A LONG time ago I made a list about my top 10 favorite movies, but my list has changed quite a lot since then. I've watched other movies that I forgot that I loved so much. There are even some fairly recent movies that have made my list, and usually new movies don't strike such a cord with me so soon. Keep in mind that this is my personal favorite list and if you don't see your favorite on here that you can just make your own list and write it into an article. Please comment, but be polite because this is just my opinion. Enjoy!

20.Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows

As a lot of you know, my favorite celebrity of ALL-TIME is Judy Garland, so it's no surprise that I would find a movie about her life. But since I love her so much, I ,of course, was critical going in, but I absolutely ADORE this movie. They captured what Judy was like as a person and the tragedy of her life. They managed to balance both out, which is the only way you can tell a story about Judy Garland. They showed her quick wit, her dedication to her children, her kindness, her spunk, and how damaged she was emotionally. Judy Davis does an amazing job as Judy Garland and Tammy Blanchard is also amazing as teenage Judy Garland. All of the actors were great and really believable. I'm impressed with how they got every single movement that Judy made in her performances right, it's almost scary. I'm also glad they didn't have someone else do Judy's singing voice and just used recordings of Judy singing instead. If it's not Judy's voice than there just isn't any justice. When Judy dies in the end, I really feel emotional because we got to know her from the time she was a two-year-old up until her death at age forty-seven. We also get to see her daughter, Lorna Luft reacting to finding out about her mother's death and blaming herself for not being there when she needed her. Hearing Somewhere Over The Rainbow and Lorna's narrating monolog was both so sad and powerful. Also, interesting thing to know, this movie is an adaptation of a book written by Lorna Luft, who also was the executive producer of this movie. This proves how accurate this movie is because it was made by someone who truly understood and loved Judy. It's not higher for two reasons, firstly, it depresses me too much. Second reason is that I think they should've gotten another actress to play Judy during her younger years when she wasn't a teenager anymore but not as old as she was when making A Star Is Born. I think they should've gotten someone like Anne Hathaway to play that Judy instead of just having Judy Davis do it.

19.Tarzan

Come on, how can you not absolutely love this movie? What's not to love? Everything about this movie is absolutely amazing. The animation is gorgeous, the songs are amazing, and the characters are awesome. My favorite character would have to be Tarzan. I love how he's an outcast and how he shows everyone that he's more than they think he is. But he also has more than that to him. He's pretty humorous (to an extent) and fun loving. He also cares a lot about the people he loves and wants to learn about who he is. I also really love Jane. She's what a damsel in distress should be. She gets in trouble a lot of the time but still is useful and entertaining. She's one of the funniest animated heroines I've ever seen. I kept laughing so hard during the scene with the baboons and Tarzan was saving her. Actually a lot of the characters are really funny. This movie really tugs at the heart string. The scene where Kala found Tarzan and he touched her hand just makes me melt. It was even more powerful because that moment led up to where Tarzan touches a human hand for the first time. Plus when he and Kala have their emotional goodbye had me in tears. This is one of the most emotional Disney movies in existence. I have no idea why this movie wasn't in my top 10 before, but it will NEVER leave again. The reason it's not higher is for one the villain is really weak. Why didn't they make Sabor the villain? She could've been a really awesome female version of Shere Khan. Plus, that might have given us more of Tarzan's turmoil, even though a HUGE amount of it is addressed. Plus, Tarzan and Jane's romance is a little rushed. It's still good because they have such a strong chemistry, I just think it could've been better. But this movie is still AMAZING and a truly emotional experience!

18.Aladdin

I love this movie with a burning passion and always have. I love Genies impressions of people. My favorite character in the movie is, of course, Aladdin, he's one of my favorite fictional characters of ALL TIME. I love that the characters all of flaws, which makes them realistic. I love all the characters in the movie. I love to act like Iago and quote things that he says because he's the funniest character in the movie. I love all the songs I sing One Jump Ahead Reprise a lot of the time especially when I'm sad, and it's not even my favorite song in the movie. My favorite is A Whole New World, I even got to sing it once in my choir. I would love to be in Aladdin's shoes and live that amazing adventure. Jasmine is a very lucky girl to have Aladdin since he pretended to be a prince, almost drowned, almost froze to death, and almost got eaten by a giant snake all for her. I also really enjoyed the sequels even though they're not here but I do really like them. I always wanted to jump into the Aladdin movies and the TV show and just be part of the story because of how fun it is. It's not higher because I just like the others more.

