So, a while ago I wrote this article on my top ten favorite and least favorite Disney characters (in comments) and, as always, felt this needed an update, since a lot has changed in my lists. My hate and love has grown for some of these characters, some have just made it on my list.
My opinion has changed undoubtably, and I have decided to rewrite this article to fit my new opinions!
As always lets start with my least favorites out of the way, so I can get you pissed off, and get it over. Oh, and I don't want to see any bullying over my opinion. Okay? Okay.
Hi guys, since Disney had done with both Pocahontas and Mulan, here are my opinions on whether or not Disney should make a biopic about Romanian gymnast, Nadia Comaneci.
Yea, I personally think that Disney should make a film about her. I mean I don't see what's the problem on making a film on a famous Romanian gymnasts and encourage young children on never giving up, the real Nadia could provide the narrations for the film.
Hi guys, this article is on whether or not Disney should make a film on a famous Shakespearean play.
What a Great Idea!
I think it's time for Disney to try something different, so Shakespeare is definitely one of these ideas. Some of his famous plays are 'As You Like It' or 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' that Disney should give it a shot!
Not a Great Idea!
Many of his plays are very dark, morbid and sad for a Disney film, in the likes of 'Macbeth', 'Romeo & Juliet' and 'Hamlet' just to name a few.
Hi guys, an interesting idea came up to me for a perfect Disney film featuring all of the International Elsa's singing actresses, so here are my pros and cons on whether Disney should make a film about them or not.
Disney Should Do It
I personally think that Disney should make a film with all of them, because I personally think that if they do it. The film will definitely promotes diversity and harmony, they could also sing their rendition of Music Brings Us Together. Which is the theme of the movie and I'll put the link here to this wonderful song!
Hi guys, I'm going to write a review about the 2012 remake of Tim Burton's Frankenweenie.
Based on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, but it set in modern timing. I love how this time, they focus on cute little dog! Victor Frankenstein becomes a little boy living with his parents, which make it more of parental love in the entire film.
The film also makes reference with other horror film, in particularly Dracula. Like Van Helsing became the surname of Elsa Van Helsing, nope not the namesake Queen Elsa from Frozen!
Attention all Harry Potter and Disney fans, I have some sad news to tell you. So I just checked tumblr recently and found out that my favorite blog, The Mouse's Sorting Hat, was no more. I checked my reblogged posts from the blog, and it said that sortingdisney, the founder of the blog, had deactivated their account. It saddened me and made me feel like reliving the good old days of late 2013 to early 2015, when sortingdisney used to make a lot of posts. Whenever I requested a character, the posts immediately came. But suddenly, things were getting more sentimental throughout the dark days of...
Hi everyone, I will write down a few ballet suggestions on whether or not Disney could adapt them or not. It would also be great to make the music to incorporate with the film like Sleeping Beauty.
1. The Nutcracker
This story should be good for a Christmas release, I absolutely love the music by Tchaikovsky. In fact, some of music from this ballet are feature in 1940's Fantasia. So it would be great for Disney to make their own version of the ballet!
(Our instructor also asked us to include the lyrics of one song and focus upon one character's conflict in particular.)
He's a very smart Prince,
He's a Prince who prepares.
Knowing this time I'd run from him,
He spread pitch on the stairs.
And I'm caught unawares.
Well it means that he cares—
This is more than just malice.
Better stop and take stock
Although Disney’s 1977 live-action/animated musical film Pete’s Dragon obviously showcases the relationship between Pete and his dragon, Elliott, I believe the more interesting bond is Pete and Nora’s. Pete is an orphaned youth who ran away from the treacherous Gogans, his adoptive family that viewed him as a piece of property rather than a person. Nora is a lighthouse keeper whom has waited over a year for her fiancé to return from his sea venture. Together, they remedy each other’s loneliness through friendship.