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On this page you will find a list of Walt Disney cartoons, characters and animated films year by year, from newest to oldest. Click on the film link to continue reading.

Disney animated films of the 2020s

Wish (2023)

The protagonist is Asha, a 17-year-old girl, voiced in the American original by the brilliant Ariana DeBose. In a moment of need and desolation, Asha makes a passionate prayer to the stars. He senses a threat of darkness in the Kingdom of Rosas that no one else seems to sense. In the voice cast, we also find celebrities such as Chris Pine, Angelique Cabral and Alan Tudyk. But what makes "Wish" so special? In addition to the gripping plot and stellar cast, there is one element that sets this production apart: the combination of artistic style. The film blends computer animation with Disney's classic watercolor animation. This, without a doubt, makes it a fitting tribute for the anniversary of the production company... continue >

Strange World - A mysterious world (2022)

The original action-adventure film travels deep into an uncharted and dangerous land where fantastic creatures await the legendary Clade, a family of explorers whose differences threaten to derail their latest and, by far, greatest mission. Strange World is directed by Don Hall (the Oscar-winning Big Hero 6, Raya and the Last Dragon), co-directed and written by Qui Nguyen (co-writer of Raya and the Last Dragon), and produced by Roy Conli (the Oscar-winning film Big Hero 6, Tangled: The Twist in the Tower). A Mysterious World follows a legendary family of explorers, the Clade, on an unexpected journey into an unknown and dangerous land along with a motley crew that includes a small and mischievous blob of sorts, a three-legged dog and a series of ravenous creatures.... continue >

Encanto (2021)

Encanto is a musical fantasy animated film, in 3D computer graphics, produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures in 2021. An armed conflict forces Pedro and Alma Madrigal, a young married couple, to flee their village Christmas in Colombia with their triplets, Julieta, Pepa and Bruno. The attackers kill Pedro, but Alma's candle magically repels the attackers and creates Casita, a sentient home for the family located in Encanto, a magical kingdom, bordered by high mountains. Fifty years later, a new village thrives under the candle's protection, and its magic grants "gifts" to each of Madrigal's descendants at the age of five which they use to serve the villagers... continue >

Raya and the last dragon (2021)

Raya and the Last Dragon is a cinematic work of art that takes us on an extraordinary journey through a fantasy world inspired by the cultures of Southeast Asia. This animated film, produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, immerses us in the enchanting atmosphere of a unique and engaging setting. The heart of the story centers on the warrior princess Raya, played by Kelly Marie Tran. His mission is an epic one: to seek out the last dragon, voiced by the talented Awkwafina, in order to restore the dragon gem, which could bring his father, played by Daniel Dae Kim, back to life and defeat the evil spirits known as the Druun, who invaded the land of Kumandra.... continue >

Disney animated films from 2010 - 2019

Frozen 2 - The secret of Arendelle (2019)

Directed and produced by the Oscar-winning creative team, directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck and producer Peter Del Vecho, the Disney animated film Frozen 2: The Secret of Arendelle sees the return, in the Italian version, of Serena Autieri, Serena Rossi, Enrico Brignano and Paolo De Santis to give voice to the beloved protagonists Elsa, Anna, Olaf and Kristoff, while the music will once again be written by the Oscar-winning composers Kristen Anderson - Lopez and Robert Lopez. Queen Elsa, her sister Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven embark on a new journey beyond their homeland of Arendelle to discover the origin of Elsa's ice powers and save their kingdom... continue >

Ralph breaks the internet (2018)

Ralph Breaks the Internet leaves Litwak's arcade to venture into the big, unexplored and electrifying world of the Internet, which may not resist Ralph's not-so-light touch. Together with his adventure companion Vanellope von Schweetz, Ralph will have to risk everything by traveling the World Wide Web in search of a spare part needed to save "Sugar Rush", Vanellope's video game. Ended in a situation beyond their reach, Ralph and Vanellope will have to rely on the citizens of the Internet to find the right direction.... continue >

Moana (2016)

The story of Moana focuses above all on the figure of the protagonist Vaiana. In the background, the scenery of a continent made up of thousands of islands and archipelagos, explored by navigators for several millennia and then almost forgotten. Vaiana is a teenager who has a great desire to live, a bit like all girls her age. After discovering that the Maori tribe was actually made up of a long series of sailors admired throughout the world, the young woman has every intention of retracing the footsteps of her ancestors, also rediscovering in some way the true origins her. Although her father wanted her to have a fairly normal and peaceful life, Vaiana chooses to follow the instructions of a very creative and dreamy grandmother, capable of awakening her thirst for knowledge... continue >

Zootopia (2016)

Zootropolis (Zootopia in the American original) is the 135th animated film and the 55th "animated classic" by Walt Disney directed by Byron Howard and Rich Moore. Entirely made in CGI computer graphics, the film is an action crime comedy, released in cinemas on February 18, 2016. It tells the story of the optimistic and intrepid bunny Judy Hopps, lieutenant and new recruit of the Zootropolis police, an exclusively city populated by anthropomorphic mammals, where he tries to prove his worth by investigating the disappearance of an otter with the help of the (trickster) fox Nick Wilde... continue >

Big Hero 6 (2014)

Big Hero 6 is the touching and adventurous comedy about the robot expert child prodigy named Hiro Hamada, who learns to manage his brilliant abilities thanks to his brother, the brilliant Tadashi and his particular friends: the adrenaline-fueled Go Go Tomago , the neat freak Wasabi No-Ginger, the chemistry whiz Honey Lemon and the enthusiastic Fred. When a series of disastrous circumstances catapult the protagonists into the center of a dangerous conspiracy that takes place on the streets of San Fransokyo, Hiro turns to his closest friend, a sophisticated robot named Baymax, and transforms his group of friends into a highly technological team, to solve the mystery...... continue >

Frozen - Il regno di ghiaccio (2013)

Frozen, the kingdom of ice, arrived in Italian cinemas on 19 December 2013. Directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, who is also the screenwriter, they guarantee 108 minutes of pure fun, seasoned with notes of romance and action. The first scene of the film opens on a frozen lake, where powerful workers work on ice cubes. Here a little Kristoff wanders around with his reindeer Sven. Meanwhile, the two princesses of Arandelle, Elsa, the eldest, and Anna, play and have fun thanks to Elsa's extraordinary cryokinetic powers, that is, she creates snow and ice. Between one laugh and the other, however, Elsa hits little Anna with her ice ray who falls to the ground unconscious and with a white lock in her red hair. The king and queen rush to the girls. Anna is taken to the trolls, the only ones who can help her. Pabbie, their leader, is forced to erase Anna's memories in order to save her life and adds that if she had been hit in the heart there would have been no escape for her..... continue >

Wreck-it Ralph (2012)

Wreck-It Ralph, is a Disney animated film that combines the cartoon with the video game, creating a union with a romantic and, at times, nostalgic flavour. The film is directed by Rich Moore, winner of 2 Emmy awards, and produced by Walt Disney. The director, debuting in feature films, manages to construct a beautiful story, funny but also tender, entering the world of long-time video game enthusiasts and bringing very popular characters from arcade games to life on the big screen. First of all the protagonist Wreck-It Ralph, the villain of "Felix Fix-It", voiced by the American actor John C.Reilly. With him we also find his antagonist Felix, voiced by comedian Jack McBrayer. Ralph and Felix, however, are not alone, in fact, thanks to collaboration with the production companies of many video games, the film can boast the participation of other characters who, with various cameos, make it more interesting and varied. ... continue >

Winnie The Pooh - New adventures in the 100-acre forest (2011)

