Disney has released a lot of movies and lots of people watch Disney movies to help them get excited and help them count down to their Disney vacation. With Fall Free Dining released today, it seems like a good idea to go through some of the movies which, I think, should be part of every Disney vacation countdown.
I decided to break my countdown movies into two groups (Classic and Modern). There are four movies in each groups and they all animated. If this list was for Disneyland not Disney World, it would include Mary Poppins, in the classic category, and Saving Mr. Banks in the modern category.
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Sidekicks come in all shapes and sizes. They could be that trusted friend who is with you through thick and thin. They could be someone who guides you through a difficult journey. You name the situation and Disney as probably created a sidekick to help the main character. Today, I’m going to briefly mention my top five Disney sidekicks. Let me know who you think your top Disney sidekicks are:
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After watching the some of the newer princess movies on Disney Channel as part of their Princess Weekend, Disney, in the 21st Century, has tried to change the image of the Disney Princess. They are no longer a girl who looks to find that one true love and think that true love is going to save them from all their problems. They are more progressive, active, and, most importantly, don’t a man to save them from their problems. They can save themselves.
The 21st Century has seen four new princesses come to life: Princess Tiana (Princess and the Frog), Princess Rapunzel (Tangled), Princess Merida (Brave), and Princess Anna (Frozen). All of them have strong personalities and willing to fight for themselves instead having someone else fight for them. Let’s meet these five 21st Century Princesses:
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Welcome to another Disney Music Monday. This blog is co-hosted by myself, and my friend Mike, who runs the My Dreams of Disney blog. This blog hop takes a closer look at the music that makes Disney tick. It could come from the theme parks, the movies, or the tv shows. If it’s sung at Disney, it will be talked about in the blog hop.
I like to focus on the music from the movies. There are so many movies and so many songs from those movies. It’s a vast subject to cover. Last week, I looked at Part of Your World from The Little Mermaid. This week, I’m moving to a more recent movie. Everybody talks about the music from Frozen. I’m moving back a couple of movies to Tangled which had some fine music of its won.
The song, I’m taking a look at is I’ve Got A Dream. It’s a fun song which takes place in The Snuggly Duckling – a great name for a tavern. It’s sung by the Pub Thugs, Flynn Ryder and Rapunzel. This point of the song is to show people that everybody even the grittiest of people have dreams and that everybody should be trying to achieving those dreams no matter how big or small. It’s one of the foundations that Disney was built. Plus, it’s a fun song to listen to.
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