Sep 9 2009'Princess and the Frog' Mostly About Bestiality and Asses

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Looking for a new family film that will teach your child about bestiality and ass jokes? Then this is your guy: The Princess and the Frog.

Judging by this full trailer for the film, it appears Disney's return to cel animation has created some new characters that will stay with you and your children for a lifetime. Most likely in the form of an unusual sexual fetish.

Reader Comments

Judging by the other sexual Easter eggs in previous Disney movies, this is just par for the course.

I approve.

Stoked.

so let's see... Lumiere is a frog... he has to kiss jasmine.... jafar's kid with the chef from Little Mermaid became a witch doctor... the eels from Little mermaid are now snakes... and the croc from peter pan is no longer too shy to speak.... thanks for an original feature, disney

"Princess and the Frog' Mostly About Bestiality"
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Not surprised. In "The Little Mermaid" didn't Ariel have that fish- what was his name- FLUFFER?

She did have crabs, I remember that..... musical crabs...

its a rip off from the book the frog princess which was the original title of the movie

That was a very sweeeeet smooch that the princess got from froggy.

Looks great and old school!

It's not a rip off from the book, it's based off the book. Are all the other Disney movies which are based off of old children's books rip offs? They just gave it a different name because they story has been changed a bit and isn't as similar to the old book as say Cinderella is.

I hate to say it, but it looks really good!

Mama Odie, The old woman, reminds me of "Suga Mama" from "proud family". Anyone get that vibe?

no

I'm not too happy that the first black disney princess ends up kissing a frog and is then a frog herself for the rest of the movie. Then it's all black voodoo witches and gospel-style singing. I hope this one redeems itself, cause despite being white myself, I'm kind of offended by this debut black princess.

Dang!

hahahah! white people are dumb!!!

Wow, this is absolutely horrifying in more ways than I could've imagined when I first heard about it.

Disney sucks now, ya know that?

Awesome.. I can't wait.. i don't care what it is this Cell animation disney movies always blew away cgi. They are just so much more expensive and time consuming.. I will see this.

@13, are you white? My guess is yes.

http://stuffwhitepeoplelike.com/2008/05/28/101-being-offended/

This is why there can't be a black princess. Once you get a black princess, the race cards come out, and so does the gospel music, "OH NO YEW DIHUN" accent, and crappy head bobbing motions when angered. Jasmine didn't act stereotypical, Pochahontas didn't act stereotypical (but then again indians don't really have many stereotypes, because they are smart ^^) I look at it this way, black people have a stereotype for a reason. If they don't like seeing it "made fun of" in movies and what not, then change your lifestyles. Just like white people have the stereotypes of not being able to dance, jump, or do labor on their own. If you don't like it ,do something about it.

And @21, are you a friggin' R-tard? "Are you white? My guess is yes" I'm assuming your not white, for that comment you spoke of. If you'd have just read ALL of number 13's post you would have seen he/she say "despite being white myself" then you wouldnt have had to ask that question. anyway, this movie looks like it could possibly be one of the worst disney movies and princess stories yet to come. I wasn't expecting much though from reading the title about asses and beastiality XD

This is why there can't be a black princess. Once you get a black princess, the race cards come out, and so does the gospel music, "OH NO YEW DIHUN" accent, and crappy head bobbing motions when angered. Jasmine didn't act stereotypical, Pochahontas didn't act stereotypical (but then again indians don't really have many stereotypes, because they are smart ^^) I look at it this way, black people have a stereotype for a reason. If they don't like seeing it "made fun of" in movies and what not, then change your lifestyles. Just like white people have the stereotypes of not being able to dance, jump, or do labor on their own. If you don't like it ,do something about it.

And @21, are you a friggin' R-tard? "Are you white? My guess is yes" I'm assuming your not white, for that comment you spoke of. If you'd have just read ALL of number 13's post you would have seen he/she say "despite being white myself" then you wouldnt have had to ask that question. anyway, this movie looks like it could possibly be one of the worst disney movies and princess stories yet to come. I wasn't expecting much though from reading the title about asses and beastiality XD

All you Disney haters' (ReHash Brown) parents just never took you to the parks when you were younger. Instead, they took you to Burlington Coat Factory and told you to play within the confines of the hundreds of designer coats (bot not designer prices!) Its ok - they're offering a free birthday stay. Should work out nicely for those who's birthday is on Flag Day :stifling my own laughter:

@19: Wow. I'm not sure what's more offensive, your bigotry, or just how goddamn stupid you are. Do you even know what a race card (or as you say, "race cards') is? You seem to have some dim sense that it's something involving black people, but beyond that your mental faculties fall short, like a small child unable to reach the cookie jar on the top shelf. What an ignoramus. Where are you seeing the head-swaying and "oh no you dihun"s? Did you watch a Madea trailer, and get it confused with this one? And oh yeah, Gospel music. What a terrible thing to have in a movie taking place in the South.

"Pochahontas didn't act stereotypical (but then again indians don't really have many stereotypes," How about I relieve you of those woefully idiotic beliefs with one phrase: "Peter Pan". If you want to see how Disney ridicules all Native American culture in one disgusting swoop, look no further. But no, you're right, the reason media portrayals of blacks play on offensive stereotypes is because "LOL THEY'RE ALL TRUE! It's black people's fault that the white-dominated media portrays them as clownish fools, and they should get up off their lazy negro asses and change!" Brilliant theory! Do us all a favor and try to push your head a bit further up your stupid ass, so the sound of your insipid whining is muffled enough that we can't hear it anymore.

Oh yeah, the movie... nice background paintings, but not much else to recommend it. The animation looks way flatter that classic Disney, and the script could be charitably characterized as "trying too hard". Or maybe they just loaded all the stupid humor in the trailer, and the rest of it won't be that bad.

The film looks great, but I do admit that the trailer did have its flaws. The things that stood out are the frog kissing and the male butt expansion (now even the girls can have something to enjoy).

Wow TOTAL rip off from the frog princess! The princess kisses the frog, truns into a frog, they have to reverse the spell, a wizard transformed the prince into a frog...it was a witch in the frog princess, and both main characters were white, but that's it....and disney NEVER SAID THAT IT WAS BASED OFF THE BOOK. if it WAS then they have o include that SOMEWHERE!
anyhoo, I'm sure you all remember the lion king-kimba conspiracy? this is nearly the same D8

25. Allie - Are you nuts? All Disney Princess movies are based off the original tales and since it's not like the Grimm brothers are alive to demand copyrights (in other words look up what the public domain is) anyone can do anything they darn well please with the story. Was Disney stealing Snow White? no. Sleeping Beauty? no! Did they say "This is our original take on the fairy tale"? Yes they did. Just like they said they're doing their own version of the Frog Princess. Just like you're allowed to post your stupid and inane comments here.

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