17.Anne of Green Gables

Anne of Green Gables is one of my favorite books of ALL-TIME and this movie captures everything I love about the book PERFECTLY! All of the characters are perfectly casted and are exactly how I picture the characters looking when I read the book. Megan Follows is the best actor in this movie and is convincing both as a little girl and as a teenager. Anne Shirley is one of my favorite fictional characters of ALL-TIME! She's smart, imaginative, creative, brave, adventurous, headstrong, outspoken, feisty, and is just so amazing! I love how she really grows throughout the movie. She may keep her enjoyable quirks, but she also isn't the same person she used to be. Her relationship with everyone she interacts with is just amazing and well-written, especially with Matthew and Marilla. This movie also has a lot of atmosphere and charm to it and it's hard not to enjoy every single moment of this movie. I guess the reason it's not higher is simply because I love the others more.

16.Shrek 2

This movie is absolutely amazing and hilarious and probably the best satire ever. The characters are pretty much the same, except Fiona isn't spoiled or bratty. The animation is absolutely amazing. I love all the songs they put in this movie, especially I Need A Hero. The villain is really cool, I love how she's not the traditional Cinderella fairy godmother and is very controlling and manipulative. Charming while kind of annoying and also pretty entertaining with how lame and pathetic he is. I love the romance between Shrek and Fiona even more here because you can tell how much they love each other with the way they sacrifice for each other. The climax is absolutely epic and the new characters are really great. I love how they actually have a hang out for all the fairy-tale villains called "The Poison Apple", that's really clever.I have to say this movie actually surpasses the original, the original is really good and is a classic but it's kind of simple by comparison. It's not higher simply because I love the others more.

15.Anastasia

The songs are absolutely amazing and it has the best animation of all animated movies. Anastasia is so gorgeous that every single one of the Disney heroines are jealous of her. I love all of the characters, except Rasputin and especially Dimitri. Who cares if this is historically inaccurate? Besides the critics loved it! The adventure is fantastic and you can really feel Anya's growth as a character. I love how this movie is a pretty dark movie but it's not over the top like The Secret of Nimh. The only downfall is the hero and the villain. Rasputin is at times a bada** and I think it was cruel how he was trying to use Anastasia's family to lure her to her doom, however he's kind of pathetic. Dimtri is just annoying, a liar, and a selfish little jerk. Even after he changes he's annoying, suddenly he can be rich beyond belief and be royalty if he stays with Anya but he decides not to for some stupid reason. But other than those two things this movie was absolutely fantastic. Also the emotion in this movie is really strong, especially when Anastasia and the Empress are finally reunited. A lot of idiots say this is just a cheap Disney copy but we know it's not true, it's an EXPENSIVE Disney copy. However it's actually better than all the Disney movies except The Little Mermaid. Ironic that Don Bluth, who left Disney, made a Disney copy and it ended up being considered his best movie. Anyway this movie is great and other than Rasputin and Dimitri this movie is great.

14.Meet Me In St. Louis

Being a HARDCORE Judy Garland fan, it was no wonder that I absolutely fell in love with one of her most famous movies. The songs are absolutely fantastic, they can be either fun or meaningful, but are amazing no matter what. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas is definitely my favorite song in the movie. Judy, like always, gives an incredible performance and has absolutely no flaws in her acting. She also looks absolutely GORGEOUS in this movie! Her character, Ester Smith, is very enjoyable. I love all the characters, except the father, who I think is too much of an asshole for a lot of the movie. Despite not having a coherent storyline, it's still a very enjoyable movie. It's just about the lives of this one family in one year. You'd think that would be boring, but it's actually very entertaining. I think all of the actors in this movie give great performances, except for Lucille Bremer, who can't act AT ALL! Judy herself even said that Lucille couldn't act and she was right. It's probably why Lucille's acting career was so short lived. The movie is visually beautiful to look at and has such enchanting atmosphere. It's not higher because I prefer movies with coherent storylines.

