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Ratigan6688

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    Hi everyone. You know how a lot of Disney fans talk about certain moments in the classics that they feel they can relate to? Like for example, if the death of Bambi's mom or Mufasa made them cry because they lost someone close to them-something like that. I haven't often felt that way with certain films. I usually watched them just for the entertainment-at least as a little kid. But I do feel the emotions from a lot of Disney moments. Anyway, my point is that I am going to write about a few Disney characters I feel like I can connect with based on moments of my own.



    I'm just going to start off with Baloo because I just watched The Jungle Book last night (plus, August is my favorite month to get into The Jungle Book and Robin Hood). The poig…



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    Hi everyone. Even though we are far away from another Oscar ceremony, I have a related topic I want to discuss, involving the past 2 winners of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature; Inside Out and Zootopia....No, I'm not discussing which one is better if that's what you're thinking. Before the nominees were announced, I was sure both films would also be nominated for Best Picture based on how well they mixed in adult themes in animated films even if they didn't win. We could have more animated films having the unique honor of being nominated for Best Picture. I wasn't upset when they weren't but I will say that I was a little shocked. Of course, they were still huge critical and financial hits, and of course they won for Best Animat…

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    Hi Guys. I have been feeling a little bored lately, and most of what I'm looking forward to is a little too far away (time tends to go by a little slowly for me sometimes). Anyway, not the point. I have decided to rank the songs from Moana. Some songs I remembered instantly, but a few others I had to research a little bit. But hey, Moana was yet another princess musical that was pretty well done. So, let's get on with the job, shall we?



    Sorry guys, but this segment of the list is going to be pretty short. Not that I don't like it, it's just that it's pretty short. Plus, I don't unders The lyrics, since it is sung in Polynesian language. But I will give it credit for the fact that it plays during the scene where Moana and Maui strengthen the…



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    Hi everyone. It's Ratigan6688 yet again. I have been checking out a few episodes on the Tangled show, and I gotta say, it feels like the old days of Toon Disney. It feels like similar charm to The Little Mermaid and Aladdin shows. And Disney has made some other really good ones based on movies like Jungle Cubs and Timon and Pumbaa. Heck, Big Hero 6 is getting its own show! So this blog will be about some other Disney or Pixar films that would make good ideas for TV shows. Let's begin!




    Ok I know a lot of people have gotten sick of Frozen right about now, but hey! Seeing how most of these Disney Revival films have been matching the same critical and financial successes of the early Disney Renaissance films and how Tangled got a show, I think …




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    Hey guys. I just saw the Beauty and the Beast remake with my parents. And don't worry-it's no April Fools prank. Despite not being a die hard fan of the animated film, I do like it in a different way, and I was intrigued. I did have some expectations for it for the sake of the animated one's fans. And um...well, why don't you read this blog for yourself.



    Ok, like I said I just saw this remake. Everyone has been anticipating it, talking about it, and my sister loves it as a stand alone film. Me? Well, you guys might disagree with me but I thought it was just...okay. Not great, not awful, just okay. I mean there are some nice things about it. Storywise, this film seemed to follow the animated version pretty closely. Not really any major diffe…



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