Category: walt disney confessions

In life I refuse to do some things because the worst possible scenario occurs in my head. I hate it. “When I Am Older’ makes me believe that when I do get older everything will make sense and be better.

Frozen has always been a movie I hold dear to my heart, mostly because of Anna. When I saw Frozen II, Anna’s worry for things to change reminded me of myself. I struggle with dealing with my parents divorce and a new step family, it feels like I’ve lost the chance to still connect with my parents and often I’m overlooked and blamed for most of our problems. The Next Right Thing has been my go to song whenever I feel depressed and it helps me greatly to sing along.

I sang “Into the Unknown” with a friend I hadn’t talked to in 3 years and we started talking again after that. It was so nice to talk to her again finally after all these years. We’re definitely close now.

I can’t listen to “Into the Unknown” anymore without crying. It used to be my friend and I’s favourite song and we would always sing it together but we got into a big fight and she hates me now. Into the Unknown reminds me of what it used to be like

I’m incredibly influenced by Hèctor. I feel forgotten, just like him. I think about how I want to be kind and brave like he is when I have to serve my abuser and it gets me through the day. He gives me courage that someday I’ll get a happy ending just like he did.

I know Frozen 2 isn’t considered the ‘best’ film. But I am going through a lot at home, and whenever I have a depressive episode, I always tell myself ‘just focus on doing the next thing, no further’, and hearing the song ‘The Next Right Thing’ made me realize that’s exactly what I need to do again now.

When I was younger, I was made fun of for not liking a Classic Disney Princess and wanting to be Princess Leia. I wanted to be Leia because no matter what happened to her, she always found the strength to keep going and saved herself. She got me through bullying and made me want to be a strong leader.

My friend told me that she thought I was one of those people who acted like a 4 year old on purpose when she saw all of my Disney stuff in my dorm. It made me feel ashamed about liking Disney movies and now I really don’t know what to do about it.

I really want to look forward to Soul but seeing how its yet again a Black character stuck in an inhuman form for most of the movie (like Princess and the Frog and Spies in Disguise) I’m really sad with this trend. It’s not real representation for me

I really, really love the movies Cars and Cars 2. I can relate to Mater in the second one because he is hated and called an idiot, but the lesson is not to judge a book by its cover. I love the soundtrack from the movies and listen to it a lot, but my friends think I’m “obsessed” with Cars, and that makes me feel insecure about liking it. I just like to remember all that Mater went through, carving his own place in the shadow of his best friend, who he is still loyal too. Even his movie Cars 2 is hated, but I love it. I went to Disneyland last year and got to go to Carsland. It was amazing to see Radiator Springs and other Cars fans. I actually got to meet Mater!