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Hello all!  Well, when I saw Matt, Heather, Taylor, and Toonfreak do this meme, I knew I’d have to do it as well, cuz….well….it’s fun!  So nyeh!

As far as this meme goes, if I haven’t seen it all the way through, I probably have it on my checklist of movies to see.  If I have seen it and didn’t like/love it (or just have something positive to say on a whim), I’ll type it out.  And if I haven’t seen any of it, I either plan on seeing it or haven’t heard of it (if not, I’ll type it out).

Oh, and now the massive number of stamps I've amassed (I know I should be ashamed....and I kinda am) are only on my ShoutBoard, because my journal can apparently only hold so much.  

x - Seen
o - Partially seen

CLASSIC DISNEY – Lord, it’s been a while since I’ve seen some of these.  I should get on that sometime!  Anywho….
[x] 101 Dalmatians (1961)
[x] Alice in Wonderland (1951)
[x] Bambi (1942)
[x] Cinderella (1950)
[x] Dumbo (1941) – Like Matt, I think that calling the crow characters ‘racist’ is being way too sensitive; especially considering how clever and helpful they are in the movie.  Sure, the leader is named ‘Jim Crow’, and was voiced by a white guy, but come on….
[x] Fantasia (1940) – This one especially needs revisiting!
[x] Lady and the Tramp (1955)
[x] Mary Poppins (1964)
[x] Peter Pan (1953)
[x] Pinocchio (1940)
[x] Sleeping Beauty (1959)
[x] Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
[ ] Song of the South (1946) – I haven’t seen it, but I stand with Matt on this issue too.  Racism?  Pah!

DISNEY'S DARK AGE – This list is chock full of underrated classics, in my honest opinion, and I recommend all of ‘em!.....Though, since I’ve yet to see Pete’s Dragon, you may want to step lightly with that recommendation.
[x] The Aristocats (1970)
[x ] The Black Cauldron (1985) – I love Don Bluth, but despite the disparaging things he’s said about this movie, I think it’s a great addition to anyone’s movie library….though I won’t lie, it is pretty odd.
[x] The Fox and the Hound (1981) – Man, ya wanna talk about your downer endings….though, I don’t feel as bad about it since I just read the last few strips of the webcomic Anders <3 Maria.  Not entirely without hope/happiness, but it’s still a pretty sad ending….er, sorry for the out-of-nowhere reference.  It’s just really fresh on my mind.
[x] The Great Mouse Detective (1986) – Magnificent—simply magnificent.
[x] The Jungle Book (1967) – Sure, it’s far gone from Kipling’s original work, which I like as well, but considering this was more ‘inspired by’ the written work rather than fully based on it (much like quite a few of Disney’s other works), I find this entirely forgivable, since it has such characters as Bagheera, King Louie, Baloo, Shere Kahn, and the like.  I mean, Tailspin wouldn’t have come to be were it not for this movie!  
[x] The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
[x] Oliver and Company (1986) – Y’know, out of all of these ‘dark age’ movies, I’m pretty sure this one has had the least amount of coverage since its release onto VHS, which is a shame, because I really think it deserves some good attention.  It was one of my childhood favorites!
[ ] Pete's Dragon (1977)
[x] The Rescuers (1977) – Despite the fact that, like the Nostalgia Critic, I prefer the sequel, this is still a worthwhile watch.
[x] Robin Hood (1973)
[x] The Sword In The Stone (1963) – My friend Travis’ (yeah, one of my best friends is also named Travis.  Weird, ain’t it?) favorite animated Disney movie, and while it may not hold that status with me, it’s still one I love.

