The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1996
The Princess and the Frog, 2009
#10 - Princess and the Frog
#9 - Tarzan
#8 - Hercules
#7 - Aladdin
#6 - Little Mermaid
#5 - Hunchback of Notre Dame
#4 - Peter Pan
#3 - Pocahontas
#2 - Tangled
#1 - Beauty and the Beast
Movies that JUST missed it are Lilo and Stitch, Mulan, Atlantis and 101 Dalmatians.
What are your Top 10?Reply here, reblog or message me :)
Frozen is NOT the first Disney movie to show that you don’t need a man to be your rescuer. Think of movies like Pocahontas and Mulan.
Frozen is NOT the first Disney movie to show sisterly love. Think of Lilo and Stitch.
So please stop saying that Frozen is the first to introduce these things, cause it’s not. This is unreasonably frustrating for me.
Can I get an Amen for this post!!!!
Also, I’d like to note, Tiana saves herself, Rapunzel saves Flynn, Belle saves Beast and Merida saves her mom and doesn’t even end up with a guy?! Mulan saved FREAKIN China!!
Someone the other day told me “You know why Frozen did so well? It’s because it’s the first Disney movie where a girl saved the day.” I looked at her perplexed and confused. I quickly replied with, “What about Merida? Mulan? Pocahontas? Tiana?!
I really like Frozen. But I kind of want it to thaw…..
I know it’s coming. And I don’t really want it too. But then I think I would just get upset if they didn’t do it. I’m so conflicted.
Either way, I know I will be an emotional wreck, but still love the movie.
It was bound to happen eventually anyway…..
I wanted it to happen but also I didn’t want it to happen.
You get me?
OMG I FEEL THE SAME WAY!!! I wanted it to happen and then didn’t.
But then I would have been pissed if they didn’t follow the original storyline.
But inside didn’t want it to happen.
I’m fighting with my self right now.
Oh, dear, that’s no good.
See, that is from our Frozen stock, where supply and demand have a big problem…
Are they using the same sets from Harry Potter?!?!? I SWEAR I’ve seen these before?!? I feel like I’m going crazy!
(Specifically the hallway where Ginny writes in blood on the wall, and the infirmary)
Love this case!