Sunday, 6 April 2014

Happy Birthday Sky Movies Disney

I am genuinely a huge fan of Disney animations. I know, for an almost 23-year-old girl, that is a really embarrassing thing to come out with on a public blog, but in the end, it'll come out anyway and you might as well know now. So the reason for telling you that was not because this is part of a weird blogging thing where I am going to hype up this channel, partially because I don't even have it. No, this is a valid and crafty excuse for me to celebrate all things Disney without being entirely nerdy.

So without further ado, I am going to share with you my top five heroes and villains from the Disney Animated Classics. Lets start with the good guys:

5. Tarzan
He saved the gorillas and got the girl, all whilst wearing the smallest imaginable piece of clothing available to him.

4. Wreck-It Ralph
The ultimate bad guy gone good, who saved the entire arcade using a crazy coca-cola bottle volcano. Now tell me that's not awesome.

3. Quasimodo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Not only did he defy the man who had kept him prisoner all his life, he saved the girl he loved from a fiery death and then had the strength to let her be with another man.

2. Hercules
Super-strength, super brave and he has a God for a father. When it all came down to it though, he decided he'd rather live a life with love than an eternity as a lonely God.

1. Mulan
Saviour of China, bravest Disney princess ever and has a dragon as a companion. Hell yes she's number one.

And for the villains:

5. Cruella De Vil, 101 Dalmations
Scary crazy lady with a penchant for killing pets for fashion. A real case for animal cruelty, and the most obvious evil name in the world.

4. Maleficent, Sleeping Beauty
Magical and hell-bent on revenge, she's the reason why no-one should mess with a woman scorned.

3. Scar, The Lion King
Why you've been terrified of your weirdly macabre uncle all your life.

2. Jafar, Aladdin
Power-mad, clever and intent on ruling Agraba for himself. No moral compass and the best evil laugh in the business.

1. Dr Facilier, the Witch-doctor voodoo-man in The Princess and the Frog
He messes with things he probably shouldn't and he wants to give incredible creepy voodoo demons the souls of (fairly) innocent people. Plus he's got very disturbing magical powers.

Do you guys agree? I'd love to hear from you in the comments below.