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Quiz: Which Disney Moment Should be One of Your Core Memories?
The big moments in your life have molded your mind and every facet of your personality, just like they did for Riley in
. Being the giant Disney fan that you are, it’s only natural that some of those big moments happened on-screen. Ten questions are all that stands between you and finding out which Disney moment should be one of your core memories:
Pick a made-up word from The Little Mermaid
Elsa singing “Let It Go” should be one of your core memories!
As frozen fractals spiraled all around and Elsa conjured the ice palace to end all ice palaces, you internalized the true meaning of “let it go” (and also jammed out to an amazing power ballad). That uplifting final chorus is forever frozen in your mind as one of your core memories.
Rapunzel seeing the floating lanterns should be one of your core memories!
When Rapunzel watched the floating lanterns rise above the kingdom and realized that she had the power to always find a new dream, you were right there with her, filled with wonder at the present and hope for the future. That moment stays with you and reminds you that no dream is too big.
Mufasa teaching Simba about the great kings of the past should be one of your core memories!
Like Simba, you were a young cub when you first heard Mufasa promise that the great kings of the past will always be there to guide you. Ever since then, you’ve known you could turn to the stars when you were feeling alone.
Ariel singing “Part of Your World” should be one of your core memories!
The first time you watched Ariel reach the top of her grotto and sing about exploring that world up above, something happened to you—something magical, something indescribable, something that longs for adventure—and you knew that you’d always seek out new worlds to explore.
Lumiere singing “Be Our Guest” should be one of your core memories!
When the kickline of plates and forks came out and promised to keep going, course by course, one by one, until you shout, “Enough! I’m done!” … that was the moment everything changed for you. You knew then that you’d live your life like one giant party that everyone’s invited to.
comes to Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere on October 13 and Blu-ray November 3. So many core memories, so little time.
Tagged as: Beauty and the Beast (1991), Frozen (2013), Inside Out (2015), Tangled (2010), The Lion King (1994), The Little Mermaid (1989)
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