This was inspired by starlight77. I thought it was be cool to make my own.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs:
Ah, the first Disney Classic. Now, I'll be honest. I'm not a gigantic fan of this film. I do like Snow White, she's simply adorable. However, this film is probably my least favorite DP one and probably only because it was the first of Disney's, meaning not as good animation as say, Aladdin. Anyway, my favorite scene for this movie has to be the first five or so minutes before the Forest Scene. It's short, but we get to understand the true meaning of how evil the Queen really is.
This scene has been a favorite of mine ever since I was young. I feel in awe because of how deep and twisted the Huntsman says the sentence, and it can be easily connected to running away from real life problems. So, it's safe to say that even if I don't like the film that much, I love this scene easily.
I haven't seen this film or Pocahontas in a long time, surprisingly. I just have to say here that the first three Disney Princess films probably have my top three villains. They're quiet, but yet they have such a dark want to kill the heroine, or worse, her and her prince. Although the song isn't high on my list of favorite Disney songs, I adore the scene of A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes. It's the most memorable scene for me, since I didn't have a perfect childhood the song always made me feel better.
This film is an eerie start to just how scary Disney can become, as well as Snow White. The film, again, may not have had the best animation to some people, but I believe it's some of the best. However, I have to say out of all the scenes, the scene where Aurora follows the green light is the best.
The Little Mermaid:
Most likely one of Disney's most memorable films, I didn't see it until I was around ten.
Weird, I know, but I didn't really understand the big deal. Ariel is also one of my least favorites. I couldn't connect to her as well as some. I don't have really great connections to my dad, either, but that's probably about it. So, without agruement, the ending is my favorite. It's short paced, but everyone is happy and without a problem. It's funny, because of how Sebstation is chased by the chef, while at same time, it's sad and happy because of how Ariel says, "I love you, Daddy."
Beauty and The Beast:
I love this film SO much, and not just because Belle has been my favorite Disney Princess since about, forever. I've always loved the fighting scene so much, though. It was really time here for Disney to show a true hatred given across of Gaston. It used to terrify me to bits, making me squeeze the pillow as tight as possible for the Beast. Yes, I had known straight away that I had a crush on a monster with a gentle heart.
This film is probably the most connected to reality, along with Hunchback of Notre Dame, for a few people, including me. It shows outcasts, lonely depressed souls, and near abusive idiots with an even dumber sidekick. It's just so true that I don't see how some can hate it.
This film, I'm convinced, was shown to most people until they were at least eight or so, at the time when sleep-overs and painting your toenails was way more cooler than Disney. I first saw this flim a while or so after BATB, and it quickly became another favorite because of the same problem Aladdin faced to connect to Belle. Both were teased endlessly by their town for rather stupid reasons. So, One Jump Ahead's reprise has to be the best reprise. Although only fifty one seconds we learn so much about Al's trouble and what he really 'wants.' Quick paced, but to the point of the main character. Not only that, but it's also probably the most connected Disney song for me.
The scene that Pocahontas meets John Smith. The stares are peaceful, for at once there doesn't seem to be a hint of loud hype. Pocahontas is known mostly for it's controversy, how it doesn't connect in to what really happened, and the dreaded Shall Not Be Named Sequel. I personally don't get these points. They may be true, however, this is Disney. It's not supposed to be exactly the same as what really happened.
I love the songs in this movie! My favorite is and has always been Reflection. Another short paced, but exactly to the point. Not only this, but it's also the most connected song I've EVER heard. We all have probably felt like we wouldn't get our dream or that we didn't belong. For a minute, we understand Mulan's insecurity and problem with her family. It's just brilliant.
Princess And The Frog:
Pretty much any scene with Charlotte. She's hilarious! Not only that, but she wears the best outfits, and you just can't help but love her. Not only that but for a rich girl she's actually kind for her BFF Tiana.
I'll be honest again. I haven't seen all of this film yet. While I was I See The Light, something kept me in the way of doing it. The weird thing is that is my favorite scene. Flynn's and Rapunzel's voice mixed is just so perfect. We see the true love for each other and the music is perfect. It even made me cry at first. That's saying something..
Here's the pictures!