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# Title Image Release Date Budget Box Office Status on Rotten Tomatoes/IMDB
10 Mulan
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June 19, 1998 $90,000,000 $304,320,254 86% (7.5/10)
9 Frozen
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November 27, 2013 $150,000,000 $1,276,480,335 89% (7.5/10)
8 Toy Story 3
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June 18, 2010 $200,000,000 $1,066,969,703 99% (8.3/10)
7 Fantasia
Fantasia-poster-1940
November 13, 1940 $2,280,000 $76,400,000 96% (7.8/10)
6 Lion King
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June 24, 1994 $45,000,000 $968,483,777 92% (8.5/10)
5 Hunchback of Notre Dame
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June 21, 1996 $100,000,000 $325,338,851 73% (6.9/10)
4 Beauty and the Beast
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November 22, 1991 $25,000,000 $424,967,620 93% (8/10)
3 Zootopia
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March 4, 2016 $150,000,000 $1,023,784,195 98% (8.1/10)
2 Mary Poppins
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August 27, 1964 $6,000,000 $115,272,727 100% (7.8/10)
1 Inside Out
Inside Out (2015 film) poster
June 19, 2015 $175,000,000 $857,611,174 98% (8.2/10)

Honorable MentionsEdit

Title Image Release Date Budget Box Office Status on Rotten Tomatoes/IMDB Why It's Not on the List
Up
Up (2009 film)
May 29, 2009 $175,000,000 $735,099,082 98% (8.3/10) "For some reason, Up just never quite grabbed me the same way movies like Beauty and the Beast or Zootopia did. I don't know if it was because our older character was a little too crotchety or our side characters were a little too bouncy, but it just never quite immersed me, but I can still tell as one of Pixar's most emotionally packed, beautiful movies and certainly worth a mention."
Big Hero 6
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November 7, 2014 $165,000,000 $657,827,828 89% (7.8/10) "I watched this very recently and I'd hate to say it, but I was very underwhelmed. I found myself rolling my eyes whenever the cool, genius college kids came on-screen because they just felt like overdone caricatures to me. I almost ended up skipping ahead to the parts where Hiro and Baymax were, but with that said, I personally think there's some of the most astounding CG Pixar has ever given us. The greatest part of the villain for me was watching the nanobots form around like waves in the ocean."
WALL-E
WALL-Eposter
June 27, 2008 $180,000,000 $533,281,433 96% (8.2/10) "Geez, the first half of this movie is amazing. Again, the amount that is said with zero dialogue is unbelievable, but the second half made it a bit more meh to me. I never much liked the human society and almost would have preferred if we just stayed on earth with WALL-E. I'd put WALL-E at probably #11."
Sleeping Beauty
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January 29, 1959 $6,000,000 $51,600,000 92% (7.3/10) "I just had to give this movie a quick mention for its animation. This movie still looks beautiful, even by today's standards. I literally remember nothing from this movie except Maleficent and how unbelievably astounding it looks. I don't think Disney has ever done animation that felt so traditional fantasy. Whenever I look at the colors, I immediately envision dragons and magic."
Wreck-It Ralph
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November 2, 2012 $165,000,000 $471,222,889 86% (7.7/10) "I grew up with video games like most people, so I did enjoy how they brought them together in Wreck-It-Ralph. Ralph and Vanellope are an endearing duo and their friendship was really touching. Wreck-It-Ralph would most likely make 11 or 12 for me personally."
Aladdin
Aladdin
November 20, 1992 $28,000,000 $504,050,219 94% (8/10) "It's funny, re-watching Aladdin as an adult, I realize how much Robin Williams made this movie. Aladdin and Jasmine were okay, but neither of them left an impact on me like the genie did. Sadly, this was a role that Dan Castellaneta, as much as I like it, couldn't quite fill the boots for."
Nightmare Before Christmas
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October 29, 1993 $18,000,000 $75,082,668 94% (8/10) "I liked Nightmare Before Christmas, but it just never felt as cleverly written or as intriguing as other Disney movies before it, and about the only part I remember about this  movie is the animation and the introducing song. I just didn't feel it was as much writing in this movie to grab adults, but either way, that's just my opinion. It's still a great cult classic."

QuotesEdit

  • PhantomStrider: "I like Frozen."
    ["Crowd" throws tomatoes at him.]
    PhantomStrider: "Scooby-Doo... kinda... sucks?"
    [The "crowd" throws even more tomatoes at him.]
    PhantomStrider: "I know the market has been ridiculously oversaturated with Frozen merchandise, and for the longest time, none of us could escape this movie. But to me, it's still a great movie! Most of the time, I dislike songs in Disney movies. They normally feel tacked on and unnecessary to me; but every time Elsa or Anna start singing, I just turned to jelly!"

-His introduction to his Frozen review. 

TriviaEdit

  • He covered Mulan and Beauty and the Beast's direct-to-DVD sequels in Worst Disney Movies.
  • He covers Victor, Hugo and Laverne (the 3 gargoyles) from Hunchback of Notre Dame in Worst Disney Characters. Olaf from Frozen also makes it in the same video as a "dishonorable" mention. 

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