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Saddest Disney songsJust to make some people have a little weep and because we love chatting about Disney, which are your saddest Disney songs/moments?
-Candle On The Water (Pete's Dragon): I can't exactly explain why this song moves me so much. I think how soft the melody is and how flowing the lyrics go. Listen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zifZnkKxiro&feature=related
-Love Is A Song (reprise) (Bambi): This movie pretty much makes me tear up at anything. But the ending the most. After so much frightening events, the fact that Bambi at the end finishes just how it started, sweet and innocent; even after his brave mother's passing, it's so strong. The reprise itself sounds more powerful and full of sorrow, even though it's taking about the power of love and how it'll never leave. I just can't. Check it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5UASI5rY7A&feature=related (You can guess that I'm really fond of good mothers in fiction who sacrifice for their kids and are remembered for it)
Mother my dearly belovedMother
My dear guardian
Kept me safe and unharmed
Through the harshness of winter
Left me by saving me
Giving your most valued gift
I now walk alone
Through the snow
In my mind it still echos
Your voice calling sweetly to me
And as I look up to the buck
Called by you the Great Prince
I wonder where you are now
If you're thinking of me
As much as I think of you
Mother, where are you?
Disney reviews- PinocchioDisney reviews- n2- Pinocchio
Whew, sorry for having on hiatus this project, but I've dealing with other stuff in the time being. Silly excuses later, on with the review!
Presented in 1940, Disney's second animated film was Pinocchio. Based on the novel by Carlo Collodi with the same name (rather, The Adventures of Pinocchio), it's quite different from the original source, but still strong enough to stand on its own.
The story is about an old kind wood-carver named Gepetto who wishes to have a son of his own. One night, The Blue Fairy appears and grants his wish, giving life to his newly made puppet, Pinocchio. Then the Fairy assigns a cricket named Jimminy Cricket to be Pino's conscience and show him what's morally right. For Pinocchio to be able to be an actual boy he must be brave, truthful and unselfish. The rest of the story is Pino's quest to be a human boy.
Now, about this film, it's actually pretty good storywise and character-wise in comparision to its predecessor, Snow White.
Fairytale part 5On this chapter I'll talk about Themyscira, the third most important kingdom in the land after Metropola-Kryptona and Gothalica. What set the difference between this kingdom and the other two (and, probably, the rest of the kingdoms in the land) was that its entire population consisted of female living beings. Mind you, the animals and magical creatures like griffins and Pegasus were of both sexes (to reproduce of course, so the humans wouldn't starve), but the ones resembling human beings were all women.
These were the Amazons, proud warrior women who lived without men, embracing strongly their traditions, culture and sisterhood.
These women and their kingdom was more antique than Gothalica or Metropola-Kryptona, which were based more on the technological advances for the better of the kingdom, while Themyscira based their society and economy on magic, ancient but effective battle techniques, the crafting of weapons and some advanced technology. Overall, while it was a bit
DCU-PokemonDC Heroes and Pokemon.
Inspired by /co/kemon on tumblr and a few clever ideas here and there, I've gotten this idea of putting DC characters with a pokemon partner that matches him the most. Yes, it's quite silly, and stupid, and dear god I do not continue my previous work; I easily get distracted. Still, you must admit, sometimes these little crossovers are fun.
Superman: Hard one. Maybe some of the dragons or legendaries I'm thinking he fits either a Dragonite or a Latios. Both species posses many of Clark's powers, and some traits similar to his own: the whole thing of being calm in normal cases but dangerous in battles, saving innocent people from dying Yeah, I think so.
Batman: Zubat/Golbat/Crobat line. Is that even a question? XD Well, if you want more details, perhaps something like a Lucario or a Cobalon (fighting and steel, alludes to his martial arts training and his weapons like batarangs and so), or a dark-themed pokemon (to scare the cowardly
Fairytale part 4Speedara:
A species of the Fire Feline family, it looks like a cheetah with part of its fur made of fire. This animal lives in the warm zones of the land, where the sun heats the most (think of like Africa in our world).
One of its extraordinary qualities is its speed. It can run 120 km per hour, making it almost impossible to catch it. Luckily it cannot climb at all, so it mostly stays/lives on firm land; so you won't find one of these in a mountain, say. You find them mostly in savannas and orange meadows.
Its fiery fur can resist any weather or condition, so if it passes through a river the fire of its body won't put down. The reason why the Speedara prefers to live on warm zones is due to the high temperature around the place, it helps increase the level of heat its fire-fur can have. The more heated its fur is, the better, since then it can attack with the fur if endangered and warm itself if its body temperature is low.
A difference to note between the males and the females is th
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