My 2nd Valentine's Day themed article and this time it's about my top 10 most romantic DP Movie Moments, hope you'll like this article
10. Pocahontas & John Smith shares their first kiss
This was a risky move considering what happened afterwards and considering that they didn't get as much privacy as they wanted, but wow, this scene is so beautiful and romantic, the music is amazing here and the kiss is quite passionate
9. Eric shows Ariel his kingdom
I feel like one of few who doesn't find the boat ride scene to be romantic, it's more of a silly scene and the song isn't even romantic...
I find that Snow has the opposite problem as Elsa: she is frequently just typed as a sensor (because you know, she's all traditional and not adventurous and likes to cook and all that boring sensor stuff, right?). There's a lot of bias and stereotyping with MBTI fans, and I used to be guilty of it too (OK, sometimes I still am). though to be fair, I think Snow IS a little underdeveloped in ways, so she could really be interpreted either way. However, I'll explain why I think she uses Ni over Si.
Extraverted Feeling (Fe): No doubt about it, Snow White is warm, caring, and a social butterfly....
Hi everyone, I have decided to write about what I like and didn't like about both versions of Cinderella. If you guys disagree with me, I don't mind. In the bold bracket, is the one I like.
In the 1950 version, we only saw Cinderella and her father with their pets. Unfortunately, he only gets a few minutes of screen-time and there were no interaction between the two because I felt that the whole prologue was just rush. We don't know how close the bond is between Cinderella and her dad. In the 2015 version, for the first time we got to see her mother as well and Ella, including...