EVEN MORE EYES’ retrospective series ‘Nostalgia Hits Differently‘ has two very opinionated critics, James and Imo, learn that nostalgia ain’t what it used to be.

This third episode has the friends take on the late Disney Renaissance and confront their (just) pre-adulthood memories of the post-Disney Renaissance Princesses.

Our critics confront something they did not expect: a positive turn.

They discover:

How ‘Mulan’ (1998) reflects intelligently on gender roles…

… where Disney works cultural tourism and meta-narratives into ‘The Princess and the Frog’ (2009)…

…and when ‘Tangled’ (2009) straightens out some toxic relationships while having some major hair problems.

This is the third of four episodes that charts a journey with the Disney Princesses from the Classic Era (mid-20th Century) through the Renaissance (late 20th Century to early 21st) and into the Revival (early 2010s onward).

Listen to Episode 1 on Classic Disney here and Episode 2 on the early Disney Renaissance here.

Click here to listen to Episode # 3 or on Spotify below:

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