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There's no denying that I love villains, whether they're sympathetic, tyrannical or just flat out evil, villains almost always steal the show for me.
So, I'd like to dedicate this blog post to my top 10 favourite Disney villains.
Please keep in my mind that this is my personal opinion, so put your pitchforks away.
If I could have put all the Pinocchio villains on, I would, but in all honesty, I can't see myself liking Coachman, Strombolli and Monstro any higher than the other villains on this list.
Anywho, onto Honest John and Gideon.
These two have some of the best chemistry between each other in the history of comedy, and the slapstick between them almost always hits the mark.
Most people complain that Gideon was mu…
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There's been a lack of general consensus about how the films of Disney history have been broken apart, so I'd like to give my two cents.
- Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
I've called this the establishing era, because people were more used to shorts from Disney and live acton features, and weren't yet accustomed to Disney, and, as such, the films' successes were hit-and-miss.
Films like Snow White, Dumbo and Cinderella were critical and financial successes, but Pinocchio, Fantasia and Bambi (while critical successes) were failures at the box office.
- Saludos Amigos
- Three Caballeros
- Make Mine Music
- Fun and Fancy Free
- Melody Time
- The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr Toad
The compilation era's name goes withou…
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Posters including villains (and villainous heroes :P).Read more >
"You ain't never had a friend like me" - Robin Williams
A man like Robin Williams come once, maybe twice a century.
He made us laugh, he made us cry. And there is no denying he made a big impact on us.
Whether it was his pop culture references in Aladdin, his fatherly wisdom in Night at the Museum or his cross-dressing in Mrs. Doubtfire, he always performed to his highest potential.
Rest in Peace, Robin Williams, you will be missed.Read more >