Let's get started, yes?
#1: Favorite Disney movie of all time?
Huh-uh. No. Sorry, not happening.
#2: Favorite Disney character?
Sheesh! For some reason, I'm really blanking on the 'favorite' questions. Perhaps because I love Disney passionately, and, especially if we're including live action Disney (which I won't be, for the most part), it's slightly impossible.
#3: First Disney movie seen in cinemas?
Brave (2012). I watched it with my dad and one of my brothers (I think), for my birthday:) And just for the record, that movie is great and totally underrated.
#4: What Disney item do you collect the most?Uh…pictures, hehe? Or maybe movies… Sadly, I don't have much Disney paraphernalia.
#5: What is your favorite Disney song?
"Colors of the Wind" ~ "The Bells of Notre Dame" ~ "Mother Knows Best (Reprise)" ~ "Learn Me Right" ~ "Farewell" ~ "Prologue"~ you get the idea…
#6: Which Disney voice actor would you most like to meet?
Ehh, I'm not too eager to meet any of the voice actors. Maybe the guy who voiced Pooh Bear/Powhatan/whoever else he did.
#7: Favorite Disney movie that is not a classic?
Let's say Mulan just to spice things up:)
#8: Flounder, Sebastian, or Scuttle?
#9: Saddest moment in a Disney movie?
There are plenty, of course, so I'll just mention two that really affected me.
The Princess and the Frog--RAY AND EVANGELINE AND THAT FUNERAL AND THE CLOUDS ROLLING BACK AND THEN THERE WERE TWO STARS AND I COULDN'T TAKE IT.
Nooooooooo too many beautiful pains!!!
Cinderella (2015, yes, slipping into live action for a moment)--KIT AND HIS FATHER. I can't find a picture of that specific part, but suffice it to say I was again caught unawares and it was so bittersweet. Guys he curled up on his father's chest and my mom and I were both sort of crying!
#10: Which Disney princess has the best sidekicks?
Oh, wow. All of them are great. I think I'm gonna say Anna, though, because, if you think about it, she has Olaf, Sven, AND Kristoff. And they're all pretty cool:D
"Cute. The three musketeers." (If you got that movie reference, though…)
Bonus question: Of the lesser known Disney movies, what one would you recommend?
The Hunchback of Notre Dame, absolutely. It is epic and amazing and glorious and I don't care if it isn't a shred like Hugo's novel. So there. There are so many moments in that movie that give me those delightful, tingly, thrill-induced, that-was-so-good-that-I'm-having-a-physical-reaction goosebumps.
and anyone else who loves Disney:D