[x] Aladdin (1992) – Besides the Lion King, this is the only Disney animated movie that I enjoy both of the sequels and spin-off show of unanimously, as well as the original film itself.
[x] Beauty and the Beast (1991)
[x] A Goofy Movie (1995) – To quote Matt, “Goofy and Max.  For an hour and a half.  What’s not to love?”
[x] Hercules (1997) – I may not necessarily like the idea of portraying Hades as antagonistic/evil, but damn it, James Woods makes it work.  Another classic.
[x] The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
[x] The Lion King (1994) – A big rip-off Kimba the White Lion?  Quite possibly.  Still a great movie with a direct-to-video sequel and midquel (as well as a spin-off series) that are good as well?  Most definitely.  I even got to see the stage production of this in London with my brother and grandparents in ’02!
[x] The Little Mermaid (1989)
[x] Mulan (1998) – I actually got to see this when it was in theaters, at Disney World.  Awesome then, awesome now.
[x] Pocahontas (1995) - *shrugs* Not very big on this one (for various reasons, only some of which pertain to Pocahontas’ and John Smith’s characterizations), but hey, the music’s nice, and I found Wiggins (Ratcliffe’s dopey servant) amusing.
[x] The Rescuers Down Under (1990)
[x] Tarzan (1999)

DISNEY'S MODERN AGE – With the exception of Dinosaur, if I haven’t seen or finished something in this group, I really want to….though only somewhat for Chicken Little, Brother Bear, and Home on the Range.
[o] Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001) – I plan on finishing this one soon, cuz I definitely loved the parts I have seen.
[ ] Bolt (2008)
[o] Brother Bear (2003)
[ ] Chicken Little (2005)
[ ] Dinosaur (2000)
[x] The Emperor's New Groove (2000)
[o] Fantasia 2000 (2000)
[ ] Home on the Range (2004)
[x] Lilo & Stitch (2002)
[x] Meet the Robinsons (2007)
[ ] The Princess and the Frog (2009)
[ ] Treasure Planet (2002)

[x] A Bug's Life (1998)
[o] Cars (2006) – Not Pixar’s best work, but the parts I’ve seen are good—and I’m surprised at how non-obnoxious Mayter is, given who he’s voiced by.
[x] Finding Nemo (2003)
[x] The Incredibles (2004)
[x] Monsters Inc. (2001)
[x] Ratatouille (2007)
[x] Toy Story (1995)
[x] Toy Story 2 (1999)
[x] Wall-E (2008)
[ ] Up (2009) – Again, another movie I’m kicking myself for not seeing yet.

[x] All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989)
[x] An American Tail (1986)
[x] An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991)
[ ] Anastasia (1997) – I’ve heard both good and bad things about this movie, but from what I’ve seen, it captures my interest.
[ ] Bartok the Magnificent (1999) – This interests me as well, given it’s the only sequel to a Don Bluth film that Don Bluth himself actually worked on.
[x] The Land Before Time (1988)
[x] The Pebble and the Penguin (1995) – Sure, it’s cheesy and silly, but I loved it as a kid, and while I have yet to revisit it in full, there are a number of songs from it I have on my iPod.
[x] Rock-a-Doodle (1991)
[x] The Secret of NIMH (1982)
[x] Thumbelina (1994) – Probably wouldn’t hold up quite as well if I see it again, but if I ever do, I can at least rely on the charm of Gilbert Godfreid.
[ ] Titan AE (2000)
[ ] A Troll in Central Park (1994)

[o] The Adventures of Mark Twain (1986) – Man, that bit with Satan still sends chills down my spine.
[x] Chicken Run (2000)
[x] Coraline (2009)
[o] Corpse Bride (2005) – Dunno why I never finished this one.  I’ll get on that soon.
[x] James and the Giant Peach (1996)
[x] The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
[ ] The Puppetoon Movie (1987)
[ ] Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)

