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Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Ferry1 » 26 March 2013, 12:23

So, I'm home from uni for a while, and all I have here DVD wise are Disney films, which is fine! But which one is the best. I'm talking the 100 Classics not all that High School Musical bullshit.. I think I'm going to have to go with Hercules..
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Josiemonster » 26 March 2013, 12:32

All of them! Out of the 'classics', I'd have to say Aladdin though.
Of the more modern ones, Tangled and The Princess and The Frog win hands down. No contest.
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Ferry1 » 26 March 2013, 12:43

Didn't they make The Princess and the Frog a classic? Like, the last one? I dunno, I just know that it's ridiculously sad and since watching that film I REALLY want to try Gumbo.
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby rawss. » 26 March 2013, 13:58

Josiemonster wrote:All of them! Out of the 'classics', I'd have to say Aladdin though.
Of the more modern ones, Tangled and The Princess and The Frog win hands down. No contest.
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NO, UP!!!!!! Up is my favourite! :D Also Wall-E is amazing too!

Timeless wise - Mary Poppins, Jungle Book and Toy Story, obviously
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Josiemonster » 26 March 2013, 14:34

Ferry1 wrote:Didn't they make The Princess and the Frog a classic? Like, the last one? I dunno, I just know that it's ridiculously sad and since watching that film I REALLY want to try Gumbo.

In that case, Definitely Princess and the Frog. It has everything a good Disney movie should. And it was all hand-drawn. Which I love. :P
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Elven11 » 26 March 2013, 14:59

sleeping beauty by far.
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Blaz » 26 March 2013, 15:00

Oh god. Up was so sad.

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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Josiemonster » 26 March 2013, 15:15

Robin Hood is a very nostalgic one for me - My brother and I used to watch it all the time. We could recite it between us verbatim.
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Bardock » 26 March 2013, 15:40

Josiemonster wrote:Robin Hood is a very nostalgic one for me - My brother and I used to watch it all the time. We could recite it between us verbatim.


THISSSSSSSSSSS

My Favourite Movie of all time!!!!!

Also Mulan :heart:
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Paragon » 26 March 2013, 15:50

I think Star Wars would be my favorite.
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby hnngh » 26 March 2013, 16:28

Apollo wrote:I think Star Wars would be my favorite.


Wut? Star Wars is a Disney film?
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Blaz » 26 March 2013, 17:27

Apollo wrote:I think Star Wars would be my favorite.


LULZ Forgot about that.
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Ferry1 » 26 March 2013, 17:51

Apollo wrote:I think Star Wars would be my favorite.

A moment's silence for Star Wars.
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby hnngh » 26 March 2013, 18:16

I must have missed something. :shrug:
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Josiemonster » 26 March 2013, 18:20

hnngh wrote:I must have missed something. :shrug:

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/20 ... -star-wars
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Brenden » 26 March 2013, 19:56

Here is my ranking of the top-five Walt Disney Animation Studios films:

  1. Aladdin
  2. The Lion King
  3. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  4. Mulan
  5. Beauty and the Beast
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby candycorn » 26 March 2013, 19:59

The 90's Disney series of The Little Mermaid - Beauty and the Beast - Aladdin - Lion King - Hercules - Mulan - Tarzan (may have missed something...) was excellent in terms of music and storytelling.

Also...

it wasn't Disney but was made by Disney animators: The Brave Little Toaster ( :D! ), so it's KIND OF a disney movie. And it's one of the best!
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Brenden » 26 March 2013, 20:01

candycorn wrote:it wasn't Disney but was made by Disney animators: The Brave Little Toaster ( :D! ), so it's KIND OF a disney movie. And it's one of the best!

Pixar animators. :keke:
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Souza » 26 March 2013, 20:32

Peter Pan,Aladdin, The Lion King, Mulan, Little Mermaid,Hercules,Tarzan,

These are my favourites.
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Ferry1 » 26 March 2013, 22:00

Brenden wrote:Here is my ranking of the top-five Walt Disney Animation Studios films:

  1. Aladdin
  2. The Lion King
  3. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  4. Mulan
  5. Beauty and the Beast


Am I the ONLY ONE who thinks that Mulan isn't all that?
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