Javier Williams

Fanpopping since December 2011

  • Male, 24 years old
  • Spanish Town, Jamaica
  • Favorite TV Show: MMPR
    Favorite Movie: Disney Movies
    Favorite Musician: TLC, S Club 7
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JNTA1234 said about Disney Princess
I've adding up the results so far the princess ans lists and I'm dying for the deadline, even if not that many people participate, because there's something interesting placements here. Posted 2 hours ago
JNTA1234 said about Disney Princess
A lot of people, including myself, have labelled previous princesses "unoriginal", "perfect", "self insert".etc. I'd like to formally apologize to Rapunzel, Merida etc. because no princess exemplifies these terms more than Moana in my opinion. She is the most "cookie cutter" interchangeable uninspiring Disney protagonist since Simba from the Lion King. Posted 3 days ago
disnerdtobe commented…
whaaaat don't hate on simba :'( 3 days ago
BB2010 commented…
I still like her though 2 days ago
simrananime commented…
Moana was a fanservice. I might be the only one but I don't care about anyone from Lion King except Timon and Pumbaa xD 2 days ago
JNTA1234 said about Disney Princess
I still have some lingering thoughts that I kinda forgot to put in the last article I wrote, so at the risk of sounding like a broken record, I'm gonna ramble a little bit. This YouTuber Ralph the movie maker once said "there's a difference between a convention and a cliche", conventions are like fight scenes in superhero movies or romances in princess movies. Cliches are plot devices like the "love interest gets kidnapped", just having a love interest at all is not a cliche. Posted 11 days ago
JNTA1234 commented…
So you're not subverting or reinventing a cliche or trope by just not having these things, again, Brave and Moana. Speaking of superhero movies, has it ever occurred to anyone that 90% of those films have romance subplots? Iron Man, Superman, Thor, Spiderman, Batman had one or multiple love interests throughout their incarnations. And again, male Disney leads like Simba, Hercules and Tarzan have them too. Why should female films be held to a different standard? 11 days ago
BB2010 commented…
And as much as I love Frozen that movie had so many flaws. The surprise villain, the sudden revelation that love was supposed to fix everything, Anna and Kristoff’s rushed romance, and despite the fact this movie is somehow supposed to be about sister love, we barely got to see Elsa and Anna together. That’s why I’m crossing all my fingers that Frozen 2 will be better 10 days ago
wavesurf commented…
@BB2010: So...you can at least see some of why I don't love/ lost interest in the Revival era, after repeat ventures where I was "trying to care" and ended up feeling disappointed and cheated by the experience. I'm fine with Wonder Woman. I adore her. Captain Marvel will never beat Wonder Woman for me, and it's probably because Diana Prince commands respect and holds her own. The other heroines I've named in my prior post also hold their own. In my opinion, Merida didn't do that much, Moana didn't do that much, Elsa didn't do that at all, and I don't want to stick around for Frozen 2. Disney already "promised me stuff" five times before now ( even with Star Wars), and only semi-delivered on that promise with Tangled. Flaws aside, my discontent is really a mixture between fans viciously attacking me for my dislikes, and feeling like Disney is producing movies that are only half-formed. Then people expect me to cheer and place them at the top of my list. That's not happening. 10 days ago