An antagonist is the protagonist in their own world
30 days of disney; day 20 — an underrated movie: the rescuers down under
this movie is CRIMINALLY overlooked. it’s AMAZING. it came out right between the little mermaid and beauty and the beast, so right at the beginning of the disney renaissance, and it shows. the animation is glorious (glen keane in one of his oft-forgotten roles as head animator for marahute), the story is gripping and exciting, the characters are wonderful and the music is absolutely breathtaking. if you haven’t seen it in a while, you MUST. it’s one of my top favorite animated movies of all time.
I think in the middle of every heated debate about female Disney characters that focuses mainly on the princesses, there should be a twenty-minute break just to bask in Lilo’s glory.
Character: Dr. Facilier & Tia Dalma
Series: The Princess and The Frog & Pirates of the Caribbean
Maleficent Dragon Trophy by Dan Reeder
I’ve found in my travels across the many realms that there’s only two things dragons are good for: riding and being an excellent source for riddles. If you can’t manage either of those two, you might as well slay the cursed creature and mount it on your wall. With a little help from Dan and a few dozen LED lights, you can even simulate the hot glow-y breath so people will believe you.