anon asked: rapunzel’s short hair or long hair or braided hair

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Disney + Magical Body Transformations

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Disney posters by Tom Whalen

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I will never pass for a perfect bride. Or a perfect daughter.

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guiltyhipster:

This is actually a fantastic part of the movie because Pixar is giving the viewers a gentle reminder of what real life is like. Accidents happen, even to good people, and you can’t make it a tragedy if you have to dip into your savings to repair the damage. You just have to keep moving forward, work hard, and hope for the best. 

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The Kingdoms of Disney. ✨

Neverland is no kingdom.  The ideal of freedom that children wish to be true is present there, placing a ruler over Neverland would be in direct antithesis to the concept of it.  Sure there is a captain, a chief, and a leader of the Lost boys, but these are all areas where young boys go to get lost in their times in the nursery…they are not looking to return to reality where there is a king to serve when the duty calls for it.  It is a place where there are no rules, considering it a place such as a kingdom stops that possibility.

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make me choose: rapunzel or tiana

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Congratulations Disney’s Frozen: winner at the 86th Annual Academy Awards!

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Favorite Movies: Beauty and the Beast (1991)
"For who could ever learn to love a beast?"

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