Top 50/100 Disney Movies List

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1st) Toy Story (20) (2) (10) (16) (18) (14) (19) (17) (12) (8) (19) (16) (16) (20) (19) (20) (15) (16) = 277

2nd) The Lion King (18) (20) (17) (20) (20) (17) (16) (19) (17) (18) (20) (18) (17) (8) (14) (12) = 271
3rd) Monsters Inc (9) (10) (16) (6) (14) (6) (15) (9) (17) (14) (7) (18) (10) (16) (11) (1) = 180
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4th) Toy Story 3 (19) (9) (15) (15) (16) (15) (13) (9) (19) (12) (18) (9) (2) = 171
5th) Aladdin (17) (5) (17) (15) (8) (12) (12) (8) (9) (18) (15) (16) = 152
6th) Beauty and the Beast (19) (9) (5) (1) (7) (7) (13) (20) (16) (17) (14) (12) = 140
7th) Finding Nemo (1) (19) (16) (9) (11) (15) (6) (8) (14) (10) (3) (13) (13) = 138
8th) Toy Story 2 (16) (2) (8) (13) (3) (2) (11) (17) (7) (16) (17) (19) (3) = 134
9th) The Jungle Book (8) (4) (10) (18) (20) (5) (4) (9) (15) (20) = 113
10th) Up (12) (4) (18) (15) (10) (11) (10) (3) (18) (10) = 109

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11th) Cool Runnings (20) (18) (13) (19) (12) (2) (18) = 102
12th) Frozen (13) (3) (10) (6) (13) (1) (13) (3) (14) (17) = 93
13th) Pirates of the Carribean: Curse of the Black Pearl (10) (7) (9) (15) (2) (15) (12) (20) = 90
14th) The Incredibles (14) (11) (17) (13) (20) (4) (11) = 90
15th) The Little Mermaid (7) (14) (12) (20) (16) (10) = 79
16th) A Bugs Life (4) (5) (4) (17) (11) (5) (11) (18) = 75
17th) Pinocchio (5) (12) (11) (2) (1) (14) (16) (8) = 69
18th) Robin Hood (15) (18) (6) (7) (14) (5) (4) = 69
19th) The sword in the stone (6) (13) (19) (5) (1) (19) = 65
20th) Dumbo (11) (11) (10) (11) (16) = 59

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21st) The Lady and the Tramp (6) (8) (19) (12) (6) (2) = 53
22nd) WALL-E (5) (3) (4) (20) (20) = 52
23rd) Cars (13) (13) (7) (15) = 48
24th) Peter Pan (3) (18) (4) (4) (6) (6) (6) = 47
25th) Hercules (16) (19) (10) = 45
26th) Mulan (7) (5) (5) (16) (10)= 43
27th) Mary Poppins (4) (17) (18) (2) = 41
28th) Big Hero 6 (2) (11) (19) (8) = 40
29th) The Aristocats (14) (7) (19) = 40
30th) The Hunchback of Notre Dame (17) (13) (9) = 39
31st) The Mighty Ducks (20) (18) = 38
32nd) Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (9) (1) (3) (12) (6) (5) = 36
33rd) Tangled (17) (15) (4) = 36
34th) The Muppet Christmas Carol (3) (12) (9) (11) = 35
35th) Sleeping Beauty (10) (15) (8) = 33
36th) Wreck it Ralph (6) (12) (13) (1) = 32
37th) Flubber (12) (19) = 31
38th) Alice in Wonderland (2) (8) (13) (7) = 30
40th) The Rescuers (14) (14) = 28
40th) Bedknobs and Broomsticks (20) (8) = 28
41st) National Treasure (13) (14) = 27
42nd) Honey I shrunk the kids (7) (14) (5) = 26
43rd) 101 Dalmations (8) (8) (8) (1) = 25
44th) Pete's Dragon (16) (6) (3) = 25
45th) Cinderella (15) (3) (5) = 23
47th) Pocahontas (6) (15) = 21
47th) Inside Out (2) (19) = 21
48th) Homeward Bound (20)
49th) Aladdin: The Return of Jafar (19)
50th) Holes (8) (10) = 18

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Atlantis: The Lost Empire (18)
Hocus Pocus (18)
The Santa Clause (3) (14) = 17
The Lion, the witch and the wardrobe (17)
The Fox and the Hound (6) (3) (7) = 16
Basil the great mouse detective (5) (10) = 15
Monsters University (11) (4) = 15
Brave (15)
Pirates of the Carribean: At world's end (9) (5) = 14
Spirited Away (12) (2) = 14
The Nightmare before Christmas (14)
Eight below (14)
The Game Plan (13)
Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Man's Chest (13)
National Treasure: Book of Secrets (12)
D3: The Mighty Ducks (12)
Return to Oz (11)
Lilo and Stitch (11)
Treasure Planet (11)
Song of the South (1) (9) = 10
Bambi (9) (1) = 10
Oliver and Company (10)
The Rookie (9)
Narnia: Prince Caspian (9)
Bolt (9)
Freaky Friday (8)
D2: The Mighty Ducks (7)
Into the Woods (7)
Prince of Persia: Sands of time (7)
Fantasia (7)
The Haunted Mansion (7)
Ratatouille (2) (4) = 6
Recess: School's Out (6)
Herbie goes to Monte Carlo (5)
Tarzan (4)
Saving Mr Banks (3)
Cars 2 (2)
The Rescuers Down Under (1)
The Emperor's New Groove (1)
20,000 Leagues under the sea (1)


