Survey Says: OFCS members choose their five favorite Disney/Disney-Pixar films

By a wide margin, the members of the Online Film Critics Society have voted WALL-E, the 2008 Oscar winner for Best Animated Feature, their favorite Disney/Disney-Pixar film since the Disney renaissance began in 1989 with The Little Mermaid.

OFCS members ranked their top five Disney/Disney-Pixar films of the past 20 years, and the results were tabulated on a weighed-score basis: a vote for favorite received five points; a vote for second favorite received four points; third favorite, three points; fourth favorite, two points; and fifth favorite, one point. WALL-E was ranked in one of the top five positions by 45 members, and received a cumulative score of 173 points. The rest of the top five:

The Incredibles (106 points; ranked by 34 members)
Beauty and the Beast (90 points; ranked by 27 members)
Up (87 points; ranked by 32 members)
Toy Story (86 points; ranked by 34 members)

Other films ranked:

Monsters, Inc. (74 points, ranked by 25 members)
Ratatouille (71 points, ranked by 23 members)
Finding Nemo (62 points, ranked by 20 members)
Toy Story 2 (59 points, ranked by 22 members)
The Lion King (48 points, ranked by 17 members)
The Little Mermaid (45 points, ranked by 17 members)
Aladdin (23 points, ranked by 11 members)
Lilo & Stitch (19 points, ranked by 7 members)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (18 points, ranked by 5 members)
A Bug’s Life (16 points, ranked by 7 members)
Fantasia 2000 (14 points, ranked by 4 members)
Dinosaur (14 points, ranked by 3 members)
Pocahontas (12 points, ranked by 4 members)
Mulan (12 points, ranked by 4 members)
The Emperor’s New Groove (11 points, ranked by 4 members)
Treasure Planet (8 points, ranked by 2 members)
Cars (8 points, ranked by 3 members)
Bolt (8 points, ranked by 5 members)
Brother Bear (7 points, ranked by 3 members)
Meet the Robinsons (7 points, ranked by 3 members)
Hercules (6 points, ranked by 2 members)
Tarzan (6 points, ranked by 3 members)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (6 points, ranked by 2 members)
The Rescuers Down Under (4 points, ranked by 1 member)
Home on the Range (4 points, ranked by 1 member)
Chicken Little (3 points, ranked by 1 member)

(Note: Because The Princess and the Frog has not yet been viewed by most OFCS members, it was not included in this poll.)

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