In this topic, we will discuss the Top 3 Animated Fantastic Classics “Fantasia,” “Tangled,” and “Wreck-It Ralph” are three classics in the world of animation. Each movie offers a unique story with a masterful way of storytelling. These movies are liked by audiences of all ages around the world and offer unforgettable experiences. “Wreck-It Ralph” is a game that is originally based on Donkey Kong (1981) where the angry character Ralph destroys buildings and Fix-It Felix, Jr. tries to fix the buildings. “Tangled” is Loosely based on an amazing and classical German fairy tale Rapunzel.
Most will remember it for the bit in which Mickey Mouse has an intense experience with magic and broomsticks. Dressed in his iconic red robe and blue moons and stars cap. But there’s so much more to this 1940s Disney classic.
Synopsis: Collection of animated interpretations of great works of classical music. Such as ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice’ (P. Dukas) with Mickey Mouse, and ‘The Rite of Spring’ (Stravinsky). Which tells the story of evolution, and ‘The Dance of the Hours’ (Ponchielli) is a ballet with elephants, hippos, crocodiles, and ostriches.
We can say that ‘Tangled’ was the film that brought Disney back to the splendor of the 90s classics. A fairy tale (Rapunzel’s) turned into a musical with modern sensibilities, cultural references, and a great sense of humor and romanticism. A winning combination that made it a studio hit.
Synopsis: When the kingdom’s most wanted – and charming – bandit, Flynn Rider, hides out in a mysterious tower. He takes Rapunzel hostage, a beautiful and clever teenager with 70-foot-long golden hair, who is locked in the tower. The singular prisoner, looking for her passport to get her out of her confinement where she has remained for years. Seals a pact with the handsome thief. That’s how the duo launches into an action-packed journey, complete with a super-cop horse, an overprotective chameleon, and a tough gang of thugs.
Wreck-It Ralph (2012)
What if the villain could become the hero? This film shows us that we are not defined by the way in which we have been programmed or educated. But by the decisions we make and the courage we put into life’s challenges. That is what the protagonist of this film will have to learn in his adventures through arcade video games.
Synopsis: For decades Ralph has been in the shadow of Fix-It Felix, Jr. the good boy and video game star who always manages to fix messes. Ralph is fed up with being the bad guy so he gets down to business. He travels the arcade through several generations of video games to prove that he too can be a hero. On his journey, Ralph bumps into Vanellope von Schweetz, a “bug” from Sugar Rush, a go-kart game made of candy, who may well become his first real friend. But everything changes when a deadly enemy appears that endangers the entire arcade.
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