Aspiring writer (particularly in film & music). Pop culture enthusiast.
Published September 24th 2011
You may think Disney is just for kids, but if we're being honest most adults love Disney movies. Probably even more so than children.
Unfortunately Disney has made it very hard for consumers to purchase their favourite Disney films. They have created a vault for which the movies are locked away, and only released every few years. Upcoming movies that are being released are: The Fox & The Hound 30th Anniversary Edition on the 5th of October and The Lion King on the 12th of October.
If you don't own your favourites and they're not in the vault yet, you should buy them before it's too late. If you still can't find your favourites then head down to your local Video Store as they tend to have a small handful available to hire, or to buy if you're lucky.
While making this list, I realised there are just too many great Disney films, and if I named them all then this list would be far too long. I have narrowed it down to my personal top 10 favourites with a few honourable mentions. Who would've thought it would be such a difficult task?
Honorable mentions:Alice In Wonderland, The Jungle Book, The Fox & The Hound, The Lady & The Tramp, Sleeping Beauty, Monsters Inc, Hercules, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Finding Nemo, UP and Cinderella.
At the end of the day, it doesn't matter what movies you choose because you can't go wrong with Disney. Grab your friends and relive your childhood for a night. Dress up as your favourite character, or wear kids pyjamas for the night. Don't forget the popcorn. You'll laugh, you'll cry and you'll wonder why you ever stopped watching them.
OMG, I just love the Disney Movie Night thing, I invited about 9 friends over and we watched about 10 of our fav's along with playing 'Disney Singstar,' 'Disney cards,' 'Disney Monopoly' and 'Disney Guess who.' It was so much fun.
By Anonymous Monday, 26th of September @ 06:11 am
I had forgotten the joy of watching Disney movies; however, your review has made me want to relive my childhood.
I’d personally watch Mulan, Pocahontas, Aladdin, the Lion King, Cinderella, Peter Pan and perhaps Bambi. You know, one of these nights could be a great idea for a fundraising event such as Girls Night In.