haterz will claim Let It Go was furthering the gay agenda, rlly I was just talking about my powers lol it ain't that deep
But was the world "ready" for women to vote when they were allowed to vote with the nineteenth amendment? Was the world "ready" for school integration in Brown v. Board? Was the world "ready" to legalize gay marriage when it did? (Sorry I'm basing this all off of American examples, as I am American and I know a large portion of this site is) The answer to all of those questions is, if you define ready as an overwhelming support, no. But that didn't stop them from happening, and in my opinion it shouldn't stop this either.
The world is never going to be "ready" for change. It's simply impossible...
My opinions change every few years. One thing that hasn't changed yet is the top three. I can switch them around but no other princess has become apart of the trio and none of the trio have fallen to 4th place or lower. This isn't just about DP fashion, character personalities and my personal favourites. It's about relation. If a particular style is similar to my own comfort zone, type of clothing, clothing colours, etc. I will comment on it. Enjoy!
I like celtic dresses and celtic flower designs. They're very pleasing to the eye. But I prefer purple and red dresses. Merida's Princess...
Hello everyone. I'm just boring and suddenly I've got an idea to wrote my list of prettiest Disney Princesses. All of the Princesses have their own typical of beauty. But for sure I have some of favorites. Anyway, here's my prettiest DP list:
13. Snow White
Why her? She's the fairest of them all! Yes, she's the fairest of them all. But for me she is more tend to cute than pretty. I don't really like the shapes of her small-sized brown eyes and her nose. Her face overally looks like porcelain doll. In fact, she can be pretty but I'm just not a fan of her animation styles. Her looks in DP...
Who do you choose? Live-action reboot or Animated???
So, since Disney has release 2 live-action reboots of their Disney classic animated feature. Here is what I think about which movie is better, as well as their animated counterparts.
Cinderella (1950 & 2015)
I would definitely go for the live-action version, as mentioned in my previous articles. Ella has more personality compare to her animated counterpart, and of course, less screen-time for the mice. However, no Bruno the dog! Also, no songs in it. I wish it was, but on the other hand, the producers and Kenneth Brannagh didn't want the movie to be to close to its original 1950 animated...