With the release of Frozen, my love for Disney has skyrocketed once again and made me put in perspective what Disney has done for nearly everybody in the world. The longevity of Disney, from the release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves in 1937, to the release of Frozen in 2013, and all other Disney movies in the future ensures that everybody in their lifetime has at least watched one Disney movie. We may joke, snark or be serious in our rants at how Disney is a giant corporate and soulless monster that devours its competition or assimilates it, but we cannot deny that we as children have been touched by their movies. For some of us, Disney is part of our childhood as much as any 80's/90's/2000's television show, book or video game. As children we find simple joy in these movies, but as we grow older we begin to see in perspective just what made some of these movies brilliant in the first place. Whether it be writing, animation, characters, music, themes, or story, at least one of these elements plays a part in that one Disney movie or movies we all hold dear to us. Now, strictly speaking I'm mostly talking about the movies of the Disney Animated Canon; the Big 53 as I like to call them, but for other people they may find other aspects just as enjoyable; the live action Disney movies, the Pixar movies, even the DisneyToon movies/Sequels. Though I'm more well-versed in the Big 53, I am sure the other branches are just as loved and enjoyed by others. So this thread can be for anything relating to Disney movies, our own favorites, why we like them, our personal Disney history etc. So with that out of the way, I'll start with what I have been saying in the general movie thread: Frozen is awesome go see it with as many people as you can whether they be your siblings parents grandparents friends or significant other I swear it's one of the best Disney movies ever made worthy to stand next to Little Mermaid-Lion King and best of the Revival Era so far trust me you will get your money's worth.