Walt Disney Animation Studios returns to the Hundred Acre Wood with Winnie The Pooh, the first great cinematic adventure of the Disney family bear for more than thirty-five years. With timeless charm, with original, witty and funny characters, this brand new film reunites little Winnie with his friends Tigger, Little Rabbit, Piglet, Uffa, Kangu, Ro and last but not least Eeyore, who has lost his tail. The story develops over the course of one day. As usually happens in the Bosco di Centro Acri. Pooh wakes up very hungry and realizes that he has no honey at all. This leads him to embark on his own adventure, which ultimately takes a different path, starting with a race to find a new tail for Eeyore.... continue >

Rapunzel - L'intreccio della torre (2010)

When the most wanted bandit and heartthrob of the kingdom, who responds to the name of Flynn Rider, to escape the pursuit of the king's guards, takes refuge inside a mysterious tower, he is tied up and imprisoned by the beautiful Rapunzel, a characterized girl with very long and magical blonde hair that she uses as a real weapon. Rapunzel has spent her life locked up inside a tower by her mother Gothel, who, with her overprotectiveness, wants to keep her away from the world. The girl with very long blonde hair, which measures over twenty meters, is a spirited girl who spends her time drawing, playing the guitar, reading and fantasizing about the day she will see the flying lanterns. Rapunzel's only company is her little chameleon friend named Pascal, in whom she confides and takes every advice and suggestion seriously... continue >

Disney animated films from 2000 - 2009

The Princess and the Frog (2009)

Walt Disney Animation Studios presents a joyful mix of adventurous storytelling, captivating characters, fantastic comedy and memorable music in the new film "The Princess and the Frog", an animated comedy set in the magnificent city of New Orleans. From the creators of "The Little Mermaid" and "Aladdin" comes a modern retelling of a classic tale, featuring a beautiful girl named Tiana (ANIKA NONI ROSE), a frog prince who desperately wants to become human again, and a kiss that brings them to experience an exhilarating adventure through the mystical bayous of Louisiana. "The Princess and the Frog" represents a return to hand-made animation, thanks to the celebrated duo of John Musker and Ron Clements, with music by Oscar winner Randy Newman.... continue >

Bolt - A four-legged hero (2008)

Bolt - a four-legged hero - is the new animated film created by Walt Disney animation studios and released in cinemas from November 28th. Bolt is the unwitting protagonist of a famous American TV series, in which he plays the part of a dog with superpowers, acquired following a scientific experiment. His task is to protect - among a thousand dangers and as many vicissitudes - Mistress Penny, from the evil intentions of Doctor Calico - 'the man with the green eye' -; already responsible for the kidnapping of her father, in order to extort important scientific secrets from him. This occurs in a succession of self-contained episodes in which Bolt completes his mission (that is, saving Panny) always successfully, while Dr Calico and his henchmen flee (only to return in the following episode, with plans and increasingly diabolical stratagems)..... continue >

The Robinsons - A space family (2007)

Lewis is a brilliant inventor with an impressive number of ingenious inventions to his credit. His latest and most ambitious project is his Memory Scanner, a device that he hopes will help him find his birth mother so they can start a family together. But before he can find it, his invention is stolen by the vile Bowler Hat Guy and his diabolical bowler hat and faithful companion, Doris. Lewis hasn't lost hope in the future at all when a mysterious stranger named Wilbur Robinson drags our bewildered hero into a time machine. Together they manage to track down Bowler Hat Guy in a confrontation that will culminate in an unexpected and incredible twist. Based on the novel 'A Day with Wilbur Robinson' by William Joyce... continue >

Chicken Little - Friends for pens (2005)

Chicken Little represents Walt Disney Pictures' first attempt to make a fully computer-generated animated film without the collaboration of Pixar. After the Dreamworks films with Shrek, Shark Tale and Madagascar, Blue Sky Studios with Robots, Warner Brows with Corpse Bride and Pixar itself with The Incredibles, now Walt Disney himself is also trying it, after having created absolute masterpieces of the traditional animation cinema, finds itself competing with younger and more proven production houses in the field of 3D computer graphics. Chicken Little is a small chicken, characterized by huge glasses that highlight his insecure and sensitive character. In fact, Chicken Little feels the weight and responsibility of being his son... continue >

Cows to the rescue (2004)

"Home on the Range" is the Walt Disney cartoon created with the traditional animation method (freehand drawings rather than 3D computer graphics) as well as the previous and beautiful "Koda, Brother Bear". The story set in the wild west has as its protagonists the animals of the "Patch of Heaven" ranch and in particular the three cows Mrs Caloway, Maggie and Grace who decide to help their owner to save the farm from eviction threatened by the outlaw Alameda Slim, who is came into possession of the farm by paying the mortgage on that land. The three cows, with the help of numerous and very friendly farm animals, will have to obtain the 1000 dollars needed to redeem the farm of their beloved owner Pearl... continue >

Koda bear brother (2003)

Koda, Brother Bear is the animation by Walt Disney Pictures directed by Aaron Blaise and Robert Walker and distributed by Buena Vista International in the USA in November 2003 and in Europe starting from 5 March 2004. The story, set immediately after last ice age, features Kanhai as the protagonist, a young Inuit hunter with a big flaw: he is impulsive and self-centered, in a hurry to grow up and be accepted in the adult community. Unaware of the fact that his irresponsible actions can cause harm to others, our boy seeks adventure and challenges danger only for the sake of showing off in the eyes of the older ones. This behavior will cause the death of his older brother, Sitka. It is an important day for Kanhai, the day in which his life will have a decisive turning point, regarding his spiritual maturation. Upon discovering that his Spirit Guide is his Love, the young man is rather disappointed and accepts this revelation with disdain; which will lead to dramatic consequences. .... continue >

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

Lilo & Stitch is one of the most successful animated films of recent years to the point of deserving a nomination at the 2003 Oscars. Produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation, which created it using the traditional animation technique and only in some cases the computer graphics (for the spaceships) are based on the idea and direction of the talented Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois, present on the staff of "Beauty and the Beast" and "The Lion King". The story begins on a distant planet in a distant galaxy. Here we find the Galactic Federation, which accuses the scientist Jumba Jookiba of having created, through genetic manipulation, a very dangerous being, whose sole purpose is destruction... continue >

Il pianeta del tesoro (2002)

Treasure Planet is perhaps the most beautiful Disney masterpiece of recent times as it manages to make an excellent integration between traditional animation and 3D computer graphics. The images are astonishing and in particular the backgrounds, which portray galaxies with colorful and fascinating colours. The animations (and it couldn't be otherwise) are excellent in the fluidity of the movements, especially when the protagonist flies in the cosmic sky aboard his solar surfboard and, as in most Disney cartoons, here too the expressions and the precise characterization of the individual characters. The cartoon "Treasure Planet" is clearly inspired by one of the classics of adventure novels: Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. Directors John Musker and Ron Clements wanted to give it a space setting in order to recreate the charm of the unknown that had inspired the writing of Steavenson's book.... continue >

Atlantis - The lost empire (2001)

Atlantis: The Lost Empire, a jewel produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation in 2001, is a film that unfolds between fantasy and reality, mixing adventure and scientific discoveries. Forget the typical Disney animated musicals: here we immerse ourselves in a heart-pounding adventure, between science and lost mythologies, directed by the masters Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise. Set in 1914, the film takes us through the streets of Washington, before immersing us in the underwater mysteries of the legendary city of Atlantis. The story follows young linguist Milo Thatch, who finds himself in possession of a sacred book believed to be the key to finding the lost city. With the help of a crew of mercenaries, Milo sets off in search of this mysterious submerged empire... continue >

