Which is your favorite Disney film and why?
After a long deliberation, I finally selected The Gnome-Mobile. It's an older one, and the special effects may have left a bit to be desired, but it was a hilarious movie, especially the ending "Get the guy" contest. That was epic. Simply Epic.
Which is the most annoying/worst Disney film and why?
I could go the easy way and just say every movie that was adapted from a book or fairy tale that I have read, because they all annoy me to some extent. However, I believe the most annoying one to be Prince Caspian. Most of the others I can turn a blind eye to the discrepancies and enjoy on their level. Prince Caspian, however, they completely ruined the book (and especially the character Susan), and The Chronicles of Narnia happen to be one of my favorite book series ever. The animated Robin Hood comes in a close second.
What was the first Disney film you can remember watching?
The earliest I can recall is Pooh's Grand Adventure, where Christopher Robin goes to school and they go on a huge adventure to find him because they think he went to skull. My sister, V, is a huge Pooh fan, but this particular movie I hated. First of all, I thought it too scary, and second, I didn't see the point.
What are some of your favorite quotes from Disney films?
"Gotta save the Queen!"
"Yeah, but you're counting on the wrong two of us." (Although I may be a bit off on this one, I couldn't find it on-line)
"Hey, was that floating like a Cadillac, or was that stinging like a Beemer? I'm confused."
"Oh my, this is a twist in our story! It's the brave little princess coming to the rescue. I guess this makes you the damsel in distress, huh, handsome?"
"I could get used to a view like this. Yep, I'm used to it. Guys I want a castle."
That was a tricky one. I finally had to go with Tigger. We both are very exuberant, and love to say things the wrong way. (I like to say vitlemins instead of vitamins for instance.) We both enjoy being the life of the party, and we can both talk endlessly.
What is your favorite Disney film song?
Uh ... song? That's not something I spend my time thinking about. Hmm ... if I had to choose ... I think it would be the "How does she know you love her?" song from Enchanted.
What is one Disney film you find yourself recommending over and over?
I don't recommend movies all that much. I recommend books.
What is one thing from any Disney film or films that really irks you?
When they adapt a book or fairy tale and they make huge deviations. For instance, I don't like the fact that Rapunzel is a princess and Flynn is a thief. I just don't. My other issue is when the child thinks they know better than their parents, and, by the end of the movie, the parent is agreeing with the child.
Giselle from Enchanted. First, I love how long her hair is in the animated part (and I was sorely disappointed when they cut it). Second, she can sew her own clothes! My favorite thing, however, is that, though she at first is going to marry a man based on "first sight and a song," she ends up marrying a man she has gotten to know and who can make her angry.
Prof. Ned Brainard from the Absentminded Professor. He's smart, and invents flubber, has a flying car, gets to work with the government ... and just can't seem to remember to attend his own wedding - thrice! He's very funny.
Linguini from Ratatouille. All he was looking for was a job. Then he messed up the soup, and a rat fixes it - and he ends up owning the restaurant. All from the help of a rat.
If you could spend a day in any Disney film, which one would you pick and why?
I'd like to hang out with the Never fairies. I just like fairies. Not that I completely like the never fairies, but they are fairies.
Choose any one Disney film character and place them in any Disney film (other than his or her own). How would the story be different?
Hmmm .... lets see. Howabout I put Tinkerbell in Winnie the Pooh. I'm not sure that it would change anything, but I'm sure that Pooh and the gang would have a delightful adventure with her.