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    Disney Movies Discussion Thread

    First off my friend David (prince_david) has told me he had gotten into the Disney movies lately. Most specifically the ones that are already out on DVD (Like "Mulan" and "Cars").
    David had requested tonight for MiceChat to have a Disney Movies Discussion Thread.

    So, what kind of Disney Movies that you have liked and have watched recently?

    What kind of Disney movie would like to suggest to someone like David to check out?
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    Re: Disney Movies Discussion Thread

    Though, to David. The one I have been wanting to get. But have nevered seen; is the one called "Summer Magic". You should get that one and tell me what you think about that one.

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    Re: Disney Movies Discussion Thread

    Hmmm, to me they're all (er...most I guess) so good! My favorites:

    -Hunchback
    -Pocahontas
    -Lilo and Stitch
    -Bambi
    -Lady and the Tramp

    wow...the list could go on and on!



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    Re: Disney Movies Discussion Thread

    tarzan

    hunchback
    &
    treasure planet

    also aladdin and beauty and the beast
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    Re: Disney Movies Discussion Thread

    Ok first things first... Prince David needs to watch ALL PIXAR. Ok, now that we have that out of the way, he also needs to watch Warner Bros.' magnificent IRON GIANT. It's my favorite movie.


    Alright now to get to the basics. I have my personal breakdown of disney traditional fare from the recent era.

    Top Tier - the epics
    -Beauty and the Beast
    -The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    -Atlantis The Lost Empire (don't ask me why... i just love it)
    -The Lion King

    2nd Tier - the fun trendsetters
    -Aladdin
    -The Little Mermaid
    -Emperor's New Groove
    -Lilo & Stitch

    Third Tier - cool and noteworthy
    -Tarzan
    -Pocahontas
    -Mulan
    -Hercules

    Bottom Tier (do not watch until all of the above have already been seen)
    -Home on the Range
    -Brother Bear
    -Treasure Planet


    For the older classics, the must sees are:
    -Peter Pan
    -Sleeping Beauty
    -Cinderella
    -Pinocchio


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    Re: Disney Movies Discussion Thread

    I currently have Cars, Robin Hood, Sleeping Beauty, Beauty & the Beast and Mulan on DVD now.. I am going to watch Mulan tonight! I did not see Lilo & Stitch all the way through yet, and that is on my list of ones to get. Sleeping Beauty is still such a great movie, I really love it! I stopped actively seeing Disney Movies in theaters once Hunchback came out, so I am kind of catching up with some of the more recent movies!

    Home on the Range and Brother Bear don't look that interesting to me but I might still rent them just because it is Disney :-P

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    Re: Disney Movies Discussion Thread

    The Walt Disney films I tend to watch and enjoy the most often, every year or two or five (time moves faster these days)- - and still find emotionally fulfilling for various reasons:

    More often:

    Sleeping Beauty
    The Parent Trap!
    Pollyanna
    Swiss Family Robinson
    Song of the South
    Alice in Wonderland
    Cinderella
    Peter Pan
    The Three Caballeros
    The Three Lives of Thomasina
    Darby O'Gill and the Little People
    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
    Mary Poppins
    Babes in Toyland
    The Moon-Spinners
    Melody Time

    Less often:

    Old Yeller
    Dumbo
    Pinocchio
    Lady and the Tramp
    Bambi
    The Absent-Minded Professor
    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
    Ichabod and Mr. Toad
    That Darn Cat!
    Summer Magic
    Treasure Island
    One Hundred and One Dalmatians
    The Shaggy Dog
    The Love Bug

    on occaision (and generally in fragments):

    Fantasia
    Bedknobs and Broomsticks
    Third Man on the Mountain
    Dr. Syn, Alias the Scarecrow
    Sammy, the Way-out Seal
    The Incredible Journey
    Escapade in Florence
    The Sign of Zorro
    Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier
    Son of Flubber
    Johnny Tremain
    Merlin Jones
    The Monkey's Uncle
    The Gnome-Mobile
    Blackbeard's Ghost
    The Ugly Dachshund
    The Barefoot Executive
    Aladdin
    Beauty and the Beast
    The Little Mermaid
    The Light in the Forest
    Robin Hood and His Merrie Men
    The Jungle Book
    The Aristocats
    Fun and Fancy Free
    Make Mine Music
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    Re: Disney Movies Discussion Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by prince_david View Post
    Home on the Range and Brother Bear don't look that interesting to me but I might still rent them just because it is Disney :-P
    I have been told they are not , David. Especially that Home on the Range.

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    Re: Disney Movies Discussion Thread

    i recently revisited peter pan and i forgot how wonderful this movie is, i had not seen it in atleast 5 years until i picked up the new DVD today and i am very impressed with it.

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    Re: Disney Movies Discussion Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by migitmouse88 View Post
    i recently revisited peter pan and i forgot how wonderful this movie is, i had not seen it in atleast 5 years until i picked up the new DVD today and i am very impressed with it.
    That's good to hear. Peter Pan is a favorite of mine too. I think I need to do the same.

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    Re: Disney Movies Discussion Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by migitmouse88 View Post
    i recently revisited peter pan and i forgot how wonderful this movie is, i had not seen it in atleast 5 years until i picked up the new DVD today and i am very impressed with it.
    Oh wow! I am not alone! I was out at the supermarket, and they had Peter Pan for 16 dollars! I couldn't help but buy it! ( I think i am having an addiction problem to disney now :-P ) I Have not watched the DVD yet but I am sure i will in the upcoming week!

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