Disney's Count Up Video for Tangled: Their 50th Animated Movie

November 24, 2010
Source: SlashFilm


Arriving in theaters everywhere this week is Disney's Tangled (watch a trailer), not only a wonderful new Disney movie, but also their 50th animated motion picture. That is impressive, but most of all they've left an unforgettable legacy, as Disney animated movies will remain some of the greatest ever made. Disney Animation whipped up a fun "count up" video reminding you of all 50 of their animated films, leading up to Tangled. Not only is just a great video to watch, but this gives me the opportunity to mention Tangled again and just how much I love it. I saw it again last night and it really is quite wonderful. Watch the video below!

This is such a amazing walk down memory lane that makes me happy to watch. How many of you have seen every single one of those? Watching all of those movies flash by reminds me yet again why I love that studio so damn much. Since there were no titles included in this video, if you want to check out the complete list of all 50 animated motion pictures that Disney has made since 1937, you can right head over to Wikipedia. And yes, if you enjoyed watching this or love Disney movies as well, make sure you go see Tangled, it really is wonderful and now one of my new favorites. Disney is definitely still making great animated films today!

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That was so cool! Really brings back memories. And i haven't watched all of those! I think i know what i'll be doing during christmas break.

AcornPenguin on Nov 24, 2010


I just got back from seeing it for the first time. It was incredible! The artwork, animation and story was so well done it was unbelievable. For my money there hasn't been an animated feature starring humans that has been this well animated in 3D. The acting and physics were so perfect you forgot you were watching characters and not live actors. The intricacy and design of this film rivals Finding Nemo and Wall-E. They were taking on a big challenge when they decided to tackle the Disney Princess and have it not feel recycled and flat. They blew the roof off. Incredible.

Alex Marston on Nov 24, 2010



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