Accurate Story Titles: The case with Disney’s Princesses

Some of you may have watched the latest YouTube parody for the Disney Princesses:

Or  the latest Nostalgia Critic

We’ve all heard the usual criticisms of how these Disney Princesses are. Perhaps, it wouldn’t be so controversial if the titles of these iconic movies were more accurate!

The parenting trials of the Three Fairies and their Cursed adopted Daughter

The parenting trials of the Three Fairies and their Cursed adopted Daughter

Seriously, those Fairies did everything. They gave her gifts, raised her, told her she can’t stay out too late in the forest with that handsome stranger (shhessh, teenagers) and then when they take her to meet her relatives…she gets all dramatic and then goes and gets cursed…

Like all dutiful parents who did not teach their kids independence, the Three Fairies had to go get the Prince to do all the heavy lifting or else their beloved adopted daughter would’ve gone on a rampage on how they interfere with her life.  It was also a great rouse to see her new boyfriend. Is he trustworthy? Is he from a good family, etc etc.

I love puns.

Moving on.

And how she mended her relationship with her possessive father by running off with a boy from a different species

A cautionary Tale to overprotective and controlling fathers: A lesson on how to deal with your daughter’s ‘first love’

Think about it. Ariel’s father got upset, forbid her as any overprotective/controlling father would, then she runs off to the sea-witch next thing you know missing trident, your whole species has been discovered, and your little mer-daughter brought home a human boy.

A valuable lesson can be learned in all of this.

NEXT!

A story about what happens when you don't write a will for your only daughter: A tale of family dysfunction, betrayal and hallucinogens

A story about what happens when you don’t write a will for your only daughter: A tale of betrayal and hallucinogens

Her father married a horrible woman, which brings to question his tastes in women…

Out of all the women in the kingdom, you pick this woman?

Out of all the women in the kingdom, you pick her?

Let’s be realistic, just a tad bit please. Obviously, Cinderella was from one of the noble families, mom dies, okay father re-marries. He could have his pick on anyone. But the narrator covered that (I checked). He wanted to get Cinderella a mother and probably some siblings too.

Seriously dude, you couldn’t find someone else. Someone less…evil looking and more motherly? Don’t forget you’ll be waking up to that face.

Every morning. For the rest of your- Hey wait a sec.

Plus, Cinderella didn’t look too bad at the beginning with the whole no mother issue. Maybe you watched the previous movie entry of this post first?

And if you hear the narrator again (on youtube), this is just a bigger argument about having a lawyer and a will.

Also, Cinderella must have been on something to deal with her troubles. To be cheerful all the time, singing to animals (then again many of the Disney Princesses do sing or talk to animals…).

Okay, getting side tracked!

Just look at the dress she made!

Don'tsayitdon'tsayitdon'tsayit...ah hell....Its a tad bit lolita-ish....

Don’tsayitdon’tsayitdon’t..ah hell….Its a tad bit lolita-ish don’t you think?

To be continued!

My Browser can only take so much Disney Princess stuff…

Okay, let’s see…1001 things to do on the internet…where is it…

Ah! #10, Diss Disney!

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!

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4 responses to “Accurate Story Titles: The case with Disney’s Princesses

  • Zen A.

    That video is one of my favourites. He’s incredibly talented.

    As for Disney Princesses, I’ve found that the only way you can enjoy these movies is to just accept them at face value without poking around for cracks. Fairy tales are actually pretty brutal after all.

  • Writing Ladders

    Thank you for your comment!

    I agree. I’ve read the original Little Mermaid and Cinderella but not Sleeping Beauty.

    Someone once asked me how did the original Little Mermaid go, they were not happy when they heard it. She was surprised how bloody it was.

    I find it funny how the modern versions are quite ‘departed’ from their original.

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