15 absolutely timeless Disney movies from the '90s

From Beauty and the Beast and Mulan to even A Goofy Movie, here's some of the best '90s Disney films that stand out.

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A Goofy Movie (1995)

For a silly Mickey Mouse character, we saw a different side to Goofy in A Goofy Movie. Though his characteristics are still definitely there, we saw how he could be more mature and a good father to his son, Max. All Goofy wanted was to bond with the teenager, and that's something many parents can relate to. When kids get older and enter their teenage years, it can be hard to find common ground. But as the two go on their adventure, they learn how to reconnect. And that's something all parents can take away and appreciate seeing.

Hercules (1997)

I think Hercules is one of the Disney movies that doesn't get as much love or attention. But if you actually go back to watch it, the film is so enjoyable even as an adult. Though there is a love story between the demigod and Meg, the root of the story is about Hercules going down a hero's path and finding his way back to godhood by becoming a "true hero." And honestly, Hades is one of the best Disney villains. He's hilarious! I like the element of Meg hiding that she works for Hades too. It puts a unique spin on the story. Hercules definitely deserves more love! The 1997 production was followed up by Hercules: The Animated Series and Hercules: Zero to Hero.

The Parent Trap (1998)

I don't have enough good things to say about this film! Two twin girls who discover they're sisters, switch places, and plot to get their parents back together. Plus Lindsay Lohan's talent is just off the charts! Their shenanigans and the sort of evil stepmother vibe does make this film Disney-esque but in the real world. The Parent Trap is one of my favorite movies and still lives up to its reputation.