5 Questions We All Have About Disney Movies That Still Keep Us Up At Night

Listen, I know suspension of disbelief is important, especially with cartoons. But here's the thing, sometimes these moments leave you with big enough questions that distract you from the rest of the movie. Obviously all these movies are amazing no matter what, but these silly little things make us wonder even after all these years. Whether it's a weird continuity problem or just a logistical error, these little moments just raise a lot of questions and we want answers! 1. Ariel, please can't you just write a letter? Walt DisneyAriel, she took your voice, not your brain. You value your


10 Things About The Lion King That You Would Have Never Guessed

The Lion King is by far one of the best, if not the greatest animated Disney movie of all time. It changed the game in more ways then one when it hit the big screens in 1994, raking in massive amounts of money at the box office. But there was a lot going on behind the scenes as they made the movie that we bet you didn't know. Here are 10 things about your favorite Disney movie that will blow your mind. 1. The bench really came to play.The animators that brought us The Lion King were actually Disney's


Do You Know The Most Popular Disney Movie From The Year You Were Born?

Most people grew up with the influence of Disney movies. Whether you watched the more recent computer-animated ones, or the original cartoon classics, Disney has played a big part in your life. But what was the most popular Disney movie the year you were born? Find out!1967: The Jungle BookDisneyThis film brought us the classics "Bare Necessities" and "I Wanna Be Like You." Who didn't want a best friend like Baloo? 1968: The Love BugDisney/DelishThe Love Bug started one of the most beloved car franchises of all times. Who hasn't seen a Herbie movie in their lifetime?1969:


The Nightmare Before Christmas Had A Beginning Even Weirder Than The Actual Film

Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas is quite possibly the creepiest children's movie of all time. Even now, at 30-years-old, the movie makes my skin crawl when it ends up on the television, but can you expect anything less from the creative mind of Tim Burton?Oh My Disney But what you may not know is that Tim Burton based the movie off a poem, he wrote while working for Disney in the early 1980s. What ended up being a three-page poem was inspired by classic children's Christmas shows: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Burton


10 Disney Movies-Turned-Shows You'll Be Happy You Forgot

The magic of Disney was all we ever wanted to watch when we were kids. We all spent hours watching, rewinding and then re-watching every Disney movie we owned until we could recite them from memory. DisneyOur poor parents probably knew them all too. Luckily, Disney decided to do something to help them. Making a movie took years, but producing episodes of a TV show was a quicker process. They started making a bunch of shows banking on their already lovable characters and just creating new stories for them.A lot of people forget that there were so many Disney