What is the best Disney movie of all time?

By Jessica Hagerty
November 10, 2006

Of course, everyone can remember watching Disney movies and singing along to just about every song throughout it. Even you boys know you’ve done it more than a few times. Growing up, Disney movies were an addiction for almost every child.

Who hasn’t seen “Cinderella,” “Beauty and the Beast” or “The Little Mermaid”?

These classic movies are a part of our generation and most of them are being re-mastered for generations to come. Even as adults, Disney movies allow us to forget about real life and use our imaginations for once.

I mean, who ever thought an elephant could fly? Only in “Dumbo.”

The happily-ever-after endings give us hope that maybe everything in real life will work out someday. So ladies, waiting for your Prince Charming may take some time. Just be patient.

Our sensitivity is triggered during the sad parts of the movies, such as Mufasa’s death in “The Lion King.” This proves to us that life isn’t always perfect.

Now, I know in this case two fictional characters are involved, but our hearts are still broken and we continue to hold back our tears.

Magic carpets, fairy godmothers, flying children, talking toys and dancing broomsticks: Who couldn’t love Disney?

As far as I am concerned, Disney movies are still the majority in my movie collection. From as early as “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” to as recent as “Finding Nemo,” I own them all and continue to watch them regularly because my childhood addiction has not yet fizzled away.

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