"I travel all over the world through school and work, so one of my favorite hobbies is watching disney movies in other languages and trying to fill in lines. It’s nice to know that no matter where you are, you can almost always have a piece of home."
"A lot of people say that Ariel was the worst Disney Princess to make a mother out of (in her sequel), but if you ask me, she’s one of the best. We get to see her transformation from a young, naive teenage girl to a responsible, mature, concerned adult. She’s still the same Ariel though, still fun and passionate. Just grown up."
I mean that’s been done (Princess Diaries) so. *shrug* I think anything can be made as long as it’s made well. I’m just really wary of something so modern it has pop culture references. Wreck-it Ralph was something where pop culture works, because it was broad and retro enough, so if that could work the same way.
B-, I guess
"I never saw The Hunchback of Notre Dame growing up, so watching it as a young adult of Romani descent was really tough. Particularly listening to God Help the Outcasts. It broke my heart. But I know one day that, that film will be a talking point for me and my children, a way of discussing some of the issues of discrimination and racism."