Sultan: Prince Ali Ababwa! Of course! I'm delighted to meet you. [he shakes Aladdin's hand] Sultan: This is my royal vizier, Jafar. He's delighted, too. Jafar: [*very* dryly] Ecstatic.
[Iago is powering a mystic device da foot power] Iago: With all due respect, Your Rottenness, couldn't we just wait for a *real* storm? Jafar: Save your breath, Iago. Faster! [he inserts the Sultan's ring into the superiore, in alto of the hourglass] Iago: Yes, O Mighty Evil One! [he pedals the device faster]
Jafar: How many times do I have to kill you, boy?
Genie: [turns into a cheerleader] Rick 'em, rack 'em, rock 'em, rake!...
Okay, this is something of a new experience for me. So far, I only dealt with Film based on libri I read at one point. I’m not saying that 101 Dalmatians is the first case were the movie was my first exposure to the story, but it is the first movie for which I read the book just for this articolo series. Which is in the case of 101 Dalmatians kind of a problem, because I don’t look at it from the perspective of a child, the actual target group, but from the perspective of an adult. I tried my best not to be overly critical but – well, let’s just dive into this.
Even though I'm not as easily scared as I was when I was younger these 10 Disney Scenes (and characters) still scares me. But they're not in any order except the superiore, in alto 3. I only included scenes from Film that I grew up with so I couldn't include Fantasia and The Black Cauldron for those reasons, also only Film that are supposed to be for the entire family, to me The Hunchback Of Notre Dame isn't so kid friendly for example
The balena Chase Scene
Most people thinks The Donkey Transformation is the scariest scene in Pinocchio, but this scene was even scarier to me, at first we just see Monstro...
This lista is only about Disney villains who turned up in animated full-length feature. No Pixar, no package Film and no half-animated movies. I also only included villains, who definitly are villains, not those who turned good at the end of the movie (like Amos Slate) o those which are mostly just slightly jerky characters (like the characters of Dumbo o the Siamese cats).
It should be obvious why this motivation is at the bottom on the list. Lazy villains don’t really provide much action because they are…well, too lazy to do much. So it’s no wonder that the only...
These kind of articoli are kinda passeé, but there's never anything wrong to do them once in a while. I'm excited for Moana, the songs, the characters sound so charming, and it feels like a genuine classic Disney film of the 90s, very similar to Aladdin, which would make me happy.
So without further ado, here are my favorites.
10- Alice in Wonderland- It's so original, and I feel it's the only Alice in Wonderland adaptation that isn't a borefest. I think the captured of the book well, and it really helps how they showed the story in a più "visual" sense, while the book obviously relied more...
Hi everyone, this is my secondo articolo about The Lion King. Only this time, I'm going to comparing to another non-Disney movie called The Land Before Time. Are te ready?
The Land Before Time
While watching this movie after so many years, there was a character name Rooter, who ironically is the narrator of the movie. Actually told Littlefoot about the great cerchio of Life shortly after the tragic passing of his mother, I thought for a moment that the Lion King ha rubato, stola this line! But I guess that I was wrong in the end. Littlefoot's relationship with his mother and grandparents are like those of...
Hi guys, since I had compare the Phantom of the Opera with Beauty and the Beast earlier on. Here is my comparison on other Disney classic, the Hunchback of Notre Dame. Are te ready?
The Phantom of the Opera
Okay, as te know that that both stories are also set in France. It deals with 2 physically deformed titolo characters, however unlike Quasimodo, the Phantom (Erik in the original novel) is actually a madman and his obsessive Amore for Christine who seeks refuge at the Opera House in Paris. Speaking of poor Erik, he was a combo of Frollo and Quasimodo until the end when Erik felt remorse....