Top 10 Most Overrated Disney MoviesNote: I'm not saying these movies are bad. I love most of them, but what people do, they make a top 10 Disney villain countdown or something, then add the villain in their favorite movie because it's their favorite movie. Same thing with princesses. If they make a top ten Disney movie countdown and add let's say "Beauty and the Beast" is number one because Belle is their favorite princess. I mean really. But if you do that, remember to look further. And if a movie is on here that is your favorite and you don't do that dumb thing, it's alright. Enjoy!
Frozen is so overrated especially when it first came out. Let it go played everywhere and Frozen merchandise was and still is everywhere. However a lot of boys hate on this film so much that they act like this movie is the worst movie of all time. Yes the movie is very overrated but the haters take their hate for this movie way too far.
Oh. My. Word. I cannot believe how overrated this Disney movie is. At first when it came out, it was ok, people weren't crazy for it. But as time came and went, the popularity started to rise A LOT to the point when I decided to watch "the goodness I was missing". When I did, I must say that... I was a little disappointed. It wasn't as good as people said it was. I expected it to be, like, VERY AWESOME! Or WOW! But no. It was like everyone was playing a trick on me or something. I'm not saying Frozen is a bad movie, but that the movie is just overrated and does not deserve all this popularity. And guess what- even at school as a Christmas treat, like always, we watch a movie to celebrate. Guess what the movie what? Frozen. I felt really bad at the moment. But what I hate the most about Frozen is "the best song ever": Let It Go. I prefer The Circle Of Life! Seriously, when we were watching the movie at school, when it came to Let It Go, EVERYONE was singing along- actually, I shouldn't ...more
The plot is weak. Most of the songs on the soundtrack are forgettable. The "sisterly love" is barely shown throughout the whole movie. Seriously, Elsa doesn't seem like she cares that much. You could argue that she hid her powers to protect Ana all those years, but what would have really protected her is if she practiced her magic so she knew how to control herself, and let Ana know she was dangerous so that her sister wouldn't have lived in isolation for most of her life. Why was Ana in isolation anyway? She should have been able to go outside and stuff. And it honestly wasn't sad to me when the parents died. They seemed like jerks to both of their kids. Olaf didn't add anything to the plot. There seemingly was only a villain for like five minutes near the end. It seemed more so like the "villain" of this story was Ana's and Elsa's entire lives.
This movie is okay. Just okay. It's easily one of the weaker Disney films, that's for sure. I also know that I'll commit suicide if I ever have to watch it ever again before the film can end. I like maybe Let it Go (now more than ever because people have finally shut up about it) and that's it. My favorite song, Life's Too Short, didn't even make the final cut because it makes mention of a plot thread that never made the final cut. The entire movie can only be described as underwhelming. Everything about it is standard and bland. The characters aren't very interesting, the story is dull, the animation is nice, but nothing special. This movie is just kind of boring now to be honest.
I liked this film, but never felt "attached" to it somehow like most reviewers state. Maybe I have low emotions, but I felt no sorrow over touching scenes such as Mufasa's death, since there are plenty of other movies out there that were more poignant to me, specifically "The Boy in Striped Pajamas". Just about the only thing that I found appealing from the movie was the songs, particularly "The Circle of Life".
Simba portrays himself as a protagonist who one day wants more than nothing to be king, and then the next regrets everything in his life like a piece of cake, although he of course was not the culprit of his father's death. In a sense, he doesn't seem to have a strong will inside himself to be king for the majority of the movie, due to the realities of life that Mufasa teaches him in his childhood, and his brief abandoning of his time with the pride while in the jungle. His transformation into realizing his role in protecting the pride is momentary, which seems weird ...more
While, the Lion King is a good movie it is FAR from being one of Disney's best. There are huge problems with it. Like the main character, who is the most boring and generic thing in the whole movie. When compared to Anna, the protagonist of Frozen, there's just no contest, Anna is much more entertaining. Another problem is the music, most of it sucks. Be prepared is great, and I like circle of life, but everything else is just annoying. Once again compared to Frozen there's just no contest Frozen wins by a landslide, every single song is amazing. One other huge flaw is the botched up message. So Simba learns to face his past, but when he does he starts to lose, and every thing he was taught before is suddenly working against him. Nobody even helps him or gets backs him up much until they find out he didn't kill his father. So I guess the moral is never take responsibility for what you've done, because nobody will help you unless it turns out you really didn't commit the crime. How is ...more
Let's be honest. This movie isn't terrible, but if you watch it more than three times it gets so boring. The soundtrack is average and so is the storyline, I mean, it's just hamlet with animals. The characters aren't really likeable, and you can't tell if the movie is serious or funny. The only things that are great about this movie are
1. Scar. The villain. He gets the job done. He kills Mufasa and becomes king. He gets what he wants and is funny but terrifying at the same time.
