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List by deedragongirl posted 13 days ago
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Hi guys, I thought that I would like to write some suggestions of Disney is going to make a film that a movie featuring all of Elsa's international singing voices.

1) Care Bear-Like Film

I watched the Care Bear movie many years ago, and I think that the film should take inspiration from this film! The story will be about a young protagonists who is trying to find his or her happiness with the help of the actresses themselves.

2) Detective Film

It would be interesting to feature all of them to help the main protagonists to solve the biggest mystery in the film's event, I'm a fan of Agatha Christie's Poirot and Miss Marple, so the film will definitely work out!

3) A Famous Musical

They could base the story on a famous musical with a little twist, it would be interesting and something different for Disney.

Which Will It Be?

So, do you agree with these choices? Anymore suggestions?
Article by deedragongirl posted 16 days ago
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Heaven's Light!
Hi guys, I had seen the film and the German musical on Youtube. I was very fortunate to have the Original 1996 Animated Feature soundtrack and here is my comparison on both film and the stage version!

The Animated Feature Version

Okay, considering that the film was tone down for Family Friendly because it's Disney. Several things like Claude Frollo was changed into a judge rather than a priest, he was misguided prompting him to go mad!
Pheobus wouldn't have kill Esmeralda and he's not engage to another girl name Fleur-De-Lys, I really like his character a lot!
Finally, the music was enchanting, thanks to Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz. I personally wish that Someday was sung in the film because it's a very meaningful song.

The Musical Version

This was the first Disney animated feature to play outside of the US, I was very fascinated about how the Berlin show and from I read is that they musical is partially based on both the original novel and the 1996 animated film despite the fact that the story-line in the musical remained the same to the latter.
Opinion by Windrises posted 22 days ago
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So far there has been 2 live action films in Disney's live action film series adaption of Alice in Wonderland. In 2010 there was Alice in Wonderland and in 2016 there was Alice Through the Looking Glass. I'm hoping for a sequel.

Here's what I want in Alice 3

Tarrant Hightopp getting more screen time.

Tarrant is the Hatter. He's the most entertaining character in the franchise. He's already gotten plenty of screen time in the previous films, but more of him would be great.

I want Time to return.

Time seems like a 1 film type of character, but he's a fun character who I want to watch more of. I'm not sure how to make him a important character again, but I trust Linda Woolverton to know how to bring him back.

I want Hamish to be the main villain.

Making him a bad guy in Alice Through the Looking Glass was fun. I want him to get a bigger role as the main villain of Alice 3. It would be cool if he found out about Underland (Wonderland) and tried to rule it.
Opinion by Windrises posted 25 days ago
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This is my submission for the fan made Disney films contest. This film is a sequel to the 1951 Alice in Wonderland film. This film takes place years after the 1951 film. In this film Alice is 18.


Alice is 18 so she's a adult, but she still feels like a kid at heart. Since this film takes place years after the 1951 film she's taller and wears a pink dress. Her older sister is impatient for Alice to act like a grown up. Alice gets stressed out so she runs and accidentally knocks into her bedroom door.

Alice wakes up in Wonderland, but it looks different. The place doesn't look as magical. Alice finds the Hatter, March Hare, and Dormouse. Since Wonderland is a magical place the Hatter and the others have barley aged. Alice asks the tea party trio what happened. They tell her that the King and Queen of Hearts died so Wonderland has a new ruler. The new ruler is called the Emperor. The Emperor is tired of Wonderland being the same crazy place for years so he's turning it into a realistic, but dark world where being generic is rewarded and being unique and childish is frowned upon. The Emperor represents Alice's fear of being a grown...
Fan fiction by Windrises posted 25 days ago
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Notes: The characters and locations are owned by Disney. This story is a sequel to the story Anna's Drama.

Anna said "Oh Elsa."

Elsa said "Oh what?"

Anna said "A fellow super hero wants to meet us. She's part of some team called Large Hero 6. She's meeting us in the chocolate cave today"

Elsa said "Okay, but what's the chocolate cave?"

Anna said "I had Kai make it. It's based on the bat cave."

Anna and Elsa got on their costumes. Their costumes are inspired by Captain Underpants so they only wore underclothes, boots, and a cape.

20 minutes later Honey Lemon showed up. Honey wore the same super hero outfit that she wears in Big Hero 6.

Anna said "Welcome to my hideout. I'm Super Chocolate Lover."

Elsa nervously said "I'm Super Icicles."

Honey said "It's nice to meet you 2."

Anna said "Your costume is really cool."
Fan fiction by Windrises posted 27 days ago
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Notes: The characters and locations are owned by Disney.

Anna said "Elsa what's going on today?"

Elsa said "I have important business so I'll be gone today."

Anna said "This means I have nothing to do."

Elsa said "I'm sure you'll find something to do. Please don't eat too much chocolate."

