kristoffbjorgman:

Top 10 Disney Movies (as voted by my followers)
 #8 - The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)

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Concept art for Paperman, by Scott Watanabe

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nataliedurmer:

Laughter is timeless, imagination has no age, and dreams are forever. — Walt Disney.

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"Ever since Disney switched to CGI animation, all the female characters have looked identical"

thegreatbigfour:

thehelsalife:

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exactly

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same.

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THANK YOU

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howaboutdisney:

YOU DESERVE AN AWARD AND DO U SEE KHAN WATCH HER AS SHE TURNS INTO A WARRIOR IM SCREAMING

howaboutdisney:

YOU DESERVE AN AWARD AND DO U SEE KHAN WATCH HER AS SHE TURNS INTO A WARRIOR IM SCREAMING

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disneysnewgroove:

Disney movies in order of historical setting

(Excludes most of the package films. Some films, eg The Lion King, are impossible to pin down exactly and some, like Aladdin and Treasure Planet, are anachronistic, so these are estimations. A few have been split into 2 if there is more than one time period in the movie, and sequels have been put together.)

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mickeyandcompany:

justlookatthosesausages:

p-eterquill:

frozen came out on november 27, 2013 and i’m still seeing gifsets about it on april 13, 2014 will it ever die

it’s august 28 and i’m not stopping there i promise

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs came out in 1937 and (thank god) there’s gifsets about it everywhere here, so I can’t see your point.

Not to mention, The Lion King exploded in popularity exactly the same way as Frozen has, only without the help of social media to spread like wildfire. People belted out “Circle of Life” and “Hakuna Matata,” the same way people today belt out “Let It Go.” TLK has plot issues, flaws, and certain novelty wears off sometimes, and it’s still loved to death. Some even claim it’s Disney’s best film ever, when really, it’s not. No more is Frozen. Both are fantastic films, and both are/were immensely popular, but honestly Disney’s greatest achievements will forever be his first three films: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, and Fantasia. Nearly all of Disney’s films are amazing, in their own way, but I wish people would stop beating up on Frozen for being “too popular.” Really? Go back to 1994 and tell me people weren’t loving on The Lion King to the point of annoyance. I think people are just too bitter and cynical today, blindly wearing their nostalgic glasses so they won’t admit that another great film has won over today’s audience. Frozen is not perfect, but for Christ’s sake, let people love it for what it is!

/rant end. 

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Concept art for Mary Poppins

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