13.Toy Story 3

Absolutely the best of all the Toy Story movies, ever since I saw it I've been obsessed with it. This is the perfect way to end the trilogy, even though stupidly they're going to make a Toy Story 4 for some reason. The characters remain the same while still growing as characters. Jessie is still one of my favorites and I love her even more because she doesn't act rude. She's learned that she needs to move on and doesn't want to have that whole Emily situation happen to her again. Everything about this movie is brilliant and dynamic. It features who I consider to be the best Pixar villain, just like Jessie he has a back story. I love how he appears as this sweetheart-ed guy but is really manipulative and cruel. This movie has a lot of action and I love how they made the characters all involved in such an awesome escape. I love how they make Barbie smart, useful, and a total badass. I love how she basically torments Ken. Woody is my favorite character and one of my favorite fictional characters. I love how he's grown throughout the trilogy and this film concludes his development. He's a good leader, a great friend, and is loyal. I also love the emotion where they're finally facing what they were fearing in the second movie, of having to learn to eventually let go and move on. The ending was so perfectly sad and beautiful. It's not higher because I just like the others more.

12.Inside Out

A new Disney and Pixar movie that I absolutely ADORE! I can't believe how easily it clicked for me just from watching it once. When I was making this article I just felt like I needed to have this movie in my top 10. The animation is absolutely incredible and it suits the movie perfectly! The real world is more realistic looking and the emotional world is more cartoony. The designs of the emotions are perfect and all of the characters are just so likable! I thought I would hate Bing Bong, but I ended up absolutely ADORING him! My two favorite characters are Joy and Riley. Joy definitely has the most depth out of all the emotions and has such a unique kind of character development. You'd think that it would be about Sadness learning to be happy, but instead it's about Joy learning to accept Sadness. If this was any other movie it would be the other way around. Riley is pretty much a combination of all of the emotions because they are her emotions. I love how in the end it shows how children do develop more complex emotions and expand their personalities and beliefs. It's an amazing adventure that is truly groundbreaking. It's also one of the most emotional films I've ever seen, no pun intended. It's not higher because I'm more invested in the characters in the other movies, even though I love the characters in Inside Out.

11.Titanic

I know people either adore this movie or think it's overrated, but you can just put me in the ADORE this movie category. I think this movie is absolutely fantastic! The romance between Jack and Rose is one of the best fictional couples that I've ever seen in my life. They have such strong chemistry and are written so well. The actors all give amazing performances, it's visually stunning, it has a lot of likable characters (minus a few), the writing is great, and the ending was absolutely perfect for this movie. I love how, even though the movie was about the main characters that never existed, they used them to help us get to know the people who really were on the Titanic, so it makes it even more heartbreaking when they die. There was so much death in this movie and I felt the tragedy of this event, even though you can't truly feel it unless you were there. They didn't ignore that children died too or sugarcoat anything, they showed you what happened, even if you didn't see them die. They even showed a baby that had frozen to death from being in the ice cold water. Also, in case you haven't seen this movie, SPOILERS, Jack dies by keeping Rose from freezing to death. His love for her gave her the strength to be able to become the woman she always wanted to be and even be able to feel free to love someone else. She knew her heart would go on, sorry, I couldn't resist lol. I also love how she does die in the end as an old woman who lived a full life and died peacefully in her sleep, just like Jack said she would. She was finally reunited with her love and everyone who had died on the Titanic, through her peaceful death. The reason it's not higher is because it's too long for me to be able to watch it over and over again like I could the others. Plus, it's too sad for me, which is a given considering it's called TITANIC!