Le follie dell'imperatore (2000)

Kuzco is a young Inca emperor who intends to destroy a village in order to build a water park on the occasion of his birthday, despite the protests of the tribal chief. Meanwhile, Yzma, Kuzco's evil advisor, takes revenge after being kicked out by preparing a powerful poison. His clumsy and muscular servant Kronk makes a mistake and instead of serving poison to the emperor, he makes him drink a magic potion that transforms him into a Lama. Kuzco and Yzma get rid of the llama by throwing him over a waterfall, but Kronk, overcome by remorse, saves him. After a daring series of events, Kuzco in llama format ends his journey aboard the village tribal chief's cart, which takes him to his house. Kuzco is terrified by his new appearance, but continues to behave like the usual spoiled emperor and his idea of ​​building the water park, thus refusing the help of Pacha the tribal chief... continue >

Dinosaurs (2000)

Dinosaurs (Dinosaur) is a 2000 CGI computer graphics animated adventure film, produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation in collaboration with The Secret Lab. The 39th Disney animated film tells the story of a young Iguanodon who was adopted and raised by a family of lemurs on a tropical island. After surviving a devastating meteor shower, the family moves into their new home and befriends a herd of dinosaurs along the way, during a journey to the "Nest Nest." Unfortunately, they are hunted by predators such as Carnotaurus.... continue >

Disney animated films of the 90s

Fantasia 2000 (1999)

Fantasia 2000, released in 1999, marks a significant moment in the history of Disney animation, representing the 38th classic according to the official canon of the production company. The film stands out as the sequel to the groundbreaking 1940 Fantasia and as the first film in the experimental era of Disney animation, a period that lasted until 2008. This musical anthology was produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The film, conceived and made to celebrate both the sixtieth year since the publication of the first Fantasia and the dawn of the new millennium, keeps music as the central core of the show, transforming it into vivid and dynamic images. The animated segments of Fantasia 2000 have been carefully set to pieces of classical music, and each segment is introduced by celebrities... continue >

Tarzan (1999)

In the heart of the jungle, Tarzan, a man cub, is adopted by a family of gorillas who treat him like one of their own. Together with his effervescent friend Terk and the funny elephant Tantor, Tarzan learns to swing between the trees and survive in the animal kingdom. Tarzan's life flows calmly and serenely until the arrival of civilized humans, who force the King of the Jungle to make a painful decision: follow the humans and the beautiful Jane or stay with the family of gorillas that he loves... continue >

Mulan (1998)

The animated film "Mulan" (original title "Legend Of Mulan"), is one of Walt Disney's most original masterpieces, made in 1998 and directed by Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook. Mulan, a Chinese girl of marriageable age, according to an ancient custom, must prepare for the matchmaker, who will select the young women who are to marry. After long preparations of combing and dressing, Mulan presents herself in all her beauty, but unfortunately she causes a lot of trouble, sending her matchmaker into a rage. But fate has other plans for the young and courageous Mulan. One day the Emperor's messenger announces the invasion of China by the Huns of Shan-Yu, therefore the men of each family will have to leave for war in order to defend their nation... continue >

Hercules (1997)

Hercules is a 1997 animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation for Walt Disney Pictures. The film is Disney's 35th animated feature film and is loosely based on the legendary Hercules, the hero of Greek mythology, son of Zeus. The film was directed by John Musker and Ron Clements, both of whom also produced the film with Alice Dewey Goldstone. The screenplay was written by Musker, Clements, Donald McEnery, Bob Shaw and Irene Mecchi. The film tells the adventures of the protagonist Hercules, a demigod with super strength who grew up among mortals, who must learn to become a true hero to regain his place among the gods of Mount Olympus, while his evil uncle Hades plots for his fall... continue >

Il gobbo di Notre Dame (1996)

The bell ringer Quasimodo, a young outcast and physically deformed by a conspicuous hunchback, goes to the town's masquerade party. After being mocked by all the inhabitants of the city, he manages to be saved by the gypsy Esmeralda, with whom he begins to feel an intense feeling of friendship. Judge Frollo, however, both disgusted by Quasimodo and grumpy towards the gypsies, tries in every way to prevent the two from becoming friends, forcing the captain of the guard Febo to capture all the gypsies. The captain rebels against the judge's wishes and is thus considered a criminal. Seeing that none of the guards obey him, the judge misleads Quasimodo and Phoebus, who rush into the gypsies' camp, without knowing that they are being followed by the evil Frollo. At the top of the tower of Notre Dame, Frollo tries to kill both Quasimodo and Esmeralda, and after revealing the true story of Quasimodo's mother's death... continue >

Pocahontas (1995)

Pocahontas, the animated film produced in 1995 by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures, is intertwined with music and history, becoming a tale of great beauty and complexity. Directed by Mike Gabriel and Eric Goldberg, in his directorial debut, the film shines as the 33rd Disney classic and the sixth title released during the Disney Renaissance era. The work is set in the lands rich in Native American legends, and takes us through the romantic story of the meeting between Pocahontas and John Smith, outlining his legendary salvation at her hands. The screenplay, creatively conceived by Philip LaZebnik, Carl Binder, and Susannah Grant, modulates the true story to make it more engaging and fascinating for audiences, creating a unique cinematic experience... continue >

The Lion King (1994)

The concept that every end corresponds to a new beginning is certainly not a modern conception that has appeared in recent years: over time, in all eras this thesis has been vigorously dissected in many oral, literary, philosophical and cinematographic cultures. Precisely as regards the world of cinematography, the best film that in our opinion has managed to project all the facets of this now almost indisputable truth is without a shadow of a doubt Disney's animated masterpiece "The Lion King". It was way back in 1989 when in the brilliant minds of the Disney authors the idea of ​​creating a cartoon with such profound content as to make adults passionate and reflect, but also with the driving comedy and light-heartedness that could have attracted even the public of a decidedly less advanced age. Within 5 years this idea finally became reality: in 1994 Disney launched its 32nd animated classic with the original title of "The Lion King"... continue >

Aladdin (1992)

Released in 1992, Aladdin is the 31st animated film by Walt Disney, where we find the prestigious directors of Ron Clements and John Musker. A significant weight was given by the dubbing, in particular of the Genie of the Lamp, in fact, while in the American version he was entrusted to the voice of Robin Williams, in the Italian one he was splendidly played by Gigi Proietti. The film is the version of the children's fairy tale "Aladdin and the Magic Lamp" taken from the book "One Thousand and One Nights", but as in all Disney versions the narrative structure and the characteristics of the characters have been distorted.... continue >

The beauty and the Beast (1991)

The animated feature film of Beauty and the Beast was made in 1991 by Walt Disney Feature Animation, directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise. After the success of the Little Mermaid in 1989, Disney produced another beautiful animated masterpiece based on a classic fairy tale (but with notable differences compared to the original), which won it the Oscar at the 45th Cannes Film Festival, as best soundtrack, written by Alan Menken and for the song Beauty and the Beast, also by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman sung by Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson. In the Italian version it is sung by Gino Paoli and Amanda Sandrelli in the final theme. Once upon a time there was a young prince, who lived in a beautiful castle in a kingdom far away. The prince possessed everything that any man could desire, but he lacked generosity as wealth had made him insensitive and selfish. One cold winter evening, a poor old woman knocked on the castle door and handed him a rose as a gift, in exchange for some refreshment. The prince who felt contempt for that beggar... continue >

Bianca e Bernie nella terra dei canguri (1990)

