Her friend’s family host a party one night and for Prince Naveen, when a magician turns the Prince into a frog. Prince Naveen convinces Tiana that if she would kiss him, he would turn back into a Prince and he would help her open her own restaurant. Well, after the kiss not only did Prince Naveen not turn back into a Prince, but Tiana was suddenly a frog. The two of them then set out to find a voodoo
In the movie, Princess Tiana is turned into a frog after kissing a prince who was cursed by the shadow man, after traveling through the bayou in search of a voodoo lady to change her back she discovers that the key to being human again was in front of her all along. She marries the prince and becomes a real princess and as she kisses him they both become human again. Though the story does not display Tiana as a character nor does it show how the frog became a frog. The youngest daughter from the story met the frog by the fountain after losing a ball. She promised him that if he retrieves her ball from the water that she would take him to her home.
When her father, King Triton, forbids her to go on land, Ariel visits Ursula who her father had banished. She fell in love with a Human Prince and makes a deal with Ursula to let her be a human for 3 days. Both movies have role models but Mulan is a good role model for teenager. What makes Mulan a better role model is not easily influenced by people around her, she makes sacrifice for other people and makes
Secondly, the poem to alludes to the commonly known fairy-tale, “The Princess and the Frog”. “The Princess and the Frog,” tells of a common girl who believes in being something bigger than herself, kissing the frog and finding true love. She only becomes a princess because she is willing to take the risk. However, in Machan’s version, the maid refuses to see herself in a bigger light, she refuses to believe she can be more than what her reality is. She states, “Me, a princess” (11).
Summary The princess was out throwing her ball and she lost it. A Frog came along and offers to find it under one condition. They made a deal saying that the Princess had to love him and she said she 'll do whatever he wants as long as she got her ball, so the Frog went to get her ball. That night the Frog went to her castle and knocks on the door for the Princess to let him in. For three nights in a row, the Frog came back knocking on her door to let him in so they can sleep together.
The poem “Hazel Tells Laverne” harbors the same basic principles as the story “The Frog Princess” by the Grimm Brothers. In the fairytale the princess must let a frog stay with her and she must take care of him for three days, and if she kisses him the frog will turn into a handsome prince. In the poem the frog offers Hazel the chance to become a princess if she kisses him. Hazel has to flush the frog down the toilet three times before he disappears (Machan 22-23). The number three is a common feature between the two works but unlike the fairy tale, the poem does not have a happy ending.
Disney's The Princess and the Frog (2009) can be seen as a film breaking racial barriers in the animated film industry where many film spectators disregard the many misconceptions of voodoo presented. Tiana was a poor African American girl living in New Orleans in the 1920s and her dream one day was to open a restaurant, but she has no capital. Her plans are subverted when both the prince and Tiana is turned into frogs by an evil voodoo doctor. To revert the spell, Prince Naveen and Tiana goes on a journey to find Mama Odie, a voodoo queen. Eventually, they fall in love and is married, subsequently breaking the voodoo spell with a kiss.
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Hi Aleida Lopez, The story Rapunzel Fairy Tale is also one of the famous fairy tales that I like, and I have seen this movie twice. Rapunzel is based on the main character in the Grimm brothers “Brothers and Sisters” same name. In the Disney version, Rapunzel, a long and magical blonde princess, was stolen from the king and queen at an early age and was raised by a feminine Gothel mother, who took advantage of the healing power of her hair to keep her young forever. Detained in a tower hidden in the jungle for eighteen years, unaware of his royal identity, Rapunzel thanks to the help of a thief named Flynn Rider to go see lantern dropping on the occasion of her birthday.
In The Mermaid’s Sister, by Carrie Anne Noble, the main two characters Maren and Clara are raised as sisters by Auntie Verity, who is a specialist at potions for illnesses. Both children came to her as babies. Maren came by a clam shell and Clara came by a stork. The main issue in the book is Maren is changing into a mermaid. Clara does not want her to become a mermaid.
“The Little Mermaid” is a fictional show fantasy and magical aspects according to many reviews about the Broadway production and the website. For example, one of the biggest hints is that main characters are merfolk and talking fish. Another example is how Ursula uses magic to transform Ariel 's tail into legs and takes away her voice and stores it in a seashell. That can and would never happen in the real world. The sea creatures helped stop a big wedding on a ship is a great example of fantasy.
An archetype is a recurring idea that seems to appear in many different forms of literature. Every fairy tale ever has the same recognizable archetype of love vs. hate or good vs. evil. This has to be one of the most known and prominent themes of literature. Most forms of literature apply this concept, sometimes in different ways. For instance, in all of the Disney fairy tales, we have the same story line where the prince must save the princess, or overcome the wicked queen.
The minds of children are like sponges, absorbing everything they hear, touch, and see. They are consciously taught ideas in school and participate in subconscious learning of moral behaviors and attitudes outside of the classroom. Disney is undeniably a large part of most children’s subconscious learning. Regardless of the movie, children are internalizing stereotypes of what princesses and princes do and what they look like. Before 2009, the stereotypical princess was a character being of lighter skin, dependent on men, and being of privileged descent.
Princess Tiana is a character I am very fond of based on her hard work mentality and unique desire to own her own restaurant when she grows up. Although she encounters many hardships, she ultimately gains from these trials and becomes more successful than she imagined. Her family supports her and her dreams to have her own family restaurant one day. Working so hard, she often fails to let herself have fun. Although naïve Tiana accidentally turns herself into a frog, this incident is where her adventure truly begins.
The two stories, The Masque of the Red Death, and Hop-Frog were written by Edgar Allen Poe in 1842 and 1849 respectively. The movie adaptation of these two stories was directed by Roger Corman and released in 1964. The film chose a radical approach, mostly because of the added characters, new details, and a different storyline. First of, the characters of Francesca, Gino, Lodovico and Juliana were completely fabricated on not at all based on any character from either story. The only main characters in Masque were Prince Prospero, and in Hop-Frog, it was the jokester king, Hop-Frog, and the dancer.