2. The animation. It actually doesn't have a lot of mistakes like Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast. It also has a nice flow and is colorful as well as satisfactory for each scene.
But seriously, other then that, the movie is average.
More flawed than people blinded by nostalgia care to admit. I mean, it's a terrible movie or anything, but many things could have been made a lot better. Even as a kid I never understood why everyone claimed this film as not only the greatest Disney movie, but also as one of the best motion pictures ever made. The message is even kinda badly portayed in this movie. They try to teach kids that you should admit your mistakes, grow up and make up for it. But when Simba actually dies confront his past and rises up against Scar his family does not back him up because of his "mistake". It's not until he's innocent that he gets proper support from his mother and Nala. So remember kids: Never deal with your mistakes unless you didn't commit them...
When this movie first came out in 2016 it was everywhere and mostly everyone adored this movie like it was the best Disney movie ever but it is far from being a great family movie. The movie may look like a cheerful kid friendly movie about talking animals but it is really dark and not cheerful. It is about animal racism where predator animals like lions or foxes are treated unfairly by prey animals like bunnies and mice because of their species. So the surprise villain tries to turn all the predator animals into vicious beasts to then be chained, abused and locked up. I don't suggest for little kids to watch this movie. There are at least three jump scares. I don't think this movie is bad at all but it does not deserve 99% on Rotten Tomatoes.
I was debating between Frozen and this, but once I decided, I chose this, because at least Frozen is rated lower than Disney's classics and has seemed to become slightly less popular (emphasis on "slightly"). This is more overrated CRITICALLY. It's a fine movie, but 98% on Rotten Tomatoes? This movie was not THAT good. It has a lot of annoying problems, like it's stupid puns and product placement, mean and annoying side characters, horrible stereotypes, and a disgusting city. The only thing I find phenomenal about this movie is it's animation. Face it people, just because it has a good message doesn't mean it's a perfect film. There is better stuff out there.
News flash: it's not overrated. If you think a film's overrated because people still talked about it weeks after its release, you have the worst logic ever. Face it, Snow White is still talked about, Cinderella is still talked about, Sleeping Beauty is still talked about...these movie came out as early as the 1930s. So imagine how big they were when they were just released. Yeah. Think Zootopia is too talked about now? Suck it.
Comment sadly buried by that defender telling people who don't worship this movie to "suck it": "I used to love this film, but the more hype it got, the less respect I had for it. It's a perfectly fine movie, cute at best and aggravatingly boring at worst. It's a good movie, but there are so many flaws. People are giving this movie a pass because of the message, but the animation is not up to Disneys best, and most of the characters are one dimensional! "
Hmm... That's odd I was sure I was looking a overrated movies not underrated, first treasure planet and now this. First of this is a really great movie, if you haven't seen it go watch it, do I think it's better than the likes of the lion king... Well... HELL YEAH! I think this is honestly one of Disneys best (along with a few of my other personal favourites) so go watch it, go one right now. Plus the sequel ain't all that bad... It's actually watchable and dare I say it enjoyable.
There was only one original song, and it wasn't that special. Every single other song in the movie was an existing Elvis song or a remake thereof. Nothing against the King of Rock 'n Roll, but memorable original songs that are unforgettable really make a difference when it comes to Disney movies.
"Disney's REAL movie about sisters"? Please! This movie was all about Stitch and promoting Stitch! The relationship between the sisters wasn't shown that much nor did it have that much of a role. As for that "ohana" thing, it was more about accepting Stitch than anything.
"How is this an overrated movie? Last time I checked, it wasn't really that great of a movie."
Yeah, but try telling everyone who acts as if this was Disney's best movie ever and those who even go so far to say how "underrated" it is that.
I find it very overrated. The animation is good and I like the songs, but I can't stand Ariel or Eric. They are both just so focused on one aspect of each other, even though they know nothing about one another. Also, Ariel gets everything she wants even though she screwed up everything and didn't even try to fix her mistakes. It's not a horrible movie, and it did lead to the Disney Renaissance, which had spectacular films, but it just really annoys me.
