I njoyed Frozen. Olaf-the-Snowman annoyed me, and I wish they’d established Elsa and Anna’s relationship a little more in the beginning, but it was pretty fantastic.
What really made the movie for me though, was what defined true love. Good job, Disney.
— Or rather, she is now number 3 of my favourite Disney Princesses of all time. (Numbers 1 and 2 being Jasmine and Ariel respectively with an honerable mention going to Charlotte from the Princess and the Frog)
Now, because I’ve already posted my review of Tangled on another blog (shameless plug: my Tangled review on Da Couch Tomato) and posting another review here would be redundant, I will instead gush over how much I love Rapunzel.
I really, really like Rapunzel. She has the most adorable overbite, she’s awkward and clumsy and dorky, and she paints!
Plus she has a fondness for cold-blooded cutie-pies.
It’s no secret I’m a Disney whore, but after Tangled, I am more excited than ever to see what they come up with next.
I was ecstatic when I found out Disney was going back to its roots and doing a traditionally animated fairytale again. Then when I found out it was going to be a modern re-telling and that Tiana turns into a frog herself after kissing one, I was skeptic.
Plus Prince Naveen kinda looks like a douchebag.
But I was wrong. (Well partly, Naveen was still a douche at the beginning, but he turned out all right in the end. Haha) The Princess and the Frog was a joy to watch and they brought back a lot of the old gags they used in their old fairytale movies, which was awesome. I was never really a huge fan of completely CG cartoons so I loved the return to the hand drawn style. Most of all, I really missed these Disney musicals where people just randomly burst out in song and start dancing.
I leave you now with Louie the gator. He’s such a cutie pie.