Allow me to take you on a nostalgic trip to our childhood. To the movies that moved us mid-millennials, 90s children. I myself am a 94 child which brings us to...
Once Upon a Forest (1993)
Who could forget that horribly-creepy scene when the gas truck has an accident and everything dies and all the birds flee? Or the evil "woosh" sound effects whenever a flashlight is being moved about? Not to mention Michael crawford [THEE phantom of the opera] voices Cornelias and sings Please Wake Up for the sick Michelle. And unlike other environmental films, which are annoying propaganda and scare tactics in disguise [like Day After Tomorrow] this one doesn't try to scare us into behaving or portrays humans as completely evil, as one releases Edger from an abandoned trap and then destroys said trap.
Land Before Time (1988)
I Adore this movie even after 15 years of first watching it. I could never really forget that speech from that old dinosaur to Littlefoot, or the death of the antagonist Sharptooth. Plus this was Judith Barsi's last ever role as Ducky before she was shot dead by her father Joseph Barsi. The soundtrack was tearjerking but still nice. In fact all TLBT movies are good up until #6 for which it was on the downfall until the unlucky #13 the Wisdom of Friends, which is so bad, they reveal the moral of the story in the title. Avoid the latest ones at all costs, lest you dont value your braincells.
All Dogs Go To Heaven - Don Bluth Film (1985)
With Judith Barsi as Ann-marie the little girl and CNR as Karface [what a stupid name for a villain] This was a moving movie, one of Don Bluths absolute best in my opinion, second only to TLBT. But unfortunately the sequel is crap, and only has a good singer Sheena easton as the bitch [literally] as a positive trait.
Fern Gully The Last Rainforest (1994)
This was another of the few good environmental films. With Tim Curry as the toxin-sexual villian Hexus. I loved it when he sang Toxic Love. He has a fetish for the pollution which is his lifeforce. Plus some of the scenes were pretty scary.
The Iron Giant (1999)
This was by far my favorite movie from the past. Plus did you know that the voice of the Iron giant was Vin diesels first ever role? And the animation for the time was flawless, and has aged quite well. The phrase "Me go, you stay, no following," is one so dear to me I tell it to my girlfriend when she hops a fence to follow me home.