Valentine’s Day may be over, but the celebration of love doesn’t need an occasion. This showcase of love is most apparent with Disney movies, as well as one of the greatest romantic movies of all time, The Notebook. Fighting for love, a theme Disney and The Notebook is most famous for.
Probably taking a cue from these two behemoths in love stories, Insta artist Isaiah Stephens decided to merge the two classics. The result? So. Much. Feels. It is nostalgia mixed with passion and magic.
See the recreations for yourself:
The Little Mermaid's Ariel and Eric enjoying the sea and playfully promising to being birds. Stephens’ creation looks like an exact replica, but I think I’d want to see Ariel in her undersea outfit.
Mulan’s Mulan and Li Shang, in the scene where Noah reads to Allie after she loses her memory to Alzheimer’s. Mulan looks so classy, but I’m curious to see what scene Stephens will place her in her youth.
Frozen’s Kristoff, Hans, and Anna in the ferris wheel scene. I completely agree with this one. Hans wouldn’t have really risked his life hanging on to that ferris wheel.
Here's Pocahontas and John Smith in the “road scene,” where Allie and Noah, well, lie on the road since there’s no traffic around. I must admit though if it were based on Pocahontas, it would have been John Smith following her lead in lying on the pavement.
Here’s Aladdin and Jasmine in the "kissing in the rain" scene. The scene totally fits them.
Here’s The Princess and the Frog's Naveen as a bearded Noah rowing the boat during the downpour....
...and the same Disney movie’s Tiana as Allie showing her finger with an engagement ring.
Tangled’s Rapunzel and Flynn feed as Allie and Noah in the “duck/boat scene” where they feed the geese. It’s a fitting description for the two, but knowing the clumsy Flynn and Rapunzel, they wouldn’t have lasted an hour in that boat before it capsizes.
Hercules as Noah after showing Allie he has built her dream house. Hercules would have finished Allie's house, err, Megara's house in no time.
Finally, (grab your tissues) here’s the Sleeping Beauty’s Aurora and Prince Phillip in The Notebook’s final scene where the two rest together in peace.