From animated classics to Muppets adventures, these are the best Disney films ever
The definitive adaptation of Lewis Carroll's trippy fairy tale, Disney Alice is surprisingly true to the source material. The film is full of madcap, tea-slurping, (un)birthday-celebrating silliness.
A surprisingly faithful retelling of the 1843 novella, with the exception of its majority felt cast and Sir Michael Caine bounding along in top hat and harmonising. It's a total Xmas treat.
This rags-to-riches story is filled with romance and rib-cracking one-liners, plus one of Disney’s best soundtracks. But it's the genius of Robin Williams' Genie that elevates Al to classic status.
Sharp, witty, and whimsical, Mary Poppins shines thanks to the irreproachable Julie Andrews – a woman we all wish would snap her fingers and solve the mess of our adult lives.
This masterful musical put the studio back on the map, and ushered in a new era known as The Disney Renaissance.
Piercing, beautiful, and haunting, there’s a reason why Beauty and the Beast was the first animated feature to ever be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards.
The best Disney movie ever is a grandiose tale of growing up, parenthood, and world-changing acts of trauma and love. Also, dat Hans Zimmer score. Yowsa.