Many are eagerly awaiting Disney Plus. The subscription streaming service (SVoD) will not arrive empty-handed in France on March 24. In his bag, he embeds all (or almost) of the cartoon classics and other Disney / Pixar animated films. That’s not all, since most of the Star Wars and Marvel films are also part of it.
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In short, there will be beautiful people on the bill. To help you wait, here is a top 10 of the contents of the catalog according to their Metacritic score. This is determined by the site by compiling press reviews.
1 – Pinocchio (1940)
According to data from Metacritic, Disney’s version of the classic tale
for children is an almost perfect film. Among other things, he popularized the song ”
When we pray the lucky star “And Kate Cameron from New York Daily News the
qualified for ” most enchanting film ever brought to the screen ” Difficult to contradict it on this one. The epic of the wooden puppet turned human is undoubtedly one of the most emblematic classics of Disney.
2 (tied) – Dumbo (1941)
Among the two versions of Dumbo available on Disney Plus, it is the Oscar-winning cartoon that is unanimous, more than the film released in 2019 in cinemas. Tim Burton’s remake in 2019 is good, but it doesn’t match the original.
2 (tied) – Fantasia (1940)
When Walt Disney decides to combine orchestral music and his expertise in animation. An ambitious marriage which nevertheless earned him two Honorary Oscars. Shortly after its release in 1940,
the Los Angeles Times praised the film, speaking of “… the experience
the noblest of a magician in his artistic and creative field. ”
2 (tied) – Ratatouille (2007)
This feature film which received the Oscar for best animated film is the creation
Highest ranked Pixar in this top 10. For A.O. Scott of
New york times, Ratatouille East ” almost popular work of art
perfect ” What is certain is that it will undoubtedly please your children, and surely even the older ones.
3 (tied) – Beauty and the Beast (1991)
This doubly Oscar-winning Disney can pride itself on upgrading its remake
in animated film. It is crowned with glowing reviews like that of
Jay Carr from Boston globe : ” It’s an instant classic, in every respect
equal to the great Disney cartoons of the past. ”
3 (tied) – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1938)
For the critic Roger Ebert, this cartoon is the work of a genius and ”
every animated feature film made from him owes something ” It is true that it is a classic among the classics.
3 (tied) – Toy Story (1995)
Pixar’s first feature was awarded an Honorary Oscar.
Michael Rechtshaffen, from Hollywood Reporter, called it ” classic born
“And its place in this top makes perfect sense.
3 (tied) – WALL-E (2008)
A lonely robot on a desolate Earth finds love in this Pixar movie
who won the Oscar for best animated film. David Edelstein, from
New york magazine, considers it ” a masterpiece to savor before or
After the end of the world ” A very poetic way to say that he loved it.
4 – Vice-versa (2015)
Oscar winner for best animated film, this Pixar creation
skillfully narrates the end of childhood. Moira Macdonald of Seattle Times
talking about a film that ” leaves you changed, entertained, nostalgic, dazzled ”
5 – Toy Story 3 (2010)
Oscar winner in 2010, this is the only suite in our top 10 and it has not stolen its place.
6 – Bambi (1942)
This benevolent, albeit sometimes frightening, look from Disney on
woodland creatures is a great animation classic: a tale ” full
of tenderness whose characters tickle the heart According to Variety. Just that.
7 – (tied) Nemo (2003)
Another Oscar-winning Pixar film, this underwater tale was praised by Neil Smith
of Total Movie as “ the most effective alloy of comedy, art and
7 (tied) – The Incredibles (2004)
The story of a family of superheroes, signed Brad Bird, won two
Oscars in 2004, including one for best animated film, and was praised
by Jennifer Frey from Washington Post like a movie ” lots of little
wonderful touches ” Like the vast majority of spectators, we loved it.
7 (tied) – Star Wars: Star Wars (1977)
The first Star Wars, acclaimed in 1977 by Gerald Clarke of Time like a “
grand and glorious film Is the highest rated episode of the saga on Metacritic. For many fans, this is simply the best opus in the Star Wars galaxy.
8 – Treasure Island (1950)
The 1950 Disney version of Robert’s great literature classic
Louis Stevenson was the first feature film live action from the studio.
9 (tied) – The Lion King
According to Metacritic data, this cartoon which won two
Oscars, described as “ film on the transition to mystical adulthood,
thrilling and breathtaking “By Dolores Barclay fromAssociated Press,
It also outperforms the Disney remake released in 2019. Again, this does not surprise us at all. The original is very often better than the copy.
9 (tied) – The Little Mermaid (1989)
It’s the cartoon that signed Disney’s modern renaissance, with the
song ” Under the ocean »Awarded with an Oscar. Chicago critic
Sun-Times, Roger Ebert, saw a film there “ so creative and fun
deserves a comparison with the best Disney works of the past ”
9 (tied) – Mary Poppins (1964)
This 1964 musical about a magic nanny won five
Oscars, including that of the best actress for Julie Andrews. ” One of the
greatest children’s films of all time », Dixit TV Guide.
9 (tied) – Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
This tale starring a very young Natalie Wood is not a film
Disney, but it appears in the Disney Plus catalog and remains a reference of the genre.
9 (tied) – Toy Story 2 (1999)
This sequel tells us about Buzz Lightyear’s mission to save a Woody in great difficulty. The
movie is “ funnier, more thoughtful and more mature “Than her predecessor, according to Janelle Brown of Living room. What is certain is that it is a safe bet for animated films of the past thirty years.
10 (tied) – Jane (2017)
Moira Macdonald of Seattle Times said about the film about the life of primatologist Jane Goodall that it was ” very
evocative as a memorable portrait of a woman … [qui] contributed
to make the world a better place ”
10 (tied) – The Incredible Journey (1963)
Two dogs and a cat embark on an incredible journey in this film
Disney that Howard Thompson of the New York Times considered ” a film in
colors as soft, warm and beautiful as any pet owner
company may wish ”
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