ksdsadkl Wreck-It Ralph was a million times better than I was expecting it to be. I mean, I knew it was gonna be pretty awesome, but... wow. Disney has managed to exceed my expectations once again.
Spoilered for actual spoilers about Wreck-It Ralph:
I mean, I was a bit miffed that like 80% of the movie took place in Sugar Rush. I can kind of understand why, but meh. It wasn't bad, but I would've liked to see a liiiiiittle bit more exploring to other games.
I sorta figured that Vanillope was going to end up being like the secret main character of Sugar Rush, or at least an unlockable character or something. I'm actually pretty happy for that. And the way that glitches were portrayed was actually like, really freaking awesome. I loved the physical concept of modifying the game's coding. That was just really creative.
But Turbo being King Candy? Holy shit. I should've seen that coming from a mile away, but somehow I was too busy enjoying the movie than trying to guess what would happen next and analyze everything. Also, Turbo scares the shit out of me oh man. ;_;
But that's enough about just one movie, haha. Some of my favorite Disney movies of all time are:
The Lion King
The Princess and the Frog
Beauty and The Beast
Toy Story (I know this is Pixar but it's kinda Disney-Pixar so get over it)
I really, really love 101 Dalmations in particular because it uses the original pencil lines for its animation. I love catching a frame or two throughout the movie where guidelines for the face haven't been completely been erased, or something like that. I just love the pencil lines and how much charm they add to an already awesome movie.
Also, can we please talk about the music in Princess and The Frog? I feel like it's just super amazing and perfect and doesn't get enough credit.
Who else is not so optimistic about Frozen? I loved that story, and it makes me a little ticked that they aren't being so faithful. I guess that's their thing... but do their have to be so many sidekicks!?!?
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