Typically, Disney movies are known for the typical princess and prince love story and are solely based around the man and woman main characters falling in love with each other. However, instead the movie revolves around more important things like diversity and friendships. This film teaches an important lesson that just because people are different doesn’t mean you should treat them any differently than a normal person. An example of that is the unique bond between Olaf and Anna. Olaf is a snowman who Anna brought to life and he has dreams of being able to bask in the sun.
It is said that the people in the community don’t have emotions, but in the movie it seems like there are more emotions that shouldn’t be there. The relationship between Jonas, Fiona, and Asher is an example of this. While the three might have been friends in both, in the movie Asher and Fiona break many rules for Jonas. Even though, if they didn’t have emotions then they shouldn’t have felt the need to break those rules for him. Since Jonas’ community is not supposed to have emotions and color, I feel that the book’s plot is a better representation of this.
This flies in the face of conventional wisdom which suggests that if you are good you go to heaven, otherwise you won’t but Faust proves that in this situation its to not be the case. Since he was striving for happiness when he got caught up with Margareta and was trying to better the people with his project and got the couple killed, he may not be a “good” guy but he kept on trying and never grew
Equality does this by when he first falls in love with Liberty, he is obsessed. However, when his invention is rejected by the council, he starts to realize he doesn’t need to be in a group and in result, starts to love Liberty less. When he understand individuality fully, he becomes very selfish and doesn’t care for Liberty at all and thinks of her as an object. Equality felt he needed to be with a group and with Liberty. Through his journey he discovered that he doesn’t need to be with a group and can be independent.
Well, by people, of course! Take Dill harris for example: in Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird Dill portrays perfect examples of key character traits for an enjoyable world. Quick witted, Dill Harris gets into plenty of trouble, for he will not hessitate to lay down a big lie at the drop of a hat, yet sometimes this will help him get out of inevetable spankings. Sopntanious, creative, and loving, Dill lives an enjoyable life to watch and adds much life to Harper Lee's fantastic book. It does not take long to
Disney created the film Beauty and the Beast without a narrator to allow viewers to interpret the dialogue and actions of the many characters on their own. The film is essentially made for entertainment purposes, but it does contain themes that are educational in the sense that it teach life lessons involving love and judging others by appearances. The theme of love teaches viewers that it can be unexpected and unorthodox. Then, the film teaches the audience to not judge others by looks because Belle judges the Beast by his wild appearance but soon regrets her judgments when she learns he is kind.
Disney creates an imaginative land in the minds of the children that the can do whatever, and be whatever they want, they are only limited by their imagination. Disney creates a mindset that anything is possible and that fairytales do come true. When children watch Disney movies, they form a Utopia an imaginary word in which everything is good and there are no problems and even if there are the people can always win. When I was young I was fascinated by the Disney movies and I still am. They provide us with a perception of a better life.
This quote is important to keep thought of because some men can be very open minded and pleasing, but men only care about getting woman pregnant and leaving them afterwards. A complete definition of love being a joke can allow us to understand how people are very self centered. Love suppose to be a way to show affection and not to think of love as a joke but to think of as a serious concept. Love is pleasing but at times, love can be risky due to how love can blind people. With the characteristics of love, people enjoy love but in The Tragedy Romeo and Juliet, the story slightly shows how uneducated people are when they discover love.
Disney made his version friendlier to young children. Also, the Disney version was the first Disney movie made on VHS in the late 1900’s. Walt Disney always seems to make his fairy tales end in the “happily ever after” way. “This is a characteristic of many of Disney’s stories as they go from rags to riches” (Parkinson, p. 1). Also, Disney’s version is more playful and light in the way that children could watch and not be scared.
For many of us, Walt Disney Pictures have played a large part in our childhood. Giroux (1995) even goes as far as saying that Disney are just as useful as school teachers and parents at teaching values and morals to younger children. Throughout Disney movies, important life lessons and messages are constantly being put across; whether it being Rapunzel telling us that sometimes, feeling the fear and letting go of familiarity can allow us to move forward and experience new and better things (Walt Disney Pictures, Tangled, 2010) or Timon from the Lion King sending out the positive message of 'Hakuna Matata', meaning no matter how hard life gets, you can always pull through (Walt Disney Pictures, The Lion King, 1994). For the past century, many children have looked up to Disney characters with great admiration. Although these characters may have taught us lessons and inspired us to aim for our dreams, they may have also subliminally encouraged us to believe even more in the 'beauty goodness' stereotype.