And in a way, the actor did… >_> too soon…? too soon…
I colored viria’s punk!Peter Pan because he’s freaking gorgeous and who doesn’t want to see him in full color? i mean c’mon, look at him
That’s a metaphor, son! You missed it! It flew right by ya!
but when you hear a line in a movie/tv show dIREctLY frOM tHE bOOk
When the way they say the line is completely wrong
I don’t understand because wasn’t Olaf’s actions of lighting the fire, almost melting and then trying to save her and act of true love and shouldnt that have unfrozen her heart?
THIS IS WHAT IVE BEEN SAYING FROM DAY 1
I think the only reason is because she needed to have a kiss and in that scene he never gave her one. Stupid stipulation in my opinion since you know, he all but died and that should have been enough, but ah well.
I submit the intro for Hunchback of Notre Dame beats Circle of Life raw.
Especially since the former doesn’t have flocks of pink birds that immediately make me think, “Sure, Disney, you weren’t influenced at all by Osamu Tezuka. Tell us another one.”
This movie was surprisingly hardcore for a Disney retelling of Victor Hugo’s really screwed up story.
It also did a ton of great stuff with God and religion and Catholicism that somehow managed to still be about people and not bring “Why Religion Sucks” into the whole thing, which is aces.
One thing that surprises me is how well the animation has aged. Strangely enough, it looked weird at the time; we weren’t really used to traditional animation blended with computer backgrounds. But now that pretty much everything is computer animated, you can really appreciate how effin’ gorgeous the Cathedral backgrounds are.
Also, God Help the Outcasts is the most honest song featured in a Disney movie. “Honest” meaning it doesn’t feel manufactured specifically to be played in a suburbanite van ferrying kids to McDonalds. It’s raw, open, and genuine.
(Needless to say, there is nothing suburban about Hellfire, ho ho ho. Will we ever again see a Disney villain essentially sing, “Help me Mary, I have an unholy erection?”)
I would like to point out the beauty and brilliance in the color use in this scene. Without showing blood, they still managed to imply the criminal act, in the colors and tones used, creating the dark atmosphere of the scene, and the swath of red from Frolo’s hat. If I’m reading too much into that, forgive me, but I feel it to be a good representation of blood spilled. It sweeps over the mother,over and over again, it curls near his hands. It trails behind him, a sign of the violence that follows in the judge’s path.
It was really a fantastic design choice. I just want to take a moent to appreciate it.