Very overrated and not a very good movie at all. First off the only reason why its considered "good" because it saved Disney from a financial slump and has a few catchy songs. Moreover this is a move that teaches girls AND boys that your only has good has your looks. The main character, Ariel, gives up her only talent for a boy she only like because he is handsome. This movie sucks.
How is this less overrated than Lilo and Stitch? This movie was alright I guess. But all these stupid popular girls at my school just squeal over Ariel. She doesn't even have a nice singing voice. she's just a bland damsel in distress. She sells her voice to a witch just so she can try to find true love.
Never liked the story. A girl giving up her whole self (family and talent, which is basically all she had) for a boy she didn't even know. She only fell for him for his looks. Only thing good about this movie are the songs. But yeah, this movie is so overrated.
Sure, the plot was good, the premise is good, but is it really THAT GOOD? No. The execution was horrible, the comedy was eh, to be honest, I do not recommend this film. The film doesn't have memorable songs and doesn't have memorable characters. Honestly, go check it out, but I do not recommend this film at all. Also, for Frozen people and haters, yes it is overrated, but also, it is hated as much. I could argue that Frozen plots and premise is worse than Tangled, but its execution was AMAZING. The humor and characters were memorable. The songs...*hold it*. I know many people will hate me for it, but as much as I hate people singing let it go always, when I first hear the song of Frozen, I came back home and began to continue singing it.
So to sum it up, a good plot and beginning may be good, but that doesn't sum up everything.
And, to make you guys happy, yes Tangled is a good film, but it's just overrated. Which is what the list is trying to say. Hope you enjoy this ...more
I agree and disagree. It's popular, yes. But overrated? No. I have never once seen merchandise for this movie (except my friend has all the plushies of the characters so maybe that counts). The reason why it's so popular is because it's a new style animation done with a well known fairy tale. Every bit of this film was memorable as it was done with much passion and effort to retell the beloved story.
Okay, this movie deserves to be number one because of the fan brats. They're literally telling people to get cancer and die for saying, "He has the right to respect his opinion.". It's idiotic and they should know better. Didn't James Cameron raise the bar already? (If you don't know what I'm talking about, watch South Park. )
Rapunzel is a bland and annoying character, and the abuse she goes through is just a cheap plot device (she's only scared of the outside world when it's convenient, and she gets over it ridiculously quickly). Flynn is kind of funny and cool at times, but he starts out as an ass and doesn't have believable development. Maximus the horse is one of the better characters, but it's annoying that he gets charmed by Rapunzel so quickly. Rapunzel's pet Pascal is pointless and adds nothing of value to the movie. Gothel is a shallow bitch with no redeeming qualities whatsoever. She's not cool, not funny and not smart. Every single thing she does is just infuriating and makes me want her to be tortured to death.
The plot is really stupid too. It has too many implausible actions and twists. For instance, Rapunzel explicitly tells Gothel that she wants to leave the tower to see the lights on her birthday. What does Gothel do? Leave her alone on her birthday! *bangs head against wall* It's ...more
Overrated because the "representation matters" crowd felt the need to support it and push its "greatness" because in their minds not doing so meant Disney would make more "people of color" princesses. Meanwhile, ignoring the skin color of its heroine, this movie tried too hard to be "modern", the songs weren't that great, and ALL the characters (black, white, not human) were varying degrees of annoying or unappealing.
Everyone keeps bringing up how Tiana worked two jobs and was so "focused" and "driven" making her this wonderful, perfect role model and so much better than any other Disney princess (except maybe Mulan). Thing is, had Tiana been white none of that would have meant squat to the same people shouting her greatness from the rooftops.
To be honest, people only care about this movie so much solely because the heroine is black. Never mind that saying and acting like black girls can only like characters that are black themselves is just as racist as the fans claim those who don't worship this movie to be.
This movie is not at all overrated. It's in the "memorable" section, but not overhyped like Lion King and Frozen. It will be a classic for me because it was beautifully done and had a great time period to go off of.
