Sing out, Louise!
Sing out, Louise!
From Lion King to Space Jam, how many of these classic (and not so classic) kids films did you see?
Because the only thing better than regular magic is Disney magic. Drawings done by Eira1893.
Anna and the rest of the SNL cast did their own version of “Belle.” NO COMPLAINTS HERE.
Pick your favorite — Ariel, Belle, Mulan, Cinderella, etc. — and then lock yourself in the bathroom.
Bonjour! Bonjour! Bonjour. Bonjour. MEOW.
These will make you nostalgic for elementary school.
Why send out a regular old Valentine’s Day card, when you can send a card that perfectly exemplifies your inner baddie?
No one drinks like Gaston! Except maybe Dumbo…
Who’s your happily ever after?
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OK, to be fair, these weren’t ever as great as Happy Meal Toys, but every once in a while they hit it out of the park.
The ultimate question is will they make me dinner and sing me to sleep?
Just because someone tells you it’s a “Dinglehopper,” it doesn’t mean you should believe them.
Disney’s Beauty and The Beast is a modern classic, definitely deserving of the long-standing praise — it’s simply bursting with charm and as easy to enjoy today as it was decades ago. There are, however, a few plot holes that we should examine.
Artist Christian Jackson has created truly beautiful posters for your apartment or nursery.
Say Hello To Disney’s “Kill Team Princess”. Artist Johnni Kok depicts some of Disney’s favorite heroines as mercenaries instead.
Which one of these baddies’ signature song is your favorite?
Won’t lie: This quiz is disturbing.
Oh, sure, I can see that.
Now you realize that half these people were self-medicating, depressed misogynists with anger management issues. Sheesh!
Snow White tried so hard, and got so far, but in the end it didn’t even matter-er-er-errrrerrrrr.
This “tale as old as time” shares a connection with both Jackie Chan and Animaniacs.
Your favorite characters are almost unrecognizable in these early sketches and concept art.
With the help of digital enhancement. Done by artist Mike Roshuk.
The dads have to step it up since the moms are always dead.
Warning: This post may cause existential crises.
Pixar isn’t the only one that hides little gems in their movies. Note: This list does not include hidden Mickeys.