"Bianca and Bernie in the land of kangaroos" (original title "The Rescuers Down Under") directed by Hendel Butoy and Mike Gabriel made in 1990. Bianca and Bernie are a couple of cute white mice, who work for the international company of Salvataggio, an association made up of mice only that helps children oppressed by evil adults. Bianca and Bernie in the land of kangaroosAfter the previous "The Adventures of Bianca and Bernie" from 1977, the two mice return to action, entertaining adults and children with a story full of dynamic and exciting animations. At the beginning of the film we find Bianca and Bernie engaged in a romantic candlelit dinner at a prestigious rodent-only restaurant in Mahattan, when the shy Bernie gives his beloved Bianca an engagement ring... continue >

Disney animated films of the 80s

La sirenetta (1989)

Walt Disney's animated film, The Little Mermaid (The Little Mermaid in the American original) was released in cinemas in December 1989 and represents the rebirth of the Disney classics, after the dark period of the 80s. Thanks to this resounding success ( approximately 210 million dollars grossed), production began on the equally successful Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, Toy Story, Pochahontas and so on. The animated feature film The Little Mermaid is based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale, although the ending and many parts of the original story are distorted. The idea for the creation of the fairy tale already came to Disney himself in 1941 and a screenplay and some drawings were drawn up by Kay Nielsen, who illustrated some scenes of the storm. ..... continue >

Oliver & Company (1988)

Oliver & Company is a 1988 American animated film in the musical adventure genre for children and families, produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released on November 18, 1988 by Walt Disney Pictures. This is Disney's 27th animated film, and is loosely based on Charles Dickens' novel Oliver Twist. In the film, Oliver is a homeless kitten who joins a gang of dogs to survive on the streets. Among other changes, the film's setting was moved from 80th century London to XNUMXs New York City, Fagin's gang is made up of dogs (one of whom is Dodger) and Sykes is a loan shark... . continue >

Basil l'investigatopo (1986)

Basil, the Mouse Detective (The Great Mouse Detective in the American original) is the 33rd animated film and the 26th "Animation classic" of the Disney production, published in 1986. It is inspired by the series of detective novels Basil of Baker Street by Eve Titus and Paul Galdone published between 1958 and 1982, in turn inspired by the character of Sherlock Holmes created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887. In London, in June 1897, a young mouse named Olivia Flaversham celebrates her birthday with his father, toy maker, Hiram Flaversham. Suddenly, Vampirello, a mysterious bat with a broken wing and a wooden leg bursts into Flaversham's workshop, kidnapping Hiram. Olivia turns to the famous detective Basil the Baker Street detective, but gets lost. A surgeon named Dr. David Q. Topson (a sort of Sherlock Holmes' Watson), who has just returned from a long service in the 66th Mouse Queen's Regiment in Afghanistan, meets Olivia and accompanies her to Basil's house. . continue >

Taron and the magic pot (1985)

Taron and the Magic Pot (in the American original: The Black Cauldron) is a 1985 animated film in the fantasy genre, produced by Walt Disney Productions together with Silver Screen Partners II and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The film is Disney's 25th animated feature film, and is loosely based on the first two books of Lloyd Alexander's The Chronicles of Prydain, a series of five novels that are, in turn, based on mythology Welsh. Set in the mythical land of Prydain during the Dark Ages, the film centers on an evil emperor known as King Cornelius (The Horned King), who hopes to secure an ancient magical cauldron that will aid him in his desire to conquer the world . He is opposed by the young swineherd Taron, the young princess Ailin, the harp-playing bard Sigh (Fflewddur Fflam) and a friendly wild creature named Gurghi who will try to destroy the magic pot, to prevent King Cornelius (The Horned King) to rule the world... continue >

Red and Toby are enemies (1981)

Walt Disney's 1981 classic, Red and Toby Enemies tells the story of the fox Red and the dog Toby. Orphaned as soon as she was born, Red the fox is soon adopted by old Mrs Tweed. In the house next door lives the hunter Amos Slade, who one day returns home with a puppy dog ​​named Toby, who he wants to train to become a hunting dog. Soon, however, little Red and Toby will become good friends, and will spend their days together playing in the woods. But the fox and the little dog don't know that, once they grow up, their paths are destined to separate. Red will in fact be freed by her owner, aware that the fox, now grown up, needs to live in her natural environment, while Toby will be trained by her owner and will become a skilled hunting dog. Their friendship will be put to the test and in the end the two, having understood how difficult a relationship between prey and predator is, will be content to watch each other from afar..... continue >

Disney animated films of the 70s

Le avventure di Bianca e Bernie (1977)

The Adventures of Bianca & Bernie, a 1977 film, is part of the glorious tradition of Disney animated feature films such as the 23rd classic, shining with its creativity, its style and its humor. Produced by Walt Disney Productions and distributed by Buena Vista, the film is a wonderful animated adventure comedy that has impressed audiences around the world. The Adventures of Bianca and Bernie tells the story of the International Rescue Society, a New York-based organization of mice whose mission is to rescue kidnapping victims around the world. Two members of this very noble society, the refined Miss Bianca and her anxious companion Bernie, undertake a mission to free Penny, a young orphan, from the imprisonment of the treasure hunter Madame Medusa in the "Devil's Swamp".... continue >

The adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)

Winnie the Pooh is a stuffed bear born from the imagination of the English writer Alan Alexander Milne, who published the book "Winnie the Pooh" in 1929. In reality the writer was inspired by the imagination of his son Christopher Robin, who always played with his teddy bear given to him on his first birthday. Over the course of a few years, a donkey, a tiger, two kangaroos and a piglet were added to this toy, all those who would become Winnie the Pooh's inseparable adventure companions. The name Winnie was inspired by a little bear found in the London zoo whose real name was Winniepeg, while Pooh was the name of a swan... continue >

Robin Hood (1973)

A classic of literature, a classic of Disney animation: Robin Hood, the hero of Sherwood Forest who steals from the rich to give to the poor. Fun, emotions and sentiment animate his reckless deeds, those of his faithful friend Little John and the dispossessed in their wake. The goal is to defeat the evil Prince John and his hissing advisor Sir Biss. A timeless story, unforgettable characters, a dazzling soundtrack ... continue >

The Aristocats (1970)

The animated film The Aristocats (original title The Aristocats) was released in cinemas in 1970 and was the first filmed in Walt Disney's absence. It is directed by Wolfgang Reitherman and is inspired by the story by Tom McGowan and Tom Rowe. The story of the Aristocats is set in Paris in 1910 and has as its protagonists the cat Duchess and the kittens Min�, Bizet and Matisse who live pampered and spoiled by the elderly lady Madame. The lady and her cats love to wander the streets of Paris, in the carriage driven by the butler Edgard and pulled by the mare Frou Frou. Duchess is a very elegant and refined cat, who cares a lot about the education of her kittens and is always ready to remind them of her good manners. Madame is waiting for the lawyer George Hautecourt, a bizarre and lively man in his nineties, who when she arrives sends poor Edgard into trouble as he tries to accompany him to the lady.... continue >

Disney animated films of the 60s

The Jungle Book (1967)

"The Jungle Book", Disney's animated film was released in 1967 and was the last feature film that Walt Disney followed personally, although unfortunately he died a few months before it was shown in theaters. The direction was entrusted to Wolfgang Reitherman and the story told is inspired by the famous novel by the British writer Rudyard Kipling, published in 1894, although there are several differences compared to the book. History. In the Indian jungle the panther Bagheera hears strange moans and, intrigued, she goes in search of the source of those sounds. She finds a basket at the bottom of a broken boat in which there is a crying child. Bagheera understands that the man cub is hungry and decides to take him to a couple of wolf friends of his who have recently had a litter: the little one can then be nursed by Mother Wolf.... continue >

