FANDOM

Ratigan6688

  • I live in The United States
  • I was born on April 8
  • My occupation is Student
  • I am Male
  • Ratigan6688

    Hello readers. Since it is June the month of epic summer blockbusters, I have waited until now to write a blog about superheroes. This blog is about the superheroes I have enjoyed watching the most. They are epic, fight crime, and bravely battle villains to save the day (except for one in particular who is probably more appropriate for little kids but still). At first, I thought all superheroes had to wear capes and follow the classic tradition, etc. But a couple in particular changed my perspective. I will start with the Disney ones first, since this is a Disney Wiki then I will do the non-Disney ones next. So let's get on with it. 



    I wanted to wait until after I saw The Incredibles 2 to write about this blog. At first, I thought The Incre…



    Read more >
  • Ratigan6688

    Hey guys. Before I begin my review there's a statement I would like to make. If you have read some of my past blogs, you'll know that I have written reviews for Pixar and the Revival films, but from now on I am given individual blogs for new films I see. Finding and adding is getting a bit harder each time. Plus, I never know if or when comments are put on it anymore. Okey dokey, let's begin.



    Okey dokey, you know I love the original Incredibles mainly because of the whole family superhero idea, and most of the characters. I have been anticipating this film for quite a while and....well, when I saw it, most if was really good but other stuff...needed some more work to it. So what is it about this sequel that does or doesn't work? Well, my bi…



    Read more >
  • Ratigan6688

    Helloooooo readers. I have just thought of a new blog series idea I plan to do time to time in the future. You all know that Inside Out is my favorite Pixar film and how the Disney films have emotional moments that affect people in many ways. And seeing how Inside Out is about emotions, I am going to have Riley Anderson watch Disney movies and let you know how the characters connect with moments that match. And since this is June, I am going to start with The Lion King. I love watching The Lion King in June; it allows me to relive the fact that it was an epic summer blockbuster when it debuted in 1994. So let's go!





    "Yay! Simba is born! That means the Pride Lands have a new future king!"



    "Awwwww Mufasa's dead! That's so sad! He and Simba were…







    Read more >
  • Ratigan6688

    Hi guys. I know John Musker is not dead, but since he's retired, you are never going to hear the advertisement line "From the directors (as in plural) of Aladdin and The Little Mermaid” again. Besides, their films are quite a remarkable category. They have worked together since 1983, and they have taken part in various great Disney films, most people considering The Little Mermaid and Aladdin their favorites.So in honor of John Musker, I am counting down the 7 films he and Ron Clements directed together. Since I have reviewed them plenty of times in the past (mainly one in particular) I am mostly going to talk about how I viewed them and connections to the social commercial world. Also, there is one thing I want to make quite clear; I am r…

    Read more >
  • Ratigan6688

    Hey guys. This is actually a special month for my family. Why is that? Because my sister is getting married on Memorial Day Weekend! Since I have already made a blog about Disney couples, I've decided to write about Disney sisters instead. Besides, my sister and I have a loving relationship. That's the other reason why I have decided to write this blog. This is about 2 particular Disney sister relationships that I find very special.



    I've been thinking alot about Peter Pan lately so I figured I might as well start with her. In my opinion, Wendy is a great sister! She's imaginative, cheerful, maternal-like, and quite mature-even though the story conflicts with the all the grown up and childhood conflicts. Anyway, Wendy loves to tell stories t…



    Read more >