After Elsa left Anna was bored. She felt like she had no reasons to do anything. She said "Well I'm sure that somewhere in my city there's crimes and Super Chocolate Lover will stop them." Anna put on her super hero costume and tried to find crimes. Her costume was based on Captain Underpants' costume so it didn't have pants or a shirt.

She said "If there's any crimes come to me. I'm Super Chocolate Lover." Citizens laughed at her.

Because Anna was wearing a mask that covered her eyes and hair Kristoff didn't recognize her. Anna said "Is there any crimes that I need to stop?"

Kristoff said "What you need is to wear a real outfit. A grown adult in the city dressed like a girl Captain Underpants with a ripoff Batman cape is foolish."
Article by 99148770 posted 29 days ago
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There are Comparisons between Disney Villains and Super Sentai Villains.


*Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty, 1959) - Witch Bandora (Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger, 1992) - Both are Evil Sorceresses with Horned Headdresses.
*Captain James Hook (Peter Pan, 1953) - Captain Zahab (Seijuu Sentai Gingaman, 1998) - Both are Vengeful Hook-Handed Pirate Captains, Who have Getting Revenge on Certain Protagonists, For Captain James Hook's Case is Peter Pan, and For Captain Zahab's Case is Gingaman.
*Mr. Smee (Peter Pan, 1953) - Bucrates (Seijuu Sentai Gingaman, 1998) - Both are Elderly Pirates, Who wears Glasses.
*Hades (Hercules, 1997) - Zylpheeza (Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoV, 1999) - Both are Underworld Demons.
*Ursula (The Little Mermaid, 1989) - Denus (Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoV, 1999) - Both are Aquatic-Themed Villainesses.
*Shenzi, Banzai and Ed (The Lion King, 1994) - Tsuetsue and Yabaiba (Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger, 2001) - All Five are Comic Relief Villains.
Review by mili915876 posted 1 month ago
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I think that everyone here loves Disney! Everyone here has a movie, character and personality they can relate to. Everyone has their favourite and least favourite character. And similarly, I do too. So here's my list:-

Least favourite characters:-

5. Tadashi: He is one of my favourite characters! He is so kind, caring and sweet. Sometimes, I do feel he's overrated, but that's because he didn't get to be in the movie for long. He' has leadership characteristics, and always guided his brother in the right path. He wanted to do something for the world, and there aren't many people like him.

4. Rapunzel: She is smart, she is kind, she is positive! What's not to like about her? Rapunzel has been through more hardships than most people. She has always wanted to live life to the fullest, and spreads happiness wherever she goes.

3. Violet: Although she's very withdrawn and introverted, violet is one of the most realistic characters in Disney. She is kind, brave, intelligent and willing to do anything for her family. And, her jokes are always spot-on.
Article by deedragongirl posted 1 month ago
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Disney's Psy???
Hi guys, I will write my favourite villains from the recent Disney film, Moana. Here they are!


He is such a groovy villain that during his song, I could not stop myself from dancing in the cinema hall! For strange reasons, he reminds me of Psy.

Te Ka

She is Te Fiti's alter ego, her appearance reminds me of Hexxus from Ferngully. Mainly because of her eyes and her mouth, but I prefer her better than Hexxus!


For once, they look pretty cute, in fact it was like Moana meets Pirates of the Caribbean! Oh the irony, I hope to adopt of them soon.

Who's Your Favourite?

Who are these 3 your favourites?
Opinion by Windrises posted 1 month ago
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Frozen is a really popular 2013 Disney animated film. The film has several characters including 4 antagonists. This is my review of the Frozen antagonists.

Prince Hans:

Prince Hans is from the Southern Isles. Hans is the main villain. He seems like a good person who loves Princess Anna, but he's actually a kingdom loving villain who's willing to kill people to get what he wants.

I think that Prince Hans shouldn't be the main villain. He was more charming and enjoyable when he was pretending to be a good person. However Hans is threatening and smart. Also his main costume is good looking.

The Duke of Weselton:

The Duke is a greedy person who strongly dislikes Queen Elsa. The Duke thinks that Elsa is the villain so he wants his henchmen to kill Elsa. The Duke is more comedic than Hans.

The Duke is my favorite Frozen character. I think that the Duke should be the film's main villain. The Duke is the film's most entertaining character. His goofiness is enjoyable. Also the Duke is a very cool and threatening villain.
Opinion by Windrises posted 1 month ago
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Alice is the protagonist of Alice in Wonderland. Disney has 2 different versions of Alice: the Alice from the animated film and the Alice from the live action films that had Johnny Depp.

The Disney Animated Alice Review:

Storyline: Alice is a female kid. She dreams that she's in a fictional place called Wonderland where she meets eccentric characters. Sadly this storyline isn't that interesting. She spends most of the film having conversations with the supporting characters. Although she is somewhat unique she gets kind of boring due to her not doing much more than reacting to the weird stuff that the supporting characters do.

