Rhiannon Thomas

Writing about fiction from a feminist perspective

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Inside Depression

I was told Inside Out was a movie about depression. I was very late watching Pixar’s latest tear-jerker offering (as in, I watched it for the first time last week), so I had plenty of time to hear what other people thought about the movie, and that was the message that stuck. Inside Out  ...

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A Year of Frozen

It’s officially been a year since Frozen was released into the world, and judging by the Christmas shopping frenzy, the movie is more popular than ever. Some people are probably tired of Frozen fever by now. But the fact that Frozen and Elsa in particular are so popular with young girls  ...

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Why Anastasia Rocks

Last year, I did a series on the classic Disney princess movies, analyzing them to see whether they are as traditional and anti-feminist as some people believe. In a couple of weeks, I’m going to revive the series with a look at movies from the Disney Renaissance. But first, I want to  ...

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