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  • don't wish what you're thinking.

  • You don't know what I'm thinking.

  • Yeah, Well I can tell.

  • It ain't good.

  • Welcome to watch mojo And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10.

  • Underappreciated childhood movies.

  • You didn't come for the black cauldron, didn't you?

  • Then climbing it will only cost you your life for this list will be looking at the best family friendly movies that are at least a decade old but never got the respect they deserved.

  • However, we're excluding films that were overlooked at the time of release but have since become classics.

  • So flicks like the Iron Giant aren't being considered.

  • You stay.

  • Do you have a favorite childhood movie that you feel is underrated?

  • Let us know in the comments Number 10.

  • Meet the Robinsons to the future.

  • A neglected entry in the Disney Animated canon.

  • Meet The Robinsons tells the story of a young orphan who goes on an adventure through time, his companion as a boy who's later revealed to be his own son.

  • I never thought my dad will be my best friend.

  • It was the first entirely CG Disney film to feature human characters Pixar excluded the studio's previous venture into the style of animation was the animal focused chicken little in spite of being in relatively new territory, the design shine in the film's cartoony retro style and its message to keep moving forward is incredibly inspirational.

  • Like my husband always says.

  • Yeah.

  • Mm hmm.

  • Yeah.

  • The humor of the film has held up well over the years as well.

  • So it deserves way more love than it gets going on.

  • Why aren't you seizing the boy number nine James and the giant peach in the sales.

  • There are no sales.

  • The engine, the Arno Engine.

  • I can't work with this miserable crew rule dolls.

  • Children's stories have spawned a number of successful films, many of which are quite popular, but a lesser known yet noteworthy adaptation of his work is 1996 is James and the giant peach.

  • Now we're lost, We are not lost.

  • And where are we?

  • Somewhere north or possibly very, very far south.

  • What's your latitude?

  • What's your longitude?

  • Hey, hey, that's personal bub.

  • The fantasy film follows the titular orphan who comes across a community of anthropomorphic creatures in a giant peach.

  • It has an incredibly unique style with memorable stop motion animation, instantly recognizable character designs and evocative colors, even rule dolls.

  • Widow Lissie reportedly approved of the final product, claiming that her late husband would have been delighted to see it.

  • That's pretty high praise improves.

  • Just how wrong everyone has been to sweep this amazing movie under the rug.

  • Family number eight George of the Jungle.

  • Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the King of the Jungle two years before Disney released their animated adaptation of Tarzan, they gave us George of the Jungle which parodied that very story.

  • The 1997 movie notably deals with the comedy involved in taking a man who's never lived outside of the jungle into the big city and it's a good time from start to finish.

  • Survival of the fittest doggy dog.

  • Doggy doggy doggy dog here.

  • No, that's not what George never bring shep here yet.

  • It's often regarded as simply being average.

  • Maybe the people who think that have forgotten how good Brendan fraser was in the lead role George not even trying hard jim.

  • Henson's creature shop also contributed some effects, making it a sort of honorary muppet movie.

  • It's about time.

  • This story gets the second life it deserves with modern audiences that close one.

  • Uh, what's up with that?

  • Huh.

  • Number seven The Black Cauldron.

  • Legend has it In the mystic land of Predation.

  • There was once a king so cruel and so evil that even the gods feared him.

  • Given everything that went into getting this 1985 film made.

  • Its woefully underappreciated after all, condensing a book series into a film that clocks in at around 80 minutes is no easy feat.

  • And to make matters worse, many sequences were left on the cutting room floor, but the black cauldron is still a breath of fresh air.

  • Indeed, the fight against the Horned King remains one of the studios darker and most mature stories.

  • The voice cast is similarly impressive, hosting john hurt as the primary villain and john Huston as the narrator.

  • Plus the hauntingly beautiful animated sequences, rival ones from Disney's most popular movies yet.

  • They never get the same hype, not models from mm hmm.

  • Taran has many fronts.

  • George will has no fronts.

  • Number six Treasure Planet.

  • What if Treasure Island took place in space with a lovable mix of characters.

  • This is the question answered by Disney's Treasure Planet, an animated film, which updates the classic pirate story.

  • But if box office numbers are to be believed, nobody really wanted to know the answer yet the film's unique character designs and steampunk aesthetics are worth celebrating.

  • Look, I'm kind of in a hurry.

  • Okay, I gotta find a place to hide and there's pirates.

  • Pirates don't get me started on pirates.

  • I don't like them.

  • The star studded voice cast doesn't hurt either with big names like joseph, Gordon, Levitt, Emma, Thompson and martin short featured in prominent roles.

  • I'm Captain Amelia later.

  • A few run ins with the Protean Armada nasty business.

  • But I won't bore you with Mascara.

  • You've met my first officer.

  • Mr.

  • Arrow, sterling, tough, dependable, honest, brave and true.

