You’d have to have a heart made of stone to not at least feel some mild nostalgia for Disney movies.
From the classics to Lucasfilm, Marvel and Pixar—there are plenty of films to choose from featuring some of the most unique characters imaginable.
We asked members of Cancer Bats, Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes, Marmozets, Municipal Waste, Deez Nuts, the Bronx, Bowling For Soup, Milk Teeth, While She Sleeps, Creeper, Neck Deep, the Faim, Don Broco and PVRIS to choose their favorite Disney character.
1. Liam Cormier, CANCER BATS
The carpet from Aladdin is such a homie. I actually told my friends that I would ditch them if I could get a magic carpet to be my best friend. That was just the other day. I was like, “I’d peace you guys out in a second!”
2. Frank Carter, FRANK CARTER AND THE RATTLESNAKES
Pumbaa from The Lion King. He’s got a good vibe. He and Timon are the Hawaiian party animals. They’re chill, and they just want to have a good time.
3. Becca Macintyre, MARMOZETS
Snow White. My parents would always refer to me as Snow White because I had the palest skin and big red lips. My head teacher actually told me off for wearing lipstick, and I didn’t have any on. I was about nine years old. They didn’t believe me! They told me to wipe it off with a tissue, and when it wouldn’t come off, I was like, “See! Told you!”
4. Tony Foresta, MUNICIPAL WASTE
Boba Fett because Disney bought out Star Wars, so technically, Boba Fett is a Disney character. He’s a bounty hunter, he doesn’t give a fuck and he doesn’t talk much. He’s cool, and his costume is awesome.
5. JJ Peters, DEEZ NUTS
It pains me to say, but it’s got to be someone from Frozen because my daughter makes me watch it repetitively. I’ve actually formed a bond with these characters. Like Olaf the stupid fucking snowman. I’ve never planned it, but now that’s my boy.
6. Matt Caughthran, THE BRONX
The Sheriff Of Nottingham. He’s a character that I remember from my childhood that I thought was really funny. That Robin Hood Disney movie is one of my favorites. I love it.
7. Jaret Reddick, BOWLING FOR SOUP
Baloo, the bear from The Jungle Book. Mostly because we do his song! I love the lessons that he teaches Mowgli and how he’s into relaxing and being about the things that make you happy. He’s a very chill bear.