It’s time to unveil the next group in my ranking of the Disney films as I unveil #30-21:
This film that tends to get forgotten about amongst the Disney Renaissance is a pretty good film that is considered underrated by some, including myself.
29. Lady and the Tramp
With some nice animations and one of the most memorable love songs in Disney history, this film also tends to be forgotten and is still a very easy film to watch.
With its beautiful backgrounds and lovable characters, this film is another one that seems to have become underrated over time and it is still a solid film.
27. Lilo and Stitch
One of the few bright spots of the 2000s malaise period, this film is a fun look at Hawaiian culture and has a good story of two very unlikely friends.
26. The Great Mouse Detective
One of my all-time favorite films, this is another one that I feel doesn’t get the credit it deserves for planting the seeds for the Disney Renaissance.
Having the dubious task of coming out after a trilogy of all-time classics, this film is still a solid enough film about this legend in American history though it can only go so far.
This late-Disney Renaissance film is another one that tends to be forgotten as it is a surprisingly good film with a relatable heroine, fun characters, and a few memorable songs.
23. Alice in Wonderland
While perhaps not everyone’s cup of tea, no pun intended, this is still a pretty fun film with some unique characters, solid songs, and overall some really good animation.
The fourth film ever released by Disney may have the shortest runtime, but it also possibly boasts the most heart as you can’t help but fall in love with this elephant.
21. The Princess and the Frog
The last film released in the down period that was the 2000s, it was easily the best film of the decade with fun songs and great animations as it would set the stage for the greatness of the 2010s.
That concludes this portion of the list and next week, we get into the top 20 as we hit the heavy hitters.