Disney's Brother Bear. (again)
It's definitely a guilty pleasure of mine. Not because it's bad (if they focused more on some darker story elements instead of relying heavily on dated jokes, then it could've been another hit like "The Little Mermaid", "Beauty and the Beast", "Aladdin", "The Lion King", and "Mulan") Phil Collins did almost as much of a good job on the soundtrack as he did with Tarzan. Although in Brother Bear's case, Phil only supplied his voice for *most* of the songs. Great Spirits was sung by Tina Turner, and was arguably the best song in the movie (Phil Collins made a hard-to-find version of that song that was unused).
Also... the choice of score for
Sitka's funeral scene
made it one of the most tragic moments in a Disney cartoon since Mufasa's death in The Lion King. Also, the weird plot twist of
Kenai killing Koda's mother
was semi-expectable if you didn't see the movie before. The scene where Kenai explains this could've had a much bigger impact if they went with a somber orchestration instead Phil Collins singing over the scene.
Also, Michael Clarke Duncan is ALWAYS a win, even though his character doesn't appear until closer to the end.