(List) A Definitive But Thoroughly Subjective Ranking of the Disney Animated Canon, #20 – #1

Over its 93-year history, Walt Disney Animation Studios has produced 56 feature-length animated films. Its partner, Pixar Animation, has produced another 18 for a grand total of 74; that's a lot of movies! However, out of all those wonderful films only 20 of them can be the 20 greatest films in all of the Disney/Pixar … Continue reading (List) A Definitive But Thoroughly Subjective Ranking of the Disney Animated Canon, #20 – #1

(List) The Definitive But Thoroughly Subjective Ranking of the Disney Animated Canon, #37 – #21

Walt Disney Animation Studios is a venerable institution that still produces amazing feature-length animated films even to this day. It's amazing that a movie studio can be so dominant for so long -- since their first release in 1937, they've been the standard bearer for animation. Along with Pixar Animation, they've produced 74 traditionally-animated and … Continue reading (List) The Definitive But Thoroughly Subjective Ranking of the Disney Animated Canon, #37 – #21

(List) The Definitive But Thoroughly Subjective Ranking of the Disney Animated Canon, #56 – #38

Walt Disney Animation Studios has been the premiere name in feature animation since the release of their very first movie, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It's taken me a little bit, but I've now seen every single of the 56 entries in their official Canon along with all but one of Pixar's animated library … Continue reading (List) The Definitive But Thoroughly Subjective Ranking of the Disney Animated Canon, #56 – #38

(List) The Definitive But Thoroughly Subjective Ranking of the Disney Animated Canon, #74 – #57

Walt Disney Animation Studios is the premiere name in feature animation, and it's not even close. While DreamWorks gave the House of Mouse a run for its money for a few years, there's no other animation company that can match Disney's consistent run of excellence or its longevity. Both Ryan and I are fairly big … Continue reading (List) The Definitive But Thoroughly Subjective Ranking of the Disney Animated Canon, #74 – #57

(Reviews) DisneyFest: Zootopia, Finding Dory, Moana

2016 was the best year for Disney animation in a very long time, and it pleases me to no end that I'm able to say that. Walt Disney Animation began the year giving furries their new generation-defining obsession in Zootopia, which was also an all-around excellent film; in June, Pixar Animation rebounded with their best … Continue reading (Reviews) DisneyFest: Zootopia, Finding Dory, Moana

(Reviews) DisneyFest: Big Hero 6, Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur

2014 was a bit light for Walt Disney Animation and Pixar Studios. Between the two of them, they released only Big Hero 6, which turned out to be enough -- it was that year's highest-grossing animated film and won the Best Animated Feature Oscar. It also just so happened to be an excellent movie. Pixar … Continue reading (Reviews) DisneyFest: Big Hero 6, Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur

(Reviews) DisneyFest: Wreck-It Ralph, Monsters University, Frozen

Remember five years ago? It was 2012 back then and we all thought we were going to die in some really weird global cataclysm because the Mayans had deemed it so. Woody Harrelson would go down outside his camper van at Yellowstone, and the only people who would survive are John Cusack and his plucky … Continue reading (Reviews) DisneyFest: Wreck-It Ralph, Monsters University, Frozen

(Reviews) DisneyFest: Cars 2, Winnie the Pooh, Brave

By 2011, the fortunes of Disney and Pixar were reversing; while the former had finally scored a critical and commercial success with Tangled, the latter was navigating the second phase of its career after moving past its original stories with the final installment of the Toy Story trilogy. Disney released one movie that year -- … Continue reading (Reviews) DisneyFest: Cars 2, Winnie the Pooh, Brave