Top 3 Disney’s Animated Wonders

Top 3 Disney Animated Wonders
Top 3 Disney Animated Wonders
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Let’s discuss the Top 3 Disney Animated Wonders as we look into the narratives of ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ (2021), the whimsical Wonderland of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ (1951), and the hilarious comedy of ‘The Emperor’s New Groove’ (2000). These movies are great examples of Disney’s storytelling prowess. Each movie offers a mind-bending adventure that is liked by a diverse audience. From the epic quest in ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ to the curious adventures in ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and the comedy in ‘The Emperor’s New Groove’. Let us immerse ourselves in the great storytelling of Disney animation.

Raya and The Last Dragon (2021)

Disney animation has reached undeniable levels, and a new example is found in ‘ Raya and the Last Dragon ‘. An animated adventure that pays homage to the culture of Southeast Asia. Its protagonist, Raya, is a warrior princess with classic aromas. The queen of the show is Awkwafina giving voice to the dragon Sisu.

Synopsis: In the world of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived together long ago in perfect harmony. But when evil forces threatened the land. The dragons sacrificed themselves to save mankind. Now, 500 years later, those same evil forces have returned and Raya, a lone warrior, will have to find the last legendary dragon to rebuild a destroyed world and reunite her people.

Alice in Wonderland (1951)

One of the most iconic stories of all time, is the one written by Lewis Carroll. It met with Disney animation to result in one of the most successful children’s movies of the 50s. With queens who cut off heads, mad hatters and cats mysterious people who know more than they say, this story (and its many readings) remains a classic.

Synopsis: A girl falls fast asleep reading a book. After this, she enters an extravagant and different world, in which she will be involved in endless adventures with characters of all kinds.

The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)

It’s one of Disney’s most underrated movies, and also one of the funniest. He put aside the musical show that had characterized the studio in the 90s and focused on comedy. With hilarious gags and a legacy of ‘screwball comedy’. A jewel to (re)discover.

Synopsis: The arrogant and selfish Emperor Cuzco is betrayed and turned into a llama. By the ambitious Yzma and her bodyguard Kronk. The emperor, who once had it all, will be forced to trust a simple and likable peasant named Pacha, to find himself.

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