Some of the songs are good, but other than that I feel the only reason this movie has gotten so much more popular now is mostly because of PC culture. I guess I'm one of the few people out there who watches movies to hear a good story, good characters, and good dialogue. Yeah, there's some of that here, but it's mostly overshadowed by how much they're trying to push feminism onto kids. I'm not saying I'm for or against feminism, but the general concept of a family movie (especially a Disney movie) fueled mostly with the objective of pushing a political movement I find absolutely absurd. Like I said before, I don't hate everything about it. But the sudden uprising of third-wave feminism that has made this movie way more popular than it's content really merits, then I can't help but consider this the most overrated Disney movie ever. (also, curse you whoever wrote "I'll Make a Man Out of You". I'll never get that song out of my head as long as I live.)
Too much emphasis on sexism, heroine whines about her lot in life early on and ONLY thinks to do something about it when her father is summoned to war, heroine spends most of the movie out over being discovered, annoying sidekick who was later reincarnated as the even more annoying Donkey from the "Shrek" franchise.
And people not shutting up about how great or how perfect this movie supposedly is puts it out of "underrated" territory.
How about doing a little more research on the source material, the poem/legend this was based on? It wasn't about Mulan proving herself or finally doing something right, it was her simply doing what she had to. Family honor and feminism had nothing to do with it. Had Disney stuck closer to the original source, the movie would have been a lot more worthy of the praise every things it "needs".
Nothing makes up for Mulan being all whiny and emo before being FORCED to become the Strong Female Character society holds dear, that I'll Make A Man Out Of You got overused and overplayed and contrary to popular belief DOES get old, and Mushu was right up there with Olaf, B.E.N., and the Gargoyles as far as annoying comic relief side characters.
This film is not a bad film at all. It's a conclusion to a story we've all grown up loving. As sad and dark as it was, I think it was needed to push the audience to a place where we have to feel like we might lose our beloved characters forever. We have to feel in order for it to make an impact. I personally love this film because it made me uncomfortable. Pixar had the guts to do that, and I applaud them for it. Overrated? Only because it made an impact on a captive audience. And really the most talked about moments would be when we thought the toys were going to die, and the end when Andy was giving the toys away to the little girl. Those moments SHOULD be talked about because they are emotionally driven moments that affect us as fans of the first 2.
Don't get me wrong, this movie was great and I really like it, but I hate when people say it was the best of the three, it really isn't as good as the first, and it is going to be a challenge for any animated movie to be better, but it was still a very well done and worthwhile movie.
Won the oscar for Best Animated Picture over the FAR superior How to Train Your Dragon, and frankly is one of the worst Pixar outings ever. It's almost completely joyless in comparison to practically all other Pixar films, especially the first Toy Story.
I really like this film and it is an excellent end to the trilogy. However, it is kind of the same story (get it? ) over and over again.
The toys get kidnapped/leave, meet new friends, and have to get back home before a deadline having to do with Andy.
I know Sleeping Beauty is a classic but compared to other Disney films this movie is very bland. The main character Aurora has barely any dialogue and screen time and she is just sleeping through most of the film.
I can't believe you couple of people below are hating on this movie. This movie is a timeless classic. Too romantic? No. It's not romantic enough actually. Aurora and Phillip should have had more screen time together, if anything. If it was bad though, Princess Aurora wouldn't be so popular. This movie gets praised for a reason, sure Aurora deserved more screen time, along with Phillip. The screen time that they got, though; was magical and breathtaking. The song, the dancing, the romance in the woods, it was enchanting.
Honestly, a really bland story. Everyone praises it, but really, it's not that great. It's a simple plot with horribly 1-Dimensional characters that have no backstory almost at all and Aurora is just another princess who isn't complete without a prince.
By itself, it's not overrated. But, there were so many other Disney movies just like it being produced at the time.
Ok I must agree that this movie is a bit overrated. Is it a bad movie, no, but one of Disneys best movies ever, I don't know if I would say that. The first time I watched it I thought it was good but not as good as previous Disney movies I watched, I enjoyed it no doubt but it wasn't as memorable as I excepted it to be.
I don't see how this movie could be overrated. It had Robin Williams who in my opinion was the greatest actor to ever live.
Dude, CHILL OUT! People are entitled to having ' OPINIONS! Your opoionion is that Frozen sucks, her/his is that it is a good movie. We are only human!
This movie is just a silly ' overrated ripoff of "The Thief and The Cobbler" - nothing more!
I actually really liked this movies... I don't really think it's overrated what so ever, you can buy like no merchandise for it and it didn't even get a sequel, I didn't even now this movie existed until a couple weeks ago, overrated usually means something that gets to much attention/praise, as treasure planet gets no attention or praise what so ever I don't think it deserves a place on this list never mind 7th place.
