Here's a list of my top 5 movies I loved as a child but are becoming steadily extinct.
Oliver and Company 
Naturally, a Walt Disney animation had to be present on this list and there are actually quite a few gems from the company that aren't as popular these days as should be.
Oliver and Company is one of many animated, musical adaptations of the Charles Dickens classic - Oliver Twist, though evidently the only with cute furry critters rather than humans and set in New York! I love the Oliver story in general but with the added heart wrenching-ly poor, unwanted kitten, this version stands out comedic-ally as well as dramatically.
The Brave Little Toaster 
How could a film about a toaster be good I hear you say? Also, how can a toaster be brave?! A change from the usual talking animal animations, these personified home appliances are actually as endearing as adventurous puppies and singing mice. I think there can be huge similarities made between this movie and the epic Toy Story with appliances pretending to be lifeless around people and when alone continuing their quest to reach their original owners. It's cute and funny and if you didn't see it as a child - watch it. Actually here is the full movie, so you have no reason not to watch!
Alice Through the Looking Glass 
Equally as weird and twisted as Alice in Wonderland but worse animation. I don't mean that in a bad way, especially seeing as it was in 1987 however when Snow White and the Seven Dwarves was as well drawn and detailed in 1937 it's a little underwhelming.
Never the less a talking race horse, Humpty Dumpty the dinosaur egg, Tweedledee and Tweedledum and a Jaberwocky voiced by Mr T make it highly entertaining for kids and family.
The Pagemaster 
Why The Pagemaster only has a 5.8/10 on IMDB is beyond me! From the Home Alone series fame, Macaulay Culkin stars in this awesome live action and animated combination film based in a huge library during a thunder storm. If that wasn't scary and exciting enough, after slipping on the floor and knocking himself out the dream-like story begins where he meets his new 'book' friends Adventure, Fantasy and Horror who travels with him through a storybook land encountering pirates, a dragon and even Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. I do it no justice, but the trailer doesn't either.
An epic cult classic, well at least in my opinion. Everyone around my age must of seen it! Admittedly not a fan of his music, which is definitely before my time, I really enjoyed David Bowie as 'The Goblin King'. Considering the main characters (aside from The Goblin King and Sarah) are actually puppets, of which I'd usually not be a fan of, this was one of my all time favorite movies as a pre-teen. Fantastical, weird and intriguing it's something most people can enjoy.
Do you remember any of these? Which is your favorite? If it's not on the list, tell me about it!