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Disney Princess Enchanted Tales Follow Your Dreams
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In the splendid tradition of classic Disney storytelling comes the Special Edition of the delightfully majestic movie, Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams. This new Limited Edition is fit for a queen and features beloved princesses from two of Disney's most revered films, Jasmine, from Aladdin, and Aurora, from the timeless classic Sleeping Beauty. Brimming with magnificent animation and show stopping music, Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams Limited Edition has even more wonder and enchantement than before. Bonus Features Include: an exclusive look at Disney's newest princess from The Princess and the Frog, two never before seen music videos featuring Cinderella and Mulan.
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In the second half of the movie Princess Jasmine takes the reigns with her story. The animation in this story is perhaps closer to or better than the original film, but it definitely out shines that of the both Aladdin sequels. The music is not Alan Menken style or up to par with the original but the songs are indeed catchy and fun to hear, the music is also a subtle treat if you listen closely . Jasmine being fed up with her daily duties ( camel shows, cutting ribbons at carpet shops and having paintings of herself done ). She feels she is "more than a peacock princess" and asks her father for a more challenging role to help out with.
The Sultan lets her help her cousin as Royal Assistant Educator. The day does not go as planned or as well as she would have hoped but she decides to go back. Elsewhere on the palace grounds we find that the Sultan takes an apple to his beloved wife's horse Sahara , (whom only she could ride, let alone get close to. ) We meet a young boy named Hakeem who is a stable worker, (also he looks ironically identical to a very young Aladdin, who btw is nowhere in this story nor is Genie ! ) The following day Jasmine finds that her mothers favorite horse is missing and goes in search of it. When she sees finds Sahara its a task that will take all of determination as she sings " I wont give up" ... Two refreshing stories that will capture your love for these two leading ladies all over again, music that is pleasing to the ears, and animation that is just as well done as the originals.
This titles is for young children of all ages and for any older girls who loved being a princess. The stories teach lessons of never giving up, and perseverance . The film gets 5 stars because both stories are original and the songs and music are very catchy. The sound and picture are also very nice and we get to see what would have been of the series in a sing along song with Belle from Beauty and the Beast called " You'll never loose this love" which was a story that was in development until cancelled by the wonderful John Lassetter . (2D animation killer MHO)
We also are treated to see what would have become of two stories of two more princesses. Cinderella and Mulan .
Also we are treated to another preview of the original trailer for this series which was called "Kingdoms of Caring"
The stories in there focused on Belle and Aurora.
This is a wonderful title and deserves much more respect that it get. If you have any love for the Disney Princesses you owe it to yourself to at least give this a rental shot, I don't think you will be left disappointed.
Everything is typically Disney. They are cute little Disney Princess stories, so don't rent or buy it for your child if you're looking for strong female role models. (Read Robert Munsch's book "The Paper Bag Princess" instead.)
The stories are short, fast moving, and just enough to make a toddler happy.
We were pleased with this purchase. Our two year old is still too young for the full length Disney movies, so this collection is perfect for her. She gets her princess "fix" in two bite sized portions. Long enough for Mommy to take a shower in peace. Isn't that all a stay at home parent wants/needs?
The first tale is of Princess Aurora, who is given the responsibility of running the kingdom for the first time. Merriwhether, the fairy, gives her a magic wand for 'just in case' and Princess Aurora learns how important it is not to take shortcuts, but to persevere through it.
The second tale is of Princess Jasmine, and at the beginning her duties are mostly just for show. She wants more important responsibilities around the kingdom. It's not as easy as she thought it would be and must overcome feelings of insecurity.
My daughter and I have watched these two stories many times over. It makes me smile when she is working through something that's frustrating and says, "I can't give up." I know she learned it from these fun Disney stories.