Welcome! Gal is a 23-year-old Malaysian physiotherapy student, with a head of probably a 17-year-old's likes, loves, and interests, and this here's an all-sorts-of-things-blog, from personal posts to fandom reblogs (foreword of warning: MULTIPLE AND SECONDHAND FANDOMS, and when I'm in a hurrying mood, I tend to leave posts untagged), but you can generally deduce that I pretty much love the following:ISLAM, ANIME, MANGA, READING, WRITING, DRAWING, FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST, MOTIVATIONAL POSTS, HARRY POTTER (BOOK AND MOVIE VERSIONS), SHERLOCK HOLMES (SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE'S, BBC AND MOVIE VERSIONS), LEGEND OF KORRA, RISE OF THE GUARDIANS, THE HOBBIT (MOVIE VERSION), GAME OF THRONES (TV VERSION, KUROSHITSUJI, FINAL FANTASY, KINGDOM HEARTS, DRAGON BALL/Z/GT, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, SCORPIONS...
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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.
remember how i said i wasn’t gonna draw Pitch and his daughter cause i wanted to spare myself the tears and agony?
WELL OBVIOUSLY I DIDN’T !!
and NOW, i’m done with the “everyone loves Pitch” series. good bye.
and happy new years !!
Good way to start the new year, thank you!
When the children first meet Count Olaf and Jim Carrey says, “Wait, give me the line again,” was not actually in the script, it was Carrey staying in character and wanting to try it again, but they kept the cameras rolling and felt it worked the way it happened.
“First one to bring me that will get a ride back with Peggy!”
So reading the description of Oin in the Hobbit Visual Companion and found this gem.
Yep, lovely weekend.
On a side note, Skyfall IS awesome. I wish I could put it down more eloquently and elaborately, but all those who’ve watched before me have already done that too well (especially those who’ve posted their wise thoughts on the movie on tumblr), plus I don’t think I trust myself to be able to avoid spoilers in what I write, so I guess best if you start from these lovely posts (don’t have a direct link to them myself, so sorry), or better yet, have a go at watching the movie, you won’t be disappointed.
Note to self: Prepare to pull your hair off in other directions when next week starts
What are you muttering about?
No matter how old and cinical I’m getting, this movie always moves me
Tell this to the people who laugh at me for studying writing. Even a guy from the CIRCUS did the other day…
Love this film. Love this quote. <3
I love this movie because it was so tailored for English nerds <3
Tired of people hating on the humanities >:E A business degree is practically useless and yet we push it on EVERYONE. Study something you love if you’re going to pay for an education - the piece of paper matters more than what’s on it >.>
The greatest scene in all animated movie history.