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Opinion by WinterSpirit809 posted 1 day 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...
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 9 days 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.
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Article by deedragongirl posted 15 days 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!
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 1 month 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!

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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!
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Review by deedragongirl posted 1 month 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.
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News by snowflakerose posted 1 month 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.
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List by deedragongirl posted 1 month ago
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The moment!
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!
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Review by OnceUponASptmbr posted 1 month 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.)

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(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
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Review by OnceUponASptmbr posted 1 month 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...
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Opinion by deedragongirl posted 1 month 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!
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Opinion by 99148770 posted 1 month 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,...
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Opinion by 99148770 posted 1 month 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
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Opinion by disnerdtobe posted 2 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...
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Opinion by scarletunicorn posted 2 months ago
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These kind of articles are kinda passeé, but there's never anything wrong to do them once in a while. I'm excited for Moana, the songs, the characters sound so charming, and it feels like a genuine classic Disney film of the 90s, very similar to Aladdin, which would make me happy.

So without further ado, here are my favorites.

10- Alice in Wonderland- It's so original, and I feel it's the only Alice in Wonderland adaptation that isn't a borefest. I think the captured of the book well, and it really helps how they showed the story in a more "visual" sense, while the book obviously relied more on language to describe the "wonder" of it all.

9- Hercules- I love it! Probably my favorite of the post Lion King films. I love all the winks and nods they make to the original greek myths, and the characters are really likable- Hades is charming, Hercules and Meg is my favorite Disney girl bar none. I just love how an overall simple woman had a lot of power and drove the story along, comparing she struggled against a cast of gods and demigods. The music is also really catchy.
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Article by SentinelPrime89 posted 2 months ago
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Best of Friends

When you're the best of friends
Having so much fun together
You're not even aware, you're such a funny pair
You're the best of friends

Life's a happy game
You could clown around forever
Neither one of you sees, your natural boundaries
Life's one happy game

If only the world wouldn't get in the way
If only people would just let you play
They say you're both being fools
You're breaking all the rules
They can't understand, the magic of your wonderland

When you're the best of friends
Sharing all that you discover
When that moment has past, will that friendship last?
Who can say? There's a way!
Oh I hope... I hope it never ends
'Cause you're the best of friends



Goodbye May Seem Forever

We met, it seems, such a short time ago
You looked at me - needing me so
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Opinion by MaidofOrleans posted 2 months ago
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I wrote up this list a while ago and I thought I'd post it here. Hope you enjoy it!

10. WALL-E - I'm pretty sure that this was the first CG movie Disney put out that I really fell in love with. The characters are just so endearing, and the message is wonderful, if a little heavy handed.



9. Mulan - I hated this movie as a kid for some reason, not sure why, but now I love it! Mulan is amazing and the action sequences and animation are phenomenal. My one issue with it is that Mushu feels very out of place to me, and he distracts me from the rest of the film.



8. Atlantis: The Lost Empire - This is a pretty unpopular opinion, but I'm a big fan of this movie. It's a lot darker than most of what Disney puts out (although not as dark as Hunchback), and I really enjoy that. It has not one but two amazing villains, and surprisingly good voice acting as well. It's not quite as polished as most of the rest of these films though.
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Review by deedragongirl posted 3 months ago
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My favourite poster, don't you agree?
Hi guys, I am going to be writing an underrated version of Disney's The Jungle Book, a live action version of the 1967 original classic. This was the first live action version that I grew up with along the 1967 animated feature, are you ready?

The Story

Like the 1967 version, some of the characters still retain their names like Mowgli and Baloo, just to name a few like in the original novel. However, unlike the 1967 animated movie, the animals in this version don't talk and dramatic suspense too.
2 characters from Rudyard Kipling's story of the same name are feature in this movie. I guess that they want to be slightly faithful towards its original novel as well as dramatising the story a little!

The Characters

Okay, I was very impressed that they kept the names from the novel and the 1967 version as mentioned, when Kitty appears on screen. The movie eerily reminds me of Tarzan, mainly due to the fact that Mowgli is an adult in a contrast to his animated counterpart!
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Opinion by Windrises posted 4 months ago
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Princess Anna and Queen Elsa were at a far away city to do royal business at the city's kingdom.

Princess Anna said "We got lots of work done."

Queen Elsa said "That's for sure."

The Duke of Weselton was at the city too. The Duke said "The kingdom wouldn't let me be their trading partner. This trip was a waste of money." The Duke saw Anna and Elsa. The Duke said "My 2 rivals are here. I'm going to prank them." The Duke noticed a beehive. The Duke quickly put honey on Anna and Elsa's pants so the bees would come after the 2 girls.

Anna said "Oh no."

Elsa said "What's wrong?"

Anna said "Bees are after us."

Elsa said "Why?"

Anna said "We have honey on our pants."

Elsa said "I saw The Duke of Weselton walk near us. I think he put honey on our pants."

Anna said "That Duke is sneaky."

Elsa said "We gotta get the bees to stop coming after us."
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Opinion by Windrises posted 4 months ago
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Princess Anna and Queen Elsa traveled to a far away kingdom called Ghibli. Since Elsa's trade business with Weselton didn't work out so well Elsa was trying to make trade business with a different kingdom. Elsa said "Try to be on your best behavior Anna."

Anna said "I'll try, but no promises."

Anna and Elsa went to the kingdom. Elsa said "There's the king."

Anna said "He's got a silly looking beard."

The King of Ghibli said "Can I help you?"

Elsa said "I'm Queen Elsa of Arendelle and this is my sister, Princess Anna. I was hoping your kingdom can be our new trading partner."

