ANSWERS: 61
  • I still watch one once in a while. The brilliance of the films is that they are entertaining for children, but contain great messages for adults.
  • I LOVE Disney and other animated films. Whenever I watch Lion King, I start to tear up every time when Mufasa dies. Mm...so sad D: And in All Dogs Go to Heaven, not a Disney film but still a childrens animation, when Charlie comes back as an angel to visit Ann Marie, I start to tear up then too! And I'm not one to get emotional about things.
  • I still enjoy most of them. Some of the "classics" are indeed that, while others are way too sugary for my taste now.
  • I appreciate them more now. Maybe it's because it's fantasy with a good guy and a bad guy (the good guy prevails of course)... a decent bit of escapism :-)
  • I have begun to see them as vulgar displays of misogyny and classism.
  • I appreciate some of the jokes in the newer ones more as an adult especially the one with Robin Williams and the art/animation more now in the old classics.
  • i still love the disney movies, the new ones AND the old ones
  • I think they have lost their charm with how Disney cranks out so many animated features now. I still remember the Jungle Book and Robin Hood from my childhood and still like the movies, but cannot remember the last time a actually watched a Disney Movie.
  • I collect them on DVD and watch them frequently. I still enjoy the stories greatly, but I've found the gender roles in them to be unsettling...particularly the older ones.
  • still love them. have watched them with my own kids and will hopefully watch them with grandkids one day.
  • I absolutely *Despised* Disney films when I was a child, and even now there's only a few that I can sit all the way through. Once Disney ran out of old folktales and legends to plagiarize, their films started declining in quality drastically, so many of the newer ones are absolute travesties of writing that even die-hard Disney fans won't touch with a ten-foot pole. And as for the old Disney "Classics", I'd rather read or watch the *Original* versions of those stories than watch Disney's misogynistic bastardisations of them.
  • They seems to have lost their charm or maybe I'm just getting older.
  • They have lost their charm and I don't see why I really liked them when a child.
  • They have lost their charm and what really put me off them was Disney's (threatening) advertising campaign that unless you bought them now they would be locked away for 20 years or something. It just really made me angry enough not to want to watch them. I don't like being threatened into buying something.
  • I still appreciate the older ones that I watched as a young girl.
  • The classic ones, I like. The newer ones- I don't like those as much.
  • I am 63yrs and I still like them both new and classic!!
  • I really appreciate the old ones since they take me back to a more innocent time when I would absorb myself in their fantasies. Since I didn't have a really happy childhood with my parents always arguing and their bitter divorce when I was 11, the disney fantasy was all the more a sancutary from my real life. Once I grew up,got married and had children, it was so gratifying to take them to DisneyWorld and watch them experience the films too. It was like I relived it through them. I know it may sound alittle odd but everyone needs to escape the real world now and then in some way. My kids still watch the films --especially my 22 year old daughter!! Thanks for asking --- it brings back good memories of the few I had as a kid.
  • I absolutely love Disney movies. I'm 19 and still love watching the same ones I watched when I was like 6 years old.
  • I adore anything Disney, especially the old films, but the new are ok too. I still collect stuffed animals and other Disney toys.
  • I think I will always appreciate them. Of course, I'm refering to the animated classics and not the hideous non-animated features such as "The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes".
  • I love the classic Disney movies... Lion King, LIttle Mermaid, Aladdin, etc. the Fox and the Hound still makes me cry
  • Yes I still like them and all the Shirley Temple films too. I love the feature length Disney films.
  • I still love the Disney classics. I'm trying to pass the appreciation for them on to my two kids by watching them as often as possible with them. So far, so good.
  • Oh I still appreciate the classics, and enjoy some of the new ones...
  • I think no matter what age you are you still think they're pretty good no matter what.
  • they amaze me even now, and they effect my emotions even more than they used
  • I think I appreciate them more - there are alot of things in them that I "get" now, that I didn't when I was a little girl. plus, they have the bonus now of taking me back to childhood, which was pretty good, so whenever I watch them I get all happy and a teeny bit wistful.
  • Not a big fan. Sorry.
