Wednesday Jul 16
Reimagined Fairy Tale Films Reflect Decreased Love in U.S.
"Maleficent" makes us want to stand up and cheer - and then sit down stunned. The film distinguishes itself as the third in a trend of major studio releases that seem determined to reverse the damage of the common fairy tale motif: "Wealthy princes save skinny damsels for love ever after."
Princesses are finding their own happily ever after
In 2011, American child psychologist Jennifer Hartstein published an advice book for parents wishing to rid their female children of so-called "princess syndrome," her name for the inevitable insecurities and superficial obsessions that little girls allegedly develop when they are exposed to an abundance of girly-girl commercial culture, ... (more)
Think You Know Everything About The Disney Princesses?! Then Here Are ...
From newcomers Anna and Elsa to the classics like Cinderella and Snow White, it's a no-brainer as to why people love the characters so much.
Zee studio gears up to captivate the audience with Brave
MUMBAI: This month Zee Studio sets the screen on fire with heart thumping, fire igniting emotion as Brave; The American animated fantasy comes to life.