1. The Princess And The Frog (2009)
The Frog Prince is updated for the modern age in this new adaptation. Arrogant Prince Naveen and hardworking waitress Tiana’s paths cross in The Princess and the Frog. When a cunning voodoo magician turns Prince Naveen into a frog, Tiana follows suit by kissing the amphibian royalty. Naveen and Tiana must race against the clock to break the spell and realize their dreams with the help of an alligator trumpet player, a Cajun firefly, and an elderly blind woman who lives in a boat in a tree.
2. Beauty And The Beast (1991)
A young prince is cursed to take on the appearance of a monstrous beast after a mysterious enchantress finds out about his life of selfishness. Only by falling in love with and earning the love of a young woman can he be saved. He waits for his chance until years later when a young woman named Nicola… Belle is willing to serve as his prisoner in exchange for the health of her ailing father. With the help of the enchanted staff at the castle,
Belle comes to appreciate her captor and falls in love with him immediately. However, back in the village, a dishonest hunter has other plans for Belle.
3. The Little Mermaid (1989)
Mercenary Ariel is enamored with land life in Disney’s enthralling animated adventure. She falls in love with a human prince during one of her forbidden trips to the surface, which are strictly enforced by her dictatorial father, King Triton. Ariel strikes a risky deal with the sea witch Ursula to become human for three days in order to be with her new love. Even if plans for the star-crossed lovers go wrong, the king will have to give his life for his daughter.
4. Live And Let Die (1973)
James Bond is dispatched to New Orleans to look into the mysterious deaths of several British agents. Mr. Big, who he now knows is a heroin producer, appears to be self-aware. While traveling, he encounters strange characters like Tee Hee, a man with a claw for a hand, Baron Samedi, an evil sorcerer and Solitaire, a c…ard reader. Bond is compelled to visit New Orleans and explore the Bayou extensively.
5. Aladdin (1992)
Aladdin is a street urchin from Agrabah who lives off of food he steals from the market. After meeting a young girl who happens to be Princess Jasmine, his adventures begin when he must marry her bizarre yet distant father.
A magical lamp that Aladdin retrieved from the Cave of Wonders changes everything for him. Inadvertently, he receives a genie who enjoys having a good time and only wants to be free. They have no idea that Jafar, the Sultan’s evil advisor, has other plans for Aladdin and the lamp.
6. Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Princess Snow White charms all but one person in the kingdom: her envious stepmother, the Queen. When the Magic Mirror declares Snow White to be the most beautiful of them all, she is forced to flee into the forest, where she meets the seven charming dwarfs – Doc, Sneezy, Grumpy,… Happy, Bashful, Sleepy, and Dopey.
The only thing that can save Snow White from the Queen’s enchanted apple trick is the magic of true love’s kiss.
7. Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Everyone gathers to exchange gifts after the birth of a beautiful princess named Aurora. When an unexpected visitor, Maleficent, shows up, everything goes back to normal. As part of the spell, Magnificent declares that the young princess must stab herself in the finger with a spinning…wheel on the evening of her 16th birthday in order to be killed.
Fortunately, Merryweather, a good fairy, breaks the spell and puts Aurora to sleep, with only her true love’s tears being able to wake her up. The big day has finally arrived. Is she going to be left to sleep for the rest of her days?
8. Mirror Mirror (2012)
A beloved King disappears, and his ruthless wife seizes power in the kingdom, locking Snow White, her beautiful stepdaughter, away at the palace. Jealous Queen exiles Princess to forest after she attracts handsome and wealthy prince to her courtship… Snow White grows up in the company of a group of rebellious but kind dwarfs and becomes a strong young woman determined to defeat the evil Queen.
To get her birthright back and reclaim her Prince, she embarks on a magical adventure comedy journey that will capture the hearts and imaginations of audiences all over the world with her new friends’ help.
