Disney Movie Tier List: All Movies Ranked [2023]

It is quite difficult to rank the Disney movies list. It is simply not an easy task to do. These are the stories and tales that greatly shaped our childhoods in a variety of ways. These movies are the VHS versions we wore out from watching and rewatching them with our noses almost pushed against the television in awe. We like these characters so much that we dressed up as them for Halloween and acted out their exploits with our school friends. In this article, we will be ranking several Disney movies. The Disney movie tier list will help you a lot to know about several Disney movies out there.

Key Points

  • There are a total of 57 entries in the article.
  • We will rank all the movies according to their storyline, amazing plots, characters, and music.
  • In the highest tiers, you will find movies like The Lion King, Fantasia (1940), Dumbo, and Tangled.
  • Among the lowest tiers, you will observe movies like Saludos Amigos, Fantasia (2000), Boo, and Chicken Little.


We will rank all the movies in a short table below.

S RankA RankB RankC RankD Rank
The Lion KingSnow White and the Seven DwarfCinderellaThe Three CaballerosSaludos Amigos
Fantasia (1940)FrozenAl in WonderlandFun and Fancy-FreeMake Mine Music
DumboBeauty and the BeastLady and the TrampPeterPanMelody Time
TangledAladdin101 DalmatiansThe Adventures of Ichabod and Mr.ToadThe Rescuers
The Jungle BookZootopiaRobin HoodSleeping BeautyThe Black Cauldron
The Little MermaidThe Princess and the FrogThe Many Adventures of Winnie the PoohMeet the RobinsonsAtlantis: The Lost Empire
TarzanThe Fox and the HoundThe AristocatsBoo
MulanOliver & CompanyPocahontasFantasia (2000)
PinocchioThe Rescuers Down UnderThe Great Mouse DetectiveChicken Little
MoanaThe Hunchback of Notre DameThe Sword in the Stone
The Emperor's New Groove
Lilo and Stitch
Treasure Planet
Brother Bear
Wreck-It Ralph
Ralph Breaks The Internet
Frozen 2
Big Hero 6

Learn more about each entry by reading on.

The ranking has been done on our own experience and if someone does not agree with these rankings, that is perfectly fine. We all have different opinions about different things. So, a difference of opinion is always welcome.

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S Tier

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S Tier

As mentioned above, the S tier includes those movies that are the very best. This tier includes those movies that have an epic storyline, amazing plots, interesting characters, and the best music. Let’s dig deeper and explore the movies on this list.

The Lion King

The first movie on the Disney movie tier list (S tier) is Lion King, a true Classic. No other movie can beat this legendary Disney movie. No matter how much we say, if you haven’t seen this movie, you are missing out on a lot right now. This is the movie you should watch at least once in your lifetime.

Release Date June 24, 1994
Director Jon Favreau

Fantasia (1940)

The second movie on the S tier of our Disney channel’s original movie tier list is Fantasia. Fantasia is going in the S-tier. It is one of the best Disney movies out there. Everything is so good about this movie, the music, the characters, the plot, everything is just epic.

Release Date January 1, 2000
Director James Algar, Wilfred Jackson, Ben Sharpsteen,


Up next is Dumbo and without any question, it is going straight to the S-tier. The artistry in this movie is fantastic. Not only that, but storytelling wise this movie is no less than a masterpiece.

Release Date October 23, 1941
Director Tim Burton


Tangled is a fantastic movie. We thoroughly enjoyed it and it is going in the S-tier. Definitely one of the best Disney movies ever made.

Release Date November 24, 2010
Director Nathan Greno, Byron Howard

The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book is straight S-tier. It is among the top 5 best Disney Movies of all time. You will fall in love with the fun of Etsy freeness of the Jungle Book.

Release Date October 18, 1967
Director Jon Favreau

The Little Mermaid

Last but not the least, the Little Mermaid is without any doubt going in the S-tier. The Disney movie tier list would be incomplete without this top-notch movie. We don’t have words to describe how amazing this movie is. Undoubtedly, it is a must-watch.

Release Date November 17, 1989
Director John Musker, Ron Clements

A Tier

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A Tier

The A tier of our Disney animated movies tier list includes the movies that are without any question, too good. However, these movies cannot compete with those mentioned in the S tier. To find out which movies have made it to the A tier, don’t stop reading.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarf

Starting with snow white and the seven dwarfs. Some people might not like this movie much. But for 1937, this was beyond incredible and we still think it is incredible today. Every time you watch this movie, you will find it way better than you thought it is. And because of that, Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs will go straight to the A-tier.

