20th Century: Sleeping Beauty
It has Maleficent, it has Eleanor Audley as Maleficent, it has music, it has a beutiful style, it has great quotes, it has everything.
21st Century: Tangled or Frozen.
Tangled, for whatever reason, is, to me, how a fairy-tale story (without an epic villain or villainess) should be handled. Frozen, on the other hand, is a lesson in over-hyping.
When I first saw it, I hadn't seen any Let it Go videos or merch or anything else except the poster, so I thoroughly enjoyed it. But then all the accompanying stuff flooded in. I still like the movie, but I dare not admit it in public for fear of hearing yet another half-masked attempt at singing Let it Go.
That's right folks! I'm the first guy who's man enough to admit he likes *Frozen*.
20th Century: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
There is so much about this film that I like that I have a hard time writing it down in a concise form.
21st Century: Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl
An excellent film with an excellent cast and an excellent score.
(I also like the second and third films as well. I mean, sure, they weren't as good as the first, but I fail to see why they get such hate ['course, I like the Micheal Bay Transformers movies to a degree as well, so make of that what you will...].).
20th Century: Toy Story (sure, it's not truely a Disney film, but it was distributed by Disney. That plus I fail to remember any other non-fairy-tail-based animated films from this era.)
It's Toy Story. That's all I feel I need to say.
21st Century: Any post-2006 Pixar film (they were purchased by Disney in 2006, so any and all movies they make after that I can consider Disney films. The pre-2006 ones were great too, don't get me wrong, but they were merely distributed by Disney.)
21st Century: Any movie other than Iron Man 3.
Needs no explanation.
21st Century: Big Hero 6
It's the only one. (Plus GoGo's superhero-outfit reminds me of The Rocketeer.)