I might not be black, or have dimples and I may don't have blach hair, but in Tianas eyes I saw me. She is an amazing character who works hard to get that she wants. Her movie is amazing all that travelling to tastes and jazz music of 1920 makes you feel that you are there, even If you have never come there, believe me I never had the change to see how those people lived and enjoy jazz music. I find all this with the princess of 20th century amazing, cause it shows us that a princess can exist in every time period. The friendship she has with charlotte it shows us that friend can be with any color and even rich or poor. I pag-ibig the romance part with evangeline and Ray, If somebody is very romantic this is perfect for him/her, also when sinag died I cryed. It has scary things, magic, its realistic in the most points and the romance of the spoiled prince and the hardworking princess and I pag-ibig those romances. Tiana is funny and has a voice just like mine. I pag-ibig her, she is indepentied and smart and has all those dreams, she is smart and..... I pag-ibig the song Mama Odie says, "Dig.." It's amazing and I am from the people who think a lot some things. I pag-ibig the point that pag-ibig is what we all need and that a woman that was hardworking alol her life she gives a change to pag-ibig and decides to stay as frog to be with Naveen, knowing that pag-ibig will find a way. A lt of people say that was racist all those with black and white people, I am going to say about that that in that century the people were like that in Louisianna, other were rich and white and other black and poor, It shows us how life can be difficult and people might be poor, when other are rich, they call the movie racist, but what about the century that the movie takes place? Have they thought of that? In that age in that place the things were like that. Also they say that disney was late making a black princess, I want to say that the franchise made in 2000 and the animation of Tiana or the plan of making princess and the frog started in 2007. Thanks for reading!