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PostPosted: Sun Aug 13, 2017 11:39 pm    Post subject:  The Disney Animated Classics Reply with quote Back to top

Back in the 90s my family tried to collect the entire set of Disney's "Animated Classics"

Post Dinosaur I started to be really bad about watching the new ones but I'd like to remedy that ideally.

Disney is going to be yanking everything from Netflix so Im going to try and get what they have available there before it's gone.


Here's the official list of what counts as an animated Classic.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Walt_Disney_Animation_Studios_films

What have you missed and wanted to see? Which ones do you like? Which ones do you HATE?
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I hate all of them because I have children
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2017 12:21 am    Post subject:   Reply with quote Back to top



In that case, I bet you especially hate Frozen.
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I missed most of the ones between the mid 90's and mid 2000's. IMO, Disney are at their very best right now (and for the last 5 or so years).
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2017 2:10 pm    Post subject:   Reply with quote Back to top

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In that case, I bet you especially hate Frozen.


Yes.

Besides moana is 10 times better. At least the songs are good.
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Am I allowed to say that I like Frozen?
I also like Moana, but I think frozen is the better film of the two.
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Am I allowed to say that I like Frozen?
I also like Moana, but I think frozen is the better film of the two.
i don't care about the movies
Care about the songs I hear a bajillion times. Moana wins!
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Just saw Chicken Little for the first time.

It was even worse than I was led to believe. It was a fucking mess.

It was trying way too hard. You're not supposed to land a sight gag every single frame.

I'd probably be more forgiving if this thing was like 10 minutes long like an old Looney Tunes short.
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Am I allowed to say that I like Frozen?
I also like Moana, but I think frozen is the better film of the two.
i don't care about the movies
Care about the songs I hear a bajillion times. Moana wins!


I think they're pretty much on par. There are more that I actually like in Frozen though (though the troll song from that is the worst in either, by far).
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 15, 2017 6:41 am    Post subject:   Reply with quote Back to top

Damien wrote:
I missed most of the ones between the mid 90's and mid 2000's. IMO, Disney are at their very best right now (and for the last 5 or so years).


You probably missed The Emperor New Grove, which is a great movie.

And I have watched them all Disney Classics, with the exception of Home on the Range and maybe a couple of specific early shorts. Just a big animation fan and love Disney, for its good and bad.


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The RDM never saw The Black Cauldron. Of all the ones he hasn't seen that's probably the only one he's interested in.

He hasn't seen anything newer than Big Hero 6.

He also hasn't seen the Spanish ones.

Funny that Song of The South doesn't count any more.
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I missed most of the ones between the mid 90's and mid 2000's. IMO, Disney are at their very best right now (and for the last 5 or so years).


You probably missed The Emperor New Grove, which is a great movie.


Nah I went back and watched that as I have a few friends who were obsessed with it/quoting it at the time.
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Im not sure Song of the South ever counted as one of the "Animated Classics" because it was live action hybrid the same way Mary Poppins never counted
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Yeah I don't think that was ever one. Like Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Pete's Dragon etc.
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It was. The RDM said so.
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I like that king of the lions movie. Simbad?
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I hate all of them because I have children

Just make them watch Lego branded stuff instead, duh.
Or the Cité d'Or reboot.
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...Home on the Range is on hulu now. Do I dare watch it?

I'm scared.
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I hate all of them because I have children

Just make them watch Lego branded stuff instead, duh.
Or the Cité d'Or reboot.



They watch that too Frust
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...Home on the Range is on hulu now. Do I dare watch it?

I'm scared.


I tried to watch it when it was on Netflix a few years ago. Got about 30 minutes in and gave up.
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Well Home on the Range was bad but not even in the same league as some other godawful shit Ive seen.

Maybe its awfulness was just overhyped because I managed to get through it just fine. I was never in danger of feeling I had to turn it off to take a break from its horrid shittyness.

I dont know how I wouldve reacted if the entire movie's stupid plot hadnt basically been spoiled by people hating on it. I imagine if I had to sit in a theater watching this when it came out it wouldve been a lot more tough to stomach a movie about fucking cows.


I was comparing this movie to Chicken Little in my head the entire way through. I kept thinking what a fucking waste of beautiful Disney animation this was. Stupid fucking cow movie actually looks really good as far as animation goes whereas Chicken Little...



Yikes. Who greenlit those character designs?


Anyway I could see myself stomaching Home on the Range again to show another person it. Whereas I never want to view the horrid fucking Chicken Little ever again.







Now let's watch "Meet the Robinsons" a movie nobody ever fucking talks about one way or the other.
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That's probably not a good sign. I bet it just means that its awfulness isn't memorable because it's just boring and that's it.
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Actually it wasnt bad. Some dodgy time travel logic though which never helps.

About 20-40 minutes in I thought I was gonna hate it though when it was just drowning in silly.


Still have Winnie the Pooh and Big Hero 6 on the to do list.
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There's one specific Winnie the Pooh? Aren't there multiple?
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Yeah. There's a bunch of shorts that have been around forever but a couple years back they put out a Winnie the Pooh animated Classic which was super under the radar.
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All I know is I had a tape of Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day when I was growing up, so that's the Winnie the Pooh I know. Probably not the same one as the animated classic though.
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I have no fucking idea what's in that movie.

I have definitely seen several of the famous shorts.

The one where Pooh gets lost following his own footprints in the snow.

The one where Pooh is a fatass who gets stuck in a hole and everybody starts yanking on him. (adapted in Kingdom Hearts early this morning)

The one where they play Pooh sticks

The one where the wind is so strong Piglet goes airborne.



I have no idea of the names of any of these shorts or even if these things are parts of the same short or not.
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That last one sounds like blustery day.
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-I never finished Home on the Range
-I have Chicken Little on DVD but haven't been tempted to watch it
-I went to the cinema to see Meet The Robinsons, and thought it was alright. About the same league as a good Dreamworks film.
-Big Hero 6 is good.
-I went to see the Winnie the Pooh film the Friday before Easter when it came out (2011?) and it was just me and my two friends in the large screen.
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The last one is one I hadn’t already seen before.
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