Principesse Disney Most Impressive animazione Countdown: giorno 4! Pick the least impressive animazione (Elimination based mainly on comments)

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36 fans picked:
Cenerentola
   22%
The Princess and the Frog
   22%
La bella addormentata
   19%
Rapunzel - L'intreccio della torre
   14%
Pocahontas
   11%
Biancaneve e i sette nani
   8%
La Bella e la Bestia
   3%
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Jessikaroo picked The Princess and the Frog:
10. Aladdin
9. The Little Mermaid
8. Mulan
7. ?

im·pres·sive
Adjective
Evoking admiration through size, quality, or skill: grand, imposing, or awesome: "an impressive view".


favourite US, favorite [ˈfeɪvərɪt ˈfeɪvrɪt]
adj
(prenominal) most liked; preferred above all others
n
1. a. a person or thing regarded with especial preference or liking
b. (as modifier) a favourite book


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Cinderella and PatF are pretty equal in my eyes, I love both styles of animation but they are not as impressive as Tangled or Pocahontas, in my eyes. Cinderella is a bit more impressive to me because Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo is freaking amazing.
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Amaryllis_O picked Biancaneve e i sette nani:
I think Snow White and the seven Dwarfs is not as impressive as the others it still amazing!!
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KataraLover picked La bella addormentata:
Same as before
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dimitri_is_hot picked The Princess and the Frog:
It's just not as impressive.
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Jayden-G picked Biancaneve e i sette nani:
It's only because compared to the other films, this film doesn't compare. Still very impressive for its time
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alexon31 picked Pocahontas:
Of the ones left I'd say this is the least impressive. Still pretty good though, well as most Disney films. They have a certain quality and impresive animation standards.
Too bad Mulan had to go. It has some very neat scenes. Like the one with the Huns in the mountain or the final battle.
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rhythmicmagic picked La Bella e la Bestia:
Yeah, I'll be voting for this one for a while, but the animation can very inconsistent. All the transformations in Cinderella were awesome, and I mentioned all the awesome stuff in Princess and the Frog last round. The castle is very impressive, but that's really all I can say for it. Belle changes looks about forty-seven times, and that seems sloppy to me.
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Jessikaroo picked The Princess and the Frog:
I agree with you about BatB, I was actually going to vote for it after Cinderella.
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AllegroGiocoso picked The Princess and the Frog:
Now this is getting really hard. For me it's basically a virtual tie for me between PATF, Tangled, Cinderella, and Snow White. Cinderella and Pocahontas are the two films that are most different on my impressive list compared to my favorite animation list, I love Cinderella's warm and comfortable animation for giving the movie a nice atmosphere but I don't think it's overly impressive (that's why I like it). In contrast I wouldn't put Pocahontas in my general favorite animation style, but I would say it definitely has very impressive animation.
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princecatcher93 picked Pocahontas:
Didn't really wow me.
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BelleAnastasia picked Cenerentola:
Same reasons as I explained before.
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LatinoLollipops picked Pocahontas:
This film has dull and unattractive animation & I can't believe PatF is number 1!? It has the most beautiful animation of the bunch much better than beauty and the beast
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viktoriya773 picked La bella addormentata:
I don't like the art style! That's one of the parts that makes Aurora unattractive!
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LightningRed picked Cenerentola:
Cinderella doesn't strike me as particularly awesome in animation. The mansion is so common and the scenes of mice make this movie plain. The impressive part is only the gown transformation, the palace, and the king's bedroom.
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Swanpride picked The Princess and the Frog:
Cinderella and PatF are the least inventive movies of the ones left. I can't say that those movies had scenes which really "wowed" me animation wise, the way the ballroom scene of BatB wowed me, or Sleeping Beauty (especially the Dragon) wowed me.....but I guess, between those two, Cinderella has more to love, because it feels like more care went into this movie. The animation is flawless, and the use of the empty space is something very constant through the movie (though particulary evident for the scenes in the palace, which looks gigantic because of it).
Plus, it might be unfair, but with PatF being the "comeback" of the animation studios, I expected more. I expected something which really makes the movie stand out. And while the way they use the green and the orange is interesting, the animation is fluid and at least the magical scenes are effective, I don't think that it stands out that much. I love the Art Deco in the "Almost There" scene, but it also stands very isolated during the whole movie, because otherwise, there isn't much Art Deco to see in it.
Add to it that Cinderella is hand-inked, while PatF is not, I go for PatF first. Plus...well, PatF follows very much the Disney House style, and I personally prefer movies which go a little outside the box. Not that there was much of a box when Cinderella was made.....
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Swanpride picked The Princess and the Frog:
@rythmagic I think BatB deserves top five for inventiveness and for having three iconic Disney scenes in this one movie (ballroom, be our guest, transformation...and one might even make a case for Belle singing in the town, her standing on the hill (though that's copied from sound of music) and the stained glass beginning). But I know what you mean...it is often sloppily animated, so it really isn't a contender for the top spot in my eyes.
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fiina picked The Princess and the Frog:
Or BatB for reasons which are already mentioned. In this movie only main and some minor characters are animated well and backgrounds use too much computer. After all this is as far newest Disney drawn animation and I'm quite disappointed how lack its animaton is compared to earlier movies.
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Sirea picked Rapunzel - L'intreccio della torre:
Tangled my choice.
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Mongoose09 picked Cenerentola:
or Princess and the Frog.

Phew, no arguments *breathes a sigh of relief* lol
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Popcornfan picked Rapunzel - L'intreccio della torre:
I take impressive as causing an impression, in a positive way. It has something to do with awe, and with a sudden impulse to praise- I know that if you see it strictly like that, it is almost sacred (awe and praise are related to the sacred); I don't mean it to be as solemn as that, but simply not lacking that component of, I don't know, a feeling of overwhelming.

Tangled doesn't fill these requisites.
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