September 4, 2010 by TheDeeZone
#10: Cars (2006) — Racing champion Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) ends up being stranded in the tiny town of Radiator Springs and in the process tears up the town. The town judge Doc Hudson (Paul Newman) sentences Lightning community service to repair the damages. In the process Lightening learns some valuable lessons about life from Sally (Bonny Hunt), Mater (Larry the Cable Guy) and the other locals.
# 9: Aladdin (1992) — Street urchin Aladdin (Scott Wienger) encounters an intriguing stranger who turns out to be Princess Jasmine (Linda Larkin). Of course he falls for her but she is required by law to marry only a prince prince. Aladdin’s luck makes a drastic turn when he meets a magic Genie (Robin Williams)who grants him three wishes.
# 7: Beauty & The Beast (1991) — Disney’s retelling of the classic tale. To save her father the beautiful Belle (Paige O’Hara) agrees to become a prisoner of the Beast (Robby Benson). In the process her charm and kindness transform the beast into a kind-hearted gentleman.
# 4: Monsters, Inc (2001) — Monsters, Inc takes a playful look at what if those childhood fears of monsters in the closet and under the bed were true. See what happens whens monsters Sulley (John Goodman) and Mike (Billy Crystal) have a chance encounter with Boo (Mary Gibbs) a human child. Guess what the monsters are afraid of the child.
# 3: Toy Story (1995) — Woody (Tom Hanks) the toy cowboyfeels threatened in his position as Andy’s favorite by the arrival of new toy Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), Space Ranger. Buzz & Woody compete for the top toy spot and in the process learn a lesson about friendship.
# 2: The Incredibles (2004) — Mr. and Mrs. Parr, also known as Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) and Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) have been forced into a protection program by the government. The Parrs are attempting to live a normal life and raise a family. However it is just to much for Mr. Parr/Mr. Incredible. In his attempt to relive the glory days Mr. Incredible runs into trouble and must be saved by his not so normal family (Spencer Fox and Lou Romano).
# 1: Peter Pan (1953) — A chance encounter with Peter Pan (Bobby Driscoll) catapults the Wendy (Kathryn Beaumont), John (Paul Collins) and Michael Darling (Tommy Luske) from their ordinary life in London to the fantastical Neverland.