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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2016 1:21 am 
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I think as we've gotten more and more into the Revival Era of Disney, there are a lot of cliches during this decade that seems to crop up in current Disney movies.

I have to say it really goes in contrast with the cliches put out by the Renaissance era.

One big example is that the Renaissance Era had a heroine/hero who dreams of something more, takes up the call for adventure, is a misunderstood outcast, and the movie is usually a musical. Romance during this era is often very much emphasized with all of the films usually having the main lead pair off.

For the Revival era, it's all about the duo going on an adventure of discovery and learning something on the way. Romance currently was the major focus mostly on the Princess movies, with the non-Princess movies either having no romantic subplot or it's regulated to side characters. Although Moana, the upcoming Princess movie, is confirmed to not have a romantic plot which is an extreme rarity in a Princess movie.


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