All the characters were annoying except Jim's mom, there was no need for weird sci-fi steampunk nonsense when a straight retelling of "Treasure Island" would have done just fine. For all the liberties it took, I prefer "Muppet Treasure Island" over this which has so many people shouting it's underrated that it's now the opposite.
Most of the "underrated" comments stem from Disney fan girls that jizzed their panties to this piece of trash as a kid. I can no Google search "Jim Hawkins" without a plethora of self inserts or Disney Princesses swabbing his deck in poorly written fanfics, fan art and even the hellpit that is the AMV's. And I thought Jack Frost fans were the pretentious ones.
This movie is great and isn't overrated at all. I just wish people would see the beauty in the mix of 2-D and 3-D animation. Jim is an amazing character and in the end you can see the "coming of age" in it.
The plot is just too crazy. Yes, I know that it wasnt Disney's fault the plot was like that, it was the original author's, but it is literally the most confusing and crazy plot ever with creepy and wacky (not in the good way) characters. The Tim Burton remake is awful, though.
"If you really want to know he went that way"
"The white rabbit."
"He did?! "
"Did what? "
"Went that way"
"Who did? "
"The white rabbit."
"What rabbit? " Funniest thing ever and no the animated one is a classic the Tim burton one is god awful
Horrible movie; so incredibly mean-spirited, everybody treats Alice like trash for no reason, and no redemption...yeah, horrible movie. Why people like it, I'll never know.
Okay this is a little stupid like I think I prefer the 2010 film because it had more of a story like this didn't have a very good ending the other one had a decent ending.
Never got the hype around it. It's fairly forgettable and the songs only seem to be there for the sake of having music, instead of being properly integrated into the story. And while the romance between Belle and the Beast was significantly better developed than most Disney romances, Shrek's take on the whole "don't judge a book by its cover" was far more engaging and successful, in my opinion.
And I really don't get why Belle is seen as such a feminist role model. Besides her passion for literature, she's just your typical, generic Disney Princess. I guess I'm just not particularly fond of the whole 'outcast', 'not like other girls' trope, especially since the other female human characters in the story are reduced to stereotypes. And the Beast doesn't really get much personality besides being 'the monster with a heart of gold', now does he? There were so many missed opportunities for his character development, but it just felt very rushed.
Overall, a highly overrated ...more
I'd say this movie less overrated than Frozen is, but it is definitely one of the MOST OVERRATED Disney movies to be honest. Belle is such a static character. She doesn't really change at all. Belle doesn't learn a lesson. Belle doesn't save anybody but her dad, and leaves the beast to deal with her stalker (Gaston) and the mob. Belle arrives to late, and it's ultimately the enchantress's spell that saves the beast. Belle just watched him die, after all. I find other movies zip along quite nicely, while this one drags and drags, whenever it's on. The closing songs are the annoying 90s material ( oh, oh, whaoh)-- featuring the extra long notes of that pop era.
I liked Aladdin, The Lion King, and The Little Mermaid more than Beauty and the Beast.
This movie is less overrated than "the absolute average mess" that is Frozen, but it is definitely among the MOST OVERRATED Disney films. Every time it was on during my childhood, it produced "yawns" from me. Belle is such a "static character" who does virtually nothing at all, save "read a few books," "wear some pretty gowns," and look "pretty." Belle saves her dad exactly one time, but in the end, Belle totally leaves the beast to deal with her stalker (Gaston) and the mob-- she basically has a big mouth and gives away their entire location! Belle is such a tattletale! I never saw how Belle saves the beast, either. It is ultimately the enchantress's spell that saves the beast. After all, Belle watches the beast die right in front of her. This movie was one of Disney's "meh" movies for me. I find that people really flock to it in droves, just like they did with Frozen, while other movies-- Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, Hercules,Tarzan, Mulan, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Atlantis, the ...more
This is one of the most overrated Disney movies of all time. It's less overrated than Frozen, but this movie has a very boring plotline, and Belle is just useless as a heroine. She doesn't save anybody, and just manages to get the beast in a lot of trouble.
There are too many people constantly claiming this film is "so underrated". The more they say stuff like that, it's gonna get overrated fast. Also I don't get why some people think that this is "kid friendly", unless you consider any of the film's messed up themes as "family friendly fun". I also never felt that connected to the film. I mean, don't get me wrong, the animation and music was amazing but I always thought the story was a bit boring and predictable. Main character is an outcast, the girl defends the main character, the antagonist wants to hook up with the girl, a bunch of shenanigans happen, the antagonist is defeated, and the protagonist succeeds. I don't hate the story, I just think it could use some improvement here and there. Also take out those annoying gargoyles.