CGI – Updated with some more of Dreamwork’s stuff, with some other extras.
[x] Antz (1998) – My advice?  See A Bug’s Life instead.
[ ] Bee Movie (2007)
[x] Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009) – Saw this with my mom in theaters.  Definitely a fun/amusing watch; way more so than the trailers would have you believe.
[x] Happy Feet (2006)
[x] Kung Fu Panda (2008)
[x] Madagascar (2005)
[o] Madagascar 2: Escape 2 Africa (2008) – I know some people hate these movies and the spin-off show, but I actually like all three, and sooner or later I will get around to finishing this one.
[x] Monster House (2006)
[ ] Over the Hedge (2006) – Probably not gonna watch this one.
[x] The Polar Express (2004)
[ ] Shark Tale (2004) – Same as Over the Hedge.
[x] Shrek (2001)
[ ] Shrek 2 (2004) – This sequel, I plan on seeing.
[ ] Shrek The Third (2007) – This sequel?  Not so much.
[ ] Star Wars: Clone Wars (2008) – Not really wanting to see this one, but I do love the TV series that came after it.
[ ] Monsters vs. Aliens (2009)

[ ] Arabian Knight (aka The Thief and the Cobbler) (1995)
[ ] Back to Gaya (aka The Snurks) (2004)
[ ] The Last Unicorn (1982) – This one intrigues me, especially considering it was animated in the same style as The Hobbit, which I love immensely.
[ ] Light Years (1988)
[x] The Triplets of Belleville (2003) – A weird, wild ride of a film.  I love it!
[ ] Persepolis (2007)
[ ] Planet 51 (2009)
[ ] Waltz With Bashir (2008)
[ ] Watership Down (1978)
[ ] When the Wind Blows (1988)
[ ] Yellow Submarine (1968)

STUDIO GHIBLI/MIYAZAKI – There’s not one film on this list that I didn’t love when I saw it, and if I haven’t seen it, you can bet I plan on seeing it….except for Pom Poko.  Giant tanuki testicles….brrr….
[x] The Cat Returns (2002) – A somewhat brief but ultimately fun fantasy romp, that is amplified a good bit if you’re a cat lover like me.
[ ] Grave of the Fireflies (1988)
[x] Howl's Moving Castle (2004)
[x] Kiki's Delivery Service (1989)
[x] Laputa: Castle in the Sky (1986)
[ ] Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro (1979) – I love the Lupin series, so I really should get around to watching this one as well.
[ ] My Neighbors The Yamadas (1999)
[ ] My Neighbor Totoro (1993)
[ ] Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984)
[ ] Only Yesterday (1991)
[ ] Pom Poko (Tanuki War) (1994)
[x] Porco Rosso (1992)
[x] Princess Mononoke (1999)
[x] Spirited Away (2002)
[x] Whisper of the Heart (1995) – A bit slow-moving when compared to the other stuff on Ghibli’s list, sure, but this film struck a special chord with me as someone who worries if my dream of being a writer will come to fruition and if my writer's block will be able to stop being such a hindrance.
[ ] Ponyo on a Cliff by the Sea (2009)

[ ] Millennium Actress (2001)
[ ] Paprika (2006)
[ ] Perfect Blue (1999) – I’m kinda apprehensive about this one, but maybe on a day when I feel like seeing a psychological/sexual thriller, I’ll rent it.
[x] Tokyo Godfathers (2003) – This one, however, has my full backing.  A comedic, touching masterpiece!
[ ] Memories (1995)

[ ] She and Her Cat (1999)
[ ] Voices of a Distant Star (2001)
[ ] The Place Promised in Our Early Days (2004)
[ ] 5 Centimeters per Second (2007)

