The saddest moments from DP movies that made me cry and most often they still do. Some are close to heart while some are so well enacted and animated that i'm moved by the simplicity of emotions.
13. 3 good fairies put the entire kingdom to sleep: Despite their best of efforts, they lose Aurora to the spell and the only way to make things work is to put the entire kingdom to sleep, waking only when she awakens. It makes me sad to see them blame themselves for this loss. It doesn't make me cry though, but yes, it puts me in a sad mood.
12. Cinderella crying in the forest: More than her dress...
I got inspired by anukriti2409's article so I decided to write my own list, it was hard to do, but I narrowed it down to these 10 things, hope you'll enjoy this article
10. The Lantern Scene
This scene is imo the most beautiful 3d animated scene, especially the part where the King and Queen releases their lantern and then the rest of the kingdom follows, that part gives me goosebumps everytime. It also inspired me to release a lantern on New Year's Eve 2013
9. The Bayou Wedding Scene
This scene is the most beautiful thing from a DP Movie released after 2000, what especially makes this...
Okay so I have read multiple places on here that "Ariel just left her family for some guy she barely knew" and variations thereof. I coincidentally enough just watched this film within the last month and remember it very freshly so I would like to contribute my opinion on this matter. First though, I would like to remind people: These Disney Princess films do not take place in a modern time and setting. Most of them take place over a 100 years ago and are during a time when most people were dead by 40 and half weren't even making it that long. To put it in perspective, the equivalent of a woman...
The Disney Princesses wear some of the cutest little outfits, both inside and outside of ceremonies and balls, so I wanted to do a fun and light-hearted ranking of all of their outfits! I already did a sort of "part 1" to this countdown with the non-ceremonial outfits/ball gowns ranked. Here I will be ranking the non-casual categories of outfits. I ranked them based on which I'd like to wear/own most:
Ceremonial (Non-Casual/Non-Ball Gown) Outfits:
10. Tiana's Green Dress:(Top Right Picture) Probably my least favorite of Tiana's dresses. I don't like whatever's going on with the top half (the...
So I only wanted to include couples at the end of their original films so that is why there is no Pocahontas & Smith or Rolfe as well as no Anna & Hans.
10. Rapunzel & Eugene: I think this whole thing was such a big mistake. Eugene is a criminal on the run who just so happened to stumble upon Rapunzel's whereabouts who had been isolated. He was so selfish that he didn't even want to take her on this trip and was so cold that he actually took her to a bar full of criminals to scare her. In real life, this would have been immensely endangering for her. Luckily, she is so charming and...
Hello everyone! Since I made a question about "Who are the princesses would you sort into the royal or rebel?" based on Mattel's Ever After High, some peoples commented there with their own idea of princesses in royal and rebel group. Well in this article I want to classifying the princesses in the groups with my version. This is the first time I wrote an article on Fanpop, so please understandable if many mistakes I might be doing in this article.
1. The Royals (Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora)
The true royals are kind, obedient, loyal, graceful, helpful, patient, and sweet.All of them have a...
This was the solo Jasmine was originally going to sing in Aladdin. It is included in the Broadway adaptation <3.
"Call Me A Princess" is a song intended to be sung by Princess Jasmine in Aladdin. In her early development she was supposed to be a typical, spoiled, bratty princess, and this song focused in on that. The developers scrapped the idea along with this song to make Jasmine the headstrong, compassionate woman we know today. If this song wasn't deleted it would have been the first solo song sung by Jasmine, but now that title belongs to the song I've Got My Eyes on You.
If the Disney Princesses were Housewives on Wisteria Lane, which house would be theirs? [If you are a Desperate Housewives fan, I included who lived there from the show if anyone did.]
1. Snow White: 4350
This house is a nice beige color, between white (her skin) and yellow (her skirt). It has a gazebo style balcony that fits perfectly for her and her prince to dance around and sing to each other in. [Martha Huber/Felicia Tillman/Andrew VandeKamp]
2. Cinderella: 4354
This house is a beautiful big blue house, just like her beautiful big blue(ish) dress. It's like a palace but still with...
Hello there! I'm ApplesauceDoctr here today with my third DP Song Analysis article. I've forgotten how much I enjoy writing these, and since I re-watched Brave a few days ago, I thought I'd analyze one of its most notable songs -- "Into the Open Air".
Before we begin, thought I'd mention this -- the chorus occurs twice in the real song (the one you can purchase from the soundtrack), but only occurs once in the actual movie. The lyrics for the two are quite different, but because we only hear one version in the movie, I'll only discuss that one we hear. :D