It's probably just another animated box office bomb that Disney has been pushing out non-stop so it will be news if it's actually good.
You won't really miss anything if you wait until disney+. It's not bad, but extremely forgettable. The animation is good, but took a little bit to get used to it. The music is good, but nothing excellent and some of it just felt incredibly out of place. I think at some point in production this was a love story and they just kept the ballad and made it the villain song instead. It feels so out of touch with what's happening in the movie. The story makes little to no sense so it doesn't feel like there is any point to anything and the first like 15 minutes of the movie is forced exposition that tries to explain the movie but fails at doing so.
I'll probably watch it when it hits D+. What I saw of the character designs (particularly the star) looked intriguing and the title sounds alright.What? Princess and the Frog was great. She's my favorite Disney princess and i really don't care for them.
I'll admit that I'm not in a hurry for most Disney animated films, considering how often we've been burned by garbage like Princess and the Frog (although Facilier was awesome). However, stuff like Moana, Frozen, etc, which I'd put off finally found up being great, so I'm occasionally intrigued.
Granted, I don't really watch much of anything these days, so I'm not sure when I'll get to it when it does come out.
What? Princess and the Frog was great. She's my favorite Disney princess and i really don't care for them.
The whole strong woman aspect was awesome
Doubly so because Tiana's whole focus was on helping herself instead of anybody else.
I watched a video recently that suggested that the main flaw with both fourth wave feminism and "manosphere" ideology is that they're both inherently narcissistic and selfish. They basically boil down to saying that you are the only thing that matters and that everyone and everything else can essentially burn unless it serves your own interests.
In other words, the main problem with most modern female protagonists (especially in Marvel movies) is that they're essentially the exact sort of people who would be villains in any other era. They're unlikable, unsympathetic, self-centered narcissists who cannot see a world beyond their own needs and desires. They're not "strong women", they're assholes.
Sadly it matches up pretty well with a lot of stuff created over the last decade or so. And fits in well with the growing individualism of Western Culture in general (and part of me wants to try and find a way to blame it on the rise of social media, which has pushed the idea that not only does everyone have a voice, but that voice matters - and is often seen as the only thing that matters).
I posted it in a different topic but not in this one. This is a list of the movies they skipped when celebrating their legacy.
the three caballeros was fun, don't recall it being offensive or anything weird unless you don't like acid trip visuals.Donald Duck was horny as fuck
Donald Duck was horny as fuckyeah it was fuckin awesome