Many Disney characters became memorable because of their personalities and stories. But there are some friendship groups created by the house of Mickey Mouse that stand out because of the characteristics of their members and the relationship between them. That’s why RECREIO brought some of Disney’s most memorable groups of friends. Check out!
1. Red: Growing Up Is a Beast
Friendship is one of the main points of the plot of “Red Growing Up is a Beast”. In the story we can follow Mei Lee, a 13-year-old teenager, who is going through a dilemma: remain the obedient daughter or enjoy her adolescence with her friends.
The film shows all the love between Mei and her friends Abby, Priya and Miriam. The girls support the protagonist in the most difficult decision of her life and face all obstacles together.
2. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
The friendship between Christopher Robin and the animals of the Hundred Acre Wood is one of Disney’s most beautiful. Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Ió and the other residents of the forest are always willing to help each other and make every moment the happiest of memories, both for them and for Christopher, who visits them daily.
3. Toy Story
Throughout Pixar’s Toy Story franchise, we can see all the companionship between Andy’s dolls. They have already gone through many obstacles to be together and even with some disagreements, they never gave up on each other.
4. The Cheetah Girls
“The Cheetah Girls” shows a group of friends, who also form a musical group, having the great opportunity of their lives: to become professional singers. They just didn’t count on the fact that the producer who could make this dream come true wanted to transform them into something they are not.
Galleria, Chanel, Dorinda and Aqua chase their dreams together, without losing their essence and always keeping friendship first, just like any good group of friends.
5. High School Musical: The Series: The Musical
The East High students that we can follow in “High School Musical: The Series: The Musical” are always helping each other, like good friends. Even with some disagreements, young people always support each other, regardless of whether their ultimate goals are the same or different.