This is like asking a parent to choose a favorite child - how can it be done?! Just when I think I might have a favorite, or a top three, or even a top five, I think ... oh wait, what about this one ... or what about that one? And then, there are some movies that I like to watch when I'm happy or sad or nostalgic for my lost childhood or .... (you get the picture).
Fantasia for me... It's a stunningly beautiful expression of pure animation as an art form. I can't love on that movie enough!
Other favourites include 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Sleeping Beauty, both Davy Crockett films, the first Pirates of the Caribbean film, Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Treasure Planet, and The Three Caballeros. I mostly like the old school stuff.
NBC!!! But it's a close tie with about 3 other movies. Lol
Beauty and the Beast and of course all the Tinker Bell movies.
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Best I can do is a Top 20...
(in no particular order)
Toy Story 2
Escape to Witch Mountain
The Black Hole
The Santa Clause
Pirates of the Caribbean
Freaky Friday (2003)
A Christmas Carol (2009)
The Jungle Book (2016)
My animated top 15:
Beauty and the Beast
Alice in Wonderland
The Sword in the Stone
The Little Mermaid
The Rescuers/The Rescuers Down Under
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Tarzan (would have probably made it to the top 10 if it weren't for Terk)
A Goofy Movie
My Pixar top 3: Toy Story trilogy, Monsters Inc., The Incredibles
Live-action top 5: The Incredible Journey (1963), The Three Lives of Thomasina, Old Yeller, Mary Poppins, White Fang
Some shorts I used to love: Elmer Elephant, The Brave Little Tailor, Ferdinand the Bull, The Skeleton Dance, Figaro and Cleo, Pluto's Judgement Day.
Also, once upon a time there was a TV special called "Disney's Halloween Treat" that I had recorded on VHS and watched over and and over... It featured a talking pumpkin, dancing skeletons, and classic villain scenes. Anyone else remember it?
Lilo and Stitch ...wait, Emperor's New Groove. Or maybe Hunchback... It's too hard to choose one!
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I think Frozen is the best movie Disney have made, absolutely love it. Really do love Moana too. I think bringing in a current crop of musical writers and songwriters was a stroke of genius and will only serve to produce better and better movies.
I think it should be against the law to just have one fav!!!! LOL The first movie I ever saw in a theater was Cinderella, then I had the disney book with Alice in Wonderland in it and I loved the colors so she quickly became my favorite, that was the early 70's and I was hooked (we moved to Florida shortly after and WDW became my second home! I LOVE the little mermaid because it was my daughters favorite. I love finding Nemo, and my newest favorite is Inside/out!!! WOW that is a tough decision to pick a favorite so I picked favorites based on different times in my life!!! Love the topic!!!
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Oh boy, there's way too many favorites to choose from. If I have to narrow my choices down I'd pick The Lion King as my all-time favorite Disney movie, followed by The Fox and the Hound and 101 Dalmatians. Like I said though, it's so hard to pick a favorite. I really love them all.
If you like the sound of their song on the Moana soundtrack, you may like these as well...
Te Namo (The Lagoon)
Ke Ke Kitea
Kau Tufuga Fai Vaka
Definitely Pete's Dragon(The Original) is on the top of my list.
I also love these Disney movies as well: Cinderella, Mary Poppins, The Little Mermaid, Tangled, and Moana.
There are so many great Disney films out there it is impossible to just jot down one. I will start with....
The Nightmare Before Christmas-fantastic characters, story, and songs.
Brave- definitely the strongest willed female character that Disney has ever created, great story.
Cars- well I really like Cars and Mater is hilarious.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame- in my opinion one of the most underrated Disney films out there. The songs are one of the best.
Peter Pan- Loved this one as kid and still do.