Come, let us drink Calvados, let us lock ourselves in the garret of now and throw away the key.

My name is Steven, I am pushing 21, a senior in college, and I look at the world from far off the ecliptic (but I'm not still worked up about Pluto - it had a good run)

I study music education and I play the saxophone. I also like things.

 

adreamisawishfordisney:

magic-disney:

watchoutforfallingdinosaurs:

can we please talk about the difference between Hans’s and Kristoff’s physicality with Anna

how when they first meet, Hans’s body language all but screams openness, while Kristoff couldn’t be more closed off

how Hans’s every touch is slow, calculated, while Kristoff’s every move is quick, instinctual

how gentle Hans is with Anna even as he treats her heart with the utmost brutality

how Kristoff’s less delicate treatment of Anna is always born of a desire to keep her safe and close

how Hans plays at love in his physicality, while Kristoff simply lives it

can we please talk about this

Ooh this is good

another frozen anna-lysis 

fancysomedisneymagic:

The costumes in Frozen tell a visual story that supports the narrative. Everything is designed for a reason, for instance, Anna has clothes in a bright yellow and green color palette whereas Elsa’s is a pale and cold one.

Notice how Anna grows up and, when she is adult, she still wears the same warm palette she did as when she was five. She’s a big kid, she’s the same. Elsa grows up to darker blues, as she closes herself off from the world. Her sleeves get longer and shows less skin. Also hairstyles get to be tighter. This all changes when she sings “Let It Go” and she goes back to pale blue and lets her hair down.

onaveridiansea:

alittlebitofdisneymagic:

mystical-flute:

commanderelsa:

ivyonthefence:

gentlemen-wear-top-hats:

ok so i know how everyone thinks that the Queen of Corona and the Queen of Arendelle would be sisters, but what if the Queen of Corona and the King of Arendelle were siblings.

think about it, the queens don’t look that much alike except for their hair, but the King of Arendelle and the Queen of Corona do.

they have the same eyes (color and shape), same pursed lips, and their hair shows similar styles and waviness, along with graying in the same areas.  they look more alike than the two queens do.  

Elsa and Anna look nothing like Rapunzel (and every girl shows a striking resemblance to their mother)

the Queen of Arenedelle and the Queen of Corona actually don’t look alike at all.

just a thought, what do you think?

All this speculation could actually raise a valid point. Why was the king so worried about what people might do because of his daughter’s enchantment? Because his sister’s daughter had already been kidnapped for hers.

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O_O

Head cannon accepted

"Why was the king so worried about what people might do because of his daughter’s enchantment? Because his sister’s daughter had already been kidnapped for hers."

BRB flying into the sun.

(Source: professsorlayton)