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The Little Mermaid
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The Little Mermaid
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 I really think he loses it, here... Raging at a person is not explaining to a person your personal view.
I really think he loses it, here... Raging at a person is not explaining to a person your personal view.
Triton is one of those dads in Disney that absolutely makes me squirm. I don’t upendo him, and I don’t hate him. But I do find him extremely unnerving, and on the same plane of Mother Gothel upsetting. He clearly alternates between being “nice” only sometimes, and then being really “explosively nasty” at other periods. King Triton’s rule is a patriarchy. I think his abusive tendencies, though, stem from insecurities he has within himself. Triton is afraid of the unknown. He's also afraid of not appearing “manly” enough. ( Bizarrely, this also makes me think of Prince Adam and...
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So I upendo Disneyland and Disneyworld and I upendo their Princess-themed attractions. That being said, I always thought it would be really cool if there were zaidi things at the park pertaining specifically to the Princesses as I am a huge fan! <3 So I thought I'd try to see if I could figure out some form of new attraction (ride, shop, restaurant, etc.) for each DP film. I hope wewe guys enjoy!

PROPS to link for inspiring me to do this makala with one of her link

1. Snow White's Scary Forest
I thought this would be an annual Halloween event. Something to get the kids ready for the scary walk throughs...
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So as some of wewe may have read, and if not then I highly recommend(!), my link. In that article, I mentioned a website called link which helped me a lot with understanding dominant characteristics relative to seasons. This site also provided a little Fashion Style Quiz! So, I couldn't help myself but to try and put myself in each of the DP's shoes and take the chemsha bongo for each DP to see what style they'd get. I humbly do believe the results came out fairly accurate but I'd upendo to hear what wewe guys think!

I listed each Disney Princess in accordance with their dominant fashion persona. They all...
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.... au Are They? I keep hearing this massive distortion that Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora and sometimes others are "unrealistically perfect". Well first of all, they're not actually "perfect" but yes they strive for it and come pretty close. The number one reason? The earlier DPs were made in a time where families were still valued as well as good morals and they were on their best behavior in front of children, hoping that the kids would learn to embrace positive traits and reject negative traits so they would be zaidi positive people. They cared zaidi about well-roundedness, being modest...
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posted by scarletunicorn
 The good ol' baddies
The good ol' baddies
Well, it's time for another makala here in Scarletland! I admit, I had this need for wanting to make another makala again, but I didn't know of what subject to make of. Then browsing around the Internet, the inspiration struck me: I could write about Disney villains! Genius! Because that subject isn't trite and overdone at all! (/sarcasm)

Jokes aside, I've been these last days thinking and analyzing the Disney villains zaidi than usual (that is; I almost never think about them, so this was really unusual for me). Villains are essential for many of these movies, because if it weren't for them...
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So I really, really, really upendo the Disney Princess dance sequences, particularly with the waltz, as I find it to be so sweepingly romantic! The uhuishaji of the dance, the way the dress twirls with the women, the romantic and powerful score in the background, the gorgeous scenery in the background and the usually gorgeous dress worn kwa the princess... I upendo everything about these sequences! That's not to mention the onyesha of romantic upendo developing. I am very much an old soul so I really upendo the process of "courting" which often included the man taking the woman out to dance au dancing...
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source: Pete Ware
Okay, so I have come across a lot of criticism against Merida that she is childish, rude, reckless, selfish and what not. But since she's my 2nd inayopendelewa princess, i'd like to put up a case in her favor for people to consider and see her in better light. I have tried to dissect the movie scenes, probed into possible perspective on various minor details that may have been overlooked.


Why she isn't sophisticated as others:
She no doubt loves both her mother and father, but Merida takes off a part of feisty, loud and unapologetically honest side from her father. She loves to fight with him, laughing...
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So here is the Part 2 to my musical countdown: Scores. I upendo Disney muziki and I honestly upendo the scores over the songs. They have all of the "magic Disney" feel that I absolutely adore. Also, I upendo how the scores can provide a blend of the different songs from it's respective films as well as stir up all of the emotions and/or memories from it's respective scene(s). For those reasons, this orodha was much harder for me to make than Part 1: Songs, but I managed to finish! As I mentioned before, I cannot get enough from the musical team of Alan Menken and Howard...
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I got inspired kwa anukriti2409's makala so I decided to write my own list, it was hard to do, but I narrowed it down to these 10 things, hope you'll enjoy this article

10. The Lantern Scene

This scene is imo the most beautiful 3d animated scene, especially the part where the King and Queen releases their lantern and then the rest of the kingdom follows, that part gives me Goosebumps everytime. It also inspired me to release a lantern on New Year's Eve 2013

9. The Bayou Wedding Scene

This scene is the most beautiful thing from a DP Movie released after 2000, what especially makes this...
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posted by laylastepford
 Positive Messages
Positive Messages
As some of wewe might be able to tell, I have been in a very musical mood lately. Along those themes, I wanted to make 2 muziki countdowns: 1 for Songs and 1 for Scores. I upendo Disney's music, especially from the team of Alan Menken & Howard Ashman. I almost never like covers of DP songs kwa Disney Pop stars so unless otherwise mentioned, all versions here are the original ones from the film. Here are my rankings for inayopendelewa songs:

Honorary Mentions:
With A Smile & A Song - Snow White & The 7 Dwarfs (So positive and uplifting plus an excellent message.) "There's no use in grumbling...
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So yesterday I wrote about my inayopendelewa songs, today I'll write about the 10 best scenes, originally I was planning on only doing a juu 5, but I felt that it was too little so I decided to do a juu 10 list, like with the songs I upendo all the scenes in the movie so placing them wasn't so easy, but I hope you'll like this makala anyway

10. The Funeral Scene

This scene is so sad yet so beautifully animated and I couldn't resist putting this one on here since I Lost my grandmother just a few days ago, but even before that this has been one of the most beautiful scenes in the movie aswell as...
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posted by laylastepford
 "The maua, ua that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of them all."
"The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of them all."
So while there are a lot of great things that are pointed out about the movie Mulan, there are also things that I haven't seen pointed out yet so I wanted to share.

1. Realistic Representation of Culture: I upendo that it is not over-Americanized and mostly stays true to Chinese and Asian culture. The most American part of the film is the fact that she thinks she can take a man's place in the army. That and Grandmother Fa's maoni in general. Other than that, the movie is pretty accurate to her culture. I find this important because I don't understand the point of inaonyesha a different culture...
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