Comments for Ranking Walt Disney Animation’s “talking animal” movies in honor of “Zootopia”

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    simmy25

    Rescuers down under isn’t the first to use computer animation. Little Mermaid, Great Mouse Detective and Black Cauldron all used it in different ways before.

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    A1anne

    Well Brother Bear the main character was human for something like the 15 first minutes …

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    Jones

    Bambi on 12? That´s like saying the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel is “nice”…

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    EricJ

    Like Beauty&Beast, I’ve never heard anyone defend Lion King with arguments other than “It’s FAMOUS!” “It’s POPULAR!” “It should have gotten an OSCAR, just like B&B!” or the old favorite, “It came out during the 90’s RENAISSANCE!”
    How about something in the ballpark of “It’s good”?–And if we can’t manage that, would that really be a good excuse for putting Lady & the Tramp third?
    (For similar reasons, I’ve never heard anyone who first saw Rescuers Down Under in theaters as an -adult- have good things to say about it…)

    Home on the Range wasn’t that bad, and seems to have inherited all the historical fan-hatred against it for coming out right after Treasure Planet, around the time we were hoping that Chris Sanders would be rewarded for Lilo & Stitch by kicking out Eisner.
    Nowadays, fans just know they have to hate it with a murderous passion, and can’t remember why.

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    Rescuers down under isn’t the first to use computer animation. Little Mermaid, Great Mouse Detective and Black Cauldron all used it in different ways before.

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