No cartoon character captures the imagination — and the heart — like Pooh Bear.
Gargoyles were stone by day, and defenders of the night. A huge departure from normal Disney fare, Gargoyles stood out amid a sea of talking ducks and mice as a dark and exciting show.
Disney has made some truly excellent hand-animated films over the years. This definitely isn’t one of them.
This movie is utterly lacking in creativity or inspiration. Get it? Utter! It’s a cow pun.
The songs are infectiously catchy, the characters are believable and fully realized, and the animation is nothing short of gorgeous.
Atlantis: The Lost Empire isn’t the most obvious choice for Best Hand Animated Disney film, but it certainly is deserving of the honor. Thrilling and gorgeous, this is Disney animation at its finest.
It’d be easy to put WALL-E on a pedestal for its technical achievements alone, but it isn’t necessary. WALL-E isn’t an independent movie that skates by on a neat concept but no substance. The movie has a powerful heart driving it, like all Pixar films, and you’d have to be a monster to not be touched by WALL-E’s story of isolation, finding love, and fighting to hold onto it and save humanity in the process.