20 Top Disney Movies of All Time

Disney has mastered the art of tugging at our heartstrings. Their numerous feature films have made us smile, cry, and even sing. The renowned film studio has been producing films since 1933, compiling a list of the finest Disney movies of all time, all the more difficult. Take a look at the twenty films that we think to be the best Disney movies of all time. If you’re seeking more incredible Disney films, look at our list of the best Disney live-action remakes.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

Who could ever forget Snow White and her seven dwarfs? This timeless fairytale reminds us that our inner beauty matters the most.

Mary Poppins (1964)

With a spoonful of sugar, Mary Poppins transformed into the nanny we all wished we had when we were kids. The virtually ideal nanny, played by the famous Julie Andrews, reminds us that there is an interactive element in every work that must be done.

Peter Pan (1953)

Who didn’t wish to go to Neverland as a kid? Need I say more about a realm beyond the sky where lost youths wander free, pirates cruise the sea, and fairies and mermaids are real? The ideal film for anyone wishing to escape to another planet.

Mulan (1998)

A universally appealing story contains eternal concepts of dignity, family, respect for elders, and obligation. The 2020 live-action remake of Mulan portrays the epic story of a heroic female warrior immortalized in a centuries-old Chinese ballad.

101 Dalmatians (1996)

Cruella de Vil may be Disney’s most stylish villain. While her ways are a little brutal, you must admit she has style. We’re all more acquainted with the live-action version, which stars Glen Close and a bevy of real Dalmatians puppies. If you’ve ever wondered why Cruella is so nasty, go no further than the prequel Cruella, published earlier this month.

Hercules (1997)

Hercules teaches us that a hero is measured not by his power, but by the strength of his heart, via the various tasks he must do to show himself worthy.

Cinderella (1950)

There’s a reason it’s a classic, despite being released in 1950. Today, the Cinderella narrative lives on in remakes and new mediums. Nothing beats the assistance of some mice and a fairy godmother in meeting your prince charming.

The Little Mermaid (1989)

Who hasn’t wished to be a mermaid when they were youthful? Ariel made living under the water look like a fantasy with friends like Sebastian and Flounder.

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

It’s an age-old story. The story of Beauty and the Beast tells us that genuine beauty is found within. This is a Disney sing-along for the books, with songs like “Be Our Guest” and “Beauty and the Beast” by the renowned Celine Dion.

Lion King (1994)

Congratulations. The term synonyms with the Lion King suggests that you will have no problems for the rest of your life. This classic spawned two sequels and inspired the 2019 remake with Beyoncé as Nala.

Toy Story (1995)

Who would have guessed that your toys take on a life of their own when you leave the room? This film, which features the classic team of Woody and Buzz, will remind you of the joys of being a child.

The Mighty Ducks (1992)

The Mighty Ducks are your squad if you enjoy rooting for the underdog. When a conceited Minnesota lawyer is condemned to community service, he ends himself coaching a ragtag young hockey team.

The Parent Trap (1998)

What else could you want in a movie with two Lindsey Lohans, an iconic fashion montage, and a love story? Not to mention the fashion icon that is Chessy.

Tarzan (1999)

A selected family is as significant as biological relatives. Tarzan, raised by gorillas, must decide where he belongs when encountering another human for the first time.

The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)

What would you do if your teacher converted you into a llama? Emperor Kuzco is transformed into a llama by his ex-administrator Yzma and must now reclaim the throne with the assistance of Pacha, the compassionate llama herder. If you want to laugh, this is the film for you. One of Disney’s underappreciated comedies.

Remember the Titans (2000)

In the story of a recently appointed African-American coach and his high school team during their first season as a racially mixed unit, Disney addresses race. Based on a true story, this film has heart and soul and demonstrates the potential of collaboration.

Monsters Inc. (2001)

Mike and Sully are great buddies who keep an important secret from one other. In a world where monsters rule, the two protect a young girl who has gone where no human has before. 

Spirited Away (2001)

Unlike the normal animated Disney picture, Spirited Away is an anime film that delves into the supernatural world. While it may appear an unusual pick, it functioned as an iconic film for many of our childhoods.

The Princess Diaries (2001)

Being sixteen is difficult enough, but doing so while simultaneously realizing you are a princess appears to be an impossible feat. In this feel-good film, Julie Andrews trains a young Anne Hathaway to monarchy.

Lilo and Stitch (2002)

“Ohana means family, and family means no one gets left behind” is a well-known saying. This heartwarming story about a lonely Hawaiian girl and an alien from outer space will have you singing along to “Hawaiian Rollercoaster Ride.”

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