[ ] Akira (1989)
[ ] Appleseed (2004)
[ ] Appleseed: Ex Machina (2007)
[ ] Arcadia of My Youth (U.S. Title - Vengeance of the Space Pirate) (1982)
[o] Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2003) – Love the series, but I never got around to finishing this.  Someday….
[ ] The Dagger of Kamui (U.S. Title - Revenge of the Ninja Warrior) (1985)
[ ] Dirty Pair: Project Eden (1987)
[o] End of Evangelion (1997) – Same as Cowboy Bebop, though to a somewhat smaller extent.  
[x] Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz (1998) – A nice finish to a great branch of the Gundam series.
[ ] Fist of the North Star (1986) – You are already dead.
[ ] Galaxy Express 999 (1979)
[o] Ghost in the Shell (1996)
[ ] The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (2006)
[ ] Lensman (1984)
[ ] Macross: Do You Remember Love (U.S. Title - Clash of the Bionoids) (1984)
[o] Metropolis (2001) – Definitely liked what I saw here.  Kind of a mix between old style anime with newer artistic sensibilities.
[ ] Neo-Tokyo (1986)
[ ] Ninja Scroll (1993)
[ ] Origin: Spirits Of The Past (2006)
[ ] Patlabor the Movie (1989)
[ ] The Professional: Golgo 13 (1983)
[ ] Project A-ko (1986)
[ ] Robot Carnival (1987)
[ ] Robotech: The Shadow Chronicle (2006)
[ ] Silent Möbius (1991)
[ ] Space Adventure Cobra (1982)
[ ] Steamboy (2004) – In the immortal words of Dr. Steamhead from Ninja High School, “Steam will SAVE THE WORLD!”
[ ] Sword of the Stranger (2007)
[ ] Unico and the Island of Magic (1983)
[ ] Urotsukidoji: The Movie (1987)
[x] Vampire Hunter D (1985) – The novels/manga are better, but this is still a cool, fun anime trip through the post-apocalyptic/horror genre.
[ ] Vampire Hunter D Bloodlust (2000)
[ ] Wings of Honneamise: Royal Space Force (1987)

[ ] American Pop (1981)
[ ] The Animatrix (2003)
[ ] Beavis & Butthead Do America (1996)
[ ] Cool World (1992) – I don’t plan on seeing it, either, since I saw Marzgurl and Linkara’s review of it.  And for the record, Bakshi’s original premise for the film was thrown completely out the window in favor of a bad Who Framed Roger Rabbit knock-off plot, and the level of meddling/stupidity in the creation of this movie made Bakshi just say ‘screw it’, and instead focus entirely on helping with the animation instead.
[x] Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001) – Zzzzzzzz…..
[x] Final Fantasy: Advent Children (2005) – Meh, s’okay fer what it is.  Could’ve been much, much better though.
[x] Fire & Ice (1983)
[ ] Fritz the Cat (1972)
[x] Heavy Metal (1981) – My opinion from the artist’s comments of this deviation still stands:…
[ ] Heavy Metal 2000 (2000)
[ ] Heavy Traffic (1973)
[ ] Hey Good Lookin' (1982)
[ ] Lady Death (2004)
[ ] A Scanner Darkly (2006)
[x] South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999)
[ ] Street Fight (Coonskin) (1975)
[ ] Waking Life (2001)

