Proposing love to ‘the one” is literally the best thing ever. And a Hollywood filmmaker from Boston made is a tad bit more interesting when he proposed love to his girlfriend in the most “Disnelicious-way” possible.
Lee Loechler, 29, literally booked a movie hall to stream an edited version of Sleeping Beauty and filled it with friends and family members.
The filmmaker had already edited an ending scene of the Walt Disney movie, by creating the characters of Prince Philip and Aurora to resemble himself and Sthuthi.
In the actual movie, the Prince wakes Aurora from a sleeping curse followed him kneeling down to propose love to her.
In Lee’s version of the film, the Prince – in the ending scene – can be seen tossing a ring towards the audience.
Following up to the same, Lee jumps to catch the – fictional – ring and presents it to her high school love.
He goes down on his knees to say “It’s not every day you get to propose to your high school sweetheart — so I’m gonna take my time.”
“I love you with my whole heart, including all of its ventricles, atriums, valves,” he says, adding, “She’s a cardiologist,” to those in the theatre who didn’t get the pun.
“Will you live happily ever after with me?” And off course, who in the world can say no to such an adorable proposal?
Lee, recalling the past six months he has been working to plan all this, takes on Twitter to share his joy.
“For the past six months I’ve been working with @kaylacoombs to animate @stutzd4 and myself into her favourite movie, Sleeping Beauty. The only thing better than seeing the smartest person I know completely dumbfounded was knowing we’d get to live happily ever after together,” Lee wrote on Twitter.