The sword in the Stone (1963)

It is the legend of King Art revisited in this animated classic by Walt Disney from 1963. The protagonist is the blond Semola, a frail and clumsy boy, humble servant of Sir Ettore and his son Caio. Semola is always mocked and humiliated by his masters, but one day, while he was going into the woods to retrieve Caio's arrow, he finds the house of the extravagant wizard Merlin. He asks Sir Ettore to educate the boy and so Semola will learn the secrets and philosophy of life. To make little Semola understand the lesson better, he is transformed by Merlin into a fish, then into a squirrel. His lesson is interrupted by the meeting with Maga Mag�, with whom he will have a spectacular magic duel. Meanwhile Caius prepares for the New Year's tournament, the winner of which will be crowned king of England... continue >

One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)

The animated feature film 101 Dalmatians (original title One Hundred and One Dalmatians) was made in 1961 by Walt Disney Productions, directed by Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske and Wolfgang Reitherman. After the success of Lady and the Tramp in 1955, the film again features dogs as protagonists with a story based on Dodie Smith's novel "The Hundred and One Dalmatians". The film is considered by critics as one of the most successful Disney classics, both for the characterization of the characters, for the gripping screenplay, and for the famous music by George Bruns and Mel Levin. Pongo is a Dalmatian breed dog who lives in London with his owner Rudy Radcliff, in a small apartment a few steps from Ridge Parks. Rudy is a bachelor musician, who spends all his time playing and composing music, so Pongo, bored, feeling the need to find a companion for both him and his master, begins to look for her among all those who pass under the window of him ... continue >

Disney animated films of the 50s

The Sleeping Beauty (1959)

The animated feature film "Sleeping Beauty" (Sleeping Beauty in the American original) was produced by Walt Disney in 1959 and adds to the vast list of masterpieces created up to that point. The story is taken from the famous fairy tale by Charles Perrault, but as in all of his films, Walt Disney modified some aspects of the plot in order to make it more exciting and fun. After Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Cinderella it was decided to make some changes to the style of the film, in order to distance it from these very similar fairy tales. We therefore opted for an innovative graphic genre, which for the backgrounds took up the sumptuousness and attention to detail typical of medieval tapestries, while for the characters we sought a modern and essential style, typical of the animated drawing of that period. The creation of the landscapes and backgrounds was entrusted to Eyvind Earle, an illustration genius who strongly characterized the entire graphic impact of the film; every single frame is as if it were an author's painting... continue >

Lady and the Tramp (1955)

"Lady and the Tramp" (original title "Lady and the Tramp") is Walt Disney's animated masterpiece which tells the love story between the dog Lady and a tramp named Biagio; the latter will make her see the world from a different perspective and will give her a short but unforgettable adventure. Lilli, the cocker spaniel protagonist of the feature film, is the gift "Gianni Caro" gives to his wife "Tesoro". When the owners become parents, the dog feels neglected and, jealous, she leaves home. Unfortunately she ends up in the clutches of the dog catcher, but is saved, precisely, by the half-breed Biagio. The film, released in American theaters on June 22, 1955 and distributed in Italy on December 15 of the same year, achieved several goals: it marks the return of animals, protagonists in animated films; with an image ratio of 2.55:1, lasting approximately 75 minutes, it is the first animated film to be projected in Cinemascope; the first in stereo mode; the first film to be distributed by Buena Vista Pictures, founded by Disney; it is also part of the ranking of the hundred most beautiful love stories drawn up by the American Film Institute. ... continue >

The Adventures of Peter Pan (1953)

The character of Peter Pan was born from the play by the Scottish novelist James Matthew Barrie written in 1904, entitled "Peter Pan the boy who didn't want to grow up" and in 1911 with the title "Peter and Wendy" it became a very successful book. To tell the truth, Peter Pan made his first appearance as early as 1902 in the novella "The Adventures of Kensington Gardens" (also known as "The Little White Bird") by James Barrie. It was one of Walt Disney's favorite fairy tales, which contributed significantly to the construction of his fantastic imagination, so much so that as a child he played the role of Peter Pan in a school theater performance. The project of making an animated feature film on Peter Pan was already conceived after the making of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, but due to the Second World War, he had to suspend the work which he resumed after the end of the conflict... continue >

Alice in Wonderland (1951)

The animated film "Alice in Wonderland" by Walt Disney was released in cinemas on July 28, 1951, but was not as successful as hoped. The animated feature film was directed by Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson and Hamilton Luske and is the adaptation of Lewis Carroll's book. Alice's dream is a wonderful fantasy that seems to have been invented specifically for animated drawings. In this film Disney rediscovers his splendid and imaginative vein and draws from the book the maximum visual suggestion, which he had already tackled twenty years earlier, for a short black and white short film, inspired by the blonde dreamer girl. The film begins with Alice's sister explaining her story to him, while she is lying on the grass and bored, she thinks about something completely different while she plays with her kitten Oreste...... continue >

Cinderella (1950)

Towards the end of the 40s, the Walt Disney studios went through a moment of great economic difficulty, both due to the crisis caused by the recent world war, and because the previous animated films such as Pinocchio and Fantasia and Bambi did not have the hoped for success. In truth, we proceeded with the creation of short cartoons, which were just used to cover production costs. It was necessary to make a radical change to the situation with a new film. At this juncture, Walt Disney understood that the fate of the production company itself was at stake, so he carefully studied every single detail to ensure he was successful. His point of reference was the previous creation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, that is, the story of an unlucky girl who redeems herself in the finale. He therefore focused on the classic fairy tale of Cinderella, known throughout the world thanks to Charles Perrault's version..... continue >

Disney animated films of the 40s

The Adventures of Ichaboad and Mister Toad (1949)

The story begins with the toad Taddeo from the story "The wind among the willows". The toad was a very eccentric adventurer and reckless and loved to surround himself with friends and three in particular. The first was the accountant Tasso Mc Tass, the second Topus Waterat and finally Talpino Sweetmellow, a mole with a mild and sweet character. Everyone is brought together by Mc Tass at Villa Rospo, Taddeo's luxurious home to discuss the debts of the eccentric toad, who finds himself running around with a horse and a circus cart, regardless of his financial situation in serious crisis due to his expenses crazy . Tasso mcTass has taken it upon himself to put his accounts in order, but now he is also asking for help from his other friends. Topus and Talpino reach Taddeo and try to make him stop his extravagant ways, but the toad doesn't want to listen to them and, seeing a car passing by, is suddenly attracted by his passion for motors. Topus and Talpa have no choice but to capture him and lock him in his room... continue >

The chest of seven pearls (1948)

The Chest of Seven Pearls (Melody Time in the American original) is the 10th animated feature film produced by Walt Disney in 1948 and is composed of 7 musical cartoons, along the lines of Fantasia, although with less artistic pretensions. Directed by Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske and Jack Kinney, it has a duration of 70 minutes and includes the following episodes: Once Upon a Wintertime Or "Once Upon a Time in Winter" is an evocative short film, which transports the spectator in the magical white world of winter. The protagonists are a young couple of lovers, who after a ride in a carriage perform spectacular pirouettes, skating on the ice, into which they engrave scratches in the shape of little hearts. At a certain point the ice sheets break and the girl risks drowning. She is saved by the intrepid boy and the help of the bunnies and the carriage horse, before the girl can fall into the waterfall. ... continue >

Bongo and the three adventurers (1947)