The King said "I don't think so."

Anna said "Why not?"

The King said "1 of my other trading partners warned me about you."

Anna said "Who?"

The Duke of Weselton said "Me."

Anna said "Oh no. It's The Duke of Weasaltown."

The Duke screamed "It's Weselton!".
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Opinion by Angelica_AW posted 5 months ago
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A few hours ago on the Disney Princess club I post an article similar to this one for the, well, Disney Princesses. XD I decided to then do one for Disney Heroines. So enjoy! :)

Jane Porter
Hair; Jane's hair is pretty... It makes me think of Belle's hair done right. I like two of her hair styles but my faourite is when her link. I love how it moves.
Outfit; My favourite outfit of Jane's is her link. The colours themselves are kinda plain, but they look really comfortable and the design is nice.

Kida
Hair; For most of the movie Kida wears her hair in one style, the only time it changes is when she's wearing her queen dress. Still, this is fine by me, because I prefer her link compare to the other one. Though.... that little section of hair in the ponytai is a bit weird looking.
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Article by deedragongirl posted 5 months ago
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The Lion King
Hi everyone, this is my second article about The Lion King. Only this time, I'm going to comparing to another non-Disney movie called The Land Before Time. Are you ready?

The Land Before Time

While watching this movie after so many years, there was a character name Rooter, who ironically is the narrator of the movie. Actually told Littlefoot about the great Circle of Life shortly after the tragic passing of his mother, I thought for a moment that the Lion King stole this line! But I guess that I was wrong in the end.
Littlefoot's relationship with his mother and grandparents are like those of Simba and Mufasa, the latter's death is also very tragic like Littlefoot's mother's death in the midst of a disaster. The only difference is that Mufasa was killed by his brother, Scar during the stampede. While Littlefoot's mother was killed by Sharptooth during an earthquake.

The Lion King

To be honest, I was really sure whether the filmmakers had watched The Land Before Time for inspiration. But I guess they also tried to promote The Circle of Life theme in this movie, and I guess maybe did look up to the...
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Opinion by 99148770 posted 6 months ago
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This is the list of from the hottest to the ugliest Male Disney Villains.

*1. Prince Hans (Frozen, 2013) - Because He is Good-Looking, Charming and Sophisticated Male Villain from Frozen.
*2. Dr. Facilier (The Princess and The Frog, 2009)
*3. Captain James Hook (Peter Pan, 1953)
*4. Hades (Hercules, 1997)
*5. Jafar (Aladdin, 1992)
*6. Judge Claude Frollo (The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, 1996)
*7. Gaston LeGume (Beauty and The Beast, 1991)
*8. Shan-Yu (Mulan, 1998)
*9. Clayton (Tarzan, 1999)
*10. King Candy/Turbo (Wreck-It Ralph, 2012)
*11. Stromboli (Pinocchio, 1940)
*12. Alameda Slim (Home On The Range, 2004)
*13. Governor John Ratcliffe (Pocahontas, 1995) - Because He is a Greedy, Racist Jerk to the Native Americans.
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Opinion by 99148770 posted 6 months ago
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The is the list of from the Hottest to the Ugliest Female Disney Villains

*1. Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty, 1959) - Because She is Beautiful and Good-Looking Villainess of Disney Animated Canon.
*2. Mother Gothel (Tangled, 2010)
*3. The Evil Queen Grimhilde (Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, 1937)
*4. Ursula (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
*5. Lady Tremaine (Cinderella, 1950)
*6. Yzma (The Emperor's New Groove, 2000)
*7. Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians, 1961)
*8. Madame Medusa (The Rescuers, 1977)
*9. Madam Mim (The Sword In The Stone, 1963)
*10. The Queen Of Hearts (Alice In Wonderland, 1951) - Because She is Ugly, Pompous, Bad-Tempered Old Tyrant.
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Guide by deedragongirl posted 6 months ago
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Quasimodo
Hi guys, since I had compare the Phantom of the Opera with Beauty and the Beast earlier on. Here is my comparison on other Disney classic, the Hunchback of Notre Dame. Are you ready?

The Phantom of the Opera

Okay, as you know that that both stories are also set in France. It deals with 2 physically deformed title characters, however unlike Quasimodo, the Phantom (Erik in the original novel) is actually a madman and his obsessive love for Christine who seeks refuge at the Opera House in Paris.
Speaking of poor Erik, he was a combo of Frollo and Quasimodo until the end when Erik felt remorse. Despite that his love for Christine Daae!

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The story is the centre a love square between Esmeralda, Quasimodo, Pheobus and Frollo. So, you will definitely be surprise by this after seeing and read both stories!
As mentioned previously, Frollo reminds me a lot of Erik due to their lust and being labelled as a madman. The latter did have some sympathies because he lacks love because of his deformity, like Quasimodo due to the fact that they are hermits.
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Review by 99148770 posted 7 months ago
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This is the part 2 of Disney Vs Disney, But this time is Alice In Wonderland Vs Peter Pan.

*Best Protagonist: Alice (Alice In Wonderland), Because She is more Kind-Hearted, Polite and Mature than Peter Pan.

*Best Antagonist: Captain James Hook (Peter Pan), Because He is Hilarious, Suave, Charismatic and He has a very Good Reason to get revenge on this Arch-Nemesis than The Queen Of Hearts.

*Best Location: Neverland (Peter Pan), Because it is a beautiful Tropical Island, and it is better than the crazy Cloudcuckooland called Wonderland.

*Best Song: The Unbirthday Song (Alice In Wonderland)

*Best Story: Peter Pan
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