Entertainment: Not much. She's more entertaining than most Disney girls, but she's kind of boring.

Coolness: She has a cool voice and somewhat cool personality. Plus she has a cat.

Looks: Her hair and costume look really cool.

The Disney Live Action Alice:

Storyline: Several people call this Alice bland which I don't agree with. This Alice is a young adult who is practically forced to marry a guy she doesn't love. However Alice stands up for herself and gets a...
Review by deedragongirl posted 2 months ago
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A Duo!
Hi guys, I had finally seen Zootopia just now and I am very happy that it won an Oscar for Best Animated Feature! So here is my review on the film.

The Story

My first impression on the story itself was so-so, because I thought it was going to like High School Musical in a non-musical version. But I like the story fast forward to Judy's training and she got promoted from being an ordinary police into a hero at the same time, maintaining her police status.
I will be covering on the characters later, but one thing I like about this film is about promoting Diversity. To which I will also be covering on that too later!

The Characters

The funny part is that Judy and Nick eerily reminds me of Anastasia (Anya) Romanov and Dmitri from the Don Bluth's 1997 Anastasia, mainly because both Nick and Dmitri are both Con Artists, they also help the main protagonists and get angry at themselves later in the film, only to reunite later.
Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 2 months ago
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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.

10. Honey Lemon- Big Hero 6

This, is the one I'm most ashamed of, and it's not even that I dislike her. Making a least favorite character list is so much harder than making a favorite character list- as you want to love characters.

Getting back on topic! I guess what puts her on this list is something I'm very shameful of. Ready for it? I really don't know why I put here on here. Something about her sets me off about her. She is very Rapunzel and Anna like, both of which are on my top ten list,...
Opinion by deedragongirl posted 2 months ago
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Hello Nadia!
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.

Good Idea!

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.

Not a Good Idea At All!

Okay, I just found out that she has a dark side, because she was suffering from Anorexia and allegedly attempted suicide. It would bring a bad image for a Disney film, unless Disney omits these facts.

Romanian Fans?

So, here are my thoughts and in my opinion, I personally think that Disney should make a movie about her, just for a change.
Article by deedragongirl posted 2 months ago
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The famous author.
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.

To Be or To Not Be?

Here are my personal thoughts on Shakespeare and have a good day everyone!
Opinion by deedragongirl posted 3 months ago
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Frozen All-Stars
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!


Secondly, the film can also be like the Care Bears Movie, in which they all gather together to help the main protagonist(s) with their family problems and/ or to overcome their fears.
Otherwise, they could make it like the High School Musical trilogy. But an even better version than the HSM trilogy though!
Review by deedragongirl posted 3 months ago
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Lovely Poster.
Hi guys, I'm going to write a review about the 2012 remake of Tim Burton's Frankenweenie.

The Story

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!

My Favourite Characters

It would be Victor, Elsa and the dog, especially the latter because I'm a dog lover.

Movie Connections

The raiding reminds of the Mob Song from Beauty and the Beast, the only difference is that the bad guy was not killed in the end.
The film also has some connections with the Frankenstein films like The Bride of Frankenstein where the couple kiss.
News by snowflakerose posted 3 months ago
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Mickey Mouse-Slytherin
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 late 2015 to mid 2016. I couldn't see any new posts from sortingdisney. I tried to message sortingdisney about their next sortings, but they couldn't receive my messages. I sighed. But I reblogged their posts to keep them for memories.
List by deedragongirl posted 3 months ago
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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!

2. Giselle

I had seen this ballet last month with a local Ipoh Ballet School did this show, the story is very sad but I love Disney will take the challenge to do the ballet like what they did with Pocahontas, especially the ending.

3. Swan Lake

I had written about this ballet on the Disney Princess fanpop site as to whether or not Disney should adapt this ballet, like what Richard Rich did in 1994 under the name as The Swan Princess. Some ballet companies have happy ending whereas others have sad ending, I have no problem if Disney were to make their version of the story!
Review by OnceUponASptmbr posted 3 months ago
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(Our instructor also asked us to include the lyrics of one song and focus upon one character's conflict in particular.)


(Disney’s Adaptation)

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
While you're standing here stuck
On the steps of the palace.
All right, what do you want?
Have to make a decision.
Why not stay and be caught?
Should I give that a thought?
What would be his response?
But then, what if he knew
Who I am when I know
That I'm not what he thinks
That he wants?
Or, then, what if I am?
What a Prince would envision?
But then how can you know
Who you are till you know
What you want, which I don't?
Review by OnceUponASptmbr posted 3 months ago
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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.