  • i am a kid at heart so yes i do enjoy them. hey i like hanah montana, and the jonas brothers and i am 53, my daughter can't believe it
  • They lost their charm years ago, when they started being distinctly below average in most respects.
  • Honestly I've never been a fan of Disney in general.
  • I was never really into them as a kid
  • I appreciate the movies now more than when I was a child probally because I can understand the hidden concepts placed within the movies. Disney movies are meant for both children and adults, go Disney!
  • I love the Disney movies animated as well as the regular movies. I have nearly a complete Disney collection on DVD.
  • They lost their charm a long long long time ago...
  • The youth of today need more Disney films like the ones we grew up with. I still watch some once in a great while.
  • I appreciate them, especially when I take a child to see them. I didn't like Toy Story as much as the kids did, and some seem less charming then when I was a child, but I still like nearly all of them.
  • I'm 53, and (see http://www.answerbag.com/a_view/2842931 ) I still appreciate them.
  • I don't enjoy watching them myself as much as i used to ofcourse good ones do pop up every once in a while. But seeing my girls watch Cinderella is like E.t.'s debut all over again!
  • I appreciate them...I still love Disney films.
  • Indeed I do. In fact, I'm looking forward to seeing "Wall-E".
  • I like some of them. Its a nice change from the violent, foul language that are in most adult movies.
  • ofcourse i do!! i mean disney movies are the best (well dts on my point of view) its coz..no matter the age of the audience, dey still capture their interest to watch their movies..actually..its my dream to work with disney someday..^_^..lol!
  • I still appreciate them once in a while, watching them with the kids. I don't always see the same things.
  • I still like the early ones, and those that are from the old Wonderful world of Disney TV series, like Charlie the Lonesome Cougar and The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit, That Darn Cat. THey are all superior to most current things showing in theaters and tv.
  • I enjoy the escape they can bring now and then.
  • i think i like them more.i want to be five when i watch them
  • Disney films will be as charm and classic as before even in future. They got their own class. I like to ask whether is there any cartoon film nowadays that can match the classic of drawing piece-by-piece character and action of Snow White?
  • I think when 3D animation obliterated 2D, Disney failed to realize that animation format is not what determines the quality of film... but good character development, plot, good story, and a good sense of drama is essential for a great film. The Lion King had a good balance of things- it was deep, emotional, fun, beautiful, and overall moving. I think Disney is afraid to introduce kids to violence and death because they think it will mortify them for life, hence why it feels so limited in almost every film :P PEh...
  • I rewatch my faves every couple of months, and I am constantly watching/ listening to the songs on youtube. And of course, singing said songs in the house, whenever I happen to be awake. I know, I'm pathetic. XD
  • Love Pixar some Disney...
  • i actually appreciate the older ones.
  • I like the disney movies and have some of the older ones on vhs tape ~ but time moves on and movies are more enhanced in every detail with DVD and the new Blue Ray
  • I still do but every time I tried to watch any of them, it makes me think of the past and the present of the 20th and 21st century and the fads. For example, I tried to watch Dumbo but it made me listen to the Andrews Sisters and go to jazz clubs. I tried to watch Robin Hood but it made me listen to disco, go to Studio 54, stay up late on a Saturday night and sing some songs.
  • i dont i love to watch horror movies lol since i was like 10 ive loved horror moveis
  • The older ones have a nostalgic quality for me. The new ones I find boring, but take my grandson to.
  • I love many of them.
  • I appreciate the classic Disney films from when I was a kid. The Lion King, The Jungle Book, Aladdin, Tarzan, Mulan, Hercules, The Hunchback of Notre Dame are probably my favourites. I hate the way Disney has become though. It has morphed into something that creates horrors like High School Musical and rip-offs of their older, better movies that aren't anywhere near as good. I understand the movies better now than when I was a kid too. They used to put in jokes that little children wouldn't get, but now I do. I haven't watched any of these movies in years... but this question is giving me a craving for it. =P
  • I still like Cinderella.
  • I still love the animated classics. I actually appreciate them even more now that I'm older.

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