Frollo is not the be-all-end-all of Disney villains, FAR too many people cry about how "underrated" this is that the word has lost all meaning, and I'm with the person who wonders why the heck Disney thought adapting Victor Hugo for a family film was such a great idea in the first place.
Everyone just keeps raving about it; I'm still wondering why the heck anyone thought Victor Hugo was a good source for a fun family film and hate all the changes made so as to make his work "fun" and "family friendly".
I'm disabled but I still couldn't get into this movie or Quasimodo. So much for "representation"!
Cars is so underrated and overhated. Just because Cars 2 was bad does not mean the first movie was bad. Most people hate it because it's about "Cars". Toy Story is about toys, Wall E is about robots, Monsters Inc is about monsters so what is wrong with the characters being cars?
This is not the most underrated Pixar movie. Cars is slow. It may have some of the greatest Pixar scenes such as Doc Races and California Race, but it is mainly the weakest Pixar movie. Even the sequel to this film (and I am a Cars liker, one major reason why is its character design seems inspired by Sonic the Hedgehog) is a better Pixar movie. Also, some of this movie's fans on some lists of TheTopTens get too angry when they see Cars on lists of worst movies. I give Cars a worthwhile rating of 6/10 (a 7 for the animation, a 9 for the sound, a 5 for the story and a 5 for the characters).
If Cars was considered underrated, than why was it everywhere?!
This is actually the most underrated Pixar movie!
Never liked this story. Every retelling makes me feel like Cinderella "deserves" a prestigious life after being emotionally tortured by her step mother and step sisters. How about a story where she doesn't get the prince?! Plus, why is it that the prince doesn't recognize her after dancing together at a ball? If he really loved her, he's know what the heck she looked like, even WITH rags on! Overrated for me, for sure!
She needed a fairy godmother. She couldn't do it herself. Wow...
In my opinion, this implies to all Star Wars movies. Star Wars isn't a good franchise, The Force Awakens is the only good one! I'd rather watch the Tom and Jerry movie (1992 and 2021)
It's a great movie, but compared to other Star Wars movies, it's one of my least favorites.
Oh my god it's really overrated. It's boring, bland, and unnecessary.
This is possibly one of the best star wars movies ever made. The action was there from begining to end
Hello have you read Urban Dictionary? This movie is not overrated, its overhated. I only chose to watch it originally to lust over Zac Efron.
But beware I read rumours of a fourth movie and television series.
I thought the fourth was just going to be college movie but eventually learnt none of the cast wanted to do it.
But I Dream (2004 CBBC) is the original High School Musical.
S Club Juniors and some other random teens.
Bad actors, horrible annoying music, and rip off of all of the half decent Disney Channel movies in its time. This movie is an overrated annoying piece of crap.
Why does this thing even exist? That's a scary thought. It cost money which could have been used for more important things like <insert whatever you want here>.
This was a horrible movie SOME songs where okay but I don't know why everyone loved it so much like its not the masterpiece everyone says it is.
This is one of my favourite Disney movies,first of James woods as Hades was perfect! I liked the characters and as a person who usually find that main female character extremely annoying I loved Meg and she became one of my favourite Disney characters ever. The songs were beautiful and the movie has one of my favourite soundtracks out of all the Disney movies. Honestly I think this movies doesn't get enough praise. So why is it on most overrated Disney movies, last time I checked it was pretty underrated...
In my opinion, this is one the most underrated Disney movies. It has the best soundtrack(tied with some but never better than.) Meg is unique. No other Disney princess can come close to her sass level. (I love them, but I love Meg just as much.) The villain is my favorite Disney villain ever. He is sassy too. Hercules is sweet, clumsy, and determined. I love this movie. Plus, with "That's Phil's boy" this movie is magical. Also, Meg (who is actually a princess) isn't an official Disney princess. She marries Hercules(I checked there was a spin off thing where it is revealed they got married officially). Hercules is the son of the King of the gods. So, I'd say this is so underrated Meg never got her rightful title as an official Disney princess.
