15 Disney Movies With the Worst Reviews on Rotten Tomatoes

Disney is responsible for some of the finest films ever made, from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to Toy Story.

However, a minority of Disney's animated movies are all proved misses with critics.

Below, Newsweek presents the Disney movies with the worst reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.

15. A Goofy Movie

1995 ‧ Family/Musical ‧ 1h 21m

A Goofy Movie
A Goofy Movie: 58% Tomatmeter Disney

Goofy and his teenage son Max travel across the U.S. to forge a friendship.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "A Goofy Movie offers enough of its titular ingredient to satisfy younger viewers, even if most parents will agree that this beloved character deserves better."

14. Pocahontas

1995 ‧ Family/Musical ‧ 1h 31m

Pocahontas: 55% Tomatmeter Disney

A Native American dreams of marrying a prince and New World explorer called Smith.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "Pocahontas means well, and has moments of startling beauty, but it's largely a bland, uninspired effort, with uneven plotting and an unfortunate lack of fun."

13. Robin Hood

1973 ‧ Family/Adventure ‧ 1h 23m

Robin Hood
Robin Hood: 54% Tomatmeter Disney

Outlaw Robin Hood forms a group in Sherwood Forest to battle the brutality of the Sheriff of Nottingham.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "One of the weaker Disney adaptations, Robin Hood is cute and colorful but lacks the majesty and excitement of the studio's earlier efforts."

12. Home on the Range

2004 ‧ Family/Musical ‧ 1h 16m

Home on the Range
Home on the Range 53% Tomatmeter Disney

A trio of cows fight to save their farm from a greedy outlaw after he plans to conquer it.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "Though Home on the Range is likeable and may keep young children diverted, it's one of Disney's more middling titles, with garish visuals and a dull plot."

11. The Black Cauldron

U 1985 ‧ Family/Fantasy ‧ 1h 21m

The Black Cauldron 55% Tomatmeter
The Black Cauldron:55% Tomatmeter Disney

A group begin an adventure to discover the black cauldron with the power to create a giant army of unstoppable soldiers.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "Ambitious but flawed, The Black Cauldron is technically brilliant as usual, but lacks the compelling characters of other Disney animated classics."

10. Oliver & Company

1988 ‧ Family/Musical ‧ 1h 14m

Oliver & Company (50% Tomatmeter)
Oliver & Company (50% Tomatmeter) Disney

After getting lost in New York, Oliver meets lazy mongrel Dodger who helps him steal food from local vendors.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "Predictable and stodgy, Oliver & Company isn't one of Disney's best, though its colorful cast of characters may be enough to entertain young viewers looking for a little adventure."

9. Bambi II

2006 ‧ Family/Drama ‧ 1h 15m

Bambi II: 50% Tomatmeter
Bambi II: 50% Tomatmeter Disney

Bambi reunites with his father, the Great Prince, tasked with raising the young fawn educating him about the workings of the wilderness.

Joe Leydon of Variety wrote: "Lightly amusing but unremarkable."

8. Atlantis: The Lost Empire

2001 ‧ Family/Adventure ‧ 1h 36m

Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Atlantis: The Lost Empire: 49% Tomatmeter Disney

An explorer joins a group of explorers to search for the mysterious island of Atlantis.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "Atlantis provides a fast-paced spectacle, but stints on such things as character development and a coherent plot."

7. Peter Pan: Return to Never Land

2002 ‧ Fantasy/Animation ‧ 1h 13m

Peter Pan: Return to Never Land
Peter Pan: Return to Never Land: 46% Tomatmeter Disney

Captain Hook snatches Jane, mistaking her for her mother, Wendy and takes her to Neverland.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "With its forgettable songs and lackluster story, this new Pan will surely entertain kids, but will feel more like a retread to adults."

6. Planes: Fire & Rescue

2014 ‧ Family/Comedy ‧ 1h 24m

Planes: Fire & Rescue 4
Planes: Fire & Rescue 4: 46% Tomatmeter Disney

A celebrity racer with a fantastic career retrains as a certified firefighter.

Critics Consensus: Although it's too flat and formulaic to measure up against the best family-friendly fare, Planes: Fire and Rescue is a passable diversion for much younger viewers."

5. Brother Bear

2003 ‧ Family/Adventure ‧ 1h 25m

Brother Bear
"Brother Bear" Characters Koda and Kenai during Walt Disney Pictures' "Brother Bear" - New York Premiere and After Party at New Amsterdam Theater and Roseland in New York. Brother Bear: 37% Tomatmeter Getty Images/Gregory Pace/FilmMagic

When a bear kills a Native American's brother, he impulsively kills anptherr as revenge and, he gets transformed into a bear as a punishment.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "Brother Bear is gentle and pleasant if unremarkable Disney fare, with so-so animation and generic plotting."

4. Chicken Little

2005 ‧ Family/Comedy ‧ 1h 21m

hicken Little 36% Tomatmeter
Chicken Little: 36% Tomatmeter

A slice of sky falls on the head of Chicken Little, leading him and his friends to save the world from ending.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "Disney expends more effort in the technical presentation than in crafting an original storyline."

3. Doug's 1st Movie

1999 ‧ Family/Comedy ‧ 1h 23m

Doug's 1st Movie 26% Tomatmeter
Doug's 1st Movie: 26% Tomatmeter Disney

Hi high school dance is approaching, and Doug is eager to request Patti and himself to be planners.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "Doug's first Movie may entertain very young fans of its main character, but essentially amounts to a forgettable feature-length episode of his show.

2. Planes

2013 ‧ Family/Comedy ‧ 1h 32m

Planes 25% Tomatmeter
Kevin Nealon attends the Disney's "Planes" Los Angeles premiere held at the El Capitan Theatre on August 5, 2013 in Hollywood, California. Planes: 25% Tomatmeter Gregory Pace/Getty Images

Dusty is a small-town plane who dreams of one day competing as a high-flying air racer.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "Planes has enough bright colors, goofy voices, and slick animation to distract some young viewers for 92 minutes -- and probably sell plenty of toys in the bargain -- but on nearly every other level, it's a Disney disappointment."

1. The Jungle Book 2

2003 ‧ Family/Adventure ‧ 1h 12m

 The Jungle Book 2
John Goodman and Haley Joel Osment during "The Jungle Book 2" Premiere at The El Capitan Theater in Hollywood, California, United States The Jungle Book2: 18% Tomatmeter Jean-Paul Aussenard/WireImage/Getty Images

Mowgli misses his old jungle friends and suddenly escapes from his village.

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "This inferior rehash of The Jungle Book should have gone straight to video."

Rotten Tomatoes' critics' consensus states: "This inferior rehash of The Jungle Book should have gone straight to video."