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#1 Edited by Chocobodude3 (648 posts) -

I can also be those direct to dvd sequels

#2 Posted by GunstarRed (5542 posts) -

Tron Legacy.

#3 Edited by bassman2112 (864 posts) -

@gunstarred: That's pretty bold, I loved that movie - it's actually one of my top Disney films.

I really didn't like Cinderella.

#4 Posted by EXTomar (4991 posts) -

Out of the "modern area" movies, I like Beauty and The Beast the least.

#5 Posted by Blu3V3nom07 (3805 posts) -

High School Musical.

Too easy.

#6 Edited by PenguinDust (12665 posts) -

Animated: Cars 2 (not even Dreamworks-quality)

Live Action: Bedtime Stories [Runner up: G-Force (disappointed it wasn't G-Force)]

I had to check another website for the complete list of Disney movies. I only considered films I had seen in their entirety, otherwise any number of those t'ween focused made-for-the Disney Channel movies would populate the list.

#7 Edited by I_smell (3925 posts) -

I dunno, probably Cars 2 or Lady and the Tramp 3 or something.

EDIT-- Yes G-Force is probably it!

#11 Posted by Turambar (6924 posts) -

Aladdin: The Return of Jafar.

#12 Edited by Turambar (6924 posts) -

Aladdin: The Return of Jafar.

#13 Edited by CashBailey (805 posts) -

JOHN CARTER

#14 Posted by BisonHero (7283 posts) -

Emperor's New Groove was, like, bad AdultSwim show bad. David Spade's character just trying to be too...David Spade.

#15 Edited by Vivek (517 posts) -

Up.... I know, I just fucking hated it.

#16 Posted by Vivek (517 posts) -

Up.... I know, I just hated it.

#18 Posted by 49th (2895 posts) -

I didn't like Brave too much, it was quite forgettable.

#19 Posted by MariachiMacabre (7098 posts) -

Any of the direct-to-DVD sequels.

#21 Posted by FengShuiGod (1492 posts) -

Song of the South

#22 Edited by FengShuiGod (1492 posts) -

Song of the South

#23 Posted by captain_clayman (3328 posts) -

Emperor's New Groove was, like, bad AdultSwim show bad. David Spade's character just trying to be too...David Spade.

You're so fucking wrong on that one. One of my favorite more recent disney movies, by far.

#24 Edited by geirr (2741 posts) -

High School Musical.

Too easy.

This and ALL SEQUELS TO EVERYTHING.

#25 Posted by jakob187 (21787 posts) -

@bisonhero said:

Emperor's New Groove was, like, bad AdultSwim show bad. David Spade's character just trying to be too...David Spade.

You're obviously on a bad high.

Tron Legacy.

You as well.

Obviously, most of you have never heard of "The Story of Menstruation" or "Hitler's Children Education on Death."

#26 Edited by jakob187 (21787 posts) -

@bisonhero said:

Emperor's New Groove was, like, bad AdultSwim show bad. David Spade's character just trying to be too...David Spade.

You're obviously on a bad high.

Tron Legacy.

You as well.

Obviously, most of you have never heard of "The Story of Menstruation" or "Hitler's Children Education on Death."

#27 Edited by Video_Game_King (36271 posts) -

I've actually seen the former, and I don't remember anything particularly bad about it. It's just some information on what your period is like...coming from Walt Motherfucking Disney.

My actual answer to this would be the Beauty and the Beast Christmas movie, which I have vague memories of having watched at some point. If you want something more definite...Peter Pan? The Rescuers Down Under? Tarzan? I don't have a lot of good examples.

#28 Posted by MiniPato (2752 posts) -

@bassman2112 said:

@gunstarred: That's pretty bold, I loved that movie - it's actually one of my top Disney films.

I really didn't like Cinderella.

Is it though? I mean, it isn't the worst Disney movie ever made but,nostalgia and Daft Punk aside, it certainly isn't good. Tron Legacy is an exciting music video for the first 30 minutes. It looks good and it sounds good, but its story is pretty poor and none of the characters are particularly interesting to follow. Lack of a good story probably wouldn't have mattered if they could have kept up the action throughout the film, but after that light cycle race, the movie just slows to a crawl. It's a movie I certainly would go back and watch, but only for that first 30 minutes.