The animated film Bongo and the three adventurers (original title Fun & Fancy Free) is a fantastic fairy-tale adventure whose protagonists are: Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and the Talking Cricket. The cartoon was created in 1947 and directed by Disney animators William Morgan, Jack Kinney, Bill Roberts, Hamilton Luske, Ward Kimball, Les Clark, John Lounsbery, Fred Moore and Wolfgang Reitherman. The main protagonist, however, is Bongo, a little bear who works in a circus as an acrobat cyclist who, tired of that life, goes into the woods in search of freedom. Having been born in a circus, he is not used to being free and managing his own life, therefore he feels uncomfortable. When he is about to return to the circus he meets the teddy bear Lulubelle and, after the classic love at first sight, love is born between the two. In the episode The Happy Valley: a magical harp spread a sweet melody from a castle that made all the inhabitants of the valley happy. But one day someone stole that precious harp... continue >

Music maestro (1946)

"Musica Maestro", known internationally as Make Mine Music, is a particular piece in the mosaic of Disney productions. Released way back in 1946 and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, this animated film represents an eclectic meeting of genres, aesthetics and storytelling that is often ignored when discussing Disney's legacy. The historical context in which this film was born is undoubtedly one of the most tormented periods of the XNUMXth century: the Second World War. During these dark years, much of Walt Disney's creative staff had been drafted, and the remainder had been called upon to fulfill an equally crucial mission. The US government had required the animation giant to produce training and propaganda films, a request that left the production company with an abundance of unfinished story ideas... continue >

The three caballeros (1944)

In the golden age of cinematography, a film managed to break the mold, combining animation with reality and proposing a fantastic journey through Latin America. We are talking about "The Three Caballeros", produced in 1944 by Walt Disney and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures. A masterpiece that celebrates the tenth appearance of Donald Duck on the big screen and which marks a crucial moment in the evolution of animated cinema. “The Three Caballeros” is a bold and futuristic blend of live-action and animation, an alchemy that at the time represented a real revolution in the cinematographic field. Released as Disney's seventh animated feature film, the film is divided into autonomous segments, connected by the common thread of Donald Duck (Donald Duck) who opens birthday presents from his Latin American friends... continue >

Bambi (1942)

Bambi is considered by many to be one of the greatest masterpieces of Walt Disney production. The film was released in cinemas in 1942, but its production began as early as 1936, during the making of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The film is inspired by the book "Bambi, a Life in the Woods" written by Felix Salten in 1923, but Walt Disney and the team of animators wanted to detach themselves from the story, to give greater prominence to the description of nature and animals. The film begins with a wonderful overview of the forest, with realistic and suggestive images that lead us to discover the animals of the forest. These are faithfully characterized on the basis of the study of their behavior in nature. So the owl will fall asleep at the first light of dawn, while the squirrels wake up, together with the other creatures... continue>

Saludos Amigos (1942)

Saludos Amigos is not just another Disney animated film; It is a journey into the cultures, landscapes and hearts of Latin America. Released in 1942 and directed by a team of filmmakers, including Bill Roberts and Hamilton Luske, this film represents a turning point in Disney's filmography, being the first of six collective films produced during the XNUMXs. But what are the elements that make this film a stainless classic? Consisting of four different segments, Saludos Amigos lets two of the brightest stars in the Disney universe shine: Donald Duck and Goofy. In addition to them, the Brazilian parrot Jos� Carioca makes his debut, a charming and charismatic character who smokes cigars and dances the samba... continue >

Dumbo (1941)

Dumbo is a 1941 animated fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Productions and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures. Dumbo is Disney's fourth animated feature film, and is based on the children's book written by Helen Aberson and Harold Pearl and illustrated by Helen Durney for the prototype of a new toy (Roll-a-Book). The main character is Jumbo Jr., a small elephant who at his birth is cruelly nicknamed "Dumbo", as in "stupid". He is ridiculed for his large ears, but in reality he is capable of flying using them as wings. For most of the film, his only real friend, aside from his mother, is the mouse, Timothy, a parody of the stereotype that mice and elephants are natural enemies...continue >

Fantasy fabric (1940)

Fantasia is much more than an animated film; It is a true visual symphony that has broken the boundaries between the classical world of music and the innovative universe of animation. Produced and distributed by Walt Disney Productions in 1940, this anthology film marked a turning point in animated cinema and continues to enchant generations with its harmonious fusion of images and sounds. Born from the idea of ​​revitalizing the character of Mickey Mouse through the short film "The Sorcerer's Apprentice", the Fantasia project soon evolved into something bigger. Walt Disney, along with Ben Sharpsteen, Joe Grant and Dick Huemer, realized that the increasing costs of the short film could not be recouped with a simple short film...continue >

Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio (1940)

Original title: Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio Supervisor Director: Hamilton Luske, Ben Sharpsteen
Record sequences: Norm Ferguson, Bill Roberts, Jack Kinney, Wilfred Jackson, T. Hee

After the great success achieved with the masterpiece Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Walt Disney was called to another challenge. The public was asking for other characters with the same charisma as Dotto, Brontolo, Cucciolo and so on, but Disney above all tried to surpass himself from a technical point of view. He found in Carlo Collodi's fairy tale all the necessary ingredients to be able to make an animated film, which in addition to having very well characterized characters, called him to a greater commitment to the study of animation. After two years of intense work, in 1940 the film Pinocchio was released in American cinemas, which amazed above all for its sophisticated technical innovation, even if it did not achieve the hoped-for success...continue >

Disney animated films of the 30s

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

Original title: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Supervising director: David Hand
Record sequences: Perce Pearce, William Cottrell, Larry Morey, Wilfred

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs ("Snow White and the seven Dwarfs" in the American original) is the first feature film in the history of animated cinema by Walt Disney; its creation, which began in 1934, was completed in 1937. The film premiered on December 21st at the Carthay Cicle Theater in Los Angeles and achieved an extraordinary success. In fact, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs represents a true cinematic turning point, not only because it is confirmed as a masterpiece of unsurpassed grandeur, but also because it has set a standard by which all cartoons are judged...continue >

List of Disney Pixar cartoons

On this page you will find a list of Disney Pixar cartoons, characters and animated films year by year, from newest to oldest. Click on the film link to continue reading.

Elio (2024)

The plot tells the story of Elio Solis, an eleven-year-old boy, played by Kibreab, who unexpectedly becomes the intergalactic ambassador of planet Earth. This incredible adventure begins when, following an accidental encounter with extraterrestrials, Elio is transported to the Communiverse, an interstellar meeting point. Here, the young Elio finds himself having to interact with bizarre alien life forms and face a series of challenges and tests that will test his courage... continue >

Elemental (2023)

Directed by Peter Sohn and produced by Denise Ream, "Elemental" is a CGI animated film that takes viewers into a world inhabited by anthropomorphic elements of nature. We follow the love story between Ember Lumen, a fire element voiced by Leah Lewis, and Wade Ripple, a water element played by Mamoudou Athie. In a chance and fortuitous meeting in a grocery store, owned by Ember's father, the two discover a bond that tests the very laws of nature... continue >

Lightyear - The true story of Buzz (2022)

Lightyear: The True Story of Buzz, the original Disney and Pixar feature film is an action adventure that tells the origins of Buzz Lightyear, the hero who inspired the Toy Story toy. The film follows the legendary Space Ranger on an intergalactic adventure. “The world of Buzz has always thrilled me,” said director Angus MacLane. “In Toy Story, there seemed to be an incredible story, which is only hinted at, about him being a Space Ranger and I always wanted to explore this world further… continue >

Red Level (2022)

