If you don’t like Disney, please leave here now. Who in their right mind doesn’t like Disney? We’ll, we sure as hell do! So, obviously, we have written a lot about Disney over the years. We might have even written some (if not all) of these articles with Disney soundtracks on in the background. No, we are never doing video’s with our singing voices. So you’ll just have to make do with all of these Disney articles by our hands.
~ Film reviews ~
As you’ll find out below, we loooove Beauty and the Beast and we wrote quite some articles about this live action remake of the classic animation. But first, here’s our film review.
Coco is a Pixar film about the 12-year-old boy Miguel Rivera who is accidentally transported to the land of the dead, where he seeks the help of his deceased musician great-great-grandfather to return him to his family among the living.
Finding Dory is, ofcourse, the sequel to Finding Nemo. But this time around, the story revolves around everyone’s favorite blue fish with short term memory loss. Dory is voiced by Ellen DeGeneres.
In a line of films about strong women, Moana is the latest. This Disney Princess is a tough cookie. She sails the ocean looking for the heart of the goddess Te Fiti, to save her people and all living things.
~ Film specials ~
Following the stream of live action remakes, Mulan is next in line. But (almost as usual by now) there are controversies surrounding this new adaptation. Read for yourselves what is wrong.
Disney decided not to give A Wrinkle in Time a worldwide theatrical release. This is the base for this article about why some big productions don’t get wide releases when they should.
It’s the merge of the century: Disney bought fellow filmstudio 20th Century Fox. This could mean that the X-Men can finally make an appearance in the MCU, and many other things.
Disney knows it has gold in it’s hands by making live action versions of pretty much all their animated films. Which not yet adapted classics should be turned into a live action version?
Disney has a lot of kick-ass heroines. From Anna to Belle, from Moana to Jasmine: these are no damsels in distress. Even better: the last couple of years the princesses are even made tougher than before.
While the story of Beauty & the Beast does contain elements which can be attributed to the Stockholm syndrome, we wondered if the story is truly about this syndrome.
We love quizzes! This actually is the very first quiz we ever made here! Take this Disney quiz to find out which underrated Disney song is your theme song. You might be surprised by the outcome!
When the first trailer for the live action Beauty and the Beast film dropped, we did what we sometimes do with brand new trailers: give our honest reaction to it.
The same as with the trailer, we posted these magical posters. Disney did something new with the character posters, as they are all slightly animated. So cool!
~ Personal stories ~
Perhaps this is the most important Disney related article we have ever written. Disney is for all ages and we’ll keep loving Disney forever and ever. See what reasons we have here.
As an avid Disney fan, Ingrid has been to Disneyland Paris more than once. This time around, she picked up her camera for a fun photo blog about this great theme park.
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There are two stories/books in this overview which are based on The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Anderson, which of course was also the inspiration for the classic animated film. Maybe you’ll like these books!
This book tells the story about the Queen of Hearts and how she got to be who she now is. Disney scored with Alice in Wonderland so this film could be seen as inspiration, together with the original novels.
Todrick is an incredible performer and is widely known for his Disney-style videos, like Spell Block Tango, which features some of Disney’s most beloved villains, confessing to their crimes.
There she is again: our beloved Alice. She’s one of the pop culture girls who rule our world. The Disney film plays a big part in that, but there’s much more to Alice.
Why is Star Wars on this list? Well, because Disney also bought Star Wars. So Leia is basically a Disney Princess now! We saw and reviewed the Star Wars prequel Rogue One.
And obviously we also saw The Last Jedi. This review is filled with spoilers but it you’re a fan like us, you’ve probably already saw this Star Wars film a trillion times.
The central theme for all these films, books and characters could be summed up with one word: magic. It’s all magic. And you know what else is magic? Books. If you don’t know why, read this article.