Keeping The Same Tabs Open For 9 Days Straight Because They Contain Information Relevant To Tasks You’re Too Lazy To Complete - A novel by me
Not Reopening Them After The Browser Finally Crashes Because You’ve Forgotten Why They Were There - the sequel
i want there to be a really awesome rebellious “strong and silent” anime character and later it is revealed that it’s not that they’re mysterious or cool tHEY JUST DON’T SPEAK A WORD OF JAPANESE AND THEY HAVE LITERALLY NO IDEA WHAT ANYONE IS SAYING
the animators for this movie had a snowflake generator so that every single snowflake in the movie was different and if you don’t think that’s really punk rock idk what to tell u
shame they couldn’t do that with women’s faces
Really, though, how dare they take Queen Elizabeth 1 and turn her into another lovesick woman waiting for her beloved Doctor?
Queen Elizabeth 1 who did not marry because she considered herself married to her country. Queen Elizabeth 1 who did not marry because she had seen what became of her poor half sister Mary who lost the support of the people and almost suffered a rebellion when she married a Spanish royal. Queen Elizabeth 1 who did not marry because she believed that to be a fair and just leader, she could not let her heart rule her head. Queen Elizabeth 1 who did not marry because was abused by a man she was supposed to be able to trust in her early teens. Elizabeth 1 whose mother was brutally slaughtered by her husband and so did not trust in love.
It’s insulting and poor sexist writing to disregard that important choice on her behalf. It’s upsetting, and predictable, and everything I expected from Steven Moffat, who cannot seem to write a significant female character who isn’t in love, obsessed with, or entirely reliant on the Doctor.
Aaaaaaall right, so, HERE is my take on what could have been an alternate concept for Disney’s upcoming Frozen movie. All the usual disclaimers about how I have no problem with Disney itself, I just think there are places other than Europe to set an animated movie, and the This Could Have Been Frozen project is a nice way to stretch the design muscles and give a little love where it is well past due.
I know lots of people count Kuzco as a South American princess, but, well, I don’t, so I thought putting something set in the Andes (specifically the Argentina stretch) would be something fun, and different, and give lots of opportunities for bright colors and impressive, snowy expanses.