nahveen:

Disney Villains Week: Day 4: Most Evil/Disgusting Villain
➸ Maleficent - Sleeping Beauty (1959)

"The princess shall indeed grow in grace and beauty, beloved by all who know her. But… before the sun sets on her 16th birthday, she shall prick her finger, on the spindle of a spinning wheel - AND DIE!"

Disney Villains Week » Day Three: Favorite Villain’s Clothing

The Evil Queen’s Outfit

disney-bliss:

ra-punze-l’s Disney Villains Week: Day two
  ↳ Favorite villain song: Friends on the Other Side

brokensmolders:

BROTHER BEAR APPRECIATION WEEK

Day Two — Favorite Minor Character(s): Rutt & Tuke

sheerdisneymagic:

sabryth:

apricotedits:

Disney Name Meme | A u d r e y

first letter → a favorite character: Aladdin

I love this movie but how does no one notice that Aladdin doesn’t actually seem to have anything more to him? Like, what is the more that is there? The fact that he’s not hungry for money and power?

Aladdin went hungry so that children could have at least something to eat. He saved them from being trampled. He was the diamond in the ruff that could enter the Cave of Wonders. He was surrounded by gold and jewels, things that could make his starvation and poverty go away in an instant, and he didn’t even consider taking anything but the lamp. Aladdin was willing to give up the girl of his dreams and a cushy life as a prince just to keep his promise to Genie and set him free. 

It’s not that he wasn’t hungry for money and power, but that he valued his morals and friendship more than he valued a better life for himself.

I’d say he’s a lot more than just a street rat.

Life’s not a spectator sport. If watching is all you’re gonna do, then you’re gonna watch your life go by without you.

Imagine someone’s going to get murdered at a wedding, who exactly would you pick?

Hello. Are you ready for the story? This is the story of Sir Boast-a-lot. Sir Boast-a-lot was the bravest and cleverest knight of the round table but soon the other knights began to grow tired of his stories about how brave he was and how many dragons he’d slain. And soon they began to wonder: “Are Sir Boast-a-lot’s stories even true?” Oh no… So, one of the knights went to King Arthur and said: “I don’t believe Sir Boast-a-lot’s stories, he’s just a big old liar who makes things up to make himself look good.” And then even the King began to wonder… But that wasn’t the end of Sir Boast-a-lot’s problems. No. That wasn’t the final problem. The End.