Spending your spare time on a comfy couch with a popcorn bag and watching your favorite movies is perfect for a chilly day. It’s always enthralling and exciting to be absorbed in the astounding plot twists of a flick. Sometimes, we immerse in the film so much that we neglect the rational logic in real life. The fact is if the acting, direction, and plot of the movie are good enough, we likely let our minds go with the flow and enjoy it. However, in hindsight, we probably realize that the plot may have been much simpler and more logical.
Apparently, the characters could have followed the logical sense instead of going through way too much unnecessary troubles. In many cases, we even wonder why the characters can make some terrible decisions while watching films. Have you ever had some thoughts like “If I were her, I would …”? Many of us may feel angry when the main characters make a poor choice and end up in dangerous situations. If they responded differently, the movie might end much more quickly, but that’s the problem. If the conflicts in a movie are solved too soon, what will we have to watch? Therefore, you should keep in mind that you’re watching a movie, and irrational logic might happen from time to time.
Among various film genres out there, Disney productions might include the most puzzling plots. Do you realize that? Let’s see how illustrator Paul Westover proves the poor decisions of Disney characters with 7 pics below!
#1 Simba simply could have just told everyone what he saw.
Source: Paul Westover
#2 She definitely ain’t risking anything
Source: Paul Westover
#3 If only Aladdin would have known how to make a wish, things could have been so easier
Source: Paul Westover
#4 Let’s just admit, Dragon was the center of attention, not Mulan
Source: Paul Westover
#5 Snow-white could have acted smartly
Source: Paul Westover
#6 Yep and that’s about it.
Source: Paul Westover
#7 All Cinderella had to do was be straightforward with the Prince instead of going through all that hassle.
Source: Paul Westover
It seems that these characters should think out of the box to make their lives easier. Do you agree with that? Do you know any other Disney films that could have ended much more quickly and sensibly? Please share your ideas in the comment and follow our site for more intriguing posts and stories!
If Disney Characters Followed Viral Trend Face-Swapping, How Would They Look?
Face-swapping apps are a viral trend from the humorous side of the internet. When people feel bored of perfect pics and photoshopped foods, they yearn to create something stupid and hilarious to laugh at. Nobody knows where the original idea is born, but numerous internet users find the trend funny and worthy of following.
Disney princesses, princes, and other characters are not excluded from the trend. Some people are just fond of how they would look after face-swapping. They seem to fall for light to heavy mixtures of classic cartoons and horror factors. Thus, they make Disney face-swapping photos that can never be unseen when seen.
Explore new funny things about your favorite characters via our collection!
#1. Aladdin: Genie and Jafar
#2. Tarzan and Jane
#3. Alice In Wonderland: Alice and Mad Hatter
#4. Peter Pan: Peter and Wendy
#5. Snow White and Prince Charming
#6. Little Mermaid: Ariel and Ursula
#7. Beauty And The Beast: Belles and Maurice
#8. Monster Inc.: James and Boo
#9. Mulan and red dragon Mushu
#10. Pocahontas and John
#11. Princess And The Frog: Tiana and Charlotte
#12. Toy Stories
#13. Tangled: Rapunzel and Flint
#14. Sleeping Beauty: Aurora and Prince
#15. The Lion King: Kiara and Rafiki
#16. Frozen: Anna and Kristoff
#17. The Huntchback Of Notre Dame: Esmeralda and Phoebus
#18. Enchanted: Giselle and Coachman
#19. A Goofy Movie
#20. Hercules and Megara
#21. Lilo and Stich
#22. The Seven Dwarfs
#23. Cinderella and Prince Eric
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What Disney Princesses Will Look Like If They Get Combat–Ready?
Apparently, leisure activities are a key part of our lives, helping us to improve the work-life balance. Nevertheless, enjoying various recreations such as walking, meditating, playing sports, or watching movies is quite different from delicate to your passion. Strong enthusiasm for something requires an insatiable desire to do it and hone your skills for it. If your passion is cooking, you want to try or even create new recipes whenever you have time. Meanwhile, if you are keen on the art of floral design, you will always be urged to create flower arrangements.
We all have a passion for something, and everybody wishes to turn it into a job. What could be better than having the chance to do what we love every day while still earning a stable income and contributing to society? Sadly, for most people, careers do not link much with their enthusiasm. For example, a teacher is passionate about photography, or an attorney loves to spend all his spare time gardening. Though it’s a shame that they can’t make a profession out of their passion, these people likely keep doing what they love on the side. After long working hours, they devote their time to their hobbies, which is impressive and admirable.
