Here’s a little list of the most underrated Disney films of all time. Some may have recieved amazing critic reviews, but just wasn’t loved by the audience, or vice versa. 866 more words
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Photo from broadwaymusicalhome.com. I don’t own it, Professor Google just found it for me.
Sorry for the delay with this one… I’ve been working crazy hard this past week getting a story ready for submission to the podcast Cast of Wonders’ flash fiction contest over at the escape artists forums, and now I’m sick. 1,126 more words
It’s pretty amazing that the King Arthur legends have been around for about fifteen centuries- entertaining global audiences for nine- and still hold up today. Storytellers have drawn out many narratives from Arthurian legends, using various character point of views and a variety of mediums. 502 more words
Greetings, Glancers. Today I list my top 10 favourite Disney movies. Animated movies that is, as most of their non-animated stuff is muck. For almost a hundred years, Disney has been synonymous with animation and they have crafted some of the world’s most imaginative movies with stunning visuals, timeless stories, wicked villains, tireless heroes and heroines, and a multitude of memorable side characters and songs which have become cultural touchstones – there simply isn’t another company like it. 2,554 more words
I’ve attempted to read The Sword in the Stone, the first volume of T.H. White’s retelling of Malory’s Morte d’Arthur, twice in the past, but gave up in exasperation. 2,003 more words