Release Date December 21, 1937
Director David Hand, Perce Pearce, Wilfred Jackson, William Cottrell, Larry Morey, Ben Sharpsteen


The A tier would be incomplete without mentioning one of the best movies Disney has ever made, Frozen. This movie is super good and that is why we have mentioned it in the A tier.

Release Date November 27, 2013
Director Jennifer Lee, Chris Buck

Beauty and the Beast

The next movie on the Disney movie tier list is Beauty and the Beast. Beauty and the Beast is an interesting movie. The plot is so good you will want to watch it over and over again. It’s a true masterpiece and no doubt it’s going in the A-tier.

Release Date November 22, 1991
Director Bill Condon


Up next in the A-tier is Aladdin. This magical movie is a must-watch for everyone out there. The story is perfect, the animations are great, and the music is incredible.

Release Date November 25, 1992
Guy Ritchie


If you are an animal lover, you will love this movie for sure. It is a must-watch and you will enjoy it very much. This movie is some of the best movies Disney has come up with.

Release Date March 4, 2016
Director Rich Moore, Byron Howard

The Princess and the Frog

The Princess and the Frog is the one Disney movie we can’t understand why it got slammed in the box office. This is an incredible movie that is going straight into the A-tier.

Release Date December 11, 2009
Director  John Musker, Ron Clements
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The Princess and the Frog


Tarzan is one of those movies that we don’t feel like gets the love and respect it deserves. It is a top-notch movie and is going straight to the A-tier.

Release Date June 18, 1999
Director David Yates


Mulan is that Disney movie you will enjoy a lot. This movie is brilliant and deserves to be in the A-tier for sure.

Release Date June 19, 1998
Director Niki Caro
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Pinocchio is another one of those that “ I forget how much I loved it until I watch it again”. However, if we compare it with Snow White, it’s not up to the mark. But that does not mean it won’t go on to the A-tier. It is just that it is not as good as Snow White.

Release Date February 7, 1940
Director Guillermo del Toro, Mark Gustafson


This movie needs to be in the A tier. Moana is not just an ordinary movie, it is one of the most popular and best-animated movies of all time. The plot, music, and visual effects, everything is on point.

Release Date November 23, 2016
Director Ron Clements, John Musker


The Disney movie tier list would be incomplete without mentioning Bambi in it. Talking about Bambi, it is brilliant. Every frame could just be its painting. It is just “oh it’s incredible” and the music, it’s just so heavily Beethoven inspired, it’s superb. However, as far as the storytelling is concerned, it loses some points for that, but because this movie is still appreciable, thus it is going to the A-tier.

Release Date August 13, 1942
Director  Clyde Geronimi, David Hand, Samuel Armstrong

B Tier

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B Tier

After the S and A tiers, we have the B tier. It includes movies that are comparatively better than those mentioned in the C and D tiers, but not as good as those mentioned in the S and A tiers. The movies on this list are:


Cinderella is a solid B-tier, thanks to the mice. If the mice were not in there, it would have gone a lot lower. You will enjoy the movie and you will have so much fun.

Release Date February 15, 1950
Director Kenneth Branagh

Al in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland is also a movie deserving to be in the B-tier.

Release Date July 28, 1951
Director  Tim Burton

Lady and the Tramp

Lady and the tramp are going in the B-tier. It’s an amazing movie with a great storyline and excellent music.

Release Date June 22, 1955
Director Wilfred Jackson, Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske

101 Dalmatians

101 Dalmatians is one of the best Disney movies ever made. We like its style. It does some stuff that feels different and unique. However, it mixes it up a little bit, especially with its visual style. And therefore, it will go in the B-tier.

Release Date January 25, 1961
Director Stephen Herek

Robin Hood

Robin Hood is one of those movies that you will for sure enjoy. This is probably one of the coolest movies of this era. It’s going in the B-tier.

Release Date November 8, 1973
Director Otto Bathurst

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. The original Winnie of two was incredible but the later movies were not bad either. They were quite good and some, even better. So it is going in the B-tier.

