I liked Brave because the story felt like something Walt Disney would do if he were here. Walt would think OLOTG(Odd....Timothy Green) is too sad for kids. John Carter doesn't catch my Disney attention. It was too much similar to Star Wars. Frankenweenie was good. But WHY BLACK AND WHITE?! But good plot! I didn't even know that Avengers was Disney!? Wreck It Ralph was amazing! I like the fact that Bowser was in it as well as the weird ghost thingies in Pac-Man! It be cool if Epic Mickey showed up in there...
Mine is Frankenweenie, the cool part is when I went to see it, my Mom and I were the only ones in the theater! So I felt special. Also it was a great movie, I like that it was stop motion and black and white. Two forms of flim that are pretty much dead.
Seeing as The Avengers counts, then it's The Avengers. Avengers is my favourite movie released this year, period. Then it's Wreck-It Ralph, which is a good second. And then Frankenweenie, absolutely my favourite Halloween movie released this year.
The only reason why I didn't vote Avengers was cuz I don't consider it a "Disney" movie....even if they own it, I don't care. Just like Star Wars, they may own it, but it'll never be a "Disney" movie to me. :/
I haven't seen Wreck it Ralph yet, because it hasn't been released in a few chountries yet (6th Dec); but at this point in time it's Avengers. Brave reminded me too much of Brother Bear to be original xD"
Each of these films were able to deliver an excellent dish to the table:
John Carter was an excellent piece with non-stop action and of course, the story from Edgar Rice Burroughs. I am so disappointed in the Marketing department that led to its poor grossing. Thank goodness for cult followings.
Timothy Green, I'll admit was not my favorite but was still able to deliver a heartwarming tale.
Brave was absolutely fantastic with a completely original story filled with memorable characters, a winning storyline and absolutely SUPERB visuals.
Avengers, as many have pointed out, can't technically be classified as Disney, however, it WAS able to enhance my liking for Marvel, which by itself is a bloody miracle.
Frankenweenie was a delightful treat to watch. Tim Burton's dazzliing remake of his old short was a joy to behold in stop motion.
Wreck-it Ralph was just beyond anything I could ever imagine it to be. Three years waiting did not disappoint and I am so glad that it delivered so much more than I thought it would.
In the end, its not easy to choose for me, as I disslike showing favoratism, but if I may be hypocritacal for one time, I have to give my edge to Wreck-it Ralph. If any of these films make it to the Acdemy Awards, and we know they will, I wish them all the best for a well-deserved win.