Most Timeless Disney Film?

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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Josiemonster » 26 March 2013, 23:39

Ferry1 wrote:
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?

I'm with Ferry. It's a good movie (obviously. It's Disney) But I didn't think it the best either. Only reason I watch it is for the training montage to I'll Make A Man Out Of You. :3
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby rawss. » 26 March 2013, 23:43

I'm not a massive fan of Mulan myself. I mean it's good, but it wouldn't be my first choice. In fact I only saw it for the first time last year
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Ferry1 » 26 March 2013, 23:47

Finally - This is the start of an uprising..
Note the British not being a huge fan..
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Lucas » 26 March 2013, 23:53

I wanna see a combination of Disney movies, like The Lion King vs Bambi: First Blood
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Bardock » 27 March 2013, 00:12

Mulan >>> Your Favourites :oface:
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby paul2641 » 27 March 2013, 14:30

I am such a major Disney fan, in the last few months I've started collecting all the 'classics' on DVD. I've a good 30+ got :)! I really can't pick a favourite they all are so amazing. I find Pinnochio hilarious.
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Elven11 » 28 March 2013, 12:55

3 reasons why sleeping beauty is timeless

#1..Eyvind earle is the most unique disney artist especially his backgrounds used in the movie to me are way ahead of their time and is juxtaposed brilliantly with the animation
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#2...Prince Eric......realistically hes the only prince for me...must be the red cape or lack there of in this pic
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#3......this bitch..
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can I just say that I love Maleficent....she has formed me lol.......the mistress of all evil!.......I only realised when I was older that instead of just killing aurora....she puts her in a coma while her prince is locked away for 60 years and then wakes her up and find that her prince is a a 70yo man and let them live happily ever after.....I fucking love this bitch, shes sick like me

having said that i so facking passed aff that they are making a movie with angelina jolie playing maleficent and and all the other hollywood bullshit going into it....
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Simon » 28 March 2013, 13:50

No no no, the reason Sleeping Beauty is timeless is that all the music is from the Tchaikovsky ballet. The character development is mostly pretty sad.
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby rawss. » 28 March 2013, 13:59

Malificent is a sassy ass bitch though.

Also, Prince Eric is NOTHING in comparison to Flynn Rider. Disney's biggest heartthrob.

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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Elven11 » 28 March 2013, 15:02

oh shit I totally forgot to mention they used Tchaicovsky's sleeping beauty as the score!! har har and har..........personally I find lack of character development especially good in disney movies.

flynn rider from tangled you say?...... my friend said he cried when he watched tangled so i went to watch it and when I saw him again I was like "you have got to be fucking kidding me!?? ....like at which point did he cry!?........ mind you he cries over every movie.....

holy shit I just realised I cried in wreck it ralph!!!!!!..........he wrecked her fucking car!!!!! and she said she loved it!!....omg im getting teary
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Paragon » 28 March 2013, 15:30

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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby arcanepersona » 28 March 2013, 16:16

Josiemonster wrote:
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



The Princess and the frog was okay, but I felt it could have been better.

My favorite Disney movie would have to be Dumbo.
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Elven11 » 28 March 2013, 16:28

i hated princess and the frog....:( the southern shaman bad guy was cool though
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even though hes a rip off of papa guedhe from my favourite comic book "the invisibles"
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Josiemonster » 28 March 2013, 17:29

Am I the only one who is freaking out at the fact everyone thinks prince Erik is from Sleeping Beauty?
Prince Erik is from The Little Mermaid.
Prince PHILLIP is from Sleeping Beauty. (and is a lot cooler than Erik in ALL respects)

Tsktsk. Call yourselves disney fans? :-P
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Paragon » 28 March 2013, 17:47

Elven11 wrote:even though hes a rip off of papa guedhe from my favourite comic book "the invisibles"

Papa Guédé is an actual voudoun spirit who acts as psychopomp. He is both rival and subject to Baron Samedi, who's one of my allies.
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Odd » 28 March 2013, 17:51

This thread just makes me want my Kingdom Hearts game now. -_-
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Elven11 » 28 March 2013, 18:09

Josiemonster wrote:Am I the only one who is freaking out at the fact everyone thinks prince Erik is from Sleeping Beauty?
Prince Erik is from The Luttle Mermaid.
Prunce PHILLIP is from Sleeping Beauty. (and is a lot cooler than Erik in ALL respects)

Tsktsk. Call yourselves disney fans? :-P


:english: obviously I was testing you all.....good girl josie :awesome:
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Elven11 » 28 March 2013, 18:20

Apollo wrote:
Elven11 wrote:even though hes a rip off of papa guedhe from my favourite comic book "the invisibles"

Papa Guédé is an actual voudoun spirit who acts as psychopomp. He is both rival and subject to Baron Samedi, who's one of my allies.


yeh but can baron samedi lure in UFOs with karma radiation and suck them dry of their blood fuel and blast ppls heads off with a zozo bone gun?.....didn't think so :cool:
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Re: Most Timeless Disney Film?

Unread postby Paragon » 29 March 2013, 03:46

That's not even a thing.
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