Okay, like I promise, here are the European batch of Elsa and their performance on the song Let It Go! So are you ready? Here we go.
Catalan (Voice Actress: Gisela)
Ok, I'm not really a fan of Catalan, well maybe because it's new and especially when it comes to Disney (or non-Disney) dubs. Gisela has an amazing voice, so I'm going to give her a round of applause for her Catalan dubbing. (ratings: 8/10)
Italian (Voice Actress: Serena Autieri)
I really love Italian because it's such a beautiful language, Serena's portrayal of Elsa is really extraordinary perfect. She nailed the song without auto-tune!...
Hello everyone! I'm ezilo25 and this is my very first article on this site! I wanted to do something special, and since I have read the Grimms Tale in German my whole life, I wanted to do a comparison of disney movie adaptations and the Tales of Grimm. So, let's get started! Oh, and excuse me if I do grammatical mistakes, I'm french, so please forgive me!
Oh, Cinderelli... I adore the Disney character, I am passionate about the animation movie, but I am in love with Aschenputtel, the Grimms version of the Cinderella. Yes, I know, the movie is inspired by the Perrault version, which...
I posted this on the Frizen fan club while back and now I'm posting it here.
Everyone on here that knows pretty much knows how much I love Anna and despise Elsa. I mean, I certainly like Elsa more than I did when I joined in July, but I really hated her when I joined. So that's not saying much.
Right now, Elsa is twelfth place on my Disney Princesses as opposed to thirteenth place like she was when I first joined, while Anna made it to the top, instead of second place. So, both have moved up on my list, but Anna is still way in front of Elsa on my list.
Vincent Van Gogh's Japonaiserie After Hiroshige (1887)
I love art! I love culture, history, music and I love art. I have done some posts and polls about the Disney Princesses in reference to music, culture and fashion but not art yet so I thought I would do that next. I like to think of the Disney Princesses as "cultured" young women who have manners, etiquette, decent universal knowledge and appreciation for the arts. So, in my theory of the Disney Princesses being cultured, albeit each at their own levels, here are the paintings that I think each Disney Princess would love the most. (I could probably find a Van Gogh for each of them as I absolutely...
"The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of them all."
So while there are a lot of great things that are pointed out about the movie Mulan, there are also things that I haven't seen pointed out yet so I wanted to share.
1. Realistic Representation of Culture: I love that it is not over-Americanized and mostly stays true to Chinese and Asian culture. The most American part of the film is the fact that she thinks she can take a man's place in the army. That and Grandmother Fa's comments in general. Other than that, the movie is pretty accurate to her culture. I find this important because I don't understand the point of showing a different culture...
What if all of the Disney Princesses were American and lived in American cities? Which ones would they choose to live in? (*Note, I comprised this list of where they would want to live as a free choosing adult, not where they would have been born and raised. That is another list.)
Snow White: Phoenix, Arizona Because there is a large elderly population there so Snow could help them like she did the dwarves. She is also a conservative princess that I think would enjoy living out under the stars in a more traditional place.
Cinderella: Minneapolis-St.Paul, Minnesota Because it is a city rich...