Hi guys, since there was a poll about these 2 movies. It would be interesting if I were to compare both movies.
Okay, many of you all know about her real-life story. However, in the Disney adaptation of her life. She first set eyes on John Smith, to whom she will save later on in the movie. When I watched this film again, they remind me of both Maria & Tony due to the fact that they are of different ethnicity and difficult complications arose when both parties declare war with each other. During the fight between John Smith & Kocuum, the scene resembles to the Rumble between...
We are going to a whole new world with you as we talk about Jasmines clothing in Aladdin. The Renaissance has shown us a wide range of different and much larger wardrobe than before and hasmin is no exception.
1.Blue tuktok and pants Princess hasmin starts of in her palace on her own wearing a blue crop tuktok and thick blue pants with blue Flats ginto kuwintas and large earrings. The outfit is perfect for the time and place it's set. Her hair is either ponytailed with head band or fully loose. I prefer the headband and ponytails myself feels madami Arabian. 9/10
Villains make a vital aspect of every movie, its impact is often judged sa pamamagitan ng its character. But here we got together to judge how much of their clothes makes a difference to their evilness. fans have voted and the results are in. So which villain was least evil looking and which ruled fans' hearts, here's a summary artikulo of the countdown poll.
13. Ratcliffe's ginto dress: While I was surprised this was the first to leave esp when there were far plainer outfits in the countdown, fans felt it looked ridiculous and didn't have any negative vibe to it.
Alright guys, this article's going to be one of the longer ones in this series, if not the longest. There are so many blue outfits among the DPs! I'm also really regretting not including the blue-green outfits in the green countdown instead of this one, because it ended up being so long, but oh well. I hope you enjoyed it anyway!
haterz will claim Let It Go was furthering the gay agenda, rlly I was just talking about my powers lol it ain't that deep
But was the world "ready" for women to vote when they were allowed to vote with the nineteenth amendment? Was the world "ready" for school integration in Brown v. Board? Was the world "ready" to legalize gay marriage when it did? (Sorry I'm basing this all off of American examples, as I am American and I know a large portion of this site is) The answer to all of those tanong is, if you define ready as an overwhelming support, no. But that didn't stop them from happening, and in my opinion it shouldn't stop this either.
The world is never going to be "ready" for change. It's simply impossible...