Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Things I learn from Disney Movies

Yes Yes Yes!!! I still enjoy watching Disney Movies. Apparently there are thousands of Disney Movies.
 And I have not even watched say 50% of them. (Refer Wikipedia for the complete list). The best part about them is they are a complete family entertainer.

The recent movie Maleficent has changed my opinion about good and evil. Disney has brought out an evil character out of a book and painted her white by giving justification for her actions ( I used to wonder why would she just come and curse a baby without any reason).

Evil and good are just opinions and perspective of people. There is a logical reasoning for everyone's action. So we can't judge someone just based on a few actions. If we carry our lives just according to what others expect we are good, or we are either mocked at or worse our opinions are not even worth considering (They just curse our eccentric thoughts).

1. Princess and The Frog

We all are familiar with the tale. But the movie doesn't suggest that all frogs are Prince's. It goes to give us the best message that your dreams come true with hard work. She worked hard each day of her life to build her own restaurant. 

2. Pinocchio

Honesty is the best policy. Or else just watch out for your nose. Lies keep building up. Thanks to Jiminy Cricket and his guidance.

3. Frozen

Stop Caring what everyone else thinks. Unchain yourself from your inner struggle. The song goes on something like this.

"The fears that once controlled me, can't get to me at all. It's time to see what I can do, to test the limits and break through. No right, no wrong, no rules for me. I am free!"

4. Rapunzel

She was locked up in the tower for 18 years. And she kept herself busy with hobbies like dancing, painting, baking, reading, singing, astronomy, playing, Ventriloquy and what not. She doesn't have time to spare. So keep yourself busy all the time. 

5. Snow White

Looks do not matter. Even her evil step mother was as beautiful as snow white. Lack of compassion and kindness lead to complication.