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Today, several months after Brave premiered in theaters, Disney made the exciting announcement that Merida would become the 11th Disney princess on May 11th. Which is great for the self-esteem of girls with unruly hair everywhere! Also for single ladies who are looking to be named a princess without having to pay for an expensive HeirAndASpareDating.com membership. More
We’re kind of in love with these movie heroine-themed mock-ups of cheesy hair dye boxes. Now you too can get CGI red curls or look almost as good as Emma Stone does as a blonde! More
Now that every single movie gets released in 3D, the concept’s getting kind of stale. Like how many, “lol, do I look like a hipster” jokes can you really make with your 3D glasses when you’re waiting for the movie to start? More
This weekend Entertainment Weekly, a publication/website I usually respect, wrote an article titled, “Could the Heroine of Pixar’s Brave be Gay?” In honor of pride weekend. When I saw the title, I hesitantly clicked on it. Maybe, I thought, just maybe I’m about to read a wonderfully satircial essay about lesbian stereotypes and the overanalysis of childrens’ films. But no. Instead of breaking any new ground, it just retread on tired cliches about lesbian behavior.
I went into Brave fully expecting to see a cutesy children’s film full of whimsical moments, charming animals and a forgettable soundtrack. “Meh,” I thought to myself, “it will be a fun way to waste an evening.” I left with a heart full of hope for the future of female heroines in movies as well as a new appreciation for my untamed hair. More
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Pixar’s next movie is a medieval flick called Brave, and it happens to be the studio’s very first feature with a female protagonist. The main character in this film is Merida, a fiery-haired Scottish princess who goes into battle armed with her trusty bow and arrow. More
My coworker received this letter from a family member that now lives in New York City. I thought the photo and message were very poignant for today. It’s hard to tell in the image, but the picture hanging on the … More