  • Please Captain shut up Arrow.

  • You know, I don't mean a word of it.

  • It's a shame the movie failed to make waves because a planned sequel was reportedly scrapped.

  • As a result, we wish we could have seen more of this world.

  • You've got the makings of greatness in you, but you've got to take the helm and chart your own course.

  • Stick to it no matter the squalls.

  • # five.

  • A little princess, you can be anything.

  • You want to be my love.

  • As long as you believe.

  • What do you believe?

  • I believe that you are and always will be my little princess taking place during the First World war.

  • A little princess tells a decidedly dark story.

  • It's centered on the young sara Crewe whose mistreated and forced to work when her father is mistakenly pronounced dead throughout the story.

  • She asserts that every girl is a princess, a belief that seemingly gives the film its title.

  • I am a princess.

  • All girls are, even if they live in tiny old addicts, even if they dress in rags, even if they aren't pretty or smart or young, there's always been a disconnect between the movies quality and the attention it received from the public.

  • This was true upon its release when subpar box office numbers clashed with two Oscar nominations.

  • And unfortunately a little princess has also largely been forgotten more recently though we'd say it should be required viewing for years to come.

  • I always thought of us as sisters.

  • You have let's make a promise right now to always look out for each other.

  • It's a promise.

  • # four Monster House.

  • Okay, you may not be familiar with this film, but trust us when we say it'll be the perfect addition to your future, Halloween movie bench.

  • Yeah, Happy Halloween Doofus Monster house is a horror movie for kids or easily spooked adults.

  • If you're thinking the animation style looks familiar, it's probably because you recognize the distinct motion capture technology seen in the Polar Express.

  • The 2006 movie puts an original spin on the haunted house story featuring an abode that's literally alive.

  • Monster house has waned in popularity, especially compared to films like Coraline and paranormal, but it still works as a great spooky horror movie.

  • That's fun for the whole family.

  • If those are the teeth and that's the tongue, then that must be the uvula.

  • Oh, so it's a girl house.

  • Number three Atlantis.

  • The Lost Empire.

  • We are explorers from the surface world.

  • We come in peace.

  • Welcome to the city of Atlantis.

  • When you talk to most people about Disney, they tend to think of renaissance films such as The Little Mermaid or maybe they're fans of more recent hits.

  • Like Incanto rarely do people stop and consider the works that fall somewhere in between.

  • And Atlantis, The Lost Empire is consistently overlooked.

  • You are a scholar.

  • Are you not judging from your diminished physique and large forehead?

  • You are suited for nothing else.

  • Atlantis isn't without its issues.

  • For instance, the white protagonist teaches a native Atlantean to read her own language.

  • Still, there's no denying that it's one of Disney's most beautifully rendered films today, the level of digital production used was groundbreaking for the studio.

  • The cast is also supremely talented and the adventure filled story is sure to fill anyone with wanderlust.

  • What is wrong?

  • Oh, it's nothing I got something in my Eye.

  • Number two Anastasia, have you heard there's an animated film centered on a rumor in Saint Petersburg?

  • Directed by Don Bluth.

  • Anastasia is a fictional story based on an urban legend surrounding the real life Grand duchess.

  • Anastasia of Russia in it.

  • Anya who has lost her memory is scanned by two men who realized she looks like the lost grand duchess naturally.

  • That's because she is her.

  • Oh, I don't know.

  • It's kind of hard to think of yourself as a duchess when you're sleeping on a damp floor.

  • But sure, yeah, I guess every lonely girl would hope she's a princess and somewhere one little girl catchy songs, compelling characters and amazing animation are something to behold.

  • And that's saying nothing of the plot which tugs at every heartstring.

  • We have the world on a journey to the Mhm The film has never been as popular as Disney releases of the same era but it more than holds its own.

  • It's a perfect ending.

  • No, it's a perfect beginning.

  • Before we unveil our topic here are a few honorable mentions, flushed away, posh Mouse Roddy gets sent into an unforgettable adventure to find pee wee's big adventure.

  • Who knew a missing bike could be so thrilling.

  • My bike and me exhibit b another photograph.

  • What's missing from this picture?

  • It's just me without my bike, surfs up Cody.

  • The penguin hopes to become a professional surfer.

  • Any other skills besides surfing?

  • Like?

  • Like what, like singing and dancing?

  • Yeah, Yeah.

  • No, not me man, I just surf.

  • Ella enchanted.

  • Ella quickly learns what you're told to do isn't always what's right, freeze Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • Oh uh huh.

  • Put your hands together.

  • The secret of Nimh Single mouse mother.

  • Mrs Brisby goes to great lengths to protect her family.

  • You're in great danger.

  • Nimh is coming, come, come, let's return to the Rosebush is coming in the morning.

  • Yes, you will all die unless you leave the farm tonight please.

  • You must believe me.

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