Review: The Princess and the Frog
Disney princesses have been busy being distressed, falling in love and getting married since 1937 when Walt brought Snow White to the big screen. The Princess and the Frog is no exception to this Disney law, but that doesn’t make it a dud by any stretch of the imagination. Tiana is a strong willed Disney princess (aren’t they all?) and her desire to open a restaurant is strangely relatable. She has a realistic dream and plans to reach it by realistic means…now that is unusual. Instead of planning to marry rich and get richer, Tiana works to earn her keep and save her pennies. Although it still ends in a love story, this is one Disney princess tale you don’t want to miss.
Kaitlyn Krasselt can be reached at argonaut.uidaho.edu