As the end of May – the designated Disney month here on Shadoweye Fiction – approaches, I thought I’d list my top 25 Disney songs.
This is not an explanation of what, or how, but of why. Why do fans make such complicated theories?
Happy Friday – and May the Fourth be with you! Since today’s post lines up with Star Wars day, I…
Anyone paying attention can see what an effect Disney has on it’s young audiences. Most children are introduced to Disney at a young age, during a vital developmental period in their lives. These children are inexperienced and innocent, and what is taught during this point in their lives stick.
Recently, while obsessively playing Disney songs on repeat, I started to notice that Disney tends to use repetition in the lyrics of different songs to show character and plot development.
he problem with movies is that it’s hard to make your own decisions about it if your boycotting it, and that’s how you end up making a mountain of a molehill.
For about a month now, all I’ve been hearing about is Disney’s first “openly gay character” in the movie Beauty and the Beast. Most of the articles were about negative reactions, specifically parents. Many complained that it was implanting thoughts into children’s brains, or asking what they would tell their children, etc…