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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Mulan (1998)

Mulan was groundbreaking, and is still one of the best Disney films around. It added a wonderful color of diversity and was an authentic portrayal of Chinese culture. Other than Pocahontas, we hadn't really seen a strong female lead in a Disney movie until Mulan came around. She proved how strong a woman can be, and you can do anything you put your mind to. She's helped little girls watching gain confidence in themselves, and it's truly great on so many levels. There is a sequel, as well as a live-action version that was made.

Halloweentown (1998)

Halloweentown was a television movie, not a theatrical one, but that doesn't mean it's not timeless in our books. It was the fourth Disney Channel Original Movie, and one of the first to start the trend of that golden era. This is another fun Halloween classic that portrays the importance of family, especially between Marnie and her grandmother Aggie, and being true to yourself.

Tarzan (1999)

One of the productions closing out the '90s is Tarzan! The film isn't just a story about a boy being raised in the jungle by apes. It's a sweet portrayal of how love is what makes up a family. And that's something many can relate to. Whether you're blood related or not, love can bring people together. It was wonderful to see Jane experience things through Tarzan's eyes as well, and like Pocahontas trying to portray the importance of nature and not taking over someone else's home. Even if that's animals. The movie inspired many other adaptations, including a television series and two sequel films.

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