Once Pete narrowly evaded the Gogans’ clutches with the help of his only friend, Elliott, the pair stumbled upon the quaint fishing village of Passamaquoddy, Maine. In an effort not to attract undesirable attention from these strangers, Pete advised Elliott to turn himself invisible, but his plan backfired since Elliott unintentionally dismantled the neighbor’s fence and the townhouse’s staircase, broke many glasses of milk and cartons of eggs, scared a carriage horse, snared a schoolteacher’s petticoat, etc. due to his large size. The outraged townspeople blamed Pete for these occurrences and, almost as soon as they entered this...
Opinion by deedragongirl posted 3 months ago
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I love this poster, don't you?
Hi guys, I had watch both versions of this timeless classic and here are my review, opinions and comparisons on both films.

The Story-Line

Both films are faithful towards the original story by J.M. Barrie, the 2003 version has scenes especially with the Darling brothers. The part where they chanted 'I do believe in Fairies!' is really catchy, and I wish that it was part of the 1953 version too!
The only difference is that at the end, the Darling parents adopted the Lost Boys in the 2003 version. It was also sad that Wendy never saw Peter ever again! (2003 Version)

The Characters

I absolutely adore Captain Hook in the 1953 version, he has some sense of humour, especially with Mr Smee! In the 2003 version, he does not have any sense of humour and I absolutely adore how Jason Isaac portrayed him. In fact, I keep thinking of him as Lucius Malfoy!
Peter Pan in the 2003 version is more calm and is devastated that Tinker Bell had died, prompting the famous chant!
Opinion by 99148770 posted 4 months ago
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There are some Comparisons and Differences between Fantasmic from Disneyland California and Fantasmic from Walt Disney World in Florida.

*The Jungle Book/The Lion King Segment - In the California Version has got the 1967 Version of The Jungle Book, featuring Kaa and King Louie, But the Florida Version has got the 1994 Version of The Lion King, featuring Rafiki.

*The Pink Elephants and Pinocchio's Puppet Show/Floating Bubbles Segment - In the California Version has got The Pink Elephants from the 1941 Version of Dumbo and The Puppet Show from the 1940 Version of Pinocchio, But the Florida Version has got The Floating Bubbles Clip Shows of Disney Animated Canon Movies.

*The Peter Pan/Pocahontas Segment - In the California Version has got the 1953 Version of Peter Pan, featuring Peter Pan, Wendy Darling, Captain James Hook, Mr. Smee, The Pirate Crew and Tick-Tock The Crocodile, On the Plus Side, The Fight Scene is on the Sailing Ship of Columbia and the Mood of this Scene is very Light-Hearted, Funny, Hilarious, it has more Dialogue, it's makes me laugh and more Exciting, But the Florida Version has got the 1995 Version of Pocahontas, Featuring...
Opinion by 99148770 posted 4 months ago
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There are Five Options, Love, Like, Neutral, Dislike or Hate.

*The Evil Queen Grimhilde (Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, 1937) - Like
*Lady Tremaine (Cinderella, 1950) - Dislike
*The Queen Of Hearts (Alice In Wonderland, 1951) - Hate
*Captain James Hook (Peter Pan, 1953) - Love
*Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty, 1959) - Love
*Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians, 1961) - Dislike
*Madam Mim (The Sword In The Stone, 1963) - Neutral
*Shere Khan (The Jungle Book, 1967) - Love
*Prince John (Robin Hood, 1973) - Dislike
*Madame Medusa (The Rescuers, 1977) - Neutral
*The Horned King (The Black Cauldron, 1985) - Neutral
*Professor Padraic Ratigan (The Great Mouse Detective, 1986) - Like
*Ursula (The Little Mermaid, 1989) - Love
*Gaston LeGume (Beauty and The Beast, 1991) - Hate
*Jafar (Aladdin, 1992) - Love
*Scar (The Lion King, 1994) - Love
*Governor John Ratcliffe (Pocahontas, 1995) - Hate
Opinion by disnerdtobe posted 4 months ago
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It irritates me to no end when people think Disney is just for kids. Walt himself intended for his movies to be for adults and kids alike. It’s why he invested so much quality and effort into his movies, because he knew he had to please the adults, not just produce cheap entertainment to temporarily satisfy the kids. He wanted his movies to be timeless. Keep in mind that his movies are appropriate enough for kids to watch (family movies). It’s just that they’re not meant exclusively for kids.

A lot of people think that in order for a “kids” movie to be adult enough, it has to have deep, adult messages. Well I can’t tell you how many live-action, “adult” movies I’ve seen that have no deep messages whatsoever, but are deemed mature enough just because they have a lot of guns and/or sex and are not animated. It also depends what you mean by a deep message.

To me, a deep message would be timeless. Walt Disney said, “I want my entertainment to educate, not my education to entertain.” Movies like Mean Girls are exactly education that tries to entertain, which is why I find them overrated. Meanwhile, Walt Disney’s movies add education to...