Disney Movie Rankings (Ongoing)

The last couple of months our family has watched a lot of Disney movies, sometimes with our daughter but a lot of times without her. You can expect more posts soon with comments on themes, narratives, and theology in some of these movies. Below is my current, ongoing ranking of Disney movies.

Like any list, this one’s subjective. I give greater weight to original stories, strong plots, developed characters, clear ideas (even if I disagree with them), and I factor in the soundtrack. There are many Disney movies we still need to see, so I’ve only listed the ones I’ve recently watched. (None of the titles below refer to the recent live-action remakes.)

Id love to hear which movies to watch ASAP that aren’t on my list, as well as what do you agree or disagree with, and why?

  1. Mary Poppins
  2. Beauty and the Beast
  3. Inside Out
  4. Finding Nemo
  5. The Lion King
  6. Frozen
  7. Cars
  8. Toy Story
  9. Cinderella
  10. The Little Mermaid
  11. Ratatouille
  12. Big Hero 6
  13. Ralph Breaks the Internet
  14. Tangled
  15. Bolt
  16. Peter Pan
  17. The Fox and the Hound
  18. Wall-e
  19. Monsters Inc.
  20. Toy Story 2 & 3
  21. Mary Poppins Returns
  22. Robin Hood
  23. Pinocchio
  24. Moana
  25. 101 Dalmatians
  26. Wreck It Ralph
  27. The Incredibles
  28. The Jungle Book
  29. Sleeping Beauty
  30. Toy Story 4
  31. Zootopia
  32. Mulan
  33. Brave
  34. Pocahontas
  35. Bambi
  36. Lady and the Tramp
  37. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  38. Tarzan
  39. Dumbo
  40. Brother Bear
  41. Fantasia
  42. Alice in Wonderland
  43. The Princess and the Frog
  44. James and the Giant Peach

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