OTHER ANIMATED MOVIES – Like Matt, I think the categorization of this is a little screwy, but while I’m doing this, I’ll go ahead and add a few animated movies m’self.
[ ] Animal Farm (1954)
[ ] Animalympics (1980)
[x] Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon The Movie (2007) – Ordinarily I’m against the whole random=funny idea some people like to support, but some of Adult Swim’s ‘random and/or weird’ stuff still appeals to me, and this show and its movie are prime among them, alongside Squidbillies and Superjail.
[o] Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (2000) – I’m with Matt.  Mark Hamill’s Joker for the win!
[x] The Brave Little Toaster (1988)
[ ] Bravestarr: The Movie (1988)
[x] Cats Don't Dance (1997) – C’est fantastique!
[x] Care Bears: The Movie (1985)
[x] Charlotte's Web (1973)
[x] Fern Gully (1992) – Preachy?.... yeah.  Misguided?....somewhat.  Still enjoy it, though.
[o] G.I. Joe: The Movie (1987) – Pretty cool from what I saw, though a bit darker than the show.
[ ] Gobots: Battle of the Rock Lords (1986)
[ ] He-Man & She-Ra: The Secret of the Sword (1985)
[x] The Hobbit (1977) – One of Rankin-Bass’ best, and still one of my favorite movies.
[x] The Iron Giant (1999)
[ ] Justice League: The New Frontier (2008)
[x] Lord of the Rings (1978) – Can’t say that I really like it, but I don’t necessarily dislike it either.  
[x] Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (1992)
[ ] My Little Pony: The Movie (1986)
[x] Pink Floyd's The Wall (1982) – My all-time favorite rock opera!  Whoo!
[x] The Prince of Egypt (1998)
[o] Powerpuff Girls: The Movie (2002)
[o] Quest For Camelot (1999) – Kinda neutral on this one.  Moving on….
[ ] Ringing Bell (1978)
[x] The Road to El Dorado (2000) – A great, sadly underappreciated gem.
[x] Rock & Rule (1983) – See ‘Heavy Metal’ description.
[x] Space Jam (1996) – I liked it when I was a kid, but I’m pretty sure it won’t hold up nearly as well if I watched it again.
[ ] Starchaser: The Legend of Orin (1985)
[ ] Superman: Doomsday (2007)
[x] The Swan Princess (1994) – Pretty darn good, if memory serves.
[ ] Transformers: The Movie (1986)
[x] Wizards (1977)
[x] Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) - Aw, c'mon.  What can I say that hasn't already been said about it?  Just go see it if ya haven't already!
[ ] Wonder Woman (2009)
[x] Balto (1995) – See ‘The Road to El Dorado’ description.
[ ] Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002) – Eh, horses aren’t really my thing.
[ ] Revolutionary Girl Utena (1999) – Not in this lifetime, bucko.
[ ] Jonah: A Veggie Tales Movie (2002)
[ ] Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)
[x] The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (2004) – Bald!  Bald!  Bald!  Bald!
[x] The Simpsons Movie (2007)
[x] Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993)
[x] The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964) – Haven’t seen this one in a long time, but while it may sound like a crazy premise (and it is), I will have to admit that Don Knotts (God rest his soul) does have sort of a….fish-y look about him.
[ ] Flushed Away (2006)
[x] We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story (1993)
[x] Labyrinth of Flames (2000) – A raunchy, goofy, fanservice-filled OVA classic (though that’s just my opinion).
[x] Felidae (1995) – A murder mystery (and a graphic one at that) with cats, that stands to date as Germany’s most expensive animated feature.  Definitely not for the faint of heart, but I enjoyed it, and was surprised at the competency in the English dubbing.  If you get the chance to watch it, it’s up in separate parts on YouTube.
[ ] Turtles Forever (2009)
[ ] Joseph: King of Dreams (2000) – One of the movies I couldn’t care less about seeing.
[o] Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003) – I’m not sure about my feelings on this one, but if I ever get the chance, I’ll still finish it.
[x] Dexter’s Laboratory: Ego Trip (1999)
[x] Ed, Edd n Eddy’s Big Picture Show (2009) – My opinion from my previous journal still stands:…
[x] Garfield: His 9 Lives (1988)
[ ] A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1969)
[ ] Snoopy, Come Home (1972)
[x] Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977)
[x] Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!) (1980)
[x] Hey Arnold!: The Movie (2002)
[x] Party Wagon (2004) – Loved this one.  It sucks that this never got turned into a series.  And what’s more, they haven’t even released this on DVD!  Whatta’ load.


And still, the Kingdom Hearts: Ending Credits jokes are below this entry.  Sooner or later, I'll actually put them up as deviations again, only then I'll actually make the illustrations, so the DA admin. squad won't be on my case.  'Til then, enjoy!  Or perhaps don't enjoy!  And any pokes made at yaoi fangirls are purely aimed at the unreasonable blacksheep of said followings.


Sora: After the events in Kingdom Hearts, Sora went to Disney World. He was reported in saying, "Eh, I've seen it all before."

Riku: Riku was later committed into an insane asylum when he couldn't tell who was the real Riku between himself and his clone. (His condition is more commonly referred to as Peter Parker Syndrome.)

Kairi: Kairi and Sora's wedding was crashed by the Nobodies. However, they were driven out by the horrid music at the reception. (The hors d’œuvres were pretty rank, too.)

