Which Disney movie is superior to the rest?

Which Disney movie is superior to the rest?

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  1. Beauty and the Beast.

    – It has so many perfect songs, including the best villain song.
    – Despite popular belief, it is not a case of Stockholm Syndrome. Belle strongly dislikes the Beast until he turns a new leaf.
    – Gaston is probably the only Disney twist villain done right. He doesn’t even start out as a villain, just an annoying villager who won’t take no for an answer. Yet it’s his actions that lead him to full villainy over the course of the film.
    – I’ve always appreciated that when you hear the Beast singing to himself in “Something There,” you hear his human voice instead.
    – The scene where he gives Belle the library. It’s one of the first selfless things he does, and the orchestral swell during the reveal is fantastic as well. In fact, it’s making me teary-eyed right now.

    Honestly, the only thing I have against it is that Belle is written a little flat. But then I realized that the Beast is the real protagonist of the film, not Belle.

  2. *The Muppet Christmas Carol* was co-produced by Disney, and it is some high quality stuff.

    *Scrooge: “Let us deal with the eviction notices for tomorrow, Mr. Cratchit.”*

    *Kermit/Bob Cratchit: “Uh, tomorrow’s Christmas, sir.”*

    *Scrooge: “Very well. You may gift wrap them.”*

  3. I like the newer Disney movies. They have some depth and while repetitive in lessons, they do have more meat in terms of what they are trying to say. No favorites but Encanto was very rich. If Pixar counts then it would be Coco.

    The old movies do nothing for me – which is weird considering I grew up in the 90s. I’d rather watch a Ghibli movie if I wanted to get nostalgic about 2d animation.

  4. When I clicked into this I thought that the common answer would be the likes of Lion King, but my first thought was definitely The Emperor’s New Groove. Really surprise that so many people share the same sentiments.

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