#MTOS Disney Animated Feature Films
I thoroughly enjoyed my first experience of hosting Movie Talk On Sunday back in January 2012 and when given the opportunity to do it all again I jumped at the chance … this time I’m bringing a bit of magic into your Sunday night as I start a conversation about the Disney animated theatrical feature films. In 1937 Walt Disney Studios released its first feature-length animated film with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, fifty feature films later they’re still bringing a song, a dance and a smile into our lives. It’s hard to think of a group of animated films that have had more impact on modern cinema! If you’re a Disney fanatic (like my good lady wife) then this is the #MTOS you’ve been waiting for and even if you’re not a Mickey Mouse ear wearing Disney disciple you’ll have seen a good number of the 51 films and are sure to have opinions to bring to the Twitter table.
Here are the ten questions for this week’s ‘Movie Talk On Sunday’;
Q1. Of the 51 theatrical animated feature films produced or released by Disney, which is your favourite? Why? #MTOS
Q2. The first theatrical animated feature was released by Disney 75 years ago, to what do you attribute their longevity? #MTOS
Q3. Few can claim to have watched all of the theatrical animated Disney features, which film tops your ‘still to watch list’? #MTOS
Q4. There are countless colourful characters in the animated films of Disney, which are you most like? #MTOS
Q5. It wouldn’t be a Disney animated feature without a sing-a-long, from toe tappers to tear jerkers … What’s your favourite song? #MTOS
Q6. Most Disney animated films can be simplified as a tale of good vs. evil, who do you side with … wicked witch or charming prince? #MTOS
Q7. Which voice actor gives the best performance in which of the 51 theatrical animated feature films produced or released by Disney? #MTOS
Q8. Disney has successfully turned some of its theatrical animated features into stage musicals, which should they do next? #MTOS
Q9. Should Disney be moving away from hand-drawn animation in favour of CGI as they did with ‘Bolt’ & ‘Tangled’? #MTOS
Q10. Are Disney the undisputed kings of animated feature films or does another studio do it better? #MTOS
I will post a question every 10 minutes starting at 20:00 GMT on Sunday, 22nd of July. Make sure you are following me on Twitter @TGP73 and answer your questions with an “A” and question number and add the #MTOS hashtag at the end.
A1. Beauty and the Beast ... a tale as old as time updated into a film worthy of an academy award for best picture #MTOS
Then just do a search on #MTOS and follow along the fun and hijinx. Feel free to RT (Retweet) the answers you like or agree with and reply to any answers you wish. Debate is fine (in fact it’s a bare necessity) but please keep it civilised (bare your ambitions but not your teeth). It’s all about having fun and sharing your thoughts with fellow movie lovers like yourself. Also feel free to invite your followers along and post a link to this page so you can all get your answers ready.
The best answer to Q4 as decided by the host will win a copy of their choice of Disney theatrical animated feature on Blu-Ray or DVD (subject to availability)
The following links may be useful in helping you prepare for this week’s theme;
As always #MTOS would like to thank the wonderful and generous staff of @hashtracking who compile the results of the previous weeks #MTOS. Show them some love and spread the word about their amazing service. See the link below for the hashtracking results and script for the July 15th #MTOS featuring the topic of “The Carry On Films”.
See you at 8p.m. GMT on Sunday the 22nd of July 2012.
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