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Walt Disney old classics vs new Movies

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I think e all like walt disney movies here's my comparison what would be yours !

CLASSICS

Alice in Wonderland

The Lion King {1994}

The fox and the Hound {1981}

Winnie the Pooh

Piglet’s big movie

NEW

The Princess and the Frog 2009

Tangled {2010}

Ratatouille

Disney UP {2009}

Rango {2011} :doubt::doubt::doubt:

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I don't know if I like the newer ones or the classics better! My favorite Disney movie is probably Wall-E. But I also love The Great Mouse Detective, Toy Story, Robin Hood (with the animals, haha), The Love Bug, Up, Finding Nemo, and The Rescuers: Down Under to name a few. Plus, there's the ones I grew up with: Mulan, The Lion King, Fantasia, The Little Mermaid...

Personally, I think most Disney movies are great. There are probably a couple bad eggs in there, but overall, the collection is fantastic.

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allthough the new movies are better graphically i think the old movies have more feel to them

I actually feel like the old ones were better graphically as I much prefer hand-drawn works over CG.

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I love lion king the most of the classics I think even though the classics are slightly dated they all have a good plotline whereas I feel the new movies sacrifice plot for better animation

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I like the new and old movies... my main issue with the modern Disney films is that they don't feel like Disney movies at all, they feel like Pixar movies. They have a high emphasis on wacky comedy, pop-culture references, and of course the sort of 3D animation which Pixar essentially invented. I'd really have preferred that the Walt Disney Animation Studios maintain a hand-draw aesthetic while leaving the 3D stuff to Pixar... There's a severe lack of traditionally styled animated films this decade.

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