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What is your favorite Disney animated film of all time? (And yes, Pixar counts)

Discussion in 'Disney / Pixar' started by finacoles2, Feb 28, 2020.

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    For me, it is by far "Treasure Planet". How much do I love this movie. First of all, it doesn't have any musicals, which is pretty refreshing, imo. Those do take me out of the movie. Second of all, your antagonist isn't just your typical one dimensional evil guy who is evil for the sake of being evil. He's a pretty likable and very human character. The animation is beautiful as always with Disney but the mix of 2D and 3D animation makes it more of a unique experience. I also love the concept of steampunk and pirates in space. It's pretty cool. From what we see from the universe in this film, it haves a lot of potential to make some high tier world building but of course, that isn't the focus of the movie and it is just things in the background. The film is here to show a journey to not only find Treasure Planet but also for self-discovery, self-worth and the desire to help others. The protagonist is also the best written character I've seen in any Disney film and I can relate a lot to what he goes through and how he behaves. There's also surprisingly subtleties and some great visual storytelling. The music is also great and fits with the themes and emotions of the film. It is also one of the few films that ever made me cry.
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    The movie has no dialouge for the first 39 minutes, it is until that point a purely visual masterpiece. The movie gives emotion to a the cold, metal facade of Wall-E and EVE without the use of words besides their mechanical pronunciation of each others names. It stands out amoungst Pixar/Disneys best as not relying on over the top voice actors bringing life to the characters.
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    Sounds like good movie to watch.
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    Fantasia for me. Gotta go with the classics. Not fully animated, but what was animated as fantastic..

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