A beautiful steampunk vision of a non-existent Jules Verne book that can be a little shallow on plot, but largely makes up for it in world building, action, and heart.
An enjoyable animal adventure with a solid heart.
A fun American twist on a great tale that spends a little too much effort trying to make it a standard kids film and skips the source material as a result. Gotta love the soul Muses though.
A weird yet heartwarming tale that simultaneously feels like a very by-the-numbers Disney film and a whacky oddball that has no right to exist, yet I'm glad it does.
A brilliantly emotional journey through the fascinating mythologies of the Pacific islands, with an exceptional soundtrack to boot. An instant classic and one of Disney's best for many years.
Still a brilliant story with a moral underpinning that remains incredibly relevant. A children's classic that is well enough made to be enjoyable for anyone.
Terrible, character blind and very poorly conceived. Actively undoes the message (and characters) of the first film.
Beautifully animated and surprisingly enjoyable, but the story and characters are now quite 2D in comparison with modern kids films and the morales are looking a little old hat.
Still great fun but not quite as utterly brilliant as I remembered; remains well worth a watch and a core part of Disney's evolution.
A dark, sombre, and slightly terrifying meditation on morality and societal failings wrapped up in beautiful animation, excellent songs, and some bold story choices.
The shadows are awesome, the jazz is slick but ultimately the story a little flat. Worth a watch but no modern classic.
A film all kids need to watch and which most adults would benefit from as well. Beautiful story crafting and brilliant characters. An instant classic.