"Fantasia." The original one. To this day, I cannot listen to Stravinsky's Rite of Spring and NOT see dinosaurs romping around. I know that's sacrilege to classical snobs but...it's true. Same thing holds for Beethoven's Sixth symphony. I can't listen to it and NOT see cherubs and pegasids and a drunken Bacchus.
So I'm taking another stab at documenting a neighborhood. This one stars Benjamin Long. Pathetic attempts at humor can be found here.
I caved and made myself a Simblr. Woe is me. But hey! There's already stuff there that isn't here at MTS. :)
How did I forget about the Aristocats! I loved that movie when I was little, it doesn't seem to be very popular... is anyone else still creeped out by the Siamese cats in Lady & the Tramp but constantly humming the song?
I absolutely adore Beauty and the Beast. I know every word to every song, and I'm not ashamed to admit it! In terms of Pixar movies, I love Up, Toy Story 1, 2 and 3, and Monsters Inc. was fantastic. I can't wait to see Monsters Inc. 2.
Ok, beware because I'm such a Disney classics fan (just not this new Hannah Montana, High School Musical, etc thing) so I think I like almost all Disney films, anyway.
From Disney I would pick The Lion King, which was my favourite movie for YEARS. As for Pixar... I like many (probably all of them), but Finding Nemo has something that fascinates me. Toy Story is a favourite too, as it really impressed me when the first of them came out.
The first Disney films in my life were "Sleeping Beauty" and "Bambi". God, I cried so much, as I saw Bambi's mother die. I was 10 years old.
I love the soundtrack of "The Jungle Book".
I have all older Disney Films on video cassette. Old films, old system.
Newer Disney Films, I like, are:
The Beauty & the Beast, Robin Hood, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, Atlantis, Treasure Planet, Bolt
(Ok,that's what I call newer. When you are a dinosaur, everything is new.)
Monsters, Inc. (saw it maybe 10 times), The Incredibles, Ratatouille, WALL·E)