ohcaptainmycaptain1918:

jibblyuniverse:

:)

this is it. this is Captain America: The Winter Soldier summed up

trust-me-im-satan:

when people start getting close to your friends

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Title: In My Own Little Corner
Artist: Paige Faure
Played: 2753 times

nastyinthosekhakis:

In My Own Little Corner - Paige Faure’s first performace (6/13/14)

I’ve never actually listened to Paige before, but HOLY CRAP her voice sounds EXACTLY like mine (way more talented and polished of course)

like, creepily so.

gives me hope.


stormbeyondthewall:

shining-magically:

goingdownthebayou:

thescarredprincess:

haildisney:

I find it semi ironic that the Princess and the Frog was built up to be amazing, and blow everyone away, and Tangled, a film that didn’t have that in its marketing, ended up blowing people away, while Princess and the Frog was seen as a moderate success. Still like the movie though! 

It’s because Princess and the Frog was built up TOO much to the point that the reality, while amazing, didn’t live up to the hype. Tangled on the other hand, BECAUSE of not having that in it’s marketing was able to succeed on its own. Had they not hyped Princess and the Frog so much it probably have done a lot better.

The hype was the return to hand drawn animation, fairytale stories, and musical format. As well as an addition to the Disney Princess franchise in 11 years. Tangled never needed to set all that, which is why it never got that type of hype. Tangled’s marketing for the longest time was trying to hide that fact that it was a musical, the whole “appeal to boys” push. But agreed, the hype set high expectations. It’s interesting to see in the tags people revisiting the film now and saying “I like it much better than when I first saw it in theatres”

I expected it to be wonderful and amazing

and then I went to see it in theaters

and it was everything I expected it to be

then I saw it 8 more times

then I saw it 8 more times

half the domestic gross was me and it deserved every penny

pukegirl1:

relentlessconfuzzlement:

Sailing Stones, Unexplained Natural Phenomenon. 

the pioneers used to ride these babies for miles

July 23 | 8:42 | 69630ღ | lysnk2 | oddee.com

goingdownthebayou:

thescarredprincess:

haildisney:

I find it semi ironic that the Princess and the Frog was built up to be amazing, and blow everyone away, and Tangled, a film that didn’t have that in its marketing, ended up blowing people away, while Princess and the Frog was seen as a moderate success. Still like the movie though! 

It’s because Princess and the Frog was built up TOO much to the point that the reality, while amazing, didn’t live up to the hype. Tangled on the other hand, BECAUSE of not having that in it’s marketing was able to succeed on its own. Had they not hyped Princess and the Frog so much it probably have done a lot better.

The hype was the return to hand drawn animation, fairytale stories, and musical format. As well as an addition to the Disney Princess franchise in 11 years. Tangled never needed to set all that, which is why it never got that type of hype. Tangled’s marketing for the longest time was trying to hide that fact that it was a musical, the whole “appeal to boys” push. But agreed, the hype set high expectations. It’s interesting to see in the tags people revisiting the film now and saying “I like it much better than when I first saw it in theatres”

I expected it to be wonderful and amazing

and then I went to see it in theaters

and it was everything I expected it to be

then I saw it 8 more times

Anonymous:You should draw a puma wearing puma shoes.

disneylawyer:

it’s tough to be a bug in this economy