I appreciate that The Prince of Egypt has a traditionally strong female character, but also shows us women who are strong in more unusual ways - compassion and emotional resilience are important too. There’s more than one way to be a heroine.
“Out of all the Disney male leads, I think Kristoff is the worst. I know people think Snow White’s prince is boring but Kristoff? We don’t know a single thing about him, he talks down to Anna and his attraction to her comes out of nowhere. He’s just so bland and boring.”
I feel like people who complain about Prince Adam’s appearance fail to realize it’s just the lighting in that ONE SHOT that makes him look “less appealing” or whatever. He looks fine, and I think they miss the entire point of the movie (“beauty is found within”) when they complain about it.
I might be the only person who wants this but I would really like to see a Disney prince and princess who have an established relationship. That way, the movie doesn’t have to focus on romance that much.
After seeing an intriguing Shadowhunter during the peace talks between their people, Yuri seeks him out and their relationship grows. When their relationship is put in jeopardy because of some rebels, they do what they must to keep peace between their people and continue their relationship.
“Do we have an agreement?”
Yuri fought back a yawn-it would be
unbecoming for a prince to do such a thing after all-as he tried to pay
attention to the peace talks. They’d been at it all morning and he’d gotten
bored of their fake niceties and arguing five minutes in. If he didn’t think
his father would be furious, he would have snuck off at the first opportunity
to do so. Unfortunately, his father had gone on about the importance of him
learning the way these things worked and some other things Yuri hadn’t paid
attention to because all it boiled down to was he had to be there. The whole