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anastasia • dir.  don bluth, gary goldman [classics]

<<why the change of  m i n d ?>>

                       <<it was more a change of  h e a r t .>>

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Honestly Mulan and Disney’s treatment to of that character is so fascinating to me bc like to me it’s like 2 separate Disneys

there’s the Disney that made and distributed a movie for kids that encouraged them to not let their full potential go to waste by worrying about what makes others happy or comfortable, or underestimate themselves or others

aaaaaand then there’s the Disney that only sells the image of Mulan in her matchmaker outfit. The outfit that represented how impossibly hard it was for her to conform to expectations that others forced on her.

Like, even little kids understand “this is the outfit she wore when she was the most sad” Tbh it made no sense to me as a kid I was like “Why did they make THIS the doll and why is she suddenly so content in this outfit now?”

“Look! They’re putting up the headline
They call that a headline?
I get better stories from the copper on the beat
I was gunna start with twenty but a dozen’ll be plenty
Tell me, how’m I gonna make ends meet?”

Newsies (1992), Carrying the Banner

Has anyone realized that The Incredibles movie is basically just fandom reactions?

Introducing someone to the fandom:

Our behavior after a midseason or season finale:

When we’re on hiatus until the next episode/season:

Helping each other during said hiatus:

When we connect something the writers didn’t think we would:

Writers denying that our connections are correct:

When the writers reluctantly reveal we were right all along:

When the writers do something stupid:

When you really don’t want to accept what just happened:

When the writers manage to write an amazing episode:

When a character looks directly at the camera:

Dealing with haters:

But, in the end, we’re all Syndrome:


Lookin’ after the Pride Lands, stayin’ strong and united, and no matter where we go, we’ll never be divided. Look out, here comes the Lion Guard.