10.Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey

I can't believe I ever forgot how much I ADORE this movie! I used to watch this constantly as a child and is now one of my favorite movies EVER! It's such an amazing and fun adventure film with such likable characters. My least favorite of the three is Chance, but he's still a great character that does develop. I love how his thoughts are really similar to how a real dog is like, it's really uncanny. Plus he is really funny. My favorite is Sassy and boy that name suits her perfectly! She has all of the best lines in this movie! I love how, even though she doesn't like to show it, she really does care about Shadow and Chance and will show concern for them. She even sometimes uses her sassiness of bashing them as a reason to save them, like when they're at the pound and she escapes and goes back to save them. Shadow says that he told her to run away and she says that she never listens to dogs. Shadow is my second favorite and is absolutely determined and loyal as it gets! He does whatever it takes to get back to Peter and to protect Chance and Sassy, no matter what might happen to him. The three of them also have such an amazing connection with each other and their owners, which makes me get all the more invested in their journey to get back home. It also makes it all the more emotional when something happens, like when the boys think Sassy was dead and she was separated from them or when Shadow is too weak to get out of a mud hole and it seems like he won't get back home. I mean, he is the most dedicated of all of them and he might be the one who doesn't get to go home! That just tears me apart! Plus I had a dog named Shadow that I lost a few years ago and I miss her SO MUCH! The way the animals view the human world is also really interesting. The ending is beautifully emotional and was the perfect way to end it. It's thankfully a happy ending, but you're afraid it will be sad and you're just in TEARS over it, or at least I am. It's not higher because I simply love the others more.

9.The Lion King

The movie is absolutely GORGEOUS looking! It's probably the best animation of any Disney movie. The colors are incredible, the lighting is stunning, the attention to detail is impressive, the backgrounds look amazing, and the film is just HUGE with the scenery. The characters are also really likable and memorable. I love all of these characters, well, almost all of them. I like Nala and Scar, but Nala is sort of just there to be the love interest and Scar becomes a whiny primadonna in the second half. Sarabi is an okay character. But the rest of the characters are great. Simba is a fun character and does have a lot of emotional turmoil that gets me invested in him. The comedy relief is HILARIOUS, especially Timon and Pumbaa, who are my favorite characters in the movie. Rafika is also a great character that can be wise and serious but also fun and crazy at the same time. When something he does seem ridiculous, it really has a deep meaning to it, like when he hit Simba on the head to teach him how to learn from his past mistakes. The songs are also AMAZING! This is the best soundtrack of all the Disney movies in my opinion. Unlike the opinion of Doug Walker/The Nostalgia Critic (who I am a huge fan of), I do think that these songs do move the story along and show how a character is feeling. The Circle of Life is a great opener that shows the theme that everything that happens is part of nature's design and that life goes on. I Can't Wait To Be King shows how young Simba is naive about what it takes to be king, which he would learn later on in the movie. Be Prepared is a great villain song that would give us some view of what was in store for our heroes. Hakuna Matata is a song that would have Simba try to run away from his past and live his life without worries. This works better than something like Let It Go because he does go through a change and doesn't stay the same. Simba forgets about his troubles until he sees the stars and thinks of his father and later when he sees Nala. Can You Feel The Love Tonight is supposed to show the characters (kind of rushed) falling in love, how Simba is afraid to tell Nala about what happened, and Nala seeing that there is something wrong with Simba. Plus the instrumental style really has an amazing African style to it that gives us a sense of the culture. It gets you sucked into this world. It's not higher because I really think Matthew Broderick's voice acting is really bland. Also, the message is kind of messed up because no one is backing Simba up when he admits his mistake, even if it wasn't a mistake he actually made. That is a serious flaw, but everything else is just absolutely incredible!

