Tangled is my favorite Disney movie for many reasons besides the wonderful storyline and beautiful imagery. I really relate to Rapunzel in so many ways. I try to be optimistic and see the beauty in the small things in life. I try to stay hopeful and occupy my time with many hobbies. I have so many interests and love learning about them and learning about the world and other cultures. We also share physical features, brown hair and green eyes, and prefer walking outside barefoot. I also have some German heritage, so I relate to her that way as well.
In all my years on Fanpop, I've never written an in-depth article about Ariel. Probably because she's already so thoroughly discussed. Plus, both her fans and critics are a little...over the top, to put it mildly. I always feel like I'm one of the few people who have Ariel as more of a "middle" princess on their list, so in a way, I kind of feel like I'm well suited for this type of article.
Now, I don't really agree with judging the princesses solely on the basis of whether or not they're good role models. Especially considering these standards don't seem to exist for other...
Like I said the princess list, this just a preview of how well Moana does if or when she joins the lineup, so it's a smaller pool of users, no quotes from users and no extravagant pics. Without further ado, let's get to it.
12. Brave-196 points
Fanpop is not very kind to this film at all, much like its princess. Pixar made a very halfassed attempt at writing a Disney Princess movie and strangely, it doesn't feel like a Disney film or a Pixar film. Some may even compare it to early 2000s Dreamworks. (read: Shrek) People also find this movie...
While it hasn't been confirmed, various clues have pointed to Moana eventually joining the Disney Princess lineup. This process only involved 20+ users, which I think is a good thing, we'll save the BIG survey for after Moana's official coronation. That's why I didn't ask for comments or use fancy pics. Since the pool of users is so small, I wouldn't say these results are absolute and concrete. This is just a small preview of where Moana as well as the other princesses stand.
This idea just kinda popped into my head. Basically as the title suggests, we take a scenario from a DP movie and analyze how the other princesses would behave or react in that situation. Today, our scenario is...
Entering the West Wing
Belle is considered by many to be one of the "good girls" of the DP lineup but she does have a bit of mischievous side and that shines through when her curiosity gets the better of her and she disobeys the Beast's direct orders to stay out of the castle's west wing.
Some people say he's forgettable but I think people automatically dismiss him just because he's not dramatic, theatrical and "hammy" like other Disney villains. I personally think he's pretty badass and ruthless.
Shan Yu is actually kind of similar to Mulan in that while everyone agrees that they both do remarkable things, some people think their personalities are on the boring side but I think it's unfair to dismiss any princess who isn't overtly dreamy, bubbly or feisty in some way (Mulan) and any villain who isn't over the top and in your face (Shan Yu) as boring. There are...
I'm on a villain appreciation kick right now and since the blatant drainage of all charisma from his character in the remake is still fresh in my memory I figured I give Gaston some props. Some people would call a lame villain but I actually think he's really cool and these are some reasons why.
He's Hans from Frozen done right. Subversion of Disney trends is the name of the game in modern DP films, but like I've been saying, Disney Princess movies have been subverting and reinventing themselves before Disney Princess even became a brand. In the Little Mermaid, the princess...
The five lands within the magic kingdom have managed to live in relative harmony for centuries. However, that peace is about to be broken as the spell keeping the villains barred off from the rest of the kingdoms is beginning to fade.
I just finished watching Tau, a sci-fi/semi horror film on Netflix and...wow the synopsis Netflix used did NOT do it justice. The movie is about a woman who is kidnapped from her home by a sociopathic scientist who is running tests on her and he keeps her prisoner in his house where he has his AI, Tau, keeping an eye on her when he's not home and the woman and the AI actually become close when she teaches the AI about the outside world. It starts off pretty slow but it's soooo good!
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