I’ve watched this scene countless times, and yet this small detail I’ve never noticed before. Pocahontas sprints through the forest, and suddenly the music changes in tempo, perhaps matching her frantic heart. We as the audience want her to get there, we want her to be there with the one she loves.
Pocahontas runs until she run no further, and, reaching the cliff, there is a moment where she leans forward slightly, almost as if she were to dive into the water below and follow him. But, at the last moment, something stops her. It is just this little detail that really makes this scene stand out as one of the most emotional endings to a Disney film.
Chicken Little was originally going to be a girl. The initial idea was for her to be voiced by Holly Hunter and Hunter reportedly recorded her lines for the part but sadly, due to the producer’s belief that the film wouldn’t attract little boys if the title character was female, they made Chicken Little a boy.
theory: the Original Snow Queen was the one who granted (or cursed) Elsa with Ice powers. Queen Mother was lost in a wintry forest for awhile when she chanced on the Snow Queen, who conveniently was also looking for an heir to pass on her powers and become the new Snow Queen.
Partly inspired from the fanfiction 'Born or Cursed' by TwiddledSpire. I’ve actually had this headcanon/theory for a long time now, and one of my speculation for the Plot of Frozen’s sequel is that there will be an enemy with magical powers of sorts, trying to invade Arendelle. In this case, maybe Elsa can ask the original snow queen for help…or somehting. i dunno, it’s just a nice idea
A little insight! This is a “children’s book” set in the time of the Industrial Revolution.
A young girl has to go out and sell matches and is not allowed to come back until she does because her father is an abusive drunk to her and her siblings. Their mother is dead. On this particular day, she can NOT sell her matches so she retreats to a corner but it’s winter so it is dreadfully cold. With ever match she lights, she dreams of Christmas related things such as a well decorated tree or a Christmas dinner. But she can’t have them because she is too poor. With her last match, she dreams of spending time with her grandmother on Christmas but it fades too soon. That being her last one, she goes to sleep but her grand mother retrieves her.
If you couldn’t recognize it in the last gif, the girl has frozen to death.
LISTEN UP WE WERE ASSIGNED BOOKS IN GRADE 2 TO DO FOR LIT CIRCLES AND MY GROUP WAS GIVEN THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL AND MY MOTHER COULDN’T BRING ME TO SCHOOL THE NEXT DAY BECAUSE I READ THE WHOLE THING AND NO ONE ELSE KNEW SHE WAS DEAD BUT I FUCKING KNEW AND I WAS SOBBING MY EYES OUT AS A CHILD.
WE DO NOT TALK ABOUT THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL OKAY?
THIS IS NOT A CHILDREN’S BOOK, THIS IS A STORY WRITTEN BY THE DEVIL HIMSELF.
Well actually it was written by Hans Christian Andersen… But then again that doesn’t help much since he also wrote The Little Mermaid (and anyone who read that knows THAT story doesn’t end well.)
Just reading the description I started to cry again, this story is so painful and so beautiful, I remember when my mom used to read it to me and my sister (AuroraLynne), I could never hold my tears. Just when I tought I would be able to see it without crying, I burst into tears again.
robots who are really bad at math and when people are like “shouldnt you be good at math since you’re a computer” and the robot is just like “shouldnt you be an expert in biology since you’re made of cells”
I can’t wait till AI tech reaches the point of sass.