Top 10 Disney Classics

By February 11, 2014Top 10 Lists

9. Peter Pan (1953)

This was the one Disney film my family didn’t own on VHS. Man, I sound old, don’t I? Whenever I went to my friends’ houses, if they had Peter Pan on video, we were watching it! If there was one character that I always wanted to be, it was Tinkerbell. I recently re-watched Peter Pan, and I have no idea why I would have wanted to be her. To be honest, she’s an absolute… Well, just not very nice person. Well, pixie not person, I suppose. I guess she is redeemed when she saves Peter from the clicking time bomb, but I know it was just because of her (far too short!) glittery, pixie costume. I digress, Peter Pan is the ultimate’s children’s adventure because it plays on a child’s ultimate fantasy – never having to grow up. Sometimes I still wish that I could fly away to Neverland and never have to get older.

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