Princess Movies

As the father of a 3 1/2 year old girl, I have had occasion to watch my fair share of princess animated movies.

Originally, “Snow White” was a favorite. You know the old classic Disney one where she dies from the poison apple and when the prince kisses her she awakens. savvy liked singing the “Hi-Ho” song every day for a few weeks…

“Cinderella” was her favorite animated princess movie for a while, and Cinderella is definitely her favorite princess, no doubt. When she got to meet Cinderella on the Disney cruise last year, it was an amazing moment for her.

“Beauty And The Beast” is a good one, and some of the others weigh out as pretty good or just mediocre by today’s standards.

But I think Rapunzel (“Tangled”) is probably rising up the charts for me, as far as favorite animated princess movies go. She meets her prince and all, like the others, but at the end she goes to live with her mom and dad.

I kinda like that.

At least, while my daughter’s 3 1/2. When she’s in her late 20’s, I may have different ideas.

 

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