It’s Walter Disney’s birthday, and here’s a list of 6 Disney movies that we love!
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Happy heavenly Birthday to Walt Disney! American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor, and film producer, Mr.Disney, as a pioneer of the American animation industry, introduced many developments in the history of film making.
As a tribute, we bring to you a list of 6 movies that we loved and recommend to you if you haven’t already watched it (which we’re sure is highly impossible).
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A helpless little deer is born by the name of Bambi. He is born among the forest to a grateful Mother. Bambi meets some animal friends for himself, A rabbit named Thumper and a skunk named Flower. Bambi falls in love while he grows up along side his friends. The troubles of the wild life strike when a hunter kills Bambi’s mother.The troubles of the emotional for every animal in the forest. A beautiful ending concludes this masterpiece.
This Disney movie has been passed from one generation to another. “Bambi” captures your heart and it’s one of those movies you can’t wait for your own children to see, and then they pass it down to their children and so on. Just make sure you have a box of tissues next to you while you watch it.
The Incredible Journey (1963)
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Two dogs and a cat travel 250 miles through the Canadian wilderness after being separated from their humans. Along the way they encounter harsh elements and non-domesticated creatures, such as bears, that they must flee and sometimes fight. The cat gets lost (who knows, maybe the dogs conspired to ditch it) and nearly starves to death, but they all make it home by the end. With three animals as leads, though, the lingering logistical question remains: HOW DID THEY EVEN MAKE THIS?
Escape to Witch Mountain (1975)
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Every kid’s favorite fantasy is the one about possessing secret power or information, resulting in an urgent task that will allow the child to be The Only One Who’s Right and triumph over whatever adversity stands in her or his way. The kids in this wickedly exciting adventure are not only telekinetic and telepathic, they’re also aliens who have to flee some bad people to get home to their superior race of extraterrestrial beings. So it’s perfect. *grabs popcorn*
The Lion King (1994)
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Yes, yes, “Hakuna Matata” to you too, but for all the fun to be had in The Lion King, it’s the melodrama that really stands the test of time: jealousy, betrayal, and a young hero whose self-doubt threatens a kingdom. For young audiences in the early 1990s, this was a revelation in Disney animation. One of Disney’s biggest hits, The saga of Simba, which in its deeply buried origins owes something to Greek tragedy and certainly to “Hamlet,” is a learning experience as well as an entertainment.
Finding Nemo (2003)
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The horror: a child’s first step towards independence, after years of overprotective parenting, are met with disaster when Nemo – a little clownfish – gets fishnapped by an overzealous scuba diver. Now Marlin must conquer his own fears and traverse the whole flipping ocean to save his son. This film is so overwhelmingly emotional you almost forget to wonder at its many visual marvels: the inside of a whale, a breathtaking mid-air pelican chase, and a cast of wonderfully colorful characters who make one of Disney’s most intense motion pictures a joy for the whole family.
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From the company that turned a mouse – that scurrying thing that shot your grandmother on top of a chair, holding a broom for dear life – into a national hero, comes the story of a rat. In the hilarious new animated-adventure, Ratatouille, a rat named Remy dreams of becoming a great chef despite his family’s wishes and the obvious problem of being a rat in a decidedly rodent-phobic profession. Remy finds himself torn between following his dreams or returning forever to his previous existence as a rat. He learns the truth about friendship, family and having no choice but to be who he really is, a rat who wants to be a chef.
Here’s to the man who changed millions of lives with his ideas and gifted us with an amazing childhood to cherish for a lifetime – Walt Disney.