Release Date March 11, 1977
Director Wolfgang Reitherman, John Lounsbery

The Fox and the Hound

The Fox and the Hound is a good movie. If you love those bittersweet stories, you will like this movie a lot. It is a movie that deserves a spot on the B-tier.

Release Date July 10, 1981
Director Ted Berman, Richard Rich, Art Stevens

Oliver & Company

Oliver and Company is an epic Disney Movie with an excellent display of characters and soothing music. It is a movie that you will enjoy completely. Going in the B-tier.

Release Date November 18, 1988
Director George Scribner

The Rescuers Down Under

The Rescuers Down Under is a way better movie than its previous original version. It is a too good and fun movie. It’s going in the B-tier for sure.

Release Date November 16, 1990
Director Mike Gabriel, Hendel Butoy

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a nice movie. The music is good, the animation is cool. Like visually and musically, this is a marble. Storytelling-wise, it lags. It feels like something is missing. It is a bit confusing & therefore, it will go in the B-tier

Release Date June 21, 1996
Director Kirk Wise, Gary Trousdale, Bradley Raymond


Hercules is an interesting movie. It’s going straight in the B-tier. This movie is fun, goofy, and silly, and you will love it for that.

Release Date June 27, 1997
Director Tad Stones, Ron Clements, John Musker


Dinosaur is another popular Disney movie. Storytelling wise it’s not too good, just okay. However, because of the visual style, this movie seems fun and gets a spot in the B-tier.

Release Date May 19, 2000
Director Eric Leighton

The Emperor’s New Groove

The Emperor’s  New Groove is one that more people need to be talking about. It is great and fun and so we have added it to the B-tier.

Release Date December 15, 2000
Director Mark Dindal

Lilo and Stitch

Lilo and Stitch is a classic Disney movie going straight to the B-tier. This movie is too good from the visual style to the storytelling. You will enjoy it a lot.

Release Date June 21, 2002
Director Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois

Treasure Planet

Treasure Planet has a great cult following for what it is worth. This is a cool movie. The relationship between Jim and Silver is what helps this movie make it to the B-tier.

Release Date November 27, 2002
Director John Musker, Ron Clements

Brother Bear

Brother Bear is going in the B-tier and that is mainly because of its epic storytelling and good cinematography.

Release Date November 1, 2003
Director Aaron Blaise, Robert Walker


Bolt is a fun, decent, family film going straight into the B-tier.

Release Date November 21, 2008
Director Chris Williams, Byron Howard

Wreck-It Ralph

Wreck-It Ralph is another super-duper movie deserving a fixed spot in the B-tier.

Release Date November 2, 2012
Director Rich Moore

Ralph Breaks The Internet

The next movie in the B tier is Ralph Breaks the Internet. This is an incredible movie with awesome characters and a wonderful visual style.

Release Date November 21, 2018
Director  Rich Moore, Phil Johnston

Frozen 2

The Frozen 2 was not as good as the original Frozen and thus, we have added it to the B tier. There were a few loopholes because of which this movie is not included in the S or A tier.

Release Date November 22, 2019
Director Jennifer Lee, Chris Buck

Big Hero 6

The last movie on the B-tier list is Big Hero 6. This movie is jaw-dropping. Everything is so good about this movie from the beginning to the very end.

Release Date November 7, 2014
Director Chris Williams, Don Hall

C Tier

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C Tier

The C tier includes movies that are just average. Strictly speaking, these movies are fair. They are neither great nor worst, just good. To find out which movies have been included under this category, continue reading.

The Three Caballeros

The Three Caballeros cannot be skipped from the Disney movie tier list. The Three Cabelleros is another movie, quite similar to the Saludos Amigos. It is a much better movie.

Especially the first half which is so much fun. However, the last third is quite boring and the ending is pretty bad. And all this makes it an average kind of movie. So it will go into the C-tier.

Release Date December 21, 1944
Director Clyde Geronimi, Norm Ferguson, Jack Kinney, Bill Roberts, Harold Young

Fun and Fancy-Free

Fun and Fancy-Free is a little bit different sort of a movie compared to the rest in the fact that it’s only got two shots and it is Mickey in the Beanstalk and Bungo. Both were cute and fun to watch. It has a more solid story and good music, however still pretty basic. So, this will go to the C-tier.

