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The Princess & the Frog

The teaser is out! What do you think?



h/t to Lauren at Feministe

Read bfp's take on the movie, who also links to others thoughts.

Comments

Molly said…
Totally horrified by the firefly; totally underwhelmed by the depiction of Tiana; totally sucked in by her voice and her attitude (although that has its own problems ("sassy black woman") I'm willing to let them get away with it because I'd rather see that than a doormat).

But mostly totally horrified by the firefly. WHAT WERE THEY THINKING?!

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