Very soon, Beauty and the Beast will be released in real action. For this reason, we analyze the best classic Disney movies.
We are just a few days away from the premiere of one of the most anticipated movies by Disney lovers: the adaptation to the real action of Beauty and the Beast. Therefore, we make a ranking of the best classic Disney movies.
1- The Lion King
The film that narrates Simba’s adventures in the African savannah was released in 1994. The film tells the story of this little lion who is the heir to the throne. However, everything goes wrong when he is unfairly accused by the evil Scar of his father’s death. This leads to exile the little one. However, during this, he will make good friends and return much stronger and able to face all his responsibilities.
2- Snow White
One of the oldest Disney movies. The film that tells the story of the young Snow White was released in 1937. Snow White’s evil stepmother decides to get rid of her because she cannot bear that the beauty of the young woman is superior to his. Thus, despite the Adastra’s attempts to finish her off, Snow White manages to save herself and take refuge in a small cabin. Which turns out to be the home of the seven dwarfs. However, things will not be so easy for Snow White when the stepmother manages to find her.
3- The Little Mermaid
This film tells the adventures of Ariel, King Triton’s youngest daughter. She is a rebellious mermaid who longs to meet humans. This will lead you to bump into Prince Eric. But to get his heart he will have to make a terrible pact with the evil witch Úrsula. The film was released in 1989.
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1992 film based on “Aladdin and the wonderful lamp”. Aladdin is a young man who dreams of marrying Princess Yasmin. Despite Aladdin’s difficulties in getting to know the princess, everything will change when the young man finds a mysterious magic lamp.
5- Beauty and the Beast
The life of the young and intelligent Bella will change when a fearsome monster locks her father in her castle. Bella, to save him, will be exchanged for him, remaining prisoner. However, little by little the young woman will get to know the beast that encloses the castle and will realize that her heart is nobler than it seems. Beauty and the Beast is a 1992 film. Thus, this year it will be adapted into real action with Emma Watson in the role of Bella.
The 1998 animated film tells the story of Mulan. Instead of looking for a boyfriend, she tries by all means to enlist in the imperial army to prevent her elderly father from being called up. When the imperial emissary carries out the order to recruit the males from all families, Mulan pretends to be a man and undergoes hard training until she is worthy of the esteem and trust of the rest of her squad.
7- The jungle book
The 1967 film tells us about the life of young Mowgli. He, after the death of his parents with just two years, is left to his fate in the jungle. There he is picked up and raised by a pack of wolves. Thus, we will see how Mowgli grows and begins to develop by itself in the jungle.
The Disney movie inspired by the Day of the Dead festival in Mexico is: Coco.
This adorable movie with great graphics focuses on the story of Miguel, a Mexican boy who dreams of becoming a famous musician and whose dream is truncated by his family, who forbids him to dedicate himself to music due to a family tragedy of the past in the that their great-great-grandfather abandoned them for dedicating themselves professionally to music.
Miguel decides to break the rules and enter a Day of the Dead music contest and something surprising happens to him then …
A touching story about the value of the importance of family, on memories, and on the natural way of treating death.
What do you think of our ranking? What are your favorite Disney movies?