8.The Land Before Time

I loved this movie ever since I first saw it. However, I have to say I though the second movie was the first movie. But when I saw this when I was six I absolutely fell in love with it. My favorite character is Littlefoot who is one of my all-time favorite fictional characters. I love how brave, determined, smart, kind he is and how he'll never stop until his goal is achieved and that his friends are safe. I love how dark this movie is for an animated film. I mean looking at it, you'd think it was just a silly little cartoon with a bunch of funny dinosaurs but really it's amazing. It doesn't sugar code how violent things were back then. I also loved Sharptooth as a villain. I mean I know he didn't do much but he was really intimidating and really shadows the conflict of well, conflict. It's hard to explain but I love him as a villain. I absolutely LOATH Cera, I always have and I always will. She's an ungrateful, spoiled, selfish, annoying, arrogant, racist brat. Anyway, I love all the characters, except Cera and her father, Spike is okay. I love the end credit song If We Hold On Together, it's one of the best songs EVER! The death of Littlefoot's mother absolutely devastated me and even to this day I can't help but burst into tears, and I'm a guy who's almost eighteen. So what does that tell you? I love the instrumental music to death. This movie really got me into dinosaurs, I was obsessed with them as a kid. Also this came out the same year as Disney's Oliver and Company(which I love) and the critics said it had more of that Disney formula than the actual Disney film. Ain't that said when a non-Disney movie is more Disney than the actual Disney? It was a coming of age story where all the main characters grew and developed, even Cera, not enough for me not to hate her but still. Spike became a little bit more than just someone who just eats, Petrie learns to fly, Ducky earns some courage and guts, Cera stops being racist and actually comes back to help her friends and defeat the Sharptooth, and Littlefoot learns to be a leader and not depend on his mother. I also really enjoyed the sequels. I absolutely LOVE The Land Before Time 2-6, I like The Land Before Time 7 and 8, The Land Before Time 9 and 10 are okay, and The Land Before Time 11-13 are just plain AWFUL! I actually love The Land Before Time 2 almost as much as the original, though not enough to be on my top 10 favorite movies, but I still love it. I absolutely LOATH the TV series, it was cheesy, annoying, stupid, ridiculous, added an unnecessary new main character(Ruby), and doesn't do justice to the films. Anyway I've loved this movie and it's first five sequels and I always will for years to come. However the others I guess I just felt a little bit more of a special something from.

7.Finding Nemo

Absolutely without a doubt the best Pixar movie in existence. It's an amazing and entertaining adventure in the most beautiful place on earth, the sea. I'm not kidding, every single scene under water is absolutely stunning and makes my jaw drop. One of my favorite characters is Nemo. He's fun, smart, brave, adventurous, curious, and shows that he's stronger than he looks. My absolute favorite is Dory! She's always making me laugh so hard! She's such an idiot but in a good way. I think she's especially funny when she's trying to speak whale, which surprisingly she actually can speak whale. I love how the three main characters go through such a growth in the movie: Marlin learns not to be so overprotective and uptight, Dory learns that even though she has short term memory loss that she can do anything and useful, Nemo learns that no matter what anyone says about him or his "lucky fin" that he's stronger than they say he is and can do anything he puts his mind to. All the characters we run into in this movie are memorable. I also have to say that I love how they don't make Marlin and Dory are a couple. It's really tempting for them to just make Dory a love interest, especially with the mother being dead, but they don't. They just make this movie have two friends that are the opposite sex travel together to help one another. They help each other with their growth during the adventure and really care for each other. Dory helps Marlin realize how he needs to take chances and not to be so over-protective and Marlin helps Dory somewhat with her short term memory loss. She even says that when she's with him she's home. It's not higher because I simply love the others more.

6.The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe

Forget Harry Potter! Forget The Hunger Games! Forget Game of Thrones! THIS IS THE FRANCHISE I'M INVESTED IN! Unfortunately, this franchise hasn't worked that successfully because, unlike Harry Potter or Hunger Games, they didn't have the movies come out every year and put as much dedication. It's been years since that last movie and I have a feeling the movie franchise is going to die. But with that said, I still think this is MUCH better than any of those other franchises. The world of Narnia is absolutely INCREDIBLE! It has every magical creature: talking animals, mermaids, unicorns, witches, centaurs, dwarfs, fairies, fawns, dryads, and so forth! Plus it has sword fighting, magic spells, battles between good and evil, magnificent castles, and basically every dream that a fantasy fan LOVES! The atmosphere is just so intoxicating that I want to be part of this world! Jadis/The White Witch is an AMAZING villain, one of Disney's best! She's so ruthless! This movie updated her for the better by not making her so over-the-top, so she can be taken more seriously. I can't decide if I love her or Lucy more, both are awesome in different ways. Lucy has that daydreaming personality that gives her a good heart, fun-loving nature, and determination to help the ones she cares about no matter what. I love all the characters, except Peter, who isn't bad, he's just really bland and boring. The effects and visuals are amazing looking! I feel like this place and the mythical creatures are real! The action scenes are great and really well-done. I do think that Jadis was too easily defeated, but then again that was a problem in the book too. I think they could've updated that to make the movie better, along with maybe having Lucy and Susan interact with Jadis a little bit because I LOVE it with heroines interact with villainesses. However, even though Lucy and Susan aren't in the battle fighting, they still contribute to the story. They let everyone know about Aslan's death and are there to help Aslan when he comes back to life. The actors all give great performances, especially the actress playing Jadis. The only actor I think is kind of bland (though not necessarily bad) is Peter's actor. It's a representation of how to adapt a book in such an amazing way, I just wish the rest of the books came out every year like how Harry Potter and Hunger Games did.

