We’ve all been there, we all have at least one favorite Disney movie which we watched multiple times when we were young. They literally marked my childhood. I remember when I was in school I couldn’t wait until I got home because I really wanted to see if Gabriela will actually leave Troy.
I remember running home, I was in such a rush to get back home because Mufasa was dying and I was missing that part even though I saw it like 5 times before, still! I was so happy when I watched them, and now every time I watch a Disney movie I feel the same joy, they make me feel alive, they remind me of those good times when the only concern was “will Hannah take off her wig? What if everybody finds out?”
MY FAVORITE DISNEY MOVIE EVER: ALADDIN
I love the new interpretation more, the one in which Will Smith is the genie and Mena Massoud plays the role of Aladdin. The classic Disney movie from the 90s will always have a special place in my heart, it’s classic, of course, it will have. But this interpretation, with these actors, literally blew my mind and expectations. The moment I knew this movie is my favorite one ever is when the genie said “Who’s she? Whos the girl?” and Aladdin said that she’s a princess and the genie’s answer made me fall in love with the movie. He said, “Aw, aren’t they all?”.
This movie is very well thought, every detail, the storyline, the actors, everything is on point. Naomi Scott played so well the role of Jasmine that I will never see her as Naomi again, I will always look at her and see Jasmine. This movie has everything: comedy, romance, adventure, everything is great about this movie.
HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL
Because of these 3 Disney movies, my expectations when it came to a relationship in high school were so high that I thought one day Troy will come to me and surprise me with a necklace with a “T” inscribed on it. I loved so much that kind of drama and suspense between Troy and Gabriela. In my eyes they reflected that kind of relationship which is real, it’s not all sweet and pink like I was used to seeing in movies, they were different. They were real, they made me feel like they were really in love.
HANNAH MONTANA: THE MOVIE
This one, this great Disney movie, marked my childhood and I am still not over the fact that she really took her wig off. When she took it off, my childhood was over. I knew that I started growing when I realized that it was the right thing to do after so many years, but it was hard to let go and start growing, I understood Hannah at that point. I remember when I started to copy her gestures and slang just because it was “cool” and I also bought a wig to look like her and I can’t get over the fact that I wore it in public.
At the moment she had to choose between Jesse and Jake I wasn’t actually aware and didn’t understand why she had to choose, why she had to think so much about it, but now that I grew up I realize that it’s not that easy to let go and make room for something better. Some love stories just don’t die so easily, some of them we can’t forget, sometimes we are not ready for something new, it’s a lot to take into consideration before you make a move.
Everything about this Disney movie, I am obsessed with! Because of these movies, I figured out what a real friendship should feel and look like. And what a boy would do if he’s really into you. The rest, are just excuses. It also taught me that sometimes we lose, and it’s ok. We get up, work hard, and try our best to be better. In a contest, someone has to be the winner, and sometimes we are not them. So, we work hard, until one day, when we will be the winners.
GOOD LUCK CHARLIE
I watched every single episode, but the movie hit differently. I watched it on Christmas, so it matched perfectly. I remember that after I saw it, I wanted to spend more time with my family, and especially with my mom. When I saw the series and the movie, they made me want to have that one day, to have a family, and to enjoy every single moment with them.
I would like to have it one day, to record every day and say “good luck” to my child. It’s a nice idea, I don’t think it’s that easy to do it every day, but at least from time to time, I think it’s a good memory to do it with your family.