he / him
i haven't genuinely enjoyed a new Disney film in a very long time, but this finally broke the streak. there is so much to love about this film, i was honestly overwhelmed by how much i enjoyed it. the animation and character designs are SO charming, i kept having moments where i was taken aback by how well these designs worked. the characters are so charming, i really love how they bounce off each other, most notably Luca & Alberto, but…
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** relevant disclaimer: i do use he/him pronouns for Juno in this review, because this is a silly website where no one reads what I write and it makes me feel better in regards to Elliot Page. xoxo
It took me a couple watches to really get into this film and view it properly as a standalone film but I'm really glad to have hit that point. To get it out of the way, I really only have two hang-ups…
my number one childhood film that really manifested into an ever-growing adoration for animation and hand drawn characters. i think perhaps scamp and angel will forever be my favorite animated characters. scamp's longing for freedom and a life where he can go where he wants and do what he pleases is truly charming to me. he wants to be in control of his own destiny and appreciate the beauty of the world just beyond his reach, and at the end…