Sultan: Prince Ali Ababwa! Of course! I'm delighted to meet you. [he shakes Aladdin's hand] Sultan: This is my royal vizier, Jafar. He's delighted, too. Jafar: [*very* dryly] Ecstatic.
[Iago is powering a mystic device kwa foot power] Iago: With all due respect, Your Rottenness, couldn't we just wait for a *real* storm? Jafar: Save your breath, Iago. Faster! [he inserts the Sultan's ring into the juu of the hourglass] Iago: Yes, O Mighty Evil One! [he pedals the device faster]
Jafar: How many times do I have to kill you, boy?
Genie: [turns into a cheerleader] Rick 'em, rack 'em, rock 'em, rake!...
` The grandfather clock rang eleven times. The jikoni was mostly dark, except for a little bit of moonlight trickling into the house from its window. Annette and Collette were sleeping together. Danielle slept near them, with Puffball at her side. Also sleeping were Peg and Spunky, who were in a soft kitanda in the corner kwa the door, sleeping inayofuata to each other with smiles on their faces. In the center of the room were Lady and Tramp, who were fast asleep in one cushy, large, round bed. Upstairs, Jim Dear, Darling, and Junior were sleeping. Everyone was sleeping…...
This orodha is only about Disney villains who turned up in animated full-length feature. No Pixar, no package sinema and no half-animated movies. I also only included villains, who definitly are villains, not those who turned good at the end of the movie (like Amos Slate) au those which are mostly just slightly jerky characters (like the characters of Dumbo au the Siamese cats).
It should be obvious why this motivation is at the bottom on the list. Lazy villains don’t really provide much action because they are…well, too lazy to do much. So it’s no wonder that the only...
Hi guys, I had watch both versions of this timeless classic and here are my review, opinions and comparisons on both films.
Both films are faithful towards the original story kwa J.M. Barrie, the 2003 version has scenes especially with the Darling brothers. The part where they chanted 'I do believe in Fairies!' is really catchy, and I wish that it was part of the 1953 version too! The only difference is that at the end, the Darling parents adopted the Lost Boys in the 2003 version. It was also sad that Wendy never saw Peter ever again! (2003 Version)