Call me crazy, but I l’amour the Disney Sequels, don't know why though. This is just a liste of the 5 Disney Sequels that I grew up with because otherwise this liste would be very hard to do. Also the last pic couldn't load
5. The Jungle Book 2
I remember watching this many times when I was younger, it's a great continuation of the original movie and the new characters are great. I also l’amour that we get to know Shanti, the girl that didn't have a name nor a big role in the original movie and I think she has a great personality. Also the climax of the movie is very exciting. The characters from...
I did a liste of my favori Animated Disney Movie Intros 3 months il y a so I decided to make a liste of my favori Animated Disney Movie Endings, hope you'll like it :)
10. Brother Bear
This is a very cœur, coeur warming ending, I l’amour that Kenai chose to become a ours again and how Denai tells the viewers what was happening after he and Kenai reunited. Also the musique gives me Chair de poule especially at the part where Kenai transforms back into a bear, that's also my favori part of the ending because it's such a touching part.
Another heartwarming ending, I l’amour how Dumbo and his mother...
And another review of a live action movie. It should be pretty obvious, why I picked this one, but just in case toi don’t know this: 20,000 Leagues under the Sea was a huge success for the Disney studios, a critical acclaimed movie which still influences our perceptions of the book it was based on. And I freaking loved this movie as a child. But then my copy of the movie got Lost and I didn’t see it for a long, long time. When I rewatched it as an adult, I did it with a lot of trepidation. Would it still hold up after all this years?
No, this is not cheating. I know that I a dit that I wouldn’t review Lion King based on the fact that if it’s based on anything at all, it’s based on a play and not a book. And I also know that Peter Pan started out as a play. But: This play was so successful that Barrie also published a novel based on it. Plus, while the play made the figure Peter Pan well known, he actually turned up first in the novel The Little White Bird. See? Not cheating at all. But it would be naturally strange to ignore the play – I’m a little bit at disadvantage here, though, because I’ve never seen it,...