1. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
It is creepy as hell with the guy that is lustful along with the murder.
Dark, as It touches topics like racism, religious fanaticism, AND…” almost unheard of at a Disney film” it rolls sexual bliss, making it an exceptional standalone from the very long ton of Disney films.
A number of the folks voting appeared to have perplexed dark with frightening. Something frightening is on the mind; the death of Ursula could be predicted frightening. Dark suggests something more subtle, which has an alternate meaning. They show death and no blood. It’s just exhibited with phrases about raping Esmeralda or sending her to 24, he sings. My options for this list will be Zootopia for your racism. The Princess and the Frog since the villain is dragged into hell. For earning Scar like Hitler and The Lion King.
2. The Black Cauldron
Using its villain as well as the army he’s created using all the cauldron, this film could be among the where the shadow raised the bar in Disney cartoon.
A rumour is in which there’s a scene in which the princess was nude. Brought to you
Forgive me, but I am afraid those folks at Disney could have been on drugs when they left this bit of garbage.
By the current standards Pinocchio ought to be rated PG a lot has to because of the entire Pleasure Island scene an island in which poor children can drink smoke struggle together and even kill one another the only thing its missing is the hooker pub, but since it turns out that the island is a snare in which the coachman turn the children into donkey’s and market’s them off to areas such as the salt mines and the entire sequence where Lampwit turns to a donkey is frightening.
Child trafficking, departure, children are drinking/smoking. Kids went indefinitely, maybe murder I mean do I have to say more? They are children who do not like an oversight from adults (like most children around).
I can not think I watched this when I was like 5. I mean it is dim although pretty good, to me the enjoyment island part
4. Return to Oz
Return to Oz drops all that was great about the Wizard of musical figures Oz setting and characters and replaces it with tone and deformed personalities.
Children and most scary movie. And I like It
That is a dark, creepy and bizarre movie they created according to L. Frank Baum’s novels.
It’s not dark. Its crappy Wizard of the sequel which resembles a remake.
5. The Lion King
Scar murders Mufasa to take over as king afterwards tips Simba to deserting his kingdom by telling him Mufasa’s death was his fault, Simba comes back grown-up and struggles Scar subsequently pushes him over the border and is killed or eaten from the Hyenas.
This could be a play with critters
Scar has murdered Simba’s daddy.
It might be adorable and all happy initially with Simba and Nala’s friendship as cubs, but it becomes darker. Afterwards, it escalates to Scar killing Mufasa and attributing this on Simba, then Simba and Scar returning as an adult and fighting with.
6. The Fox and the Hound
This ought to be at the five, or at the top three to say the very least. From the middle of this film on the finish, it becomes sadder and sadder, and the topics of this wildlife cause you to feel missing. This film is disturbing and beautiful. Likely among the most excellent Disney movies.
This is the warning that the Hound & The Fox is guaranteed since it came to be the Disney movie.
The Fox & the Hound franchise is as outdated as the Mario franchise that’s more famous than the Mickey Mouse franchise.
When Disney looked from being child more on the songs instead of showing on display, That is. After you ago”The Rite of Spring” (which incidentally is the best) you notice dinosaurs die, and get eaten along with stuff. In the end, The Night on Baldmountian. Mm, that is haunting. He’s pretty satan. This film is not dim, although somewhat HAUNTING. In any event, this film delivers lovely music and animation, which make this film your time.
The most beautiful Disney movie ever produced. And because Chernabog is your reason to be fearful of Chernabog is the finest Disney Villain produced and the funniest.
8. Toy Story 3
The film’s narrative is filled with discrimination. Toys in 1 area are treated one way, and toys have been treated in a different. And then there is the incineration scene.
This is my favourite although its rather dark
The protagonist is so terrifying
The first two were not dim with hardly any exceptions, but matters took a twist that is dim here with the quarter of the movie and pretty much Lotso’s backstory.
9. The Nightmare Before Christmas
It’s a little scary but is good
When I was about 5 or 6 years of age, I watched it.
That is the touchstone.
It’s wonderful. Among my favourite Disney films
10. Spirited Away
This film belongs to Disney, not to Ghibli.
So sad but includes an Excellent significance
I should be