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 My two preferito CAMH soundtracks
My two favorite CAMH soundtracks
The Hunchback of Notre Dame and The Prince of Egypt are my two preferito animated movie soundtracks, Hunchback my preferito Disney soundtrack and Prince of Egypt my preferito non-Disney soundtrack. They are somewhat similar in style and both have religious undertones, so I thought it would be fun to write and articolo comparing the two.

Opening Song: The Bells of Notre Dame vs. Deliver Us
The Bells of Notre Dame- This is the epic opener to Hunchback. The theme repeated throughout Hunchback is first heard in this song. It is the story of how Quasi became the bellringer and poses the moral question...
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Introverted Feeling (Fi): Sally is independent, and guided da an internal set of values that lead her to oppose the idea of adopting Natale in Halloweentown, even though the man she loves is doing it, along with the whole town. She doesn’t present a rational argument as to why he shouldn’t do it, but rather is against it because it just feels wrong to her, though she doesn’t impose her opinion on others. She doesn’t like the lifestyle Dr. Finkelstein has forced on her, but she still cares for him, and rebels quietly when she can’t take any more. Sally has trouble telling...
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If you've read any of my articles, then I'm sure te know that I almost always prefer the "underdog" characters over the "popular" ones. Well my preferito heroines lista is no exception. It wasn't exactly easy to think of my ten preferito heroines. I mentioned earlier, in my superiore, in alto Ten Animated Heroes artices, that I've always liked the Heroes better than the heroines. So, in some ways it was even harder to come up with my superiore, in alto ten heroines since most of my preferito female characters are either sidekicks o villainesses. Hope te enjoy it!


#10 tigre, tigress (Kung Fu Panda)
Kung Fu Panda is my preferito Dreamworks...
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How does it feel to win FOTM?

I still can't believe people voted for me! It's a big honor and I'm happy to know that people recognize the work I have done for this club.

Do te think te deserved to win? (be honest)

I think that I deserved it, because even when I don't have the time to write articoli o make sondaggi e.t.c., I still come to this spot and contribute and I generally try to be as active as I can. But I believe there are users who deserved to be nominated più than I did.

Who is your preferito animated heroine? and why?

Esmeralda. :) Esme is fearless, independent, intelligent, witty, fiery,...
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As some of te might be aware, there is going to be a potential live-action remake of the 1994 animated classic, The cigno Princess. The original movie is one of my all-time preferito movies, not just in animazione but in general. It has fantastic songs, a lovely score, great characters, beautiful animation, a cool villain, awesome action scenes, funny comedy, and an engaging romance. So I am both very excited and cautious about the live-action remake, due to how much the animated movie means to be (I was actually born only twenty-one days before the movie was released in theaters). I don’t...
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