The Best of the Suggest
It’s that time of week again… We’re checking out the Top 3 Suggested Ideas! At the end of every week we’ll be picking 3 of the trending voting pages from our suggest tool that got the most action and votes and stood out as creative and interesting “Top 10” lists. If you want to take part in the fun and maybe…just maybe…have your suggestion become a WatchMojo video, or at least, get some well-deserved praise right here, then make sure to head over to WatchMojo.com and create your MyMojo account! It literally takes 2 minutes and you can create a new account or sign in with an existing Google or Facebook account, so get going if you want to be included in our new weekly segment or at least take part in the voting! Now, let’s get into this week’s standout lists:
#3: Top 10 Smartest Decisions in Disney Films
Although saturated with magic, hope and destiny in the form of a guaranteed happily-ever-after, some Disney films feature fairly complicated conflicts that are solved by intelligent and insightful decision-making and therefore merit some attention. This list featured smart moves from films like “Moana”, where she created a fake Heart of Te Fiti to stop Tamatoa the giant crab from eating Maui, “The Incredibles”, where they got Omnidroid to destroy itself, and “Tangled”, where they decided to cut Repunzel’s long locks, but the #1 pick was Aladdin tricking Jafar into using his last wish to become a genie, leading him to be trapped in his own lamp for good…genieous! Vote HERE or click the image below to let us know what you think the smartest Disney decision is.
#2: Top 10 Movies Where the Villain Saves the Hero
This list proves that even the most brutal and vicious of villains can sometimes have a soft spot or moment of empathy, which in these cases helped the hero escape or survive. Some of the most popular list entries were Harry saving Peter in “Spider-Man 3”, The T. Rex saving Alan Grant, Dr. Ellie Sattler, and the kids from the raptors in “Jurassic Park” and of course, Dr. Octopus sacrificing himself so Peter and Mary Jane can escape in “Spider-Man 2”. The top voted heroic villain moment with 28 thumbs up was the infamous scene in “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi” where Darth Vader saves Luke from being tortured by the Emperor’s Force lightning. What’s your favourite villain-saving-hero moment? Vote HERE!
#1: Top 10 Animated Nickelodeon Shows You Wish Would Come Back
Early 2000s Nickelodeon shows we’re a staple element of many of our childhoods, from weekend morning cartoons, to after-school entertainment and whether it be due to nostalgia or a sustained admiration for these animated shows, this list counts down the ones we want back on TV. A few popular entries include “The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius”, “CatDog” and “My Life as a Teenage Robot”, but it was “Danny Phantom”, the 2004 half-ghost, half boy with paranormal abilities and a goal of protecting his school and town from supernatural threats, that came out on top! Which Nickelodeon show was your favourite? Vote HERE!
Which of these lists do you think would make a great video? Comment down below! And don’t forget to create your MyMojo account ASAP so you can start voting on the trending lists for next week or suggest one of your own!
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