5.Zootopia

I know this movie is still very new and is currently still in theaters, but I just absolutely ADORE this movie! It's rare that I make such a connection with a new movie so quickly, but from the moment I saw this movie I knew it was one of my absolute favorites! It's weird because when I saw the pictures and the trailers for this movie, I didn't think very much about it and thought at best it would just be moderately good. However, when I heard that this movie was getting critical acclaim and even had a rating on Rotten Tomatoes of 99%, I just had to check it out to see if it was that good and it was! The animation looks amazing, the characters are great, the humor is hilarious, the message is REALLY DEEP (especially for an animated movie about talking animals), and it has incredible emotional moments. I love the relationship between Judy and Nick because it's very rare that there is a movie with a male character and a female character that aren't romantically involved as the main relationship of the movie. They bring out the best in each other because they're so different and yet similar at the same time. The voice acting is absolutely PERFECT, especially Ginnifer Goodwin of Once Upon A Time fame doing the voice of Judy. I also love how they showed that not only do the animals that are prey get prejudice against them, but also predators as well. I think our society forgets that everyone has prejudice against them but only focus on the more popular one. People of color have prejudice against them, but white people get prejudice against a lot of those same people. Women have prejudice against them, but men also have prejudice as well. This movie does a great job of balancing that out. I also love how it balances out the humor and the serious moments, unlike a lot of animated movies that just have too many jokes that are SO FORCED! Ever since The Princess and The Frog came out, Disney has been advertising every single new movie they have as "The best Disney movie since The Lion King," but none of them have been as good or better than The Lion King. This movie is the first new Disney movie where I can say that it is better than The Lion King. So why isn't it higher? I just love the others more.

4.The Swan Princess

I know a lot of people don't like this movie but I don't give a rats hat, I absolutely love this movie. First of all I absolutely love all the characters and the songs are all amazing. The animation is beautiful, especially with Odette's transformation. That one piece of animation is better than most of the Disney animation. The villain is really great, he's cruel, clever, and really enjoys what he does. Odette is a great character and I love how she stands up to Rothbart and refuses to let him have her father's kingdom. Plus she's one of the most gorgeous animated characters in existence, top 5 easily. Odette and Derek are the best Non-Disney couple in existence. I love how they actually know each other for years and develop. When Odette dies I just feel such sad emotion. Sure it's basically a Disney film but there's no reason Non-Disney movies can't have that charm to them. I love this movie so much and always have. In my opinion it's one of the best movies of all time. I think it didn't do so well with the critics because it came out the same year as The Lion King. If it had came out a year later when Pocahontas was out they probably would've loved it.

3.Rise of The Guardians

I mean for one I have to say the animation in this movie is absolutely gorgeous, the best animation of all computer animated movies. I absolutely love all the characters, there's not one that I don't love. Jack is especially an amazing and complex character. I love his back story and really feel bad for him. The villain is also really interesting and pretty complex too. I love how this movie has the perfect amount of action and slow moments. I don't find this movie rushed and lacking slow moments AT ALL like other people do. However my problem with it is that it doesn't really tell the back story on the other guardians or Pitch, I think that would be really interesting. I feel like that was the only thing it was really lacking. Also one problem I have is if when the guardians were weak and Bunny turned back to a normal bunny than why didn't Tooth turn back into a normal human? I really wanted to see her turn human and thought it would match. Also I think it was ridiculous making Tooth a humming bird, it's kind of hard to take the movie seriously. Plus I just have more nostalgia from the other two. Also I have to say this movie is a MILLION time better than Brave and Wreck-It Ralph.

