Steve’s Wonderful Lists of Disney: Films #58-51

It’s finally time to unveil the final list which is ranking all 58 films and we start off with #58-51:

Home on the Range (2004) - Rotten Tomatoes

58. Home on the Range

Fairly unfunny, lacking in strong characters, and overall forgettable, this film has the distinction of being the worst film in Disney history.

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57. Make Mine Music

Boasting some decent short stories and segments, the third of the 1940s package films is definitely the weakest of the bunch.

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56. Melody Time

While very similar to Make Mine Music, this one is slightly better than that one though it is still one of the more weaker and forgettable films in history.

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55. Chicken Little

Coming out during the down period of the 2000s, this film was slightly better than Home on the Range though again pretty forgettable in the long run.

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54. Brother Bear

Like most of the films in the 2000s, this one is fine for what it is though it is also fairly forgettable and not a strong outing by Disney.

Treasure Planet Is a Buried Disney Treasure - Den of Geek

53. Treasure Planet

Some consider this a hidden gem amongst the 2000s films, but sadly I’m not one of them as I don’t believe it has aged well though it is a slight uptick from other films of this decade.

Meet the Robinsons (2007) - Movie Review : Alternate Ending

52. Meet the Robinsons

While the films in the later 2000s are slightly better than those earlier in the decade, this film is still fairly forgettable and one that falls through the cracks.

Saludos Amigos Review – Wizard Dojo

51. Saludos Amigos

More of a vanity project for Walt Disney as opposed to a traditional film, the first of the 1940s package films is a fine showcase of South American culture.

That concludes this portion of the list and next week, I will unveil #50-41.