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30 Days of Disney - Day 22 - most underrated movie

Discussion in 'Disney Trivia and Games' started by The4mousekeeters, Oct 23, 2014.

  1. afar28

    afar28 Well-Known Member

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    Hercules and Lilo and Stitch. Absolutely love both
     
  2. DistractedGenius

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    Atlantis is my top pick, although that might just be my nostalgia factor kicking in. It's a little uneven, but had great voice performances and characters and the score is lovely, and I'm a fan of the non-traditional Disney animation (I also love Hellboy though, so that could be a contributor). Lilo and Stitch, Mulan, Hunchback, and Treasure Planet are also severely under-rated.
     
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    Matt_Black Well-Known Member

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    Atlantis is great. Especially when you realize that Joss Whedon worked on it, and the whole thing is kind of like a proto-Firefly. Nerdy guy, mysterious girl, tomboy girl mechanic, weapons-obsessed merc who's secretly got a soft side, etc.
     
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    Very good movie indeed!
     
  5. WondersOfLife

    WondersOfLife Well-Known Member

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    The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes or The Barefoot Executive,
     
  7. COrunner

    COrunner Well-Known Member

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    A goofy movie and Heavyweights
     
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    WondersOfLife Well-Known Member

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    Yes.
     
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    Actually the animation style is what I dislike most about Hercules.
     
  10. DistractedGenius

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    Never even thought about it that way, and I'm a huge Firefly fan. I always forget Joss worked on this movie.
     
  11. Matt_Black

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    Well, it's not something he touts on his resume. It's usually, "Toy Story, Buffy, Angel, Firefly, Serenity, Avengers"
     
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    And my other favorite moment....

    SMILE, EVERYONE!
     
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    For live action, most underrated is Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken. Love that movie!

    Animated: Emperor's New Groove and Hercules are probably my top two. Also Oliver & Company. Honorable mention: Atlantis (Joss can do no wrong!)

    My husband's pick is The Black Cauldron, hands down.
     
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    Fox and the Hound
     
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    Both Goofy Movies, Hercules, Great Mouse Detective, both of the Rescuer movies, Oliver in Company
     
  16. Private Duck

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    HAHA. Well- I guess I really mean the Greek setting/motif more than anything. The animation style itself is "ok" for me- but nothing spectacular.
     
  17. The Disney Kid

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    Treasure Planet may be the best Disney movie of all time, and I've never seen a hint of it in the parks.
     
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    Watcher in the woods
    Black Hole
     
  19. DznyGrlSD

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    Another vote for Princess & The Frog
     
  20. disneygeek90

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    I may be biased but, Brave. It baffles me how many Disney "fans" have never even seen it.
     
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