I’m a fan of all things Disney(not so much Hannah Montana, but hey, I can’t like everything, right) So, last night I was looking up some info on Transformers 2: Revengeof the Fallen (that’s what it’s called…for now). In my search, I came across an article saying how racist and unrealistic movies are today. Specifically referring to each Disney princess. WTF?!? I can’t find the site, but here’s what I can recall about what was said about each princess.
She’s fat! WTF?!? I’m not 100% sure, but I seem to recall her age being between 14-16, so of course she’s gonna have some meat on her bones. When did that become so wrong? Also, she’s far from being fat.
Can;t remember exactly what was said about her, but it was something about the blonde hair and blue eyes. Is there something wrong with that? Was she supposed to have the same hair and eyes as Snow White?
She’s a clumsy, lazy bitch! Apparently, pricking your finger on a spinning wheel makes you clumsy and lazy.
**Side Note…according to my Disney group Maleficient seems to be the consensus fav villain followed by Scar, Jafar, and Hades**
She’s too skinny and needs to put some clothes on. I agree she could do with some meat on her bones, but she swims around all day. Is she supposed to look like Ursala? As far as the needing to put some clothes on…well, when was the last time you saw a mermaid swimming around with a flannel shirt on or something? Seriously!
Chances are you don’t know who this is. She’s from The Black Cauldron (not exactly the most popular of the Disney movies)
Anyway, the complaint about her was her name wasn’t easily said and she was another blonde. Her name!?!? Seriously?!? Next!
I remember this one almost word for word…She’s showing too much skin, she’s not dark enough, shes not wearing a veil, her hair isn’t long enough, and she doesn’t have a mid-eastern accent, and she’s too voluptuous and bouncy. My guess is that whoever wrote that article I was looking at last night must’ve been of Mid Eastern/Indian decent, becuse it sounded like he was deeply offended by the site of her.
She’s a slut. Umm…not quite sure I agree…but I don’t totally disagree, but that’s her character.
She can’t dance and there were no gypsies in France. I’m not so sure about there not being gypsies in France, since she is a character in the actual book, and as far as the not being able to dance…well, that sounds like he was just trying to find something to pick on her about
She’s too “mannish”. OMG! She’s impersonate a man to save her father, of course shes gonna be mannish. WTF?!?
I don’t too much care for this movie, but still, there’s no need to say she needs to lose some muscle tone because she looks like an Amazon bodybuilder type rather than a Native American princess. She’s supposed to have some definition, like Ariel, she doesn’t just sit around a castle all day, but to call her an Amazon is ridiculous.
As with Snow White, he seems to think they’re fat. Unlike with Snow White, they’re supposed to be a little more “realistic”. Of course, the artist that drew them also seems to like drawing big butts…lol
yes…this will be a 2-d hand drawn movie *GASP*
His complaint was that she looks like an ape from the side and has too many ethnic features. Of course, I could go on for a whole different blog on the stuff I’ve heard and read about people complaining about this one and how many times they’ve changed it. My personal opinion is there’s nothing wrong with her, and until the move actually comes out, there’s no reason to complain
She’s not blonde, she looks too fat, her hair is too short, and Kristin Chenowith’s (Glinda from Wicked and she also is in Pushing Daisies) voice is going to drive him insane. Ok…dude complains about the others being blonde, but has a cow about Rapunzel? From this pic, you can’t even really see how long her hair is. I would wager this is early on and her hair gets longer later on. Not going to dignify the weight comment. She thinner than Snow White. WTF?!? As far as Kristin Chenowith…I can see how it can get annoying, but so can anyone else’s .
So, as you can see. The guy that wrote this had some issues. Notice Tinkerbell was left off. He had nothing bad to say about her. It was actually quite graphic in the praise he gave about her and what he wanted to do to her. I’ll leave it at that.
I respect other people’s opinions and all, but good grief, there’s no need to go about criticizing stuff just for the sake of it. Each of these characters was created by different artists ant different periods of time and also represent different cultures and eras. The Disney people knew what they were doing when they created them. Besides, they’re for enjoyment and entertainment, not criticizing.