Props to link for posting the link When I came up with answers for the 2nd question, favorite music or songs, I really liked them so I wanted to share them as an article.
Snow White- All You Need Is Love by The Beatles: Simple tune with a heartfelt message and catchy melody. Reminds me a lot of "A Smile and a Song". "All you need is love All you need is love All you need is love, love Love is all you need"
I got this idea when I learned that at one point, Disney actually was using some of the princesses in cause advertisements and it got me thinking: If each of the Disney Princesses wanted to select a cause/charity to contribute to, which would it be?
Snow White- Senior Citizens: Snow White ends up homeless after running away from the evil queen and she was fortunate that the 7 dwarfs took her in. This is why I think she would want to help senior citizens the way she did for the dwarfs and the way that they helped her (although they were not senior, they were getting close).
So I only wanted to include couples at the end of their original films so that is why there is no Pocahontas & Smith or Rolfe as well as no Anna & Hans.
10. Rapunzel & Eugene: I think this whole thing was such a big mistake. Eugene is a criminal on the run who just so happened to stumble upon Rapunzel's whereabouts who had been isolated. He was so selfish that he didn't even want to take her on this trip and was so cold that he actually took her to a bar full of criminals to scare her. In real life, this would have been immensely endangering for her. Luckily, she is so charming and...
Hello, everyone! Here is the compilation of the results of this spring's DP movie countdown. The ranking was based 32 lists: thirty-one submitted by Fanpop users link + mine. Click on the link for more information on how this countdown works, but in case you are wondering, I awarded one point to the first of each list, two points to the second, and so on. Which means that the movie with the least points was the winner of the countdown.
This article includes:
1. The overall ranking; 2. The individual placements; 3. The total of points; 4. Two comments for each film (four for the first place).