2.The Little Mermaid

My favorite character is of course Ariel she's (along with Melody) my third favorite fictional character. I love her to pieces and her personality is realistic and relatable. Everyone relates to her in some way, even if they won't admit it. I love the songs especially Part of Your World. The songs are all so memorable and fun. I love the romance with Ariel and Eric, it always makes me smile and sometimes gives me hope that I'll find love. I adore the music score of the movie especially the entering Atlantica, Part of Your World, and the ending. I never get tired of hearing Ariel's voice, it's one of the most beautiful voices that I've ever heard in my life. I also love that Disney was in big trouble and was in danger of being shut down, but The Little Mermaid was the movie that saved them. It started the Renaissance, a new age of Disney movies that we all fell in love with. Just like Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs and Cinderella, without The Little Mermaid we wouldn't have a lot of the amazing movies we have today. I just love the whole longing to be in a world that you're not part of and willing to give up everything and do anything for love. I love the ending, especially considering in the original fairy-tale the mermaid dies, which I hate, in my opinion the original story stinks on ice. Anyway, I actually shed a tear when I saw the ending because of how touching and beautiful it is. Even though Triton hated humans he's will get to get over his hatred for humans (Because for one a human, Eric saved him, his daughter, and his people) because his love for his daughter is greater than is hate for humans. The long awaited kiss between Ariel and Eric, Ariel's stunning sparkly dress, and the wedding. It even has my favorite family moment when Ariel and Triton hug and she says "I love you daddy" I definitely shed a tear at that part. I know people think it doesn't show that Ariel has grown or learned, they just think that she's a selfish and spoiled brat. But people who say that completely miss the point, they think she needed to die like in the original to prove she's unselfish, which I think is completely stupid. She didn't need to die to prove she was unselfish! Besides there is some self-sacrifice because Triton has to give up his daughter and Ariel has to give up her friends and family, so there is a bittersweet ending. It's not higher because I love my favorite movie SLIGHTLY more!

1.The Wizard of Oz

This is one of the few times where my opinion is actually popular, since most people argue that this movie is the best movie of all time, they everyone agrees that it's definitely one of the best. This is a movie that I think is the PERFECT example of a timeless film. The effects may not be the best, but they're not distracting like the ones in Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory are. It has a lot of charm to it that makes you forget how old the movie is. The cast of the movie is absolutely perfect and no one could possibly do a better job in these roles, especially Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale. The characters are all so likable and entertaining. I also love how Dorothy, while she's not a badass fighter by any means, was different from what was except of women during this time. She was outspoken and even threatened to bite her mean neighbor if she tried to take her dog away to be destroyed. She even stands up to a "vicious" lion and was the only one of her friends who had the courage to stand up the The Wizard of Oz and didn't even tremble with fear when she did. This shows that a female character can be likable and strong without having to be a badass fighter. Also, on a side note, I could listen to the Wicked Witch of The West laugh FOREVER! I have a thing for evil laughs lol! Anyway, all the characters are amazing, the story is enchanting and runs more on emotion than it does logic, and is has probably the BEST soundtrack of any musical I've heard in my entire life. I also love the message of this movie about discovering yourself. Scarecrow realized he had a clever brain all along, Tinman realized he could feel things even without a heart, and the Cowardly Lion was brave and just had the common knowledge not to always get into dangerous situations. Dorothy's realization was the most deep out of all of them. She realized that she didn't appreciate her family as much she should have. If she had been told that the slippers would take her home, it would've been too easy, she had to realize how much her family truly meant to her. We do take advantage of the ones we love and don't appreciate them as much as we should until it's too late. Dorothy got to go over the rainbow to have the greatest adventure EVER, but if she didn't have her family, it didn't mean anything. I also LOVE how they used technicolor here. A lot of movies used technicolor back than, but this was the first time where part of the movie was in black and white while the rest was in color. This showed how boring Kansas was and how truly magical the land of Oz was. This movie was absolutely perfect and I have absolutely nothing to complain about. This movie shall always be my favorite movie of ALL-TIME!