Wow, okay, Ohana is an absolutely wonderful experience that you all should try.
First and foremost, everyone is REALLY nice. Like, you can strike up a conversation with most of the servers, and the performers are really friendly too.
They have little performances - teaching kids how to do hulu dances, singing, limbo, and the famous coconut races! If you tell them it’s your birthday, anniversary, etc. they’ll even give you little surprise performances.
And not to mention the food. Especially if you love meat, this is absolute paradise. There are chicken wings, meat skewers, salads, bread, and this really amazing banana bread pudding dessert with sauce that’s to die for.
If you ever get a chance, you absolutely have to try this.
Disney Villains over the years.
But… Mor’du isn’t really a villain… [/sighs]
Didn’t they go over the whole fact that when you become trapped as a bear, you pretty much go
apeshit batshit bear-shit crazy and kill everyone and there’s like nothing you can do about it in the end?
And then in the end they kill him but his spirit kind of nods and smiles acknowledging that they released him from this curse that he was too selfish to fix?
He wasn’t a villain. He wasn’t there to create a central point of conflict. He was just there as part of the plot.
And Doctor Hamsterviel should totes be up there. After the first movie, he became the central villain for the entire Lilo and Stitch franchise which was basically one of Disney’s biggest successes. uwu
Disney vs. Miyazaki: A comparison of female protagonists
While I love both Disney and Miyazaki movies, this is an interesting comparison
has anyone noticed how all disney princesses has almost same face? only eyes and eyebrows are different.
are you serious right now
oh my god
you did not just talk smack about jasmine
Does the maker of this realize that the Beast actually fell in love with Belle cause she was the only one that bothered to look beneath his ugly mask and into his personality and that’s a pretty great quality in someone.
Sure there was arguably the whole Stockholm Syndrome thing but uh.
Also most Disney stories are based on old tales from old times (they weren’t created by Disney company!! Wow!!) and Ghibli was started in late 1900’s and also Hayao Miyazaki is known to be a bit of a feminist.
So it’s no wonder Ghibli has ‘stronger’ female characters than the heroines of some old stories.
At least this is what I’ve been informed.
Wow, stupid comparison is stupid!!
Um wow, this is where weebs really disgust me. You are not making anime look more SUGOI DESU with unbalanced comparisons. YES, Miyazaki heroines are awesome - but so are Disney heroines, especially ones from the 90s to the present, who are being grossly misrepresented here. I will agree that Snow White, Aurora, and Cinderella are NOT examples of strong female characters in the least - but as another poster said, look at the time the stories were written, as well as the years the movies were made!
What makes this even more off kilter is the fact that many Japanese animation artists, (including if I remember correctly, Miyazaki himself) were inspired by Walt Disney. They would be DEFENDING these movies, not trying to put them down! Making comparisons like this without considering the backgrounds and time frame is absolutely ridiculous.
^ Good response.
Yeah, the original “fathers of manga” were HUGELY inspired by Disney, so it’s kind of a dick move to do this.
All of the princesses after Cinderella were BAMFs, end of story.
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this has the potential to be AMAZING AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DISNEY DON’T LET ME DOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SCREAMS KLDJSFLAWEJRKJ AW
WAS I EXCITED BEFORE???
WELL YOU BET YOUR FUCKIN’ SORRY ASS I AM NOW
AND LOOK KRISTEN BELL IS IN THERE TOO???
Have to check things over, but I think we’re going mid August :D! Yay!
We’ll finally get to take this picture by averyniceprince (yes, we have the shirts!)
Yoinked from facebook because wow holy balls this is a NICE photo of us!
Photo by Patrick Sun~
Kim is Trainsgochuchu.
Ron is me.
Bonnie is Isa.
10 Unfortunate Lessons Girls Learn From “The Little Mermaid”
Ssshh, it’s funny because it’s true.
A young girl dresses up like a dude and, with the help of Eddie Murphy, saves the entirety of China. But her army captain gets REALLY pissed at her for pretending to be a guy. Like a whole bunch of unwarranted pissiness. Probably because he was eyeing her like the ENTIRE movie.
The featured song ‘Reflection’ becomes the anthem for trans kids everywhere.
Thank you Disneyland Fun for giving me nightmares. After watching this video, I refused to ride the Haunted Mansion for a good amount of years. But now I always quote this whenever I go on.
Oh same. I was the same exact way.
“I hate how people call Jessica Rabbit a slut, when one of her quotes defines her very character: “I’m not bad, I’m just drawn this way.” To me, she shows that just because a girl is beautiful or a bit busty in the chest doesn’t make her a slut, it just makes her gifted in that department. Not her fault that men fluttered around her, she didn’t ask for it. She could have had any man she wanted, and she married the guy that made her laugh”
I actually love that as a character, Jessica Rabbit actually chose a husband who suited her and went out of her way to help him. This did involve her doing things she didn’t want to do, but she came through in the end and was an awesome wife.
That’s what I liked most about their relationship. She was with him because he made her laugh and he was really truly in love with her. I like that sort of message to people because it’s so important. Be with someone who loves you, who will treat you like you’re amazing.
Can I just say, I am immensly proud of how this has turned out
Quite definetly one of the most complex pieces I’ve done for a long while
I hope you guys enjoy the finished piece as much as you liked the WIPs
This made me smile, and shades are gorgeous!
This is the best thing.
The world needs more crossovers like this.
I love this SO MUCH