Although I love nearly all Disney movies, this one holds a special place in my heart. It’s such a good animated movie!
Based on the French fairy tale, I imagined myself as Belle many times. She’s definitely naive in the beginning of the movie, but I love that she loves books!
The castle servants are enchanted with Belle, and so was I. I remember feeling incredibly scared when the Beast first appears, and feeling many of the same emotions as Belle. Thankfully, she perseveres and they begin to fall in love. Plus, his library was to die for!!
It’s one of those feel-good movies that I enjoy watching when I’m feeling sick or down.
Although the original will have my heard forever, I really enjoyed the live-action adaptation (2017). I saw it three times in theaters!
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Although I was scared at first, I love this ride!
We wanted to ride it when we went to Disney on our honeymoon in 2015, but the wait was well over an hour the day we went to Hollywood Studios. Oh, well. Hoping we can ride it when we return to Disney in the fall of 2020!
Come back tomorrow for the LAST post of the 30 Day Disney Challenge!
Day 25 – Your favorite scene from your favorite movie
“Falling With Style” scene from Toy Story (1995)
This is the result of one of the most tense moments / scenes in Toy Story. It looks like Woody and Buzz will be lost forever, as the moving van with the rest of the toys gets further and further away. But, Buzz remembers the rocket on his back. Will the rocket explode, and them along with it?
Buzz becomes the hero, in Woody’s eyes. They fly and soar across the sky, hoping to at least catch up to the moving van, let alone Andy’s car.
It’s such a nail-biter of a scene, but also a triumph. Toys can fly! Or, rather, “fall with style.”
This was a good movie, but it had so many emotions packed into it. I won’t spoil it here, but let’s just say I cried more than once while watching it in the theater. It’s one of those movies where I need to be in a certain mood to watch. It’s one of the most unique Disney movies. It’s also more emotional than I think people expected. The original impression, for many, is this is a futuristic movie with robots and technology, but there’s also a significant human element.
This is one of the funniest movies Disney has produced, in my opinion. If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend it. It’s one of my go-to movies if I’m in a rough patch or I need to laugh for a bit.
The stellar cast includes David Spade, John Goodman, Eartha Kitt (May she Rest in Peace), Patrick Warburton, and Wendie Malick. It’s a great story about a selfish emperor who learns lessons along the way about friendship, compassion, and helping others.
Kronk, voiced by Patrick Warburton, is one of the best characters Disney has created!
I saw this in the theater when we hosted the Russian children. I thought it was a decent movie at the time – Different, but nothing special. I only started to gain a greater appreciation for it years later.
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