I am a grown-up now, but I have never stopped loving Disney movies. Whether it's an animated film or a live-action adventure, I can not help but sit down and thoroughly enjoy the entire thing. Now that I started to become an adult, I have found myself going back and enjoying many of my childhood favourites and even some newer films. There's never a wrong time to observe a number of the simplest Disney movies of all time, you know. So below are my top favourite list of Disney Movies of all time.
Here is that the Top List of Disney Movies:
Finding Nemo could be one of Disney's hilarious films with its scenes, unique characters and jokes, but it tells a story of a love of a father, Marlin, to his son Nemo, and how much a father is willing to do for his son. It is also a movie that gives a lesson to parents, that as a parent, one needs to trust their children. Trust their capability, and trust in their own choices. It taught us that no matter what mistakes we made, our parents will always be there and look for us. It also teaches us how to be independent, especially in conquering our fears.
I first watched Mulan once I was a child, and it instantly became one of my favourite Disney movies of all time. Looking back now, it had been one among the primary times a Disney "princess" was portrayed as a capable human that did not need saving. But once I watched it as a child, I just thought it had been genuinely entertaining. It's the story of an unlikely hero overcoming insurmountable odds that Disney does so well. This is often one rare case where I even have seen the live-action version of this film and didn't hate it. So while I might never put that iteration of this movie on this list, I might recommend watching it if you are a fan of the first animated film. It also suits our modern world to encourage women empowerment so that we can also do what a man can do.
Up is one of the foremost heartbreaking and most heartwarming Disney movies of all time. Who doesn't want true love stories, right? So right off the bat, this Pixar film punches you within the gut with a wrenching check out the inevitable end of all goodies. But, fortunately, what starts as an outline of loss and despair quickly turns into the heartwarming story of a person who feels he has lost any reason to measure, finding hope during a young child who needs him.