Cinderella: What is your shoe size?
Sleeping Beauty: How many hours do you sleep each night?
Little Red Riding Hood: What is your favourite food?
The Frog prince: What do you find disgusting?
Jack and the Beanstalk: What plants are in your room?
Puss in Boots: Do you have a pet? Do you want one?
Rumpelstiltskin: What is the meaning of your url?
The little Mermaid: Can you sing?
Bluebeard: Name one character flaw!
Pinocchio: What is your greatest wish?
Peter Pan: What is your (mental) age?
The Star Money: What is your most prized possesion?
ARE PEOPLE SERIOUSLY PULLING THE “OH HERE WE GO AGAIN ATTRACTIVE BLONDE WHITE PROTAGONISTS IN A DISNEY MOVIE” CARD
FROZEN IS BASED ON THE SNOW QUEEN, A STORY WHICH ORIGINATES FROM SCANDINAVIA
NATIVE SCANDINAVIAN PEOPLE ARE WHITE AND BLONDE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
DO NOT DRAG YOUR SOCIAL JUSTICE BULLCRAP INTO MY DISNEY
Disney’s Frozen, which hits our screens next year, stars Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel (or their voices, both spoken and singing) in a mythical tale of two sisters. Kind-hearted Anna (Bell) will have to go on a dangerous quest to track down frostier Elsa (Menzel), who is causing their land to suffer through a perpetual winter. Anna sets out with cliffhanging adventurer Kristoff (Jonathan Groff had been rumoured for his voice, but Disney has not confirmed his involvement) on a dangerous mission in the chilly, Scandinavian-inspired landscape. [x]
So… Tangled meets The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Cool?
You know what’s truly sickening about this particular scene? This dress (before the mice gave it a makeover) originally belonged to her deceased mother. Cinderella hardly has any personal possessions due to the greed of her stepmother and stepsisters. So, I assume that this dress meant quite a lot to her as a reminder of a simpler and happier time in her life. It symbolizes a fresh start and a chance at a better life for her. It must have been traumatizing to see her dreams just destroyed, literally ripped from her, torn to shreds. Not to mention, they verbally abuse her calling her a “thief” and a “kitchen wench”. In the end when Cinderella is standing alone in rags, it’s animated so beautifully because you can feel this weight and this sense of hopelessness. Cinderella’s a girl who even said herself that no one could take away her dreams. But in this scene, you can see she’s giving up.
That’s why it is so important that Cinderella gets her happily ever after. Her Fairy Godmother is a symbol of faith and perseverance in hard times. After all, “Even miracles take a little time.”
I think it’s starting to hit that I’m a senior now. Or whatever odd transition summer is that Ramona Quimby used to talk about. I am starting to feel so many transitions and things that make me feel like I’m older. And trust me, I am very happy that this is happening! As long as I can keep my childish self alive through things like Disney, stuffed animals, and my nephew, I think I’ll have a pleasant time transitioning into adulthood. I am ready for whatever this year has to offer me, and will take everything with a smile.