The Emperor's New Groove may only be 78 minutes long but it\u2019s jam-packed with fun and adventure. It\u2019s so easy to watch because every scene seems essential, it never feels boring. Right until the last second you want more fun, rather than walking away and thinking that something was missing. The songs scream classic Disney film, there aren\u2019t many but the ones we do hear are so effective it\u2019s hard to dislike them. Let\u2019s just talk about the opening number, Perfect World, sang by Kuzco\u2019s literal Theme Song Guy. It's sung by the well-known Tom Jones and it's catchy and straight to the point telling us how vain and heartless Kuzco is. Maybe we aren\u2019t drowning in songs but the ones that we get are great as a storytelling device and are therefore impossible to ignore. The songs may sound very Disney-esque but the plot is like no other Disney film you have seen before; with no love stories insight, comedy at the forefront and an unpleasant hero. By deliberately swerving the typical plot The Emperors Groove had its own identity, which is why fans love it. It doesn\u2019t have many morals but the stand out one is without a friend your journey would be a lot lonelier and meaningful. This does sound more like Disney; we could never imagine Buzz without Woody now could we? We all know Kuzco doesn\u2019t deserve his companion Pacha, to begin with, but Pacha ends up being his saving grace and he wouldn\u2019t have been able to complete his adventure without him. The ending is inevitably a happy one as all good Disney films are, but it\u2019s so over the top you can\u2019t help but grin. So the hero, Kuzco, spares the village. And the villain, Yzma, well she\u2019s stuck as a cat, who reluctantly joins Kronk\u2019s Junior Squirrel Scouts. There\u2019s nothing quite like a happy ending and you'll definitely have fun watching it again, in fact, it might just be a perfect movie to watch again with your family on a rainy day. What's your\u00a0favorite\u00a0moment in The Emperor's New Groove?