This is so underrated even though we cannifer Meg married the son of the King of the Gods Meg isn't a Disney princess. It is hilarious (It has the funniest villain), great love story, a strong protagonist, funny sidekicks, every song in the movie is personal classic, and a storyline that is more than just romance.(it works for some movies but I tend to like romance to the side)
My friend is disgusted that I have never seen the lion king or Aladdin or Bambi, and is so obsessed with the gospel truth from this movie. My childhood was not animated Hercules and Elsa, it was Obi Wan, Indiana Jones, and Jack Sparrow. Deal with it.
The Plot is overrated and the Jones are forgettable, its not a bad film, but not as good as finding nemo though
This movie is overrated because people go crazy for this movie because it is about Superheroes which is an overrated popular theme among Pop culture or because of that "Where's Mah Supersuit?" meme. The original Incredibles is a great movie but people could not stop talking about this movie and its sequel back in 2018.
I watched this movie its not a good hero film the city and eviroments look lifeless and boring. the characters are bascally a more boring version of the fantastic four. the plot is the same ol disney story. good guy retires but with the power of family and friendship they save the day. also the movie ripoffs dc comics and marvels ideas of banning superheros they did it first not the incredibles. just watch the x men films that came out at the same time or the dark knight trigoly or the mcu you will realize how outdated and crappy this film is. the incredibles like up is nothing special and its sequel is more of the same but at least has some character development
It was alright of a movie but Its not as good as everyone says it is like ok superheros defeat an evil supervillan like it was a very predicable movie.
Ugh... no! no! A thousand times no. Watch it once, and it will change your mind of how great it really is.
I hate that this is movie is on here! Whats so wrong with showing holidays in movies! This movie is good! I can't believe that someone put this on here! It has got everything most people like. It has holidays, heart, and love. The animation rocks so do the actors. This movie has made one of the best songs for Halloween, it has great heroes and villains.
I don't understand why this movie is considered overrated.
1: sure it is highly popular but really, unless you are in the Disneyland haunted mansion line in October, no one talks about it.
2: it's not a Disney movie. That like saying Star Wars is a Disney movie. Sure, it's under Disneys touchstone label but untill it literally has that whole castle opening, it's not Disney.
Actually, this was originally distributed by Touchstone Pictures, which is one of several "labels" Disney uses to make movies different than what the Disney name usually invokes. However, all subsequent theatrical and DVD releases of this movie have been just credited to plain ol' Disney, so yes this is a Disney movie.
Nightmare Before Christmas is technically not a Disney movie. But I don't think
It's overrated. I find it to be a great Christmas film, if a tad gross and disturbing.
But it's Tim Burton, for goodness' sake! You can expect weird and wacky imagery
Why did they change the focus from Video Games to the internet like Instagram and Twitter. The video game environment was what made the first one so special. The only two characters from the first movie that come back are Ralph and Vanellope. Yes I know that Felix, Calhoun, and Sonic appear but they have like 2 minutes of screen time. Vanellope abandons Ralph for the Grant Theft Auto like game so she can hang out with the punk girl. Also so many people obsess over that Disney princesses scene. Also flossing Ralph and Fortnite references? Why Disney?
Ralph and Vanellope weren't who they were in the original and the spinoff children's books, the Sugar Rush characters were reduced to generic brats, Felix and Calhoun might as well have not returned, Slaughter Race is just dull uninspired edgelord garbage, an the Disney Princesses in their new Forever 21 outfits weren't necessary.
The Oh My Disney scenes with the Princesses in head to toe Hot Topic acting very stereotypical were AWFUL! And everything about that Slaughter Race thing was totally uninspired crap, including that "perfect" new friend (if not girlfriend) for Vanellope.
Why the crap is everyone so in love with that boring, flat, uninspired, undeveloped new lady gangster character? Oh, right, she's played by GAL GADOT who for some reason can just sneeze and be the "best thing about any movie".
I honestly found this movie to be boring. People treat this movie like it is the best movie ever created and get mad at anyone that does not like it. I'm sorry to the people that love this movie but I don't like it.
This is my absolute favorite movie of all time, and it is very underrated. I love this movie because you can really tell the emotions the characters are feeling, even though they communicate through various noises. Wall.E's romance with EVE is so adorable. In fact, Wall.E himself is super cute!
This movie is the highest rated Pixar movie on IMDB. Screen Junkies thinks this is better than The Incredibles. This movie isn't bad, but its just boring for me. I don't see why so many people love this movie so much.
Boring boring boring