Welcome everyone to my first Disney countdown article. I was debating on whether to do one of these, and then debating again on which site to put it on, but after much inner war, Fanpop was decided upon. The inspiration for this countdown came from a few other lists I had looked at regarding other fandoms' adorable characters (not quite babies).
Now, I have been on this site for ... a long time, and I realize that everyone is passionate about what they like. That being said, I am also aware that some nasty comments could come out of that. Obviously my #1 may not be yours and your #15 may not...
I do give myself very good advice, I just very seldom follow it
The little girl from the classic cartoon we all know and love. Alice looks like a mini version of Cinderella to me, she's really cute. The reason she got so low on my list is because she's just....cute, not beautiful.
No man is worth the aggravation- That's ancient history! Been there, done that
Meg's really pretty in a unique, cartoony way. She has big violet eyes, and thick brown chocolate curls. She has a very unrealistic waistline, which is a con, but that doesn't distract fully from her beauty.
This list is only about Disney villains who turned up in animated full-length feature. No Pixar, no package movies and no half-animated movies. I also only included villains, who definitly are villains, not those who turned good at the end of the movie (like Amos Slate) or those which are mostly just slightly jerky characters (like the characters of Dumbo or the Siamese cats).
It should be obvious why this motivation is at the bottom on the list. Lazy villains don’t really provide much action because they are…well, too lazy to do much. So it’s no wonder that the only...
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....
Alright,as you may all know back in December I made my "Getting to know Renegade1765" article,but as time went by,I became pretty unsatisfied with the article,so I'm making this article as a updated version of it because most of my articles are great,but that one is the one that I'm not very satisfied with. First of all,I will be very honest this time and I will go into more detail about myself. Second,I will explain "My Origins","My Personality","My Fears","My Likes",My Lists","My Dislikes" and "My Dreams". Third,everything in this new article is 100% true,I didn't make this up,I'm telling...