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Ugly caption going here but I just really wanted to gif these because of their expressions. Jack’s of surprise, pain, and almost yearning, before remembering that Pitch was the one who just made the Guardians think he betrayed them and should very well want to hurt him. Then Pitch’s of rejection and the unexpectedness of the bit of hurt that it caused, before remembering that he’s the bad guy who shouldn’t need anybody in the first place. The facial expressions in this movie are just so beautifully done and insightful to what the characters are feeling.
Look how Pitch’s face just completely morphs from rejected and lonely into an unforgiving look of anger and evil.
There’s even a tiny hesitation before the emotion completely switches, like it’s finally dawning on him that there are no other people like him, and there never will be, and he’s going to be alone in his intentions for the rest of his life.
It’s like he just gave up on the dregs of his humanity and went back to being what he knew he could rely on, what he’s always known, and all he thinks he’ll ever be. It’s the easiest route for him, because presenting his actual emotions to himself is the horrible alternative, and one he won’t risk taking.
This poor soul.
bless you dreamworks
how rabbit never ended up going on a killing spree is beyond me
I can’t even
DOES ANYONE ELSE REMEBER HOW DARK THIS MOVIE ACTUALLY WAS.
filed under: childrens movies that shouldn’t have been childrens movies
they escape from a concentration camp
Whatchu be talkin’ about, man? I LOVED this movie to bits when it first came out. The strongest memories of the last days of my childhood were filled with me and Ed-chan (sis) constantly watching this movie’s CDs reruns during the Ramadhan month that year, enough to drive our big bro mad XD. We even went so far as to play “Quote the scene” with each other on the whiteboard in our house’s musolla back then.
It may have dark undertones,as suggested by the previous comments before me, but frankly speaking, there’s no way to look back and not like this movie, at least for me. It’s nice, quirky, just great for a show that you can sit down and share with anyone. You say you see that it’s a movie about chickens under a dictatorial regime. I say that I see chickens who actually had it in them all along to stand up for themselves and fight for their own justice and freedom, and all it took was a very passionate singular hen, not to mention a broadened sense of view of what things can be, thanks to the (un)timely arrival of a chicken not of the place, with a very different way of seeing things. Together, everyone can swing it, onwards to freedom.
Right this way, sir, your room is ready.
The second GIF, “RAAAHHH UNHAND ME, I AM THE NIGHT!”
Look Frodo. It’s Mr. Bilbo’s trolls!
TRY TO LOOK AT ELROND’S FACE WITHOUT CRYING
THE LAST HALF OF THE VERY LAST GIF