The Greatest Disney Movies Of All Time
MOST POPULAR MOVIES INTRODUCED BY DISNEY
The Disney movie franchise continues to enthrall audiences for over 30 years with their greatest hits and funniest movies. The original Disney films set the tone for what modern Disney movies are all about. The movies have a timeless quality that makes them fun and entertaining for both young and old fans. Here is a look at some of the most popular Disney movies throughout the ages.
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The first movie to introduce the Disney Princesses was Sleeping Beauty (1937). Cinderella (Aurora Perrine) is a poor princess who dreams of being an eligible bride someday. Her stepsister, a fairy, causes her dreams to come true by stealing her dream wand, but when she wakes up in the real world, Cinderella realizes that she has been dreaming. She goes back to the castle where she meets the prince, who takes her under his wing. Together they begin to learn about the importance of fairies, and how just by loving someone you can change their path.
SECOND MOVIE [PART 1]
The second movie that introduced the Disney Princesses was The Princess and the Frog (1988). This film follows the adventures of a frog named Ariel. She lives in a tree house with her friends, who happen to be a group of mermaids. Ariel tries to help her friend reach a tree that gives her the power of a Wish Tree, but things go wrong and she has to find help herself. The movie includes many of the classic fairy tale themes such as friendship, love, and courage.
The third film in the series, The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), is one of the most well known of the Disney movies. Tim Burton directed this movie, and he gave it the rating of an A+ due to its unique story, excellent special effects, and animation. It tells the story of Jack Skellington, who must deal with Halloween invitations that arrive early one Halloween night. He must defeat the evil witch Scrooge and head into the Halloween Kingdom before his guests can trick him. Other notable characters from this film include the unforgettable pumpkin, Glenda the good witch, and lots of other ones.
FOURTH MOVIE [PART 2]
The fourth movie in the series, The Princess and the Frog (1994), ranks right up there as one of the most famous of the Disney movies. It’s also widely considered to be one of the best films of the year. The plot revolves around a beautiful princess (Holly Hunter), who falls in love with a common frog. Over time, the two become closer, and they begin to travel back to the country they share a home in on their own.
The fifth animated Disney film to rank among the greatest Disney movies is The Nightmare Before Christmas (also known as The Nightmare Before Christmas). This is the film that launched the Christmas franchise, and it features all of the original characters from the original movie, as well as some new ones. It was directed by Tim Burton and features a number of wonderful voiceovers, including Jim Carrey as the villain, and Jack Nicholson as the happy traveler.
The newest entry to the greatest Disney movies ever made, Planes, Trains and Automobiles is probably the funniest film in the entire franchise. Starring in the film is D.W. Cama, who plays the role of the dimwitted carpenter who builds the airplanes in the movie. Although the film doesn’t quite qualify as a true sci-fi classic, it is certainly one of the funniest films of the year.
The list of the greatest Disney animated films never seemed to get shorter. From the original Disney films right through to the latest Avatar, you can’t go wrong with any of them. So if you haven’t seen any of them, I encourage you to pick them up. After all, it’s Disney after all, and anything is better than a load of corporate blandness.