Disney Bracket: The Final

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Voting on the Final Four matchups came to a close on Tuesday afternoon and now only two movies remain to battle it out for the title of best Disney movie of all time. Four highly deserving movies made it to the Final Four but when the dust settled, two clear winners booked their spot in the championship matchup.

Before we get to the championship matchup, let’s check out how we got here with a quick recap of the Final Four.

Final Four Recap

It was a good run for Frozen, taking home the Modern Region title but in the end Simba and the rest of his pride were just too much and The Lion King easily advanced to the championship.

Another easy victory for Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the Toy Story crew who buzzed through our only non-No. 1 seed in the Final Four, Lady and the Tramp, to set up a date with destiny in the final round.

Here is how the bracket stands through the Final Four voting:

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Our recap of the Final Four is complete and the championship matchup has been set. The winner will earn the crown as best Disney movie of all-time as selected by you the voters.

All voting will be conducted via polls posted to our Twitter account which you can find right here. Polls will be open for 24 hours.

Let’s begin.

Championship Matchup

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No. 1 The Lion King v. No. 1 Toy Story

Get those votes in and check back for the results right here on our site.

Happy voting.


Reminder that all polls for this round will be open for 24 hours.

After the voting concludes and the winner announced, we will have a full tournament recap on our site.

Disney Bracket: Final Four

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Voting on the Elite Eight matchups came to a close on Thursday afternoon and four movies earned the title of regional champions and advanced to the Final Four. Voting went about as you would have expected, three number one seeds advanced, but there was one minor upset along the way.

Now we move on to the Final Four where the regional champions will battle it out for a spot in our championship match. As the top seeded region overall, Golden Region champion The Lion King will take on Frozen, the champion from the lowest seeded Modern Region. The other matchup will include our only non-number one seed Lady and the Tramp squaring off with Pixar champion Toy Story.

Before we get to the Final Four matchups, let’s check out how we got here with a quick recap of the Elite Eight.

Elite Eight Recap

Coming out of the Golden Region was the top overall seed in the bracket and expected winner The Lion King who knocked Aladdin right off his magic carpet.

Our one minor upset in the Elite Eight came in the Class Region where No. 2 seed Lady and the Tramp eliminated Snow White and the dwarfs in resounding fashion.

Another expected favorite took home the title of best Pixar movie as Toy Story pushed past Nemo and his underwater friends for a spot in the Final Four.

Our last spot in the Final Four went to the ice queen Elsa as Frozen swept past Moana to claim the Modern Region title.

Here is how the bracket stands through the Elite Eight voting:

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Our recap of the Elite Eight is complete and all of the regional titles have been claimed. Now we move on to the Final Four where a champion is set to be crowned this week. The two winners from the Final Four matchups will face off against one another in the championship match to determine the best Disney movie of all time.

All voting will be conducted via polls posted to our Twitter account which you can find right here. Polls will be open for 24 hours.

Let’s begin.

Final Four

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No. 1 The Lion King v. No. 1 Frozen

No. 2 Lady and the Tramp v. No. 1 Toy Story

Get those votes in and check back for the results right here on our site.

Happy voting.


Reminder that all polls for this round will be open for 24 hours.

After the voting concludes and the winners announced, voting on the championship match will begin on Wednesday.

Keep your eyes peeled on our site for continued updates and new polls throughout the duration of the tournament.

Disney Bracket: Elite Eight

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Voting on the Sweet Sixteen matchups came to a close on Tuesday afternoon and eight movies were lucky enough to advance in our tightest round of voting yet. While there were still some clear winners, some matchups came down to the very final seconds before the polls closed. In the end, we were left with the movies we expected and our one cinderella finally fell.

Now we move on to the Elite Eight where each region will feature one matchup and the winner will advance to the Final Four. Each winner will also be given the title as best move from their particular generation.

Before we get to the Elite Eight matchups, let’s check out how we got here with a quick recap of the Sweet Sixteen.

Golden Region Sweet Sixteen Recap

Ariel and company held the lead for most of the round but a strong final push from Simba and friends gave The Lion King the victory.

Another incredibly close matchup but it will be Aladdin riding the magic carpet into the Elite Eight after a hard fought win over Belle and The Beast.

Classic Region Sweet Sixteen Recap

A strong showing from The Jungle Book finally gave Snow White and the dwarfs a run for their money but the princess will be whistling all the way to the Elite Eight.

A remarkable run from the No. 14 101 Dalmatians sadly comes to an end in the Sweet Sixteen as Lady and the Tramp pull away late for the victory.

Pixar Region Sweet Sixteen Recap

It’s been a relatively easy road for Pixar favorite Toy Story and that theme continued in the Sweet Sixteen with an easy victory over Wall-E to advance.

Not much drama in the Pixar region from either matchup as Nemo easily dispatched Toy Story 3 for a spot in the Elite Eight they will try and make it two in a row against the Toy Story franchise.

Modern Region Sweet Sixteen Recap

Elsa and Anna trailed early but were able to collect enough votes as the round went along to make it a clean sweep for the number one seeds once again.

A battle of tropical paradises went the way of Moana meaning we will have 1 v. 2 Elite Eight matchups in every region.


Our recap of the Sweet Sixteen is complete and all of the Elite Eight matchups have been set. Now, let’s get back to voting. All winners will advance to the Final four and hold the title of best movie from their respective generations.

All voting will be conducted via polls posted to our Twitter account which you can find right here. Polls will be open for 24 hours.

Let’s begin.

Elite Eight: Golden Region

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No. 1 The Lion King v. No. 2 Aladdin

Elite Eight: Classic Region

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Elite Eight: Pixar Region

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No. 1 Toy Story v. No. 2 Finding Nemo

Elite Eight: Modern Region

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Get those votes in and check back for the results right here on our site.

Happy voting.


Reminder that all polls for this round will be open for 24 hours.

After the voting concludes and the winners announced, voting will begin on the Final Four on Friday.

Keep your eyes peeled on our site for continued updates and new polls throughout the duration of the tournament.