Prince Phillip is one of the most progressive Disney male characters that were initially born into royalty even judging by the modern standards.
As the audience is introduced to his adult self it’s established distinctly and beforehand that he is not invested in leading a snobbish, pompous and obnoxious life style when it comes to his daily activities and would rather take a walk by himself and with his favourite horse than hang out and surround himself solely and strictly with people of his class/royal background for the sake of upholding his status. He is capable of...
Predictable as it is, this post is set out to debunk the misguided notion of Prince Eric being merely a handsome one dimensional character with no layers and agency who supposedly fell for Ariel strictly and solely due to her good looks. If those are the only defining qualities and prominent traits of Eric you’re able to perceive and have been led to believe his character construction is ultimately limited to them here is a list of reasons to why those assumptions are inherently flawed and inaccurate:
Let me start by establishing that his character is clearly structured in accordance with a prominent for newer Disney movies “Prince with flaws” trope, except that his flaws don’t cross the line into straight up ignorance, racism (as in case with John Smith), class prejudice (Naveen) or taking innocent people hostage even when they are old and severely ill therefore can die if involuntarily placed in a cold dungeon (Beast) hence why Flynn’s change of heart comes off as significantly more believable and organic considering the concise time dedicated to his character progression due to...
The Disney Princesses have welcomed Princess Merida into the line up but with her came no prince, she is the type of prince no don't need no man. But out of the ten great Disney men we have which one would she get along with the most? Here are the answers
10: The Prince
What Merida would like?...would she like anything about this guy at all?
Dislike? He is a lover not a fighter and Merida wouldn't like that.
[i]"I think her and the Prince would not have much in common. He is romantic, and bland, which she will just get bored by. She woudl...
I feel kind of weird making this article but oh well, as long as I keep some of you entertained. I didn't take looks and how much I love their character into consideration. I care more for personality but obviously, I couldn't be with someone that I don't find the least bit attractive. I think they're all decent looking, better than the average man so it's really who I think are ''husband material''.
10. John Smith
He doesn't look like he's got a mind of his own, he'll just agree with everything I say without really...
Directors: Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck
Producer: Minnie Mouse
Costume design: Daisy Duck
Stage Technician: Horace Horsecollar
Stage Production: Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Ortensia
Stage Make-up: Clarabelle Cow
Lyrics and Songs written by: Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
Just to be clear, I like all of the princes well enough, at least all at some point. This is my opinion, you don't have to agree.
What can I say? I hate almost everything about BatB. In the beginning, Beast was pretty awesome. He was scary and had some anger issues, but he was awesome. Think about it. He was so horrible, he was turned into a beast when he was.. I think it's supposed to be 11. Oh well. He was young. That takes some balls to be that bad. Then he met Belle, and OMFG all that bad-assey rage just whithered up and died. I...
So I made my favorite list and I thought I might as well make a most handsome list. I'm a guy so it's kind of difficult for me to talk about guys looks. If only I was as good at talking about guys looks as girls on fanpop are with girls. Anyway comment telling me what you think.
I know I'm going to get attacked for this but I actually think he's really ugly. He's a good character but I just find him ugly. His eyes are too small and weird looking. His nose is strange and his lips look weird. I don't like his hair, I know it's traditional...