Mickey: King Mickey and Queen Minnie were eventually overthrown by the Bougerousie and the Walking Brooms. (However, the Brooms were overthrown by Axel, who used the power of fire to his advantage.)

Goofy: Goofy eventually scored........Yeah, we won't get into that........(Said woman was never seen in public, EVER AGAIN.)

Donald: Nowadays, Donald plays as Hitler in historical reenactments of World War II. (Daisy usually plays as Eva Braun.)

Faux-Ansem: The fake Ansem was later revealed to be Maximillian Pegasus wearing spray-on tan.

Pete and Maleficent: Pete and Maleficent were eventually wed. Their children are as ugly as sin.

Xemnas: Xemnas later held George Lucas for ransom in exchange for another Star Wars movie. (In case you don't get it, this is a reference to his lightsaber-esque weapons.)

Xigbar: Xigbar went on to become president of the U.S.A., and became legendary for his gun safety laws. (After all, it's so much easier for him to shoot them if they can't shoot back.)

Xaldin: Xaldin's sideburns would one day conquer the Southern Hemisphere. (But hey, it's not like there are any important countries down there. Except Australia and New Zealand.)

Vexen: Vexen, being a mad scientist with nothing to do, made a game out of stirring up conflict between global warming believers and global warming deniers by putting out false scientific ‘facts’ on both sides under two separate quack personas. (Support the environment, kids; but don’t be afraid to do some research for yourself.)

Lexaeus: Lexaeus would be recorded as the first and last person to match power with Chuck Norris. (This title might've been taken by Mr. T, Super Mario, or Mr. Rogers, but all three were away at the time, doing a triple buddy comedy.)

Zexion: Zexion was later able to obtain a Death Note. You may be next. (So watch your step, punk! And don't even think of calling him emo!)

Saix: Saix was finally able to get a heart. Shortly afterwards, he died of cardiac arrest. (After all, that berserk mode can't be good for his blood pressure.)

Axel: Axel burned Axel/Roxas fangirls. He burned them to the friggin' ground. ("They're corpses stank of evil," he was quoted in saying.)

Demyx: Demyx went on to release his debut album, 'I have a heart. Really!'. It went platinum within hours. (His many musical fans find his mullet to be quite retro.)

Luxord: Luxord is currently hiding out in Guam in order to avoid massive gambling debts. (His current debts put even Tsunade to shame!)

Marluxia: Marluxia and Larxene got married, and currently have three kids. Those who believed him to be gay are still in denial. (If anybody dares call him a nancyboy, Larxene'll kick their ass to next Sunday!)

Larxene: Larxene later came to terms with her sadomasochism, making things very interesting for her and Marluxia. (After their honeymoon, she and Marluxia were on crutches for a month!)

Roxas: Roxas would go on to confront the public with the message, "I am not emo!" And, of course, no one believed him. (Another emo joke. Can't ya just smell the creativity?)

Squall: Squall later found his way back home. However, upon said arrival, he was beaten senseless by Zell, Quistis, and Irvine, who demanded to know why they didn't get cameos in Kingdom Hearts, too. (Rinoa, of course, just went into a pouting fit and refused to speak to Squall. However, thanks to Zell's clever planning, they managed to patch things up.)

Tifa and Aeris: Tifa and Aeris would have a match to the death to decide which of them would get Cloud. Once again, Aeris died a horrific death. (It was later revealed that Aeris had been dead the whole time, and was being controlled by Merlin's necromantic powers.)

Yuffie: Yuffie went on to have many undead ninja babies with Vincent Valentine. (She has a habit of flaunting them around Cid/Vincent fangirls, and then siccing them on them.)

Cloud: Cloud and his busty barmaid wife, Tifa, went on to settle down for a peaceful life in Midgar. But not before Tifa made him amputate that weird wing. ("I just wish it hadn't been Sephiroth who did the surgery," Cloud stated, wincing at the memory.)

Cid: Cid spends most of his time nowadays defending his wife Shera from angry hoardes of Cid/Vincent fangirls. ("Buncha f%#$in' idiots just don't get it," Cid said, wiping blood from his spear.)