Many amateur artists who keep creating art as a leisure-time activity post their works on the internet. Looking at their works, we just can’t help but have a ton of respect for these zealous people and applaud their artwork. Let’s meet Saiyre, “a physician assistant (PA) by trade and an artist by passion.”
Saiyre works at an Urgent Care in Pennsylvania and lives with her husband and kids. Despite her demanding job, she simultaneously delicates herself to art. Her bio writes: “Outside of high school courses and a minor in fine arts, she holds no formal fine art education and is largely self-taught and self-motivated.” However, her works of art are stunning and incredible for a person without formal art education.
Below is Saiyre’s series of “Battle Ready Princesses“, which makes you doubt if she actually is an amateur. Scroll down and enjoy!
#4 Ariel, The Little Mermaid
#5 Jasmine, Aladdin
#6 Kida, Atlantis
#7 Rapunzel, Tangled
#9 Elsa, Frozen
#8 Anna, Frozen
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18 Disney Princesses With A Dark Vibe Will Not Disappointing You
We are too familiar with Cinderella, Belle, Aurora, Elsa, and Jasmine from Disney. These princesses, with their beauty and amicable disposition, have earned a huge number of fans around the world. They represent the good side with a shining aura and gorgeous beauty. Even their clothes are designed with bright colors to make them look more wholesome and endearing.
Undeniably, iconic Disney princesses have inspired many artists for a long time. No matter how many years have passed, these damsels never lose the heat. You could see a lot of series in which these beauties are redrawn with different styles on the internet. They may transform into warriors with combat-ready equipment or appear in different traditional costumes of various countries. However, can you imagine an evil Disney princess?
Let us introduce you to the series of dark princesses which is created by an enthusiastic Disney fan. The artist, a 29-year-old woman living in the Netherlands, is known online as “Willemijn1991.” Through her drawing, the Disney princesses get a wicked makeover with darker-colored clothes and sinister smiles. Though it’s hard to imagine lovely and kindhearted princesses with a creepy makeover, you will feel a shiver down your spine if you look at this artist’s works.
Scroll down to the end to see what your favorite princesses will look like in the role of a bad character!
#5 Snow White
This amazing series of “Evil Disney Princesses” is absolutely worth a share! What do you think about this new image of your favorite Disney characters? Let us know your thoughts in the comment segment below and follow us to get updated with more fantastic photos and ideas!
15 Interesting Facts From Disney’s “Tangled” You Might Miss
Disney probably has the largest animation empire. Almost every child grows up watching and falling for Disney princesses. Mickey Mouse’s house is well-known for adapting fairy tales into animated flicks that won big from time to time, from place to place. Furthermore, moviemakers from Disney often integrated several little facts and cameos in their works. Audiences mostly don’t figure them out without rewatching the movies.
“Tangled” is one of the most successful Disney princess movies and was praised by critics for its animation, writing, characters, and musical score. This flick was written mainly for one-time serving. However, if you rewatch it twice and more, you will realize some little-known details mixed with magnificent animated scenarios.
What are they? Scroll down to read more about them and see if you can recognize them the first time enjoying the movie about Rapunzel, a lost young princess with magical long blonde hair!
#1. Rapunzel is the first Disney Princess with magical or supernatural powers.
Disney princesses are beautiful and adorable. However, only a few of them have magical abilities. Rapunzel is the very first one of them. Her long hair could heal anyone. But this only worked if the hair isn’t cut.
#2. When Rapunzel first saw the outside world…
For the scene in which Rapunzel enters the marketplace, Disney animators took the idea from the entrances of Walt Disney World and Disney Land to design them. The scenario looks marvelous and fantastic.
#3. The first Disney Princess movie to get a PG rating
It was the first animated Disney princess film to receive a PG rating by the MPAA rather than a G rating. Also, ‘Tangled’ was the first for the production house to try a full-length computer-animated fairy tale film.
#4. The voice actors didn’t really work together
Sometimes, animated movies feature cast members recording together. Not so much with Tangled. Moore and Donna Murphy, who voiced Mother Gothel, never met. Moore and Levi, meanwhile, only met to record the song “I See the Light.”
#5. The largest crowd used in any Disney film.
‘Tangled’ is set on the backdrop of the fictional world and kingdom of Corona. It is filled with people. You can see a nod to that during the Kingdom dance scene where there are over 3000 people present. This is by far the largest crowd used in any Disney film.
#6. They changed the title late
“Rapunzel Unbraided” had become “Rapunzel,” and then another name change was announced. This time, they decided to call it, yes, “Tangled.” Part of the party line from Disney was that they considered the film a two-hander between Rapunzel and Flynn, so they didn’t want just to call it “Rapunzel.” Another assertion is that Disney was worried that a movie called “Rapunzel” would not appeal to boys, and they wanted it to be a film that appealed to a broader audience.
