Posts by: Leah
Hi! I'm Leah!
Hi! I'm Leah!
“Love is a song that never ends.”
Well, except when —
Sorry, should have said spoilers. Moving right along. Read More…
Yeah, I know. I promised a full report about a month ago. But I’m a really bad Zazu.
Honestly, besides my usual delays, I just have been having a really hard time expressing my feelings for this show.
Because every time I start to talk about it, I start re-enacting the whole damn thing and praise it compulsively for several hours. Read More…
Guys. The Muppets are getting their own TV show!! Praise Henson!
But here’s the description the ABC executive gave for the TV show.
“The Muppets return to prime time with a contemporary, documentary-style show that—for the first time ever—will explore the Muppets’ personal lives and relationships, both at home and at work, as well as romances, break-ups, achievements, disappointments, wants and desires; a more adult Muppet show, for kids of all ages.”
ABC chief Paul Lee also added this nugget of a quote. This new TV show is “not your grandmother’s Muppets.”
There are a lot of Disney movies, especially in recent past, that, though they’re wonderful movies, get a lot more hype than they really deserve.
Then there are these movies. Stellar little gems that are unfortunately overlooked and under-appreciated. I don’t just like these movies — I am passionately obsessed and if you disagree with any on this list, I will meet you with pistols at dawn.
Or balloon swords. Yeah, balloon swords are better.
We all knew this was coming, guys. But I don’t know if any of us were quite prepared.
— Oh My Disney (@OhMyDisney) March 12, 2015
And I think this pretty much summarizes the Disnerd reaction:
Yeah, Disney is returning to the sequel game. And, although they’ve regained my trust in a lot of ways, they have not yet earned back the sequels rights. So, the following are the only acceptable plots that would make me actively look forward to Frozen 2: The Quest for More Merchandise. Read More…
When Disney wants to sell you something for an obscene amount of money, they always cite the “Disney Difference.” The extra touch of magic, that peppy smile from the cast members, that further mile they go to make your vacation a truly special one.
We Disney bloggers and super-fans like to throw this phrase right back in their faces whenever Disney does something we don’t like. I’m no exception.
But I was never made more astutely aware of how phenomenal the Disney Difference truly can be than the first time I visited Disney as a disabled person.
And, honestly, that’s part of what I love about Disney. I love the thrill of a fast paced vacation where you soak in as much magic as possible.
But this past trip, my family and I decided to do it a little differently. We decided to…take. our. time.
All the cool kids come late to the game.
I totally missed the deadline on this one, but it’s villains. How could I resist!? Read More…
Guys. It’s no secret. I’m a capital F Feminist.
Friendly reminder that feminism means economic, social, and political equality of the sexes and doesn’t involve humorless man-haters who think males should be kept underground and used only for breeding purposes like Time Magazine would have you believe. But I digress.
I also love Disney. That one should also be obvious. I mean, I have a blog about it.
So when I watch the original princess movies, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, etc, I get a little angsty at the anti-feminist messages the movies portray. As I’ve grown older, though, I’ve come to appreciate the benefits and occasional positive lessons to be learned from these movies as long as they’re given the proper context by the parents who introduce them. I’ve even come to genuinely like Snow White.
But there is one princess who defies salvation. Nothing can pardon her egregious sins against the cause for true equality of the sexes. Dat bitch? Read More…