Top ten: Disney movies of the decade

Number 1- Frozen (2013)

Frozen takes the cake for this decade. This movie focuses on the story of two sisters, Anna and Elsa, and their journey surrounding Elsa’s ice powers. Unlike a majority of Disney Princess movies, Frozen showcases familial love. This movie is a big hit for people of all types, and there’s something for everyone in it, whether that be humor, music, or heart-wrenching scenes.












Number 2- Coco (2017)

This film follows the life of a little boy named Coco and his journey in discovering his family history. Despite his family’s disdain for all music, he still loved it and wouldn’t give it up. On the day of the dead, a way Hispanic cultures honored deceased family, he enters the land of the dead to search for answers. Throughout the story, he finds his identity in music through his deceased father. This movie is influential and allows people to get an insight into another culture as well as teaching the importance of family.








Number 3- Tangled

Holly Waddell

Tangled is a movie about a girl with really long, magical hair who was isolated in a tower for years. This movie shows that love isn’t always true – sometimes it’s obsession with a trait. However, it also shows that love can be found in the strangest of places, such as through a crown-stealing criminal. 













Number 4- Incredibles 2

As a follow up to the Incredibles, which was released in 2004, it was anything but disappointing. This superhuman family caught the hearts of many with their crime fighting and urge to get superheroes socially accepted again. A key stone in this movie was the youngest superhero, JackJack, and his comedic actions.













Number 5- Big Hero 6

Big Hero 6 follows the story of a boy, Hiro, and his attempt to follow in his deceased brother’s footsteps. Before his brother passed, he created a robot named Baymax, a fluffy, white medical robot who soon becomes a hero of the electronic world. This story shows viewers that it’s important to be sentimental and that it doesn’t make you weak, it makes you strong. 









 Number 6- Mary Poppins Returns

Mary Poppins Returns is a sequel of the original movie, Mary Poppins. This movie is themed around the struggle of unemployment, poverty and togetherness. This movie makes this list because of Lin Manuel Miranda.  Mary Poppins returns to help the Banks children through their hard times and brings the family closer together. 












Number 7- Maleficent

Maleficent takes on the opposing side to the movie Sleeping Beauty. It answers the question many of us had: Why are villains the way they are? This movie follows the villain Maleficent’s upbringing and her drive to make Aurora’s dad, the king, suffer.













Number 8- Moana

This movie is about a teenage girl named Moana and her determination to free her people of a curse that had plagued them for generations. She begins to search for the Demigod Maui, knowing he’d be willing to help. However, nothing is as it seems. Throughout her journey, she faces many challenges. Eventually, she finds the truth of her island’s ancestors, in turn finding her own identity as the next leader.












Number 9- Finding Dory

As a sequel to Finding Nemo, this movie does anything but disappoint. The main character, Dory, goes on a search for her parents, suffering from memory loss along the way. She’s alongside her clownfish friends, Marlin and his son Nemo. This feel good movie emphasizes the importance of family.












Number 10- Beauty and The Beast Live Action

This was a recreation of a movie that we all needed. With Emma Watson playing the main role, Belle, it gave a more relatable and realistic aspect to the original animated movie. It gives new insight into the past of the main character and her struggle with only her dad being around to take care of her.












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