I actually didn’t know that mulan/li Shang was really a romantic pairing until the sequel came out. I just thought they were best friends like buzz and woody….
Why does it seem like everyone forgets about Kida, Pocahontas, and Mulan? All 3 of those princesses, though mostly forgotten, were never trying to find love, though they did find it in the end. Kida wanted to help her people/learn more about how to help them. Pocahontas also wanted to help her people and also wanted to stop a war from breaking out. Then Mulan wanted to find out who she really was/wanted to make her father proud of her. Everyone forgets about these wonderful princesses and it’s a shame because their strong, beautiful, and smart; plus they can kick some butt.
Is it any wonder why Kida, Mulan, and Pocahontas are my favorite princesses?
Exactly. Omg. The only difference is that in the end, the brave chick doesn’t find a guy at the end, but all 4 of them all started out without romantic intentions. Get your disney stories right before you start critisizing and catergorizing them. RESEARCH.
wait people got mad at brave because there were no black people in the movie
a movie set in scotland during the 10th century
I don’t know what Scotland you’re thinking of, but I’d say that’s a legit complaint.
If you don’t want to read the whole article, I’d just like to point out the first line:
“The Moors were dominant in Scotland in the 10th century.”
if OP is american they likely are not an expert on scottish history, ergo wouldn’t know of the history of moors in scotland. that’s no crime, all that’s needed is some education.
here’s another article from nationalarchives.gov.uk on the subject http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/pathways/blackhistory/early_times/moors.htm
uh not to mention: people are magically turning into bears from a magic spell a witch makes and THAT’S where the “realism” line gets drawn?
I’m Scottish and I never knew this. I mean, I’ve never met a black Scottish person in 19 years. That’s a bit weird actually when I think about it… The only black people I’ve met have been over on exchange…