So I've been lately into classic mythology and literature all of a sudden and I thought it'd be a good idea to see popular characters from animated movies matched up to characters from greek mythology.
Obviously i won't be using any characters from Hercules, since that would be easy, and it's more fun to see comparisons with different things. I wanted to make it balanced and add also non-Disney, but it was a little difficult. I hope this match up is good, and tell me if you have some suggestions for some characters i didn't choose or matches you think fit better.
Out of the three options for article ideas, this was the top choice by a landslide. I've actually been thinking of writing about this for a long time, but the rankings were always a blur until now. I was originally going to make a Top 15 until an error happened and I had to start all over again :( Also fanpop is pretty much dead right now, so I'll write the other articles when it's more active :/
Honorable Mentions: Part of Your World (The Little Mermaid), Stand Out (A Goofy Movie), Can You Feel the Love Tonight (The Lion King), The Last Unicorn (''), Jack's Lament (The...
I've decided to put whether I actually liked the films aside to spotlight some films who have ladies as main protagonists (not secondary) so this list is not in any particular order. I am excluding Disney and Pixar since you probably have seen a majority of them. Sadly I am not mentioning Ghibli films because they are a company where about 90% of their films are led to girls so all I have to do is tell you to pick up almost any one of their movies to get some leading ladies. I will also mention the Barbie films because ALL of them have female leads.
I like animated movies... a lot. And whenever looking my favorite movies EVER they do happen to pop up a lot. But sometimes it's hard to remember that the world of animation isn't dominated by Disney and it's nice to remember movies I enjoyed that didn't have a big name behind them so here I am to share some animated movies I love that are not connected to the biggest names in animation namely Disney, Pixar, DreamWorks and Studio Ghibli. also I am going to avoid movies that you had to see a TV show or anime to fully appreciate it so alas I must say sorry to "Kim Possible a stich in time" and...
While I've never been one to spend hours thinking about who is the most beautiful character ever, I do admit I have my favorites in terms of beauty. I might have done this list, but I'd prefer to do it now again now that I've got my favorites cleared out. I add things like likability and personality aside from physical beauty in terms of how beautiful I find the character.
Most of these choices are in between conventional and unconventional, but it's mostly into what I personally find attractive. Remember that this list is subjective and it's all my opinion, so...
I'm still making a video (so you can see the poise and grace in action!), I'm just making an article just in case my video gets blocked because youtube is a bitch, so I'm crossing my fingers it doesn't cause problems.
I know not everyone might not agree with me, but the good thing about this, is that we all have an idea on what elegance is and I was giving points on poise, grace, appearance, class, how they act, and the impression they left on me. I needed a lot of help with this. I've asked and googled and this is what I came up with. I had a really hard...
Hey Fanpoppers, I am doing a review on a movie I was writing that was expected to be released on TAY (Talk Among Yourselves) very soon. I have an excerpt from the intro of the review; it’s a very interesting yet dark fact-filled story of the making and behind the scenes drama behind Warner Bros’ obscure Non-Disney Film/Disney Knockoff, Quest for Calmelot.
When Warner Bros. Feature Animation was founded in ’94, they have planned to make two projects to release for theaters, with the Live-Action/Animated Hybrid Film Space Jam planned for the November 1996 release and the...
The next part of this amazing series where we discover the world of my interests and favorite characters.
So, last time we talked about the ladies, now it's time to talk about the gentlemen. I'll admit that this was a harder list to make, because I do have a mental list for the ladies, with the men it's very uneven and unsorted. So I had to think a lot to get this list going, but I think in the end I managed to get something that works.
I think I did this list a long time ago, when I first joined Fanpop, but since then my opinion on things has slightly differed. Some female characters have stayed on their permanent spot, while others have been dropped off the line. Some new have been added.
What is consistent in this list, though, is that in general i love female characters, especially the animated ones. When well written, I often find them to be very interesting and appealing characters (that may be due to me being a woman, but I don't want to follow cliched gendered stereotypes).
Hey Everyone I've made a club for Disney The BFG from Steven Spielberg and based on Roald Dahl's classic book, and i hope you all will like to join this club, and Thank You. Join the club here: link
Posted 1 month ago
I'm trying to fix up the Road to El Dorado fan club by changing the banner and icon. Of course to do this people have to vote, so if you would like to the Icon poll is here: link
And the banner poll is here: link
Posted 2 months ago
Another movie first for me. The other night, I watched Brave for the first time. Now I'm watching The Last Unicorn on Netflix and I'm really liking it so far. She is beyond stunning.
Posted 2 months ago