Hello everybody, I just wanted to inform that this article is completely my personal option. There is absolutely no need to have a hissy fit if my opinion doesn’t conform to yours. Feel free to comment what your own ranking is if you wish. Anyways, let’s get on with this ranking.
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Merida is one of the most hideous animated females ever. She just screams ugly, unfeminine and manliness. She is the epitome of what’s wrong with strong female characters (or just females in general). Her head shape is hideous and makes her look...
Hi! I'm a huge fan of Rick Riordan's books, and I thought this would be an interesting idea! First of all, let me explain you a bit: there are 20 cabins in Camp Half-Blood, each of them belongs to a god, and their demigod children live in their respective cabins. For example, Percy Jackson belongs in Cabin #3 because he's a son of Poseidon, and Annabeth Chase belongs to Cabin #6 since her mother is Athena. The 20 cabins are: #1 – Zeus (king of the gods) #2 – Hera (goddess of marriage and fidelity) #3 – Poseidon (god of the sea) #4 – Demeter (goddess of nature) #5 – Ares (god of war) #6 –...
Cinderella (2015) is a masterpiece and my favorite live action remake of a Disney princess movie for many reasons, and one of them is how smoothly elements of other Disney films are implemented into the story.
Cinderella already shared similarities with the original Sleeping Beauty and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs animated movies before becoming a live action remake.
Cinderella had an evil step mother and was treated like a servant in her own home just like Snow White was. Cinderella longed to be free to make her own choices just like Aurora in Sleeping Beauty.
The infamous line that annoys a lot of Disney fans, including myself. I felt like I should just give an FYI as to why exactly this whole "thing" in Frozen bothers me, because I think some people are unclear. Plus, I felt like writing an article, so why not?
1. Anna's motivation is pulled out of nowhere. In writing, there's the thing called set up and payoff. Throughout the whole first sequence of the film, which is essentially Anna's entire childhood, not one instance indicates that Anna would be a romantic. Her motivation is so specific, bizarre and contrived. I know some people are like "it...