Discovering Disney: Peter Pan

Over the next few months, we’ll be watching all of the Disney animated features and recapping the experience. We’ll also finish with a subjective definitive ranking and discuss any big picture thoughts about Disney’s legacy in Hollywood storytelling and culture in general. Each movie is randomly chosen; some have been seen many times since childhood while others we haven’t seen a frame of before.

Peter Pan
1953
14 out of 56

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Discovering Disney: Bolt

Over the next few months, we’ll be watching all of the Disney animated features and recapping the experience. We’ll also finish with a subjective definitive ranking and discuss any big picture thoughts about Disney’s legacy in Hollywood storytelling and culture in general. Each movie is randomly chosen; some have been seen many times since childhood while others we haven’t seen a frame of before.

 

 

Bolt
2008
48 out of 56

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Discovering Disney: Chicken Little

Over the next few months, we’ll be watching all of the Disney animated features and recapping the experience. We’ll also finish with a subjective definitive ranking and discuss any big picture thoughts about Disney’s legacy in Hollywood storytelling and culture in general. Each movie is randomly chosen; some have been seen many times since childhood while others we haven’t seen a frame of before.

 

 

Chicken Little
2005
46 out of 56

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Discovering Disney: The Little Mermaid

Over the next few months, we’ll be watching all of the Disney animated features and recapping the experience. We’ll also finish with a subjective definitive ranking and discuss any big picture thoughts about Disney’s legacy in Hollywood storytelling and culture in general. Each movie is randomly chosen; some have been seen many times since childhood while others we haven’t seen a frame of before.

 

 

The Little Mermaid
1989
28 out of 56

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Discovering Disney – Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Over the next few months, we’ll be watching all of the Disney animated features and recapping the experience. We’ll also finish with a subjective definitive ranking and discuss any big picture thoughts about Disney’s legacy in Hollywood storytelling and culture in general. Each movie is randomly chosen; some have been seen many times since childhood while others we haven’t seen a frame of before.

Atlantis: The Lost Empire
2001
41 out of 56

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: In 1914, linguistics expert Milo Thatch is recruited by an eccentric millionaire, who shares the young scientist’s obsession with the story of the Atlantis colony. Milo joins a team tasked with finding the lost continent, but some of the crew have a secret agenda for the ancient technology they hope to find there.

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Discovering Disney: The Emperor’s New Groove

Over the next few months, we’ll be watching all of the Disney animated features and recapping the experience. We’ll also finish with a subjective definitive ranking and discuss any big picture thoughts about Disney’s legacy in Hollywood storytelling and culture in general. Each movie is randomly chosen; some have been seen many times since childhood while others we haven’t seen a frame of before.

The Emperor’s New Groove
2000
40 out of 56

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Any guess on which character is voiced by David Spade and which is voiced by John Goodman, based purely on physical appearance?

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Discovering Disney: Pocahontas

Over the next few months, we’ll be watching all of the Disney animated features and recapping the experience. We’ll also finish with a subjective definitive ranking and discuss any big picture thoughts about Disney’s legacy in Hollywood storytelling and culture in general. Each movie is randomly chosen; some have been seen many times since childhood while others we haven’t seen a frame of before.

Pocahontas
1995
33

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A typical meet cute for Mel Gibson always includes firearms.

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