1. Oliver & Company (1988) Disney Dogs and cats getting along? Pizza rat? Are animals way different in New York City? 2. An American Tail (1986) and An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991) Universal Pictures If someone told me when I was a kid that these movies had underlying themes of Jewish immigrants moving to the US, I'd probably say, "I don't know what that means, I'm five." 3. Balto (1995) Universal Pictures If you didn't think this film was already inspiring AF as is, remember that it is also based off of a real-life dog named "Balto." Really makes you reflect on your life. 4. It Takes Two (1995) Warner Bros. Family Entertainment Just think Parent Trap but BETTER! Yeah, I said it. 5. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990) New Line Cinema Shout out to the costume designer that had to make four life-sized man-turtle costumes that could withstand kung-fu action. 6. The Rugrats Movie (1998) Paramount Pictures You know how the super awesome parents in Rugrats often lose their babies in a contained house? Well, what if they lost 'em in a vast forest? 7. Babe (1995) Universal Pictures Dear Hollywood, We need more pig-centered films please. 8. The Brave Little Toaster (1987) Hyperion Pictures They made us FEEL for these inanimate objects, and then used that to make us CRY! 9. Blank Check (1994) Disney As a kid, the plot to this movie seemed like it'd be the best thing that could ever happen. It is not until you're an adult that you realize that this is just a movie about a crime. 10. The Great Mouse Detective (1986) Disney We appreciate Benedict Cumberbatch, but Basil's been solving crimes long before I even learned how to pronounce his last name. 11. Pokémon: The First Movie (1998) OLM, inc. Name a sadder moment than when Pikachu watched Ash get turned into stone? Name. One. Sadder. Moment. 12. Free Willy (1993) Warner Bros. Pictures SeaWorld should take some notes from this movie — LET YOUR WHALES GO FREE! 13. Kiki's Delivery Service (1989) Toei Company Witches are not all cauldrons and spells, they need regular jobs too! For example, running a courier service. 14. All Dogs Go To Heaven (1989) United Artists What kind of shady films were we watching as kids? This animated dog movie included violence, casinos, friends double-crossing one another, death, and Burt Reynolds! 15. The Sword in the Stone (1963) Disney Gandalf And Frodo = Walmart. Merlin and Arthur = Gucci. 16. Rookie Of The Year (1993) 20th Century Fox Are there age restrictions in the MLB? Apparently not! All you have to do it be able to throw fast. 17. Homeward Bound: An Incredible Journey (1993) Disney OMG! Shadow's return over the hill remains the ultimate "wait for it" moment in cinematic history. 18. The Rescuers (1977) and The Rescuers Down Under (1990) Disney In the first one, The Rescue Aid Society saved a kidnaped little girl. In the second one, the R.A.S. saved a little boy and a rare eagle from a poacher. But don't worry, they're cute mice so it's for kids! 19. The Secret of NIMH (1982) MGM I'm just realizing how often early animation really utilized mice and rats. Did animators in the '70s-'90s just really feel like animating rats was the way to go? 20. Little Giants (1994) Warner Bros. Family Entertainment This film answers one of life's biggest questions, can someone enjoy reading AND play football? Turns out, yes. 21. Flubber (1997) Disney I'll never be able to unsee an anthropomorphic green slime dance to "Mambo In The Sky" for as long as I live. 22. The Swan Princess (1994) New Line Cinema If you wanted someone out of your way and had the power to turn them into a swan for part of the day, why not just turn them into a swan for ALL of the day (AKA forever)? 23. Mouse Hunt (1997) DreamWorks Pictures All I could think about as I watched two grown men destroy their business because they couldn't capture a mouse was, "Insurance will NOT be covering these damages." 24. Benji (1974) Mulberry Square Releasing Benji saved two kidnapped children. My dog will purposefully look away from my direction when I call her name. 25. Thumbelina (1994) Warner Bros. Pictures Her name is Thumbelina and she is "no bigger than her mother's thumb." I need a minute to process this. 26. Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island (1998) Warner Bros. Family Entertainment This monster movie switched things up by making werecats instead of werewolves, and having the zombies be good guys! Could have done without the Confederate soldiers though. 27. The Black Cauldron (1985) Disney Gurgi was both a beloved sidekick and also a character that made you feel very uncomfortable. 28. The Rocketeer (1991) Disney This and The Sound Of Music share one thing! Is it fun music? No, it's nazis. 29. Richie Rich (1994) Warner Bros. Family Entertainment Only difference between this and Home Alone is his parent's don't forget him every time they leave the house. Also, they're WAY richer. 30. Rock-a-Doodle (1991) The Samuel Goldwyn Company The only way to defeat evil owls? The sun! Because then those suckers will have to go to bed! 31. A Goofy Movie (1995) Disney Max didn't have to go that hard when singing "Eye to Eye," but he did, for Roxanne. 32. A Little Princess (1995) Warner Bros. Pictures If you don't like children, then... I don't know, maybe don't be in charge of a boarding school? Just a thought. 33. The Iron Giant (1999) Warner Bros. Pictures Can we give Hogarth some credit. At 9 years old he hid a 50-foot tall metal robot from a government agent. Is Hogarth really smart or is the government agent just not that bright? 34. The Pagemaster (1994) 20th Century Fox The plot was like an elementary homework problem but x1000 because it involved a wizard. 35. James And The Giant Peach (1996) Disney This film is the reason I'm hesitant biting into peaches. I just feel like there are little claymation bugs living inside. 36. Madeline (1998) TriStar Pictures Who ever said nuns can't have fun? I don't think anyone's said that... but Madeline certainly didn't believe it to be true. 37. The Prince Of Egypt (1998) DreamWorks Pictures Did DreamWorks read the Bible and think, "Why isn't this a movie?" 38. Heavyweights (1995) Disney Is there fan fiction that mixes Heavyweights and Dodgeball where Ben Stiller's character, that runs a posh fat camp, gets thwarted, and later opens up Global Gym? 39. We're Back! A Dinosaur's Journey (1993) Universal Pictures Everyone knows that there were three types of cereal when we were all kids. There was the boring cereal that the adults ate, the delicious, sugary cereal that you wanted, and the cereal that turned good dinosaurs into evil dinosaurs. 40. The Aristocats (1970) Disney Being able to just lay in the sun all day, eat, and sleep? I do think "Everybody wants to be a cat." 41. The Adventures of Milo and Otis (1986) Columbia Pictures Milo can live dangerously because he has nine lives. Otis, you have trouble breathing when you stand still, maybe don't go chasing after Milo. 42. Napoleon (1995) The Samuel Goldwyn Company What I loved about Napoleon is that it is no stress. Napoleon wanted to explore the world, so he explored the world. He missed home, so he went home. I wish my life was more like Napoleon's. 43. The Little Vampire (2000) New Line Cinema If your family moved to Scotland to live in a castle, then yeah, you're asking to run into some vampires occasionally. 44. The Princess and the Goblin (1991) Entertainment Film Distributors We all know the three things needed to defeat evil: A song, the power of love, and a piece of thread... wait. Maybe the last part only applies to this movie. 45. A Troll in Central Park (1994) Warner Bros. Pictures If you're a troll and you get banished somewhere, you'd want it to be New York City. Lots of bridges there. 46. FernGully: The Last Rainforest (1992) 20th Century Fox It really is just the same plot as Avatar. 47. The Fox and the Hound (1981) Disney I love that classic childhood storyline of, "do I kill my best friend or not?" 48. The Tigger Movie (2000) Disney You felt the highs with "T-i-double-guh-er," and you felt the lows when Tigger realized he doesn't know who his family is. 49. Cats Don't Dance (1997) Warner Bros. Pictures Danny moved all the way to Hollywood to try and make it and ALL the Keyboard Cat did was have a human hold his paws as they slapped random keys... tisk tisk. 50. The Land Before Time (1988) Universal Pictures If you ever needed me as a kid, you'd find me glued to the TV wondering if Little Foot and the gang would make it to the Valley (even though by then I had seen the ending about 555 times).