According to IMDB, these are the top 10 Walt Disney Animation Studios films

According to IMDB, these are the top 10 Walt Disney Animation Studios films ...

Only those released under the Walt Disney Animation Studios are counted among Disney's classics. It was founded by Walt and Roy O. Disney in 1923, making it the world's longest-running animation studio. The first animated film was released in 1937 with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Strange World, Walt Disney Animation Studios' sixty-first film, will be released this November. While often associated with original work and compelling stories, not all of Disney's films have landed with critics or audiences. Whether it's poor timing or behind-the-scenes meddling, something about these films makes even the most devoted Disney fans rethink their choices.

10: Oliver and Company (6.6 Stars)

An orphaned kitten named Oliver who lives in New York City is taken in by a pack of street dogs in exchange for paying off a loan shark, but is taken in by a lonely rich girl. Everything gets worse when the loan shark kidnaps the girl, and things escalate even further.

Although it has good music and a good design for New York City, it does not add anything new to this classic tale and under-utilizes the animal characters. Upon its release, Don Bluth's The Land Before Time dominated the worldwide box office. However, it made more money domestically, which would help contribute to the Disney Renaissance.

9.Dinosaur (6.4 Stars)

Aladar, an iguanodon who was taken far from his nest and adopted by a family of lemurs, is told in Disney's first computer-generated film, which is a series of myths about him and the survivors' island home being destroyed when he is grown, forcing him and the survivors to return to the mainland. They join a herd of dinosaurs that is on their way to their nesting site in a remote area.

8.Fun and Fancy-Free (6.4 Stars)

Due to the war, Disney Animation was forced to lower costs by combining several film concepts into single films with loose plots tying them together. Fun and Fancy-Free is a story about a circus bear and Mickey, Donald, and Goofy reenacting Jack and the Beanstalk using Jiminy Cricket and puppeteer Edgar Bergen as a framing device.

Although the dialogue with Jiminy, Bergen, and his puppets may be jarring, the individual stories aren't too bad. This film would be Walt Disney's last film to voice Mickey Mouse, because they're better to find the shorts individually rather than watching them together.

7.The Black Cauldron (6.3 Stars)

Lloyd Alexander's adaptation of The Chronicles of Prydain is about a boy named Taran who dreams of living a fulfilling and fulfilling life as a warrior. One day, while daydreaming, he loses a pig with powers of prophecy to the evil Horned King's minions. The villain intends to discover an artifact that will allow him to summon an army of undead warriors.

This was the movie that almost destroyed Disney animation in 1985. It suffers from an excessively dark tone, a generic story, and an unfocused narrative as a result of twelve minutes being removed from the final product. It was so bad that The Care Bears Movie performed better than it did at the box office.

6.The Three Caballeros (6.3 Stars)

The United States of America wanted to strengthen its relationships with Latin and South America under President Franklin D. Roosevelt. They requested Disney to produce two films that would assist them in this endeavor. The first included Donald Duck, Jose Carioca, and the Mexican rooster Panchito Pistoles, naming themselves the three caballeros.

The film is a mixed bag when it comes to content. Many of the short films are fun, especially near the beginning, but the main focus quickly loses focus of its narrative, with the third act divulging into Donald trying to make out with human women and a strange dancing cacti.

5.Make Mine Music (6.2 Stars)

Many of Disney's animators served in the army during World War II, leaving the studio with dozens of projects and not enough people. Walt developed short stories that he would combine with music similar to Fantasia, but with contemporary tunes, voice acting, and narration. Ten of these shorts were released as Make Mine Music.

This film contains several funny shorts, such as "All The Cats Join In," "Peter and the Wolf," and "Mighty Casey Up to Bat." However, the film has been edited several times over the years due to concerns over some, such as "The Martins and the Coys." To date, this film is the only one in Disney's animated canon that is not available on Disney+.

4.Melody Time (6.2 Stars)

Melody Time is a film that combines many unfinished ideas into a single film, following the same lead as Make Mine Music. This time, the film's crew edited just seven shorts, allowing the filmmakers to improve them more consistently.

Melody Time has a few more memorable hits compared to its predecessor. The two standout films are "The Legend of Johnny Appleseed" and "Pecos Bill," which tell the stories of American folk heroes. The rest of the shorts are enjoyable, but they feel lacking compared to Disney's story-driven offerings.

3.Saludos Amigos (6.1 Stars)

The First among the American government's Good Neighbor Policy short films explores South American cultures and landscapes in order to enlighten American consumers. The Brazilian Parrot, Jose Carioca, also appears.

Saludos Amigos has a good intention but a baffling execution, especially in today's digital media era. There are only four shorts, and it's the worst Disney film to date, at forty-two minutes long.

2.Chicken Little (5.7 Stars)

Chicken Little is ridiculed by his peers for thinking that the sky was falling. A year later, he rebuilds his reputation by joining his town's baseball team and becoming the star player. However, he was wrong about things falling from the sky as he and his friends discover a lost alien child.

Chicken Little is, despite being the second-highest-grossing film of 2005, Disney's most mean-spirited film to date. The townspeople are cruel to this poor kid and only accept him when he feeds into their narcissism. The worst character in the movie is his father, who is willing to throw his son under the bus if it means saving his life, yet the film expects us to want them both to make up by the end.

1.Home on the Range (5.3 Stars)

Maggie, a cow thief who steals hers, is sold to a farm after an Alameda Slim, a notorious cattle thief, ruining hers. Maggie convinces two other cows to assist her capture the bandit and claim his reward. They'll have to compete with the sheriff's horse, who wants to impress his idol, a local bounty hunter.

Home on the Range is a travesty, with flat characters, too many cow jokes, and a narrative that is trying to be a grand western but is being pushed back by Disney executives. This film has earned an unfair reputation as the death of traditional animation.