I’m 23 And I'm Not Apologizing For Being A Fan Of Disney Movies
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I’m 23 And I'm Not Apologizing For Being A Fan Of Disney Movies

Being my age might seem a little weird to actually love Disney movies, but what can I say I'm a kid at heart

I’m 23 And I'm Not Apologizing For Being A Fan Of Disney Movies

For those who know me know that I love anything, Disney. No, I'm not talking about Disneyland in either California or Florida, honestly never been to either, but that's a different story. I'm talking about the Disney movies; Pixar, Walt Disney Picture films, and animated as well as the live action ones. I love both old and new and I love the ones that involve music and singing, I sing along to them all the time. Sorry, not sorry.

I'm 23 years old and I am happy to say that I love these movies and I understand that it might be weird for me to admit but I no longer care if I get judged because I love these movies or that I go see them when they come out to theaters. I am proud to say I am a kid at heart and I always look forward to seeing what comes next and I love rewatching my favorites.

Over the years I have watched my fair share of Disney movies, especially the animated ones, such as Lion King which will forever be my favorite. I am a little worried about the live action Lion King, but I know that I have to give it a chance. I already know picking a favorite is near to impossible for me to do. I will say that I love the ones where singing is involved somehow, granted not all are involved in singing at all, but they are still on my list none the less.

For me, it's all about having a great story with something for everyone who watches it. For me, the best movies are romance, comedy, family, a storyline with heartache in it, and a great song. Some of my favorites are…

1. Lion King (all)

2. Lilo & Stitch

3. The Cheetah Girls (all)

4. Bambi (all)

5. Lady and the Tramp 

6. The Aristocats

7. Pocahontas

8. Beauty and the Beast (both versions)

9. Tarzan

10. Meet the Robinson's

11. Chicken Little

12. Monsters Inc.

13. Mulan

14. Princess and the Frog 

15. Inside Out

16. Zootopia

17. Frozen

18. Coco

19. Moana

20. High School Musical (all)

21. A Bug's Life

22. Wall-E

23. Fox and the Hound

24. Homeward Bound (all)

25. Dinosaur

26. Snow Dogs 

27. The Country Bears

28. The Lizzie McGuire Movie

29. The Pacifier

30. Hannah Montana the Movie

31. Big Hero 6

32. The Chronicles of Narnia (all)

33. Bridge to Terabithia

34. Brother Bear (both)

35. Remember the Titans 

36. Tangled 

37. Wreck It Ralph

38. Maleficent

39. Tomorrowland

40. Pirates of the Caribbean (all)

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