A few hours ago on the Disney Princess club I post an article similar to this one for the, well, Disney Princesses. XD I decided to then do one for Disney Heroines. So enjoy! :)
Hair; Jane's hair is pretty... It makes me think of Belle's hair done right. I like two of her hair styles but my faourite is when her link. I love how it moves.
Outfit; My favourite outfit of Jane's is her...
Hi everyone, this is my second article about The Lion King. Only this time, I'm going to comparing to another non-Disney movie called The Land Before Time. Are you ready?
The Land Before Time
While watching this movie after so many years, there was a character name Rooter, who ironically is the narrator of the movie. Actually told Littlefoot about the great Circle of Life shortly after the tragic passing of his mother, I thought for a moment that the Lion King stole this line! But I guess that I was wrong in the end.
This is the list of from the hottest to the ugliest Male Disney Villains.
*1. Prince Hans (Frozen, 2013) - Because He is Good-Looking, Charming and Sophisticated Male Villain from Frozen.
*2. Dr. Facilier (The Princess and The Frog, 2009)
*3. Captain James Hook (Peter Pan, 1953)
*4. Hades (Hercules, 1997)
*5. Jafar (Aladdin, 1992)
*6. Judge Claude Frollo (The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, 1996)
*7. Gaston LeGume (Beauty and The Beast, 1991)
The is the list of from the Hottest to the Ugliest Female Disney Villains
*1. Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty, 1959) - Because She is Beautiful and Good-Looking Villainess of Disney Animated Canon.
*2. Mother Gothel (Tangled, 2010)
*3. The Evil Queen Grimhilde (Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, 1937)
*4. Ursula (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
*5. Lady Tremaine (Cinderella, 1950)
*6. Yzma (The Emperor's New Groove, 2000)
*7. Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians, 1961)
Hi guys, since I had compare the Phantom of the Opera with Beauty and the Beast earlier on. Here is my comparison on other Disney classic, the Hunchback of Notre Dame. Are you ready?
The Phantom of the Opera
Okay, as you know that that both stories are also set in France. It deals with 2 physically deformed title characters, however unlike Quasimodo, the Phantom (Erik in the original novel) is actually a madman and his obsessive love for Christine who seeks refuge at the Opera House in Paris.
Well,I bet that title got your attention!
Let me make something perfectly clear here.I love Disney! I really do,it's a big part of my childhood,and I'm pretty sure it was a big part for everybody's childhood.It's probably the greatest animation company in the world,but it's not perfect.
Like most companies,Disney has its fair-share of things about it that piss me off,on a lot of levels.These things can range from baffling decisions that don't make sense,cancelling great games,movies and shows,or creating things like movies or series that were failures,or anything that make you...
Hi guys, what I'm going to write are 2 highest grossing movies that took the world by the storm and they are The Lion King and Frozen. Are you ready?
The Lion King
I started watching this movie for the first time in 1994 on video tape, one of my first impressions at that time was that movie really tell us a message about forgetting the past and move on, like how Les Miserables was being told.
When I first learn more about the movie later on, I came to realise that the movie itself is base on Shakespeare's Hamlet: Prince of Denmark. So is it's...
To anyone who hasn't signed my petition, I made a petition at change.org to bring back Phineas and Ferb. If you want to sign it here it is: https://www.change.org/p/the-walt-disney-company-revive-phineas-and-ferb-with-a-second-summer?recruiter=566623505&utm_source=starters_petition_mgmt&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=petition_mgmt_36_sigs_emailed_by_
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