Release Date September 27, 1947
Director Jack Kinney, Hamilton Luske, Bill Roberts, William Morgan


PeterPan is just an average movie. Nothing too much interesting about it. The plot is just fine and so are all the characters. It’s neither too good nor too bad. Just an average movie, going to the C-tier. It is just like watching a kid having playtime.

Release Date February 5, 1953
Director  Hamilton Luske, Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson

The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr.Toad

The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr.Toad. The story is amazing and overall, the movie is not that bad. It’s an average movie though and thus, it will go in the C-tier.

Release Date October 5, 1949
Director Clyde Geronimi, Jack Kinney, James Algar

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty is a decent movie but quite average. It’s not one of those incredible movies that we have mentioned in the S, A, and B tiers. Because this movie is not too good, it will go in the C-tier.

Release Date January 29, 1959
Director Wolfgang Reitherman, Clyde Geronimi, Eric Larson, Les Clark

Meet the Robinsons

Meet the Robinsons is an average Disney movie. Not too good, not too bad. Just a fair film with an average story and plot.

Release Date March 30, 2007
Director Stephen Anderson

The Aristocats

The Aristocats is a cute Disney movie. It is a fun movie but doesn’t do a whole lot for us. The storyline is good and so is the plot but then again, not something extraordinary. Therefore, it is going in the C-tier.

Release Date December 24, 1970
Director Wolfgang Reitherman


Pocahontas is not one of those epic and wonderful Disney movies that you should watch for sure no matter what. Because this movie is just average, it is going in the C-tier.

Release Date June 23, 1995
Director Eric Goldberg, Mike Gabriel

The Great Mouse Detective

The Great Mouse Detective is an average Disney Movie. It is not an interesting movie but some scenes are pretty cool. You will enjoy it for sure but because it is not up to the mark, it has been in the C-tier.

Release Date July 2, 1986
Director  Ron Clements, John Musker, Burny Mattinson, David Michener

D Tier

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D Tier

The D tier includes those movies that are complete trash. These movies were not up to the mark and were great disappointments. The movies on this list are:

Saludos Amigos

Saludos Amigos is an interesting movie because basically, this movie was actually like Government Sanctioned. The Govt asked Walt Disney to make them like create good ties between North America and South America for WW2. That might sound awesome in theory but the movie tries to be a documentary and a cartoon put together.

But the documentary stuff doesn’t go far enough. It just says “hey, here is every way how Americans and South Americans are similar”. All in all, the cartoons related to it are just about that so it’s not a great movie and therefore it is on the D-tier.

Release Date August 24, 1942
Director  Norm Ferguson, Jack Kinney, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske, Bill Roberts

Make Mine Music

Make Mine Music is a fun movie that you will enjoy. The scene where the whale who wanted to sing at the Met is too good. However, the rest of the movie is not up to the mark, the plot and the storytelling, both are pretty bad and basic. Because of that, it goes into the D-tier.

Release Date April 20, 1946
Director Jack Kinney, Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske, Robert Cormack, Joshua Meador

Melody Time

Melody Time is one of those Disney movies that require plenty of changes. Everything is just so basic about the movie from the characters to the plot to the music and everything in between. It is going to the D-tier.

Release Date May 27, 1948
Director Wilfred Jackson, Clyde Geronimi, Jack Kinney, Hamilton Luske

The Rescuers

The Rescuers is another below-average Disney Movie. It is not good enough to compete with other Disney Classics. So it is going in the D-tier for sure.

Release Date June 22, 1977
Director Art Stevens, John Lounsbery, Wolfgang Reitherman, Hendel Butoy, Mike Gabriel

The Black Cauldron

The Black Cauldron has amassed a bit of a cult following and a lot of people say it doesn’t deserve to be the black sheep of Disney. The story itself was a good one but the execution was pretty bad. And because of this reason, it’s going in the D-tier.

Release Date July 26, 1985
Director  Ted Berman, Richard Rich

Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Atlantis is a movie with a big cult following but it’s not that great. It feels like this is a live-action film trying to be animated and that to us is an issue. We feel like the makers were trying to inject too much slapstick goofy cartoon comedy into this when the story didn’t lend itself to that. It would have done better with more sarcastic humor which would have lent itself more to a live-action thing. Thus, because of all these reasons, it is going in the D-tier.

