The Lion King
Any list of Disney movies will not be complete with including The Lion King. The classic animated feature is an immortal work of art in every aspect and worth rewatching a million times, no matter how old you are. Released in 1994, the movie is about a young lion prince who is orphaned by a cruel uncle and cast out. But, when destiny called him back, he returns to reclaim his kingdom and take revenge.
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
Here is a classic one to tickle your funny bones. The movie starts off with the town’s big businessman, A. J. Arno, donating a computer to their college. When one of the students, Dexter Riley tries to fix the computer, his brain turns to a computer. Now he can remember everything that he reads. But, that’s not all. He also seems to remember the information about Arno’s illegal businesses, which was in the computer’s memory.
Talking about classic animated movies, here is another one. The movie made by Disney and Pixar is iconic and well known all around the globe. Toy Story talks about a group of toys that belonged to a young boy named Andy. Led by Woody, the toys lived together in Andy’s room. However, things changed when a new toy arrived- Buzz Lightyear.
We all have seen this movie and know how beautiful this is. Which is why seeing it one more time will really be worth it. The movie takes us to a post-apocalyptic Earth, left behind by humans. The only remaining ‘being’ is a is WALL.E the last robot with some interesting human-like qualities. His long, lonely days are over when a sleek new type of robot arrives on Earth.
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Jack Skellington is the spindly king of Halloween Town. After getting fed up from scaring humans on Halloween with the same old tricks, he decides to do execute a new trick- kidnap Santa Claus and deliver ghoulish gifts to children on Christmas. However, his plans got foiled by his rag-doll girlfriend, Sally.
Featuring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke, this classic fantasy movie is about a magical nanny. She uses music and adventure to help two ignored children grow closer to their father.
This one is a timeless masterpiece from Walt Disney. It is an extravaganza of sight and sound. You can watch the music come to life and hear the pictures explode into song. There is no doubt that this will be an experience that is going to excite you again and again.
Grace works as a forest ranger. She meets Pete, a mysterious 10-year-old with no family and no home. He says that he lives in the woods with a giant, green dragon named Elliott. Grace soon realizes that Elliott is the same dragon in her father’s tales.