Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by genuinemommy, Apr 2, 2017.
I adore Wreck it Ralph.
What about you?
Lilo and Stitch.
Beautiful message, gorgeous animation, and fun besides.
@snowy, we love that one, too!
Having two daughters and because of when it came out Lilo and Stitch is really perfect.
I have to say though if you want a really dark and kind of disturbing, watch The Rescuers.
For an Disney villain, someone who stuffs orphans in caves that are filling up with water, Madame Medusa is evil.
I grew up on the Disney classics, so I love all of those. And I like the new ones, too. (One of my cousins has two girls who are obsessed with Frozen. I scored some MAJOR cool points singing "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" to them.)
Sleeping Beauty has always been my favorite. I wore out the VHS tape. I just realized I don't have that one on DVD, and I need to change that.
Non-Disney, I also adore Anastasia.
Inside Out totally got me.
I'm a sucker for An American Tail, though.
No kids, no grandkids, not close to my great great nieces & nephews......I honestly can't recall the last children's animated movie that caught my eye.
I do like nearly all of the done-by-actual-humans/pre-CGI Disney films.
Doraemon: Stand by me
really makes me cry the everytime I watch it.
It's a tough toss-up between The Fox and a Hound and The Secret of NIMH, but I think TSoN edges TFH out.
Pete's Dragon will always hold a special place in my heart because it's the first movie I remember seeing at the theater, but it's not my favorite.
Of the newer stuff, I really like The Croods, Monsters & Aliens, The Incredibles and Megamind.
Almost forgot about these......
MW uses Animusic I & II as teaching tools. They're totally cool!
I was going to back away and not post anything, because I don't think I like kids animation...
But then I saw The Secret of NIHM. It reminded me of how much I liked that film when I was younger (mostly because I had read the book long before).
I am sure there are others...
Ahh yes, I remember reading Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH many years later after watching the first movie and its sequels.
I liked it but it didn't catch me up like the movie did.
Kinda like Dune that way.
If only you would actually read the book...
Probably not a 'kids' movie though I saw it as a kid.
It has Ed Asner, who both resembles and sounds like my dad, and a talking dog. Beautiful film.
Believe it or not...
The Secret of Nimh is another
The latest version of Beauty and the Beast.
The original version of Walt Disney's Fantasia.
americal tail is an all time great,
i love pretty much all them now a days. most of them have some hidden adult humor in them
I want to see toy story 4..
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