Directed by Domee Shi, who makes his feature film directorial debut, "Red" is a story rooted in a mix of cultures and emotions. The plot takes us to Toronto in 2002, where we meet Mei Lee, a thirteen-year-old of Chinese origin who has to deal with adolescence. All too often, her adolescent impulses transform her into an enormous red panda, a situation that turns out to be... complicated, to put it kindly. The film is a small miracle for several reasons. First, it is the first Pixar film directed exclusively by a woman, a significant achievement that paves the way for new perspectives and voices in the animation industry. Secondly, the film captures attention thanks to its mix of anime and 3D animation, which gives a distinctive visual look to the story... continue >

Luca (2021)

Luca, a 2021 animated film produced by Pixar Animation Studios in collaboration with Walt Disney Pictures, is a story that not only captures the essence of youth, but also the beauty and atmosphere of the Ligurian Riviera. Directed by Enrico Casarosa, making his feature film directorial debut, Luca tells the adventurous story of a young sea monster, Luca Paguro, who has the surprising ability to take on human form when he finds himself on land. The plot focuses on Luca's exploration, together with his new friends Alberto Scorfano and Giulia Marcovaldo, of the picturesque city of Portorosso. Set in the splendid Ligurian Riviera, the film reflects Casarosa's childhood memories in Genoa, transporting the viewer on an unforgettable journey between the sea, friendship and summer adventures.... continue >

Soul (2020)

Produced by Pixar Animation Studios and in co-production with Walt Disney Pictures, "Soul" is one of the most remarkable films of 2020, which masterfully reveals the depths of the human soul through a compelling and one-of-a-kind story. Directed by the talented Pete Docter and co-directed by Kemp Powers, "Soul" tells the story of Joe Gardner, played by the magnetic voice of Jamie Foxx. Joe, a middle school music teacher and budding jazz pianist, finds himself having to reunite his soul and body after an accident separates them just before his long-awaited break in the world of jazz music. The story, conceived by Docter in 2016, immerses itself in the origins of human personalities and the idea of ​​determinism, artfully uniting the concept of space-time and the essence of the soul... continue >

Onward - Beyond the magic (2020)

The magic of cinema was taken to a new level in 2020 with the animated film Onward, produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. Directed and co-written by Dan Scanlon, already known for directing "Monsters University" in 2013, the film represents the 22nd animated feature film from the Pixar production company. Set in a contemporary suburban fantasy world, Onward presents the adventurous story of two elf brothers, Ian and Barley Lightfoot, voiced by celebrities Tom Holland and Chris Pratt respectively. Their goal? Go in search of a mysterious artifact that could allow them to spend another twenty-four hours with their late father, Wilden. A mission not without difficulties, including cryptic maps, insurmountable obstacles and extraordinary discoveries... continue >

Toy Story 4 (2019)

More than twenty years after the creation by Pixar Animation Studios of Toy Story - The World of Toys, the first computer-animated feature film in the world, the protagonists of the unforgettable Disney Pixar film return in the first special contents of Toy Story 4, in Italian cinemas from 27 June 2019. Directed by Josh Cooley, produced by Jonas Rivera and Mark Nielsen, Toy Story 4 sees Woody and Buzz struggling with a journey in the company of old and new friends and unexpected returns. Woody has always known his place in the world and his priority has always been to take care of his child, whether it was Andy or Bonnie. When Forky, Bonnie's new school project turned toy, calls himself "trash" and not a toy, Woody decides to show him the positive aspects of this new life. But when Bonnie takes the whole gang of toys on a road trip with her family, Woody takes an unexpected detour, which leads him to reunite with her long-lost friend, Bo Peep.... continue >

The Incredibles 2 (2018)

Sequel to the famous "The Incredibles: A "normal" family of superheroes" from 2004, this film represents Pixar's 20th animated feature film. The unmistakable family of superheroes is back in action, this time with a mission: to regain public trust in superheroes. However, in doing so, they find themselves facing a new adversary who aims to turn public opinion against all "supers". The historic cast, made up of actors of the caliber of Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell and Samuel L. Jackson, have been joined by new faces, such as Huckleberry Milner, Bob Odenkirk, Catherine Keener and Jonathan Banks... continue >

Coco (2017)

Coco tells the story of young Miguel who dreams of becoming a famous musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz but does not understand why any form of music has been strictly banned in the family for generations. Eager to demonstrate his talent, following a mysterious series of events Miguel ends up finding himself in the surprising and colorful Land of the Afterlife...continue >

Cars 3 (2017)

Caught off guard by a new generation of racing cars, the legendary Lightning McQueen is forced to retire from the sport he loves. To get back on the track he will need the help of Cruz Ramirez, a young racing car expert with a great desire to win, and he will have to rediscover the teachings of his late mentor Hudson Hornet: her path will be full of unexpected turns . To prove that number 95 still has the makings of a champion, Saetta will have to compete in the biggest race of the Piston Cup... continue >

Finding Dory (2016)

Finding Dory (�Finding Dory� in the American original) is an American 3D computer graphics animated film in 2016, produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The American film directed by Andrew Stanton and written by Stanton and Victoria Strouse, the film is the sequel to the 2003 film Finding Nemo. The film tells the story of the forgetful little fish Dory, who travels in search of her parents. The film premiered at the El Capitan Theater in Los Angeles on 8 June 2016 and was released in the United States on 17 June 2016, while in Italy it was released in cinemas on 15 September of the same year... continue >

Arlo's journey (2015)

Directed by Peter Sohn (Partly Cloudy) and produced by Denise Ream (Cars 2, Up), the new Disney�Pixar feature film Arlo's Journey will arrive in Italian cinemas on November 25, 2015 and will transport the audience on an epic journey through prehistoric era, where a brave and curious dinosaur named Arlo forms an unusual friendship with a human being. What would have happened if the asteroid that changed life on earth forever had not hit our planet and the dinosaurs had never become extinct? An epic journey into the prehistoric era, where a brave and curious dinosaur named Arlo forms an unusual friendship with a human... continue >

Inside Out (2015)

Inside Out is a 3 2015D computer graphics animated film, directed by Pete Docter from a screenplay he co-wrote with Meg LeFauve and Josh Cooley. Produced by Pixar Animation Studios, it stars the voices of Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Richard Kind, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Kaitlyn Dias, Diane Lane and Kyle MacLachlan. The film follows the inner workings of a young girl's mind. girl named Riley, who adapts to her family's move, while five emotions represented by 5 characters, manage her thoughts and actions. In the mind of a young girl named Riley are the basic emotions that control her actions: Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust, and Anger. Her experiences become memories, stored as colored spheres, which are sent into long-term memory each night. ... continue >

Monsters University (2013)

Monsters University is the prequel to Monsters & Co, the film that a few years ago conquered a heterogeneous audience made up of adults and children, and aims to surpass the figures of the first episode. Monster University is the background that explains how the two nice friends, Mike and Sullivan, expert scarers, become professionals who, with their gags, have made entire audiences laugh. In this prequel, Mike and Sullivan meet for the first time and become friends after initial misunderstandings. In fact, the two of them will be the undisputed protagonists of the 3D movie populated by fantastic creatures with bright colors and unlikely shapes... continue >

Rebel - The Brave (2012)

The story is set in ancient and mysterious medieval Scotland. The mammoth King Fergus, ruler of the DunBroch clan, gives a magnificent bow to his young daughter Merida on the occasion of her birthday. The little girl, excited by the gift, immediately begins to practice but shoots an arrow too far and therefore has to go and retrieve it from the trunk of the tree in which she was impaled, in a wood near the camp where she is with her friends. parents. Here a long line of will-o'-the-wisps appears before her and she begins to chase them but she is forced to turn back and is called back by her mother, Queen Elinor... continue >