Release Date June 15, 2001
Director Kirk Wise, Gary Trousdale


Speaking of Boo, it is also a below-average Disney movie with loads of improvements required. The music is not good and storytelling-wise, it is really bad. It’s going in the D-tier.

Release Date July 3, 2020
Director Anthony C. Ferrante

Fantasia (2000)

Fantasia 2000 is interesting. This is an incredible movie and you will love some of the scenes for sure. But overall, it’s not the Best or even the average compared to others movies on this list, so it will go in the D-tier.

Release Date January 1, 2000
Director James Algar, Eric Goldberg, Hendel Butoy, Gaëtan Brizzi, Don Hahn, Paul Brizzi, Francis Glebas, Pixote Hunt

Chicken Little

Chicken Little is by far the worst film that Disney Feature Animation has ever made.

Release Date November 4, 2005
Director Mark Dindal

The Sword in the Stone

The Sword in the Stone is not a good movie at all. It’s below average and not really up to the mark. It’s going in the D-tier for sure. Although you will love parts of it such as the Wizard Duel which is incredible. But the rest of it is boring. And the ending is very bad too.

Release Date December 25, 1963
Director Wolfgang Reitherman

Comparison Table

MovieRankRelease DateDirector
The Lion KingS RankJune 24, 1994Jon Favreau
Fantasia (1940)S RankJanuary 1, 2000James Algar, Wilfred Jackson, Ben Sharpsteen,
DumboS RankOctober 23, 1941Tim Burton
TangledS RankNovember 24, 1941Nathan Greno, Byron Howard
The Jungle BookS RankOctober 18, 1967Jon Favreau
The Little MermaidS RankNovember 17, 1989John Musker, Ron Clements
Snow White and the Seven DwarfA RankDecember 21, 1937David Hand, Perce Pearce, Wilfred Jackson, William Cottrell, Larry Morey, Ben Sharpsteen
FrozenA RankNovember 27, 2013Jennifer Lee, Chris Buck
Beauty and the BeastA RankNovember 22, 1991Bill Condon
AladdinA RankNovember 25, 1992Guy Ritchie
ZootopiaA RankMarch 4, 2016Rich Moore, Byron Howard
The Princess and the FrogA RankDecember 11, 2009John Musker, Ron Clements
TarzanA RankJune 18, 1999David Yates
MulanA RankJune 19, 1998Niki Caro
PinocchioA RankFebruary 7, 1940Guillermo del Toro, Mark Gustafson
MoanaA RankNovember 23, 2016 Ron Clements, John Musker
BambiA RankAugust 13, 1942Clyde Geronimi, David Hand, Samuel Armstrong
CinderellaB RankFebruary 15, 1950Kenneth Branagh
Al in WonderlandB RankJuly 28, 1951Tim Burton
Lady and the TrampB RankJune 22, 1955June 22, 1955
101 DalmatiansB RankJanuary 25, 1961Stephen Herek
Robin HoodB RankNovember 8, 1973Otto Bathurst
The Many Adventures of Winnie the PoohB RankMarch 11, 1977Wolfgang Reitherman, John Lounsbery
The Fox and the HoundB RankJuly 10, 1981Ted Berman, Richard Rich, Art Stevens
Oliver & CompanyB RankNovember 18, 1988George Scribner
The Rescuers Down UnderB RankNovember 16, 1990Mike Gabriel, Hendel Butoy
The Hunchback of Notre DameB RankJune 21, 1996Kirk Wise, Gary Trousdale, Bradley Raymond
HerculesB RankJune 27, 1997Tad Stones, Ron Clements, John Musker
DinosaurB RankMay 19, 2000Eric Leighton
The Emperor's New GrooveB RankDecember 15, 2000Mark Dindal
Lilo and StitchB RankJune 21, 2002Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois
Treasure PlanetB RankNovember 27, 2002John Musker, Ron Clements
Brother BearB RankNovember 1, 2003Aaron Blaise, Robert Walker
BoltB RankAaron Blaise, Robert WalkerChris Williams, Byron Howard
Wreck-It RalphB RankNovember 2, 2012Rich Moore
Ralph Breaks The InternetB RankNovember 21, 2018Rich Moore, Phil Johnston
Frozen 2B RankNovember 22, 2019Jennifer Lee, Chris Buck
Big Hero 6B RankNovember 7, 2014Chris Williams, Don Hall
The Three CaballerosC RankDecember 21, 1944Clyde Geronimi, Norm Ferguson, Jack Kinney, Bill Roberts, Harold Young
Fun and Fancy-FreeC RankSeptember 27, 1947September 27, 1947
PeterPanC RankFebruary 5, 1953Hamilton Luske, Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr.ToadC RankOctober 5, 1949Clyde Geronimi, Jack Kinney, James Algar
Sleeping BeautyC RankJanuary 29, 1959Wolfgang Reitherman, Clyde Geronimi, Eric Larson, Les Clark
Meet the RobinsonsC RankMarch 30, 2007Stephen Anderson
The AristocatsC RankDecember 24, 1970Wolfgang Reitherman
PocahontasC RankJune 23, 1995Eric Goldberg, Mike Gabriel
The Great Mouse DetectiveC RankJuly 2, 1986Ron Clements, John Musker, Burny Mattinson, David Michener
Saludos AmigosD RankAugust 24, 1942Norm Ferguson, Jack Kinney, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske, Bill Roberts
Make Mine MusicD RankApril 20, 1946Jack Kinney, Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske, Robert Cormack, Joshua Meador
Melody TimeD RankMay 27, 1948Wilfred Jackson, Clyde Geronimi, Jack Kinney, Hamilton Luske
The RescuersD RankJune 22, 1977Art Stevens, John Lounsbery, Wolfgang Reitherman, Hendel Butoy, Mike Gabriel
The Black CauldronD RankJuly 26, 1985Ted Berman, Richard Rich
Atlantis: The Lost EmpireD RankJune 15, 2001Kirk Wise, Gary Trousdale
BooD RankJuly 3, 2020Anthony C. Ferrante
Fantasia (2000)D RankJanuary 1, 2000James Algar, Eric Goldberg, Hendel Butoy, Gaëtan Brizzi, Don Hahn, Paul Brizzi, Francis Glebas, Pixote Hunt
Chicken LittleD RankNovember 4, 2005Mark Dindal
The Sword in the StoneD RankDecember 25, 1963Wolfgang Reitherman

