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    Re: Rotten Tomatoes lists and rates the top Disney animated films

    Quote Originally Posted by aashee View Post
    I didn't see that's how they came up with their rankings and it's flat out stupid. Good leg work Sediment!
    Thank you, and I agree. Not sure why they even bother to put out the list if there are so few critics' reviews. Do note that it's only reviews on RT. There are no reviews prior to RT's existence, apparently.

    To gain more credibility (both statistical and the colloquial), they should simply group them in tens or so.
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    Re: Rotten Tomatoes lists and rates the top Disney animated films

    Quote Originally Posted by BC_DisneyGeek View Post
    Does Dinosaur really belong in that list?

    Bolt is surprisingly high, but I didn't mind it.

    Glad Lilo & Stitch got a good ranking. Stitch has been over-used, so it's easy to forget what a charming movie that was.

    I'd place Brother Bear higher.

    It's hard to compare older Disney movies to newer ones, for me at least. Movies like Bambi were artistic and revolutionary for their time, but they feel soooo slow and dull compared to some of the more modern films such as Aladdin, with their faster pace, and sweeping musical numbers.

    From that perspective, this list doesn't mean a whole lot to me, or bother me, but it is a fun jumping off point to discuss how the various Disney movies should be ranked.
    Dinosaur to me was pretty forgetful. I only saw it once, but looking back, it really wasn't that good.

    Lilo and Stitch is the best of the recent Disney films. It was funny, fast paced, and fresh to use Elvis Presley songs.

    Quote Originally Posted by sir clinksalot View Post
    I agree about Robin Hood. Certainly better than Sword and the Stone IMO.

    As for Aladdin, I don't know. Lion King is one of my personal favorites. I'd actually put Aladdin #5 from that era behind Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Little Mermaid and Hunchback. But that's just me.

    But I think seperating them by era would be a good idea.
    Robin Hood was the bomb. As for 101 Dalmations, that was another one of my favorites growing up.

    Aladdin was funny and well-made, but Lion King had a better story.

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    Re: Rotten Tomatoes lists and rates the top Disney animated films

    Some of the movies like Dinosaurs, Meet the Robinsons and Bolt shouldn't even be on that list.

    Here's my top 5

    5. Sleeping Beauty
    4. Beauty and the Beast
    3. The Little Mermaid
    2. The Lion King
    1. Aladdin
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    Re: Rotten Tomatoes lists and rates the top Disney animated films

    Definitely some strange choices on there... Especially Bolt, Atlantis, Home on the Range, and Dinosaur... Oh and Saludos Amigos. Terrible terrible movie.
    The fact that Bolt is ahead of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Hercules, and Tarzan is pretty horrifying.

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