has been nominated for Best Animated Feature at the Golden Globes!

It is a movie that really belongs to the Internet era we live in. In this film, logos of almost all the world’s famous Internet companies are shown! By creating a materialized Internet world for audiences, Disney’s imagination in the film is as amazing as ever, and many details of the wonderful design are excellent. Besides, the film presents everyday life highly involved with the Internet in the contemporary world, which gives the film more meanings. 

At the same time, the film still put the story primary firmly on the emotions of roles. The narration is not completely full of dense jokes. With the “two town youths entering the metropolitan” story as the framework, it perfectly tells the audience that “friendship is not about acquisitiveness and best friend does not have to hold the same dream”.

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Plus, Disney showed a kind of self-mocking spirit in this film, by making fun of many settings in its previous films, especially the Disney Princess series.

In a sense, the film has succeeded in creating new female images that are more in line with the times for Disney princesses.

And today I’m going to share some lines from the Disney Princesses scene with you:

Vanellope: Whoa, whoa, ladies, I can explain! See, um… I’m a princess, too!

Anna: Wait. What?

Vanellope: Yeah! Princess Vanellope von Schweetz of the, uh… Sugar Rush von Schweetzes? I’m sure you’ve heard of us. It’d be embarrassing for you if you haven’t.

[laughs nervously]

Pocahontas: What kind of a princess are you?

Vanellope: What kind?

Rapunzel: Do you have magic hair?

Vanellope: No.

Elsa: Magic hands?

Vanellope: No.

Cinderella: Do animals talk to you?

Vanellope: No.

Snow White: Were you poisoned?

Vanellope: No!

AuroraTiana: Cursed?

Vanellope: No!

RapunzelBelle: Kidnapped or enslaved?

Vanellope: No! Are you guys okay? Should I call the police?

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Let’s call it a day! If you haven’t seen this film, go to see it on weekends!

See U next time!

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