okay, this scene is never talked about. this is an important scene, look at belle, face-down in the freezing cold snow after getting bucked off of philippe just moments before. she could have ran away, she could have waited for help, or gone looking for it. but NO, belle decides to step up to the plate and thwack a wolf off of philippe’s back. and her face, she’s scared, terrified, even. but no, she tries to calm philippe down even though she realizes that these wolves are really freakin’ scary. they’re growling and baring their teeth and licking their lips. but belle sticks to her guns, and stands by philippe, dodging their efforts to bite her foot off. AND EVEN AFTER THAT, she’s still there. she decides to play offensive. she swings the branch, and misses. BUT THAT DOESN’T STOP HER. SHE SWINGS AGAIN. and despite her efforts, the stick unfortunately gets broken into two(which i could not show due to my creative limits.) but THIS IS AN IMPORTANT SCENE. belle is a badass, and if this doesn’t prove it, i don’t know what will.
"Disney princesses are weak" *laughs for a million years then shows them this edit*
I don’t remember blogging this…
REPOST! REPOST! REPOST!
??? dude, i literally just made this myself lol
My sister and I have a headcanon that Jane is Belle and the Beast’s grandaughter.
and I think this further proves our point…
Which would explain why she understand Tarzan, he sort of reminds me of Beast in attitude…. he is sort of a Beast… hmmm. I like your headcanon.
I agree. Professor Porter said that she got her wild stories from her mother. Belle had wild stories, which turned out to be true, just like Jane’s story about Tarzan was true.
This must be shared, with EVERYONE!
I LIKE THAT THIS GIFSET INCLUDES FRIENDSHIP LOVE, ROMANTIC LOVE AND SELF LOVE.
Now It’s no wonder that her name means beauty, her looks have got no parallel.
I was having a bad day yesterday. I haven’t heard this song on the radio in forever, but when I did yesterday, it just stuck with me. Reminding me that I am strong and I can make it through not just yesterday, but everyday.