real ugly duckling

Raleigh 2022-04-22 07:01:12

The film tells the humorous stories and experiences of an ordinary American girl who suddenly becomes the princess and heir to the throne of a small European country. The film tells about the process of growing up and the thoughts of growing up, not only the princess's cultivation diary, but also the cultivation diary of responsibility and self-confidence. The fairy tale dream in each of us has been best explained in this film. We saw a girl's pursuit of family, friendship and love in the process of growing up, and saw the confusion and emotion of a girl's growth process. Although it is wrapped in a colorful coat of fairy tales, the real growth diary inside still brings us countless touches! In fact, everyone is a princess, but you don't know it. The most important thing is how you view yourself and love yourself. The success of the film is inseparable from the superb acting skills of the actors, bringing a realistic version of the "Ugly Duckling" fairy tale to the audience, which undoubtedly makes the film have a strong dramatic tension from the beginning, and also fulfills the princess dream of countless girls. But the same Disney movie dressed in fairy tales does not just blindly use the gorgeous eyeballs of the upper class. The core of growth in love and family is what moves people the most.

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Extended Reading
  • Ambrose 2022-03-27 09:01:05

    Anne Hathaway's early films have really turned into phoenixes now.

  • Axel 2022-03-23 09:01:43

    Dreams come true as a child's princess dream

The Princess Diaries quotes

  • Nelson Davenport: Mia Thermopolis is the daughter of local eclectic artist, Helen Thermopolis. They currently live in a refurbished firehouse south of Market Street. Mia is also the only grandchild of Queen Clarisse Renaldi, whose husband, King Rupert, passed away last year. This is Nelson Davenport, KRLH.

  • Mia: And then I realized how many stupid times a day I used the word "I". In fact, probably all I ever do is think about myself. And how lame is that when there's, like, 7 billion other people out there on the planet and when -

    [Grandmother clears throat]