Disney top 20

1) The Lion King
2) Aladdin
3) Beauty and the Beast
4) The Jungle Book
5) Frozen
6) The Little Mermaid
7) Robin Hood
8) Pinocchio
9) The Sword in the Stone
10) Dumbo
11) Lady and the Tramp
12) Peter Pan
13) Hercules
14) Mulan
15) Big Hero 6
16) The Aristocats
17) The Hunchback of Notre Dame
18) Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
19) Tangled
20) Sleeping Beauty

Pixar top 10

1) Toy Story
2) Monsters Inc
3) Toy Story 3
4) Finding Nemo
5) Toy Story 2
6) Up
7) The Incredibles
8) A Bug's Life
9) WALL-E
10) Cars

Live action top 10


1) Cool Runnings
2) Pirates of the Carribean: Curse of the Black Pearl
3) Mary Poppins
4) The Mighty Ducks
5) Muppet Christmas Carol
6) Bedknobs and Broomsticks
7) National Treasure
8) Honey I shrunk the Kids
9) Pete's Dragon
10) Homeward Bound
 
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Widen the scope to include non-animated films, they've done some pretty good films like Pirates of the Caribbean, The Muppets and the Mighty Ducks. Lets have it as a pure and simply Disney list. 50 might also be a good number, 100 seems too much.
 

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I'd say keep live action in as well, personally. But the question for me is where we draw the line with companies they own... I'd say that the likes of Star Wars and Marvel movies should be out, but what about Pixar?

Regardless, whatever happens, this is a great idea for a top 50/100 list.
 

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The problem removing animation is you do remove afew films which may get into lists.

Blackbeards Ghost
Black Hole
One of our Dinosaurs is Missing
Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Tron
Honey I shrunk the kids

none of them are really classed Animated but are 100% Disney. probably afew others also.
 

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Oki doki. Let's include the live action films such as Cool Runnings, Muppets and Pirates of the Caribbean etc. but no Marvel or Star Wars. Everyone okay with that?
 

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At the risk of spoiling this list before it's even started, there are a number of issues I would like to clear up. Disney films released by their 2 studios directly are obviously fine. But then there are a mass of sub companies who have released some decent films over the decades, but did so under Disney's direction, funding and control. Do they count? There have been companies that signed fixed term film and year contracts with Disney to release films.

Does Touchstone count as Disney? Because it was created specifically by Disney and has ran under their banner ever since they were founded in the 80s. And to be fair, they have some quality films like 'Good Morning, Vietnam', 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit', 'Dead Poets Society', 'The Prestige' and 'Lincoln'. Are they ok?

What about some of the now defunct or sold companies that released some good films under the Disney banner, probably using some of their creative talents and definitely using Disney funds. Spyglass(the Sixth Sense), Dimension(The Crow), Miramax, Hollywood Pictures etc. Do they count?

As for Pixar, no way should it count! How much influence does Disney have over those films? It certainly had none prior to the takeover in 2006. So how can you include Pixar and have people thinking Toy Story 1 and 2 deserve in a Disney films list?

To me, if Pixar counts then why can't Lucasfilms or Marvel? Whilst I know it would impact on the list quite a bit, to save confusion I think it should be strictly Walt Disney Pictures and Walt Disney Animation Studios films only. So no sub companies, no companies bought in take overs etc. Leaves no room for misinterpretations and very suspect choices.
 

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As for Pixar, no way should it count! How much influence does Disney have over those films?
John Lasseter oversees both so I would say Disney doesn't so much have an influence over Pixar but is near enough one of the same.

Surely no problem with including sub companies providing the movie nominations were produced post-Disney takeover? And yeah live action is pretty much a no brainer. Mary fucking Poppins, man.
 

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I think people take Internet forum list making a tad too seriously.
How dare you! Internet forum list making is a serious business I'll have you know! I won't have its importance undermined by your lack of understanding and general mockery! Good day to you sir! :lac:
 

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Right, I've made my mind up. I'll be accepting the animated Disney stuff (Lion King, Aladdin etc), Live action (Mary Poppins, Cool Runnings etc.) and Pixar movies.

Start sending your lists in, I want twenty films per list (shut up Steven). Deadline is the finish of Rammy's TV show list, so Christmas this year.
 
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Good decision Cas. Opportunity to include some of these belters



 

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I loved Hocus Pocus - it's still the only role Sarah Jessica Parker ever played where she looked pretty sexy :blush:

Anyway, enough of that filth, this is a Disney list!

I've submitted my list.
 

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Fucking yes. But Timey Wimey brings up a good point... may be worth waiting until Inside Out has been watched, it's out on like Friday. Though I still need to see Ant Man first though... so who knows when I'll get around to that. But if Rammys list ending is the deadline, I guess I have plenty of time.
 

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Has time for lists but not the wrestling comp

Bad form cas. Bad form

(Joking. Happy to be reigning champ and don't have as much time anyway to defend)
 

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