#7. In a scene where Rapunzel and Eugene are in the library…
In a scene where Rapunzel and Eugene are in the library, you can clearly see a book with a cover of ‘The Little Mermaid’. This is also a little crossover no one envisioned before. If you watch closely, you can also notice some nods to Disney classics like ‘Pinocchio’, ‘Sleeping Beauty’, ‘The Little Mermaid’, ‘Frozen’, and ‘Beauty and the Beast’.
#8. Rapunzel’s Favorite Treat
It was Hazelnut Soup that Mother Gothel is a master of making for Rapunzel. There are a lot of recipes for Rapunzel’s favorite food from Mother Gothel after the movie was released.
#9. The magic flower might cause both Rapunzel and her mother to be youthful forever.
Have you noticed that Rapunzel’s mother, Queen Arianna, hasn’t aged at all? King Frederic, Rapunzel’s father, has been shown to age in the short. While we do not know the exact ages of Rapunzel’s parents, the mother still looking youthful the day she gave birth to Rapunzel has led to some interesting theories.
#10. Rapunzel has always been barefoot
Up until the end of Tangled, Rapunzel has always been barefoot. Given, she was always up in the tower and never came out of it until Flynn showed up, having no shoes helps her move a bit faster without having to be constrained by high heels.
#11. Rapunzel’s voice actress, Mandy Moore, shares a trait with her.
Whenever Mandy performs, she usually prefers going barefoot just like Rapunzel. Another note is that Mandy also changed her hair from blonde to brown from time to time, just like how Rapunzel had blonde hair at first and then went back to brunette when Flynn cut her hair.
#12. The most expensive animated film of all time
All those years of production and all that time spent writing programs to animate hair cost a pretty penny. Reportedly, Tangled cost $260 million to make. It is the most expensive animated movie ever made, and one of the priciest films ever, full stop.
#13. Rapunzel is the head-and-neck-strongest princess.
Rapunzel’s hair has 100,000 strands and weighs up to 60-80 lbs. You have to give her props for having to deal with a lot of hair throughout her life. Maybe Rapunzel has magic attached to her hair, so she doesn’t struggle a lot with it.
#14. Rapunzel is ambidextrous.
She happens to be ambidextrous, but in crucial situations, she is shown using her left hand as a preference. As to where she got it from, it would most likely have to be her mother. Even though we don’t see much of the Queen on-screen, she has been shown holding baby Rapunzel with her left hand and reaching out to her face with her left hand.
#15. Moore and Levi didn’t love their work at first
After doing all their recording and waiting out the animation, Moore and Levi got to see the finished version of Tangled. Their response? Negative, at least toward their own work. Moore said she thought she sounded “shrill,” while Levi said he thought his voice work was “incredibly nasally.”
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Here’s What Disney Princesses Would Actually Look Like If They Were Historically Accurate
Disney’s popular animated movies are set in different old times throughout history. Recently, several are slightly present-day more than others, but they mostly took place in the distant past, in a faraway land. Even though our favorite Disney movies’ princesses may have beautiful outfits and the main characters look modernly magnificent, it doesn’t necessarily mean they are the most authentic.
Disney gives a thousand shreds of information about the set time and places of their famous movies, which are mainly based on fairy tales. Therefore, it is easy for talented artists in cyberspace to imagine what these characters would have looked like if they were truly historical people. It doesn’t mean they hate Disney’s works. They are purely curious and interested in their own ideas.
Please take a look at our short selection below! Then, you will see for yourself if you find Disney designing the characters’ visuals acceptable or if they are totally misinterpreted.
#1. Tiana – the movie is set in the 1920s, New Orleans.
Compare Tiana’s outfits.
#2. Belle – she came from the 17th to 18th century in France.
Disney’s design versus what Belle would have looked like in real life.
#3. Pocahontas – She was born in 1596, Native American woman
Look at their outfits, side by side.
#4. Snow White – she would probably wear women’s dresses during the 1500s in Germany.
Compare the dresses
#5. Princess Aurora – she would probably be wearing dresses from 1300 A.D.
Now, compare the two dresses.
#6. Princess Jasmine – The costume is inspired by the clothes of Middle East Asian women in 300 A.D.
Compare the outfits side by side.
Do you think the new drawings earn credit for the characters as they are supposed to be like these? Or do you finally choose to team up with the old Disney works? We are waiting to hear from you. Sound off in the comment section and don’t forget to hit the like-share button!