We've all seen those Disney favorites a thousand time. But were do you look when you want something different but still animated the way you like it? I've made a list of traditionally animated movies created by my four favorite Disney alternatives as well as a few of my favorites that don't fit into those sections.
Dreamworks is known primarily for it's CGI movies such as Shrek but it's traditionally animated movie are not to be overlooked.
Dreamworks The Prince of Egypt Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron The Road to El Dorado Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas Joseph: King of Dreams*
25. The Nightmare Before Christmas Probably one of the most twisted Christmas movies ever invented. Seriously? When i was little, Jack scared the crap out of me. As I've gotten older i have learned to respect the genius that is the Nightmare Before Christmas, mixing Christmas into Halloween while subtly conveying a message about stereotypes and the damage they can do, but i will forever remember cowering in fear when Christmas/Halloween rolled around. (is it weird that the boogie man never scared me? ...thought so.)
24. Alice in Wonderland Ive got to say it: Disney has guts. Taking...
The Disney Princesses, merely a few of the Disney heroines
A lot of people say that the Disney heroines are bad influences on girls for a variety of reasons: they "teach girls that beauty is most important" and "you need a man to be happy" and "females always have to be damsels in distress" and plenty more of the like. I disagree. Disney heroines can teach all of us plenty of important lessons.
1. Be Yourself Despite the World's Opinion A lot of the Disney heroines didn't really fit into the norms of their society, but they never changed to fit into their communities better. Eventually, that would prove to be a very good thing.