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What's up, guys? Tigerfan45 here, and, I'm back again. Now, we all know that Disney is remaking their own movies in Live Action, and, The Hunchback of Notre Dame is one of my favorite Disney movies. So, I was thinking that, maybe this could make for a good live-action film. So, here's my ideas, below.
- Andy Serkis as Quasimodo
- Heather Headley as Esmeralda
- Ben Kingsley as Phoebus
- Jeremy Irons as Claude Frollo
- Morgan Freeman as Clopin
- Benedict Cumberbatch as Jehan Frollo, Claude Frollo's younger brother, …
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Has anyone ever felt like that when it comes to certain people and subjects, you just feel, I don't know, cornered against a wall.
Well that's how I've been feeling lately.
Lately, I've been finding that some certain people and subjects continue to haunt me throughout my days on certain wikis.
Like I said before, I'm not a homophobic. I'm just. Scared. A lot of things involving homosexuality have been getting on Christianity's tail, and have not been letting people of my religion be left …Read more >
Timothy Walter "Tim" Burton (/ˈbɜːrtən/; born August 25, 1958) is an American film director, producer, artist, writer and animator. He is known for his dark, gothic, eccentric and quirky fantasy films such as Beetlejuice (1988), Edward Scissorhands (1990), the animated musical The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), the biographical film Ed Wood (1994), the horror fantasy Sleepy Hollow (1999), and later efforts such as Corpse Bride (2005), Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)…Read more >
I just saw this video on YouTube of a couple of little kids opening up the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection Toys from McDonalds. They opened the sets from both 1996 and 1997 and seemed to know most of the characters fine, except for a few.
When they opened the box for AristoCats, they didn't recognize Scat Cat. When they opened the box for Pete's Dragon, they didn't recognize Elliot. When they opened up the Sword in the Stone box, it took a while for them to recognize Merlin.
All of this is und…Read more >
Another Disney character I really like is Anna from Frozen, because of her hilarious attitude, yet she is fearless, optimistic, and intelligent. I once read that her performer, Kristen Bell's kids don't like Frozen, but now they do; they just don't like her singing along to the songs in front of them. But I suppose Olivia Holt could be her understudy in case Bell is not around.
Like what I did with Elsa, I'd like to compare her with different characters such as:
- Fix-It Felix Jr.
- Both get mad at thei…
- Fix-It Felix Jr.
Like Pocahontas this gypsy who met Mowgli after his marriage folllowed the wind, Like Jane she traveled with bravery and like Julie of the Wolves this gypsy sang along when a song was howled by the wolves, jackals, or dholes. She'd relax on the clliffs and play her flute, her Indian sitar, or her Tambourine. She also ran racing swallows who flew near the Indian Ocean and swam out enough to meet the dolphins. She'd even try to listen to the rhythm of the dolphins' whistling and dance on the beac…Read more >
I've seen Aladdin on the big screen twice this year. The first time it was in February for an event where there would be a different Disney movie every weekend (in select cinemas, though). The second time was last weekend for the 25th Annviersary Screening at the TriBeCa Film Festival. Brad Kane even showed up and led a sing-along version of A Whole New World
Looking back at Aladdin, and the other Disney Princess films, I've noticed a few things.
I love collecting Disney stuff and the stuff I collect…Read more >
This isn't the best temporary marketing layout we've had (at least the Beauty and the Beast one was styling). But this has given every word of importance a red colour. You've made every link look like it's red, which is especially bad since we're not supposed to leave red links.
Also, surely there's other posters of the film that can be used. This whole orange/red scheme isn't very nice to look at.Read more >
What's up, guys? Tigerfan45 here, and, I'm back again. I got a request from my good friend, Ratigan6688 to talk about movies about mice that I enjoy. Alright, Ratigan, this one's for you.
I remember watching The Great Mouse Detective a lot when I was a kid. As a kid, I liked it. And, as an adult, I still like it. One of the best things about the movie is its story. Not only is it a mystery story, it's also a throwback to the old Sherlock Holmes movies. In fact, Basil's name is a reference to the …
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