And there you have it.  Hope you enjoy!
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ANG-Phoenix Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2010
A quite impressive list
You are the first person I ever met who actually LIKES Madagascar

On the other hand, I'm one of the few people who like The Spirits Within and think it's superior to Advent Children
KoorimeYume Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2010
holypoop thats a lot of movies ive seen XD
Yuki1987 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2010
:lol: i agree with most of your comments on here :)
especially with the ones for the Road to El Dorado and Balto :D i loved those movies
I think i might do this meme :D
Rhoey Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2010   General Artist
Darn, I filled out this survey but haven't submitted it for some reason. I think I've seen pretty much all of the movies on the list though, but that's because I've always been such an animated movie dork; my father used to call me "The Disney expert" as a kid...yeah. :roll:

I remember The Fox and The Hound being the first movie to ever make me cry, when I was seven years old. That was back in the day when Disney was still good...okay, granted, The Princess and the Frog was that one movie they made in years that didn't make me roll my eyes and groan, but you know what I mean *cough*BeverlyHillsChihuahua*cough*.
dungeonmaster11 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2010
Well, they've put forth a lot of stuff I like in recent years, but they have, admittedly, put forth some bad stuff as well, like the film (and I use that term lightly) that you mentioned. And I'd really be interested to see your version of this meme....whenever you get the time, that is.
Rhoey Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2010   General Artist
What do you think of High School Musical, Hannah Montana and The Jonas Brothers? See, my problem with Disney comes from the fact that they're catering to the teenybopper crowd, with the same old recycled stuff and no creativity whatsoever. I wish to see them make more animated movies (and no CG for a change, unless it's made by Pixar), like the kind of movies that made them famous in the first place. So, I must say that The Princess and the Frog was a breath of fresh air, and to my astonishment, it was actually good; you should see it if you haven't already. As for Beverly Hills Chihuahua...I haven't actually seen it, but I don't want to, either; I'm not expecting it to be decent at all.

I've posted the meme, so it's up in my journal now if you want to see. : )
dungeonmaster11 Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2010
Oh, I naturally hate that kinda crap; but while that stuff may be terrible and unfortunately frequent in recent years, I try not to let it blind me to what's good. And while I prefer 2D animation to 3D, some of the non-Pixar 3D animated movies inside and outside Disney that have been put out (like the ones I checked, and others like Bolt (despite the Miley Cyrus voice part)) are actually good. Still, I'm glad to hear so many people have enjoyed The Princess and the Frog, and I feel more spurred than ever to buy it once it comes out on DVD. Maybe now there can be a balance between 3D and 2D in Disney.....hopefully.

As for your take on the meme, while I don't agree with everything (I really liked Meet the Robinsons, and my friend Matt (a sort of cartoon guru) tells me Looney Tunes: Back in Action was quite good), it was still an interesting read. But hey, it's not like everyone can agree on everything, right? :)
Rhoey Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2010   General Artist
Of course. I try not to let it blind me, either, but it saddens me that the first thing that comes to mind when I think Disney is Hannah Montana (and I'm sure I'm not alone on that one). My brother watches Disney Channel a lot, and I hardly see anything on there aside from Hannah Montana-style comedy shows with spoiled-rotten teens (who are now celebrities), horrible puns and pop-culture references that make my IQ drop.
So, it's not their CG that bothers me as much as what I just mentioned; I haven't seen Bolt or Chicken Little yet, but since I heard they're supposed to be pretty decent, I might check them out.

Also, I don't think I ever saw all of Meet the Robinsons, because I began to get annoyed before the first half of the movie. I suppose I'm just too serious and the movie came off as incredibly childish to me, but it can't be helped; it's just the way I am, I guess. As for Looney Tunes: Back in Action...granted, it was a tad better than Space Jam, but I think that if it would've come out ten years earlier, I would have looked at it differently than I do now with a 23-year-old mind. But hey, we can't all like the same things.
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