9. Shrek (2001)
In order to ‘persuade’ Lord Farquaad to return Shrek’s swamp, an ogre named Shrek and a very loud donkey set out to’swamp’ Lord Farquaad with all sorts of fairytale creatures. Instead, a deal is hammered out between the parties involved. Farquaad, who aspires to be King, enlists Shrek’s help in rescuing Princess Fiona, who has been imprisoned in a tower by a fire-breathing dragon while she awaits her true love.
They return to Fiona’s castle and find out that Shrek, an ugly ogre, has fallen in love with the beautiful princess and that Fiona has a dark secret of her own.
10. The Tale Of The Princess Kaguya (2013)
An elderly man sells bamboo as a means of support. He stumbles upon a princess one day while foraging in a bamboo grove. The princess is no bigger than a ring finger in stature. Kaguya is the name of the character. When Kaguya reaches adulthood, five well-to-do young men approach her and make marriage proposals to her.
A memorable wedding gift is requested by Kaguya, but the five men are unable to locate what Kaguya desires. The Japanese Emperor then asks her to marry him.
11. Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time (2010)
An ancient dagger that releases the Sands of Time — a gift from the gods that can reverse time and allow its owner to rule the world — is in danger of being stolen by an evil prince and a mysterious princess in Persia.
12. The Aristocats (1970)
Madame Adelaide Bonfamille, now retired, lives in a chic Paris villa with her posh cat Duchess and three famous kittens: pianist Berlioz, painter Toulouse, and pious Marie. The faithful butler Edgar, on hearing that she intends to give everything she owns—including her house—to the cats until they die, immediately drugs and abducts the… Retired army dogs, on the other hand, cause his sidecar to overturn across the country.
Thomas O’Malley, a cunning stray cat, adopts them and brings them to Paris. It’s not just O’Malley’s jazz buddies who turn on Edgar; it’s also the cart horse Frou-Frou, the tame mouse Roquefort, and even Edgar himself.
13. Robin Hood (1973)
Robin Hood is brought to life through the magic of Disney in this imaginative adaptation. Fun and romance abound as the swashbuckling Sherwood Forest hero and his brave sidekick plan a series of daring adventures to outwit the greedy prince and his sidekick while putting the poor under tax pressure.
14. The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)
Emperor Kuzco is very busy in this Disney animated comedy about a vain and cocky emperor. While he’s at it, he’s also planning to construct an entirely new waterpark for his birthday, which will be named after him. The only problem is that doing so means destroying one of… his kingdom’s villages. Yzma, on the other hand, is planning a coup to seize power. However, due to Yzma’s right-hand man, Kronk, botching the assassination,
Kuzco is magically transformed into a llama. In the end, Kuzco ends up as Pacha’s property, the water park’s host’s humble llama herd’s home base. Following his discovery, Pacha offers to assist the Emperor in regaining his throne in exchange for moving his water park.
15. Shrek Forever After (2010)
Shrek, the once-horrific ogre, is now happily married to Fiona and the father of three children. However, he soon has a breakdown in front of them and his friends at his children’s birthday party during which they are all present at. He has a sudden desire to return to his former self as an ogre, the one he was before meeting Fiona. As a result, he seeks assistance from cunning deal maker Rumpl…estiltskin.
At first, Shrek enjoys the life he once had before his accident. As it turns out, Rumplestiltskin has framed him and he now rules the land with an iron fist. Shrek, along with Donkey, Fiona, and Puss in Boots, faces his toughest challenge yet as he races against the clock to reclaim his life.
16. Beauty And The Beast (2017)
The animated classic from Disney is reimagined with a more expansive mythology and an all-star cast of characters. Only true love can set free a young prince trapped in the body of a beast. It’s possible that meeting Belle, the only human girl to have visited the castle since it was sealed, is his only chance.
17. The Sword In The Stone (1963)
A young lad named Arthur (also known as Wart) dreams of becoming a knight’s squire. During a hunting trip, Wart encounters Merlin, a powerful wizard with amnesia who has plans for Wart that go beyond squirehood. He begins by attempting to provide Wart with an education (whatever that entails), under the impression that if one has an education, one…can go anywhere in the world.. It goes without saying that this doesn’t quite work out.