It’s time now to unveil the next portion of the films list by revealing #50-41:
The first official film of the down period that was the 2000s is a fine enough film, but it is still fairly forgettable and slightly below average film.
49. The Sword in the Stone
This adaptation of the legend of King Arthur is a unique film that feels very un-Disney and is also slightly below average.
48. Fun and Fancy Free
The fourth of the 1940s package films is a solid telling of two unique stories, but still ranks fairly low against other more memorable films.
47. The Black Cauldron
While certainly not the worst film like some believe as it was coined the “film that nearly killed Disney”, it is still a fairly average film in the canon.
46. Atlantis: The Lost Empire
While slightly better than a few of the films that came out in the 2000s, it is still one of the more fairly forgettable films that doesn’t get talked about enough.
45. The Three Caballeros
The second package film of the 1940s and part two of Disney’s homage to South America is a fun film though still ranks low against more memorable films.
The sequel to the 1977 film is a fine film and does well to introduce a new audience to these characters, but it pales in comparison to its predecessor.
This unique collection of animations set to well-known orchestral pieces is a solid, if somewhat average film that worked well for the time that it came out.
42. The Emperor’s New Groove
Despite being completely different than what it was originally intended to be, this film ends up being a fine film and is considered to be underrated by some.
41. Oliver and Company
This film as a whole is fine and is a pretty solid film, but it ends up being overshadowed by the next film which kicks off the Disney Renaissance.
That concludes this portion of the list and next week, we roll on by revealing #40-31