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#30 Posted by Hailinel (25205 posts) -

The Hunchback of Notre Dame was just...I don't know what. Trying to turn Victor Hugo's novel into an all-ages family movie was not a good idea. Though Frollo's fire and brimstone musical number about how he wanted a gypsy woman to burn in Hell for turning him on is one of the great WTF moments in any Disney film, I'll give it that.

#31 Posted by JackSukeru (5990 posts) -

I don't remember a lot about Chicken Little except that I thought it was pretty meh.

#32 Edited by GunstarRed (5542 posts) -

@minipato: It's funny that just after I typed my answer I switched on the TV and the light cycle race was on. It's actually kinda boring, sure it looks nice and the pixel-y explosions are neat, but it lacks any sense of speed and excitement. In fact I think every single action sequence while superbly shot/visually stunning feels that way.

I kinda feel like I have to add that I want to love that film so much. I had such a hugely negative reaction to it the very first time I saw it that it really does stick in my mind as one of the worst Disney movies I have ever seen. It's a nonsensical music video with great music and terrible characters. Olivia Wilde's hair is pretty rad though.

#34 Posted by Sackmanjones (4767 posts) -

The worst big budget movie I'd say is Cars. However, the most disappointing would be Brave, I feel like that movie could not have been more mediocre than it was.

#35 Posted by audioBusting (1663 posts) -

Bolt is pretty bad. It is like a propaganda for pet owners. But my worst disney movie watching experience is Tron Legacy in 3D, it was like watching a completely black screen.

#36 Edited by gaminghooligan (1535 posts) -

@vivek said:

Up.... I know, I just fucking hated it.

honestly as soon as the house takes off I kind of lost interest, that opening scene though hits me right in the feels everytime

my answer:

High School Musical, I mean come on now...

#38 Edited by YetiAntics (1493 posts) -

You people willingly saw High School Musical? My condolences...

Anyway, Mine would be Atlantis.

#39 Edited by Bunnyrabbit (3 posts) -

I was not impressed with Mars Needs Moms. Saw it once, do not need to see it again.

#40 Edited by Bunnyrabbit (3 posts) -

I was not impressed with Mars Needs Moms. Saw it once, do not need to see it again.

#41 Posted by sungahymn (1039 posts) -

First thing that comes to mind is Sky High.

Man, that movie...

#43 Posted by l4wd0g (2026 posts) -

Cinderella 2 or Bambi 2!

#44 Posted by ArbitraryWater (12248 posts) -

That's a hard one. If we're talking theatrical releases... I think Atlantis is probably the beginning of the end for Disney animated films being good. If we're talking direct to DVD junk, I'm pretty sure I've seen Cinderella 2 at some point in my life. I have never seen Home on the Range, Cars 2 or any other critically panned stinker and I have no real recollection of most of the direct to video stuff I've seen as a kid.

#45 Posted by ArbitraryWater (12248 posts) -

That's a hard one. If we're talking theatrical releases... I think Atlantis is probably the beginning of the end for Disney animated films being good. If we're talking direct to DVD junk, I'm pretty sure I've seen Cinderella 2 at some point in my life. I have never seen Home on the Range, Cars 2 or any other critically panned stinker and I have no real recollection of most of the direct to video stuff I've seen as a kid.

#46 Posted by Turtlebird95 (2735 posts) -

Star Wars Episode VII

#47 Edited by Roger778 (960 posts) -

I don't know if I've ever seen a truly awful movie from Disney, but I was disappointed in Cars 2. I thought it was an improvement over Cars 1, because it was better paced. However, I did not like the fact that Mater was the lead hero this time. I liked him better as the comic relief in the first movie, and I wished Pixar had stuck to that.

#48 Posted by Roger778 (960 posts) -

I don't know if I've ever seen a truly awful movie from Disney, but I was disappointed in Cars 2. I thought it was an improvement over Cars 1, because it was better paced. However, I did not like the fact that Mater was the lead hero this time. I liked him better as the comic relief in the first movie, and I wished Pixar had stuck to that.

#49 Posted by rentfn (1290 posts) -

@turambar: YES but I really liked the third one King of Thieves.