Cars 2 (2011)

he popular racing car Lightning McQueen and his inseparable tow truck friend Mater will have to face a long journey to take part in the first World Grand Prix, which will decide which is the fastest car in the world. The path towards the great challenge will prove to be full of obstacles, adventures and unexpected twists when Mater, despite himself, becomes involved in a huge case of global espionage. Mater will find himself debating whether to stay close to his friend Lightning McQueen in preparation for the all-important world race or obey orders on a top secret spy mission, Mater's action-packed journey will take him around the world to chase through the streets of Japan and Europe... continue >

Toy Story 3 - The Great Escape (2010)

Andy the cowboy, Buzz the space agent, Jessie the cowgirl, Hamm the pig, Mr and Mrs Potato, Rex the dinosaur, Slinky the wind-up dog and Barbie will be mistakenly sent to nursery where they will meet other toys. Everyone appears happy except Woody, still convinced that their role is always to stay with Andy, even if he has decided to put them away in the attic, against his mother's wishes. The first meeting with the rowdy kindergarten children is terrible, as they will be taken to the earthworm room, the one intended for the little ones under 3 years old, who do not yet know how to use delicacy and imagination to make the toys move.. . continue >

Up (2009)

Carl Fredricksen, the 78-year-old balloon trader, who after many years manages to fulfill his greatest dream, that of a magnificent adventure. By means of thousands of balloons he makes his little house take flight and heads towards the unexplored lands of South America. Despite himself, he discovers an unwanted guest on board: an overly optimistic eight-year-old boy, a Wilderness Explorer named Russell. Together they will explore a lost world, where they will encounter some bizarre, exotic and extraordinary characters. Carl Fredricksen is not the classic young and handsome hero, but a gruff and misanthropic elderly man, whom it is impossible not to love. The retiree was once a balloon salesman and decides to leave the house he and his late wife, Ellie, built together... continue >

WALL�E (2008)

The story is set in the year 2815, where we find the earth entirely submerged by waste and desolately uninhabited by mankind, who have moved onto the hyper-technological spaceship Axiom, managed by the multinational Buy'N'Large Corporation (BNL). The only animated form on the planet is a small robot WALLE, the initials of Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class, (meaning "Earth-based waste load lifter"), which has been forgotten to be turned on by humans and therefore continues its work to which has been programmed for over 700 years. It is powered by solar energy and its task is to... continue >

Ratatouille (2007)

Auguste Gusteau is the greatest French chef, who runs a famous 5-star restaurant in Paris and writes successful books, with the motto "anyone can cook". Remy is a country rat, who lives within a large colony of mice, which feed on garbage and sometimes make incursions and raids on suburban homes. Remy has an innate talent: equipped with a superb sense of smell, he is able to distinguish the ingredients of which any food is made. This gift is very precious to the rat community, which must protect itself from rat poison, potentially hidden in any food. Remy teaches his friend the importance of knowing how to choose foods and savor them, combining them with others to create very tasty dishes. .. continue >

Cars - Roaring engines (2006)

Lightning McQueen (original voice of OWEN WILSON), a novice race car but with a promising future, discovers that the important thing in life is to participate and not cross the finish line, when he suddenly finds himself diverted to the sleepy town of Radiator Springs on the Route 66. Cars roaring engines While he is crossing the country to reach the great Piston Cup championship in California and face two established professionals, McQueen meets the somewhat "alternative" characters of the city, including Sally (a refined 2002 Porsche voiced by BONNIE HUNT), Doctor Hudson (a 1951 Hudson Hornet with a mysterious past, voiced by PAUL NEWMAN), and Tool Carl (a slightly rusty but still reliable tow truck, voiced by LARRY THE CABLE GUY) - who they help him understand that there are more important things in life than trophies... continue >

The Incredibles - A "normal" family of superheroes (2004)

After the successes of "Monster & Co.", but above all of the award-winning "Finding Nemo", the formidable Pixar-Disney duo has created another masterpiece destined for great success: The Incredibles (original title The incredible), animated film made entirely in 3D, which in America grossed around 70 million dollars in the first weekend of screening alone. The protagonists are a family of super-heroes, made up of: Mr. Incredible the head of the family, his wife Elasticgirl and their children Flash, Violetta and Jack Jack. Mister Incredible is a superhero endowed with superhuman strength, even if he is no longer very young (as demonstrated by his extra kilos) and due to some legal problems (he saved an aspiring suicide who reported him to a billion-dollar compensation), he stopped carrying out his missions for several years.... continue >

Finding Nemo (2003)

The film tells the story of two clownfish: Marlin and his son Nemo. Marlin is very protective of Nemo as his beloved little fish Carol and her other children were devoured by a huge fish, therefore Nemo is the only family member left alive. This hyper-protection, however, makes the little fish Nemo very nervous and limited in his desire to learn about the marine world. Despite Marlin's careful guard, Nemo, having ventured into a coral reef, is captured off the coast of Australia and ends up in the aquarium of a dentist in Sydney... continue >

Monsters & Co. (2001)

We are in Mostropoli. In the city of monsters, a single source of energy is used to obtain electricity: the frightened screams of children. Monsters Inc. is the company that transforms these manifestations of terror into energy, but to obtain the raw materials it needs to scare little humans and for this reason among its staff there is a team of scarers. These professionals in instilling fear act at night when the little ones are alone in their bedrooms; they enter through the door of the built-in wardrobe and, thanks to their certainly not fascinating appearance, they manage to capture large quantities of energy with growls and roars... continue >

Toy Story 2 - Woody and Buzz to the rescue (1999)

Woody and Buzz have now become friends, so the toy cowboy prepares to leave with Andy for summer camp, but after breaking his arm, Andy decides to leave him at home to avoid breaking it completely, with Woody thinking that his time is now over. Woody, during Andy's absence, comes across an old toy of Andy's, which is put up for sale by the child's mother, who sets up a flea market: to save his new friend, Woody is stolen by the collector Al, and Nothing helps Buzz's attempt to save the cowboy, who will discover that he was the star of an old TV show and is worth a lot of money, and also in Al's attic he meets the horse Bullseye, the cowgirl Jesse and the researcher golden Pete.... continue >

A Bug's Life - Megaminimondo (1998)

The story of the film has as its protagonist a clumsy and clumsy ant named Flik. Our hero is looking for "tough warriors" to save his colony from hungry grasshoppers. Ant Island is a colony of ants led by the retired queen and her daughter, Princess Atta. Every season, all the ants are forced to feed a band of marauding grasshoppers led by the evil and arrogant Hopper. One day, when Flik, ​​an individualistic ant and inventor, invents a device for fast grain harvesting, Hopper demands double the food as compensation. When Flik seriously suggests seeking help from other stronger insects, the other ants see it as an opportunity and send him away from the anthill... continue >

Toy Story - The world of toys (1995)

Woody is little Andy's favorite cowboy toy, who enjoys playing with him day and night. On his birthday, however, the other toys think that one of them will be replaced forever, which doesn't scare Woody at all, who tries to reassure his friends: it happens, however, that after opening his mother's present, Andy finds the Buzz Lightyear toy, a toy that represents a super-equipped space ranger with a laser light, a toy that will become Andy's favorite, who will play less and less with Woody. The cowboy then starts to get jealous, and after a series of arguments with Buzz, who doesn't understand that he's just a toy, Woody accidentally makes him fall from the balcony.... continue >

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