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there were a lot of great cosplays at Phoenix Comicon but I feel like this one deserves its own post
I saw this guy maybe eight times on Friday and Saturday, twice riding around on the scooter inside the magikarp, once singing I Can Show You the World. It was only Saturday night that I really looked at him and realized he was Aladdin on a Magikarp
May I present to all of you
The Magikarp-et Ride
look at my friend lou
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Vintage slides of Tomorrowland at Disney World. While some things have changed, with Mission to Mars changing to Stich’s Great Escape and America the Beautiful becoming the Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor, quite a bit is the same, especially the PeopleMover. Via Disney Pix.
Reblogged from liamdryden
Some famous movie/TV characters that you may not know have been in a Disney movie
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kristoff and sven sharing their food since forever
No but seriously can we just talk about two major characteristics of Kristoff that these two GIFs demonstrate:
- In the first, Kristoff is an orphan. And he’s eight. Odds are he doesn’t have the most reliable food source (he doesn’t even have the trolls to look after him). And what does he do? Gives his best friend the first bite. Same thing when they’re all grown up and it’s probably the only food they’re getting that night — in fact, all three times we see them share a carrot, Sven gets to eat first. And what does he do when they have to jump the ravine? Before he cuts the line, even before he throws Anna onto Sven’s back, he makes sure that the bag of tools that Anna bought — containing Sven’s carrots — goes with her, so even if he doesn’t make the jump, Sven’ll still have something to eat.
- In the second, even as he holds out the carrot to Sven, and even though Anna is out of sight, he’s still staring after her with a skeptical look on his face, like, “People. Do not trust. What do you want.” He’s such an adorable grump, and it’s amazing to watch the subtle progression of how he looks at her throughout the film: skepticism in this scene and during the wolf attack; mild amusement when she doesn’t know the way to the North Mountain and tries to climb on her own; clear protectiveness when Elsa and Marshmallow attack; open admiration when she slows Marshmallow down and when the trolls dress her up; heartbreak and concern when he realizes the trolls can’t help her and when he leaves her at the castle; fear turned to devastation when he tries to reach her across the fjord and she freezes; and finally, open adoration when they look at each other before the fade to the epilogue and, of course, when he gets his new sled.
Flat/boring/uninteresting character my ass.
Reblogged from marshmallowprincesss
Wendy Darling becomes a pilot as soon as she comes of age,
because she was always going to find a way to fly,
and night after night sitting by the windowsill never got her anywhere
other than the ground.
When told of her curse, Sleeping Beauty goes in search of a spindle.
Instead of mounting the land with her feet full of needles, Ariel watches as her lover slides into the ocean with his legs blurring into scales.
One night, Belle finds herself growing a set of fangs and a coat of shaggy fur to match her Beast’s, and finds that she prefers jagged claws to blunt fingernails.
Susan Pevensie is not shunted from her kingdom
because she learned to use the only weapons she had at hand,
forfeiting her bow and arrow for red-lined lips and slick nylons.
After her feathers bloom like they do every night, Odette goes to find the sorcerer
and plunges her beak into each of his eyes.
True love’s kiss is sitting quietly in the middle of their priorities.
If they find themselves locked in a castle, they break down the walls.
Give me princesses in tattered chainmail or ripped dresses
Give me princesses who ride around, slaying dragons
or mounting them and claiming the sky.
When they are placed up in a tower and told to wait for their hero,
our princesses take their fate by the guts
slide their thighs around the neck of their thrashing dragon
and take to the stars.
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Reblogged from liamdryden
Conceal… Don’t feel…
So wait does this mean that if we took away the whole being able to produce ice thing. This movie might have been about depression?
Disney has come out and said it’s about anxiety and depression so… yeah
the writers literally said that Elsa is a metaphor for depression
When I first saw Frozen in theatres I had been in one of my deep depression pits and when I saw this movie I remember just openly sobbing when Let It Go started. I went and saw it every chance I had and cried more and more every time. I became obsessed and I’ve had arguments as to why this is my favourite disney movie and why I love Elsa with people who just didnt get it.
It means the world to watch a fucking disney -queen- experience and go through the same emotions you are struggling with. Ahhhh <3
Reblogged from totally-feeling-the-aster