About Disney Movies 

We are sure that most of the movies mentioned in our tier list for the best Disney movies in August 2022 are not only seen and loved by children but also adults alike.

The reason why Disney movies are so popular is that they have serious themes and always end up with an important message. These movies can affect and inspire you in unimaginable ways and always have a message that makes us think in the end.

Disney movies might seem like they’re created for children only but that is not the case. The movies have always reached out to a versatile audience and the stories are always the most interesting with a great plot. We have not just created the tier list for best Disney movies in August 2022 for the sake of nostalgia, but we have also tried to emphasize the importance of the messages each movie holds.

How We Made Our Disney Movie Tier List

It should be noted that to ease the process of ranking, we have introduced 5 different tiers. We have been using this format for many different topics for instance you can go through our article on Godzilla Movie Tier List.

Moving on, firstly, we have the S tier. In the S tier, all those movies are included that are the best of the best, the super-duper, the brilliant ones. It includes movies that are a must-watch for everyone.

After the S tier, we have the A tier. The A tier includes movies that too are epic, but not as good as the ones in the S tier. Next comes the B tier which includes movies that are way better than those mentioned in the C and D tiers, but not better than the S and A tiers. The C tier includes average movies. The movies in this list are neither too good, nor too bad. They are just average, middle-of-the-way kind movies.

Lastly, we have the D tier which includes the worst movies ever made. It includes those movies that you should never watch because they will disappoint you a lot. Thus, it is better not to waste your time watching them.

Now that you know everything about the Disney movie tier list ranking criteria, it is time that we take a deep dive and find out where your favorite Disney movie lies based on our ranking criteria.


Disney has come up with several great movies over the years. Some of these films are among the most popular and well-liked in history, generating books, toys, albums, theme park attractions, etc.

While others were completely forgotten within months of their initial release. They may not all be significant, but they collectively form the most important body of animation in America, if not the world. There is never a bad moment to see some of the greatest Disney films ever made.

In the discussion above, we mentioned and ranked many Disney movies from best to worst. This Disney movie tier list will give you an idea about the different films Disney has released over time. We couldn’t make a Disney Pixar movie tier list as it is quite different from this one, but stay tuned for that, as it is surely on our radar.


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