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is that frozen? We can hate over it together anytime.

Yeah. Even when I’m given a sliver of “okay, this isn’t the worst disney movie ever” I’m reminded by the utter bullcrap around and in it. From the force feeding (and failing) of LOLFUNNY jokes, the piss poor soundtrack, the ugly/lazy character designs, the hypocritical message, and lack of any real character development to people LOVING UP something so…unspecial. It’s so unspecial in every way possible, that every single “positive” point has been done before and executed a heck of a lot better in other Disney movies before it. Frozen was a complete step down for Disney. I felt this movie was more of a toy ad than the motherfriggin LEGO MOVIE. 

SO yeah. I don’t mind if you don’t mind. Hahahaha.

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That moment you’re on someone’s page and they have a tag of something you hate cuz you think they worship it,

and figures they hate the thing more than you do. 

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bossanovabyss:

7 Moments That Made ‘Frozen’ the Most Progressive Disney Movie Ever

Except that it isn’t.

1.) You could call Elsa and Anna’s parents abusive, yes. Putting aside the fact that they were shown to care deeply for their daughters and were making the choice they LEGITIMATELY thought was best, though, Frozen is hardly the first Disney movie to portray abusive parents. Actually, TANGLED portrayed emotional abuse and manipulation PERFECTLY with Mother Gothel—and I mean PER-FECT-LY, to the point where I, as someone who has dealt with that from a mother, got severely uncomfortable watching that movie for the first time, because, uh, yeah, spot-on. The whole, “I’m the only one that cares about you, I’m the only one that will love you and keep you safe” shtick? Yep. Y-e-p. Trust me, Frozen is hardly the first Disney movie to accurately portray that, and saying that Elsa’s parents were trying to be abusive by keeping her safe the only way they knew how is a stretch.

2.) This point is undermined because Elsa does not stay alone. She returns to Arendelle at the end, and in fact, the ENTIRE POINT is that she learns to LET OTHERS IN to control her powers. She may -sing- that she’s alone and free, but that’s rather meaningless when everyone is singing and dancing around her and it’s clear that she’s going to return to being with the others. She’s no more alone than Ariel when she goes to chase her dreams, or Belle and Beast in the castle, or Mulan when she goes off on her own to join the army, only to later be joined by Mushu and Krik-Ee. It’s hard to say that the movie promotes Elsa being alone when she doesn’t stay that way. On top of which, while she may not be the VILLAIN, she is still an ANTAGONIST, which is an important distinction to make.

3.) Belle and Ariel both spoke up for what they wanted (well, Ariel gave up her voice, but she was HARDLY softspoken before or after that—the way she argued with her father over keeping her treasures shows that well enough!). Mulan, too, says what’s on her mind even though it goes against her culture, which is actually a part of the song “A Girl Worth Fighting For”:

YAO: “My girl will think I have no faults!”

CHAN PO: “That I’m a major find!”

MULAN: “Uh—how about a girl who’s got a brain, who always speaks her mind?”

MEN: “… Nah!”

Mulan was clearly referring to herself, and seeing as how she had NO PROBLEM speaking up to argue against her father going to the military, or telling Shan Yu off in the final confrontation, or arguing with Shang about Shan Yu surviving, it’s clear that Mulan was always outspoken and bold. The same can be said for Jasmine, who LOUDLY argued with the Sultan over her suitors, told both Aladdin (as Prince Ali) and Jafar to screw off, etc. Jasmine is VERY outspoken and bold. Rapunzel, too, has social awkwardness, but she’s hardly meek and softspoken.

Really, the only softspoken princesses are Snow White, Cinderella, and MAYBE Aurora. The rest of the Disney princess crew (including unrecognized princesses, like Nala) all have no problems speaking up. And as for romantic forwardness?

Flynn never kisses Rapunzel first. Never. SHE always grabs HIM and kisses him. Jasmine is also pretty forward about pursuing the suitor she actually wants (Aladdin), and makes it clear that she will decide who to love for herself. The ENTIRE POINT of The Little Mermaid is that Ariel is going to grab the man she wants (Eric) and will do anything to get him. Belle’s love saves the Beast. MULAN is the one to ask Shang if he wants to stay for dinner, because he’s too flustered to get the words out.

So where the idea comes from that Anna is the first outspoken princess to chase romance is beyond me. She is HARDLY the first. Hardly.

4.) Shang is Mulan’s equal. Full stop, despite being the captain of the military, they work as a TEAM to bring down Shan Yu and save China (even if she is the ultimate hero). Flynn is Rapunzel’s. In fact, with the way that Flynn willingly takes the lead from Rapunzel when she saves them by using her hair to swing them across the canyon or her handy frying pan tool, I’d say he takes the lead from her more often than not, yet he still manages to hold his own with his suave, street-smart ways. I don’t feel like typing out another long essay, but I saw nothing about Kristoff that other male Disney leads like Shang and Flynn didn’t already accomplish in their movies. Again, nothing revolutionary.

5.) Sorry, but implications that you miss the first time around don’t constitute actual representation. Why not, I don’t know, make an openly gay Disney prince or princess? Why not have a MAIN CHARACTER that is gay, and have that added in? Laika’s ParaNorman has a main gay character in the form of the football player jock, who casually mentions at the end of the movie that his boyfriend would love to see a recently released romcom. Throughout the movie, the jock character is not given any gay stereotypes, and at the end, his relationship is not made into a joke; it’s a simple statement of fact for his character that turns into AWESOME representation given that he is a gay character.

The way Frozen has it, it’s a “blink and you miss it” reference to a minor character that is in one scene, mostly for humor purposes. In fact, given that the character’s role is simply comic relief, one could even say that his being in a gay relationship is just part of the joke. It really isn’t anything that progressive, when you think about it like that.

6.) The entirety of Brave is about the responsibility of queens and why it’s so important for Merida to get her act together and learn to act according to her role. In fact, it’s pretty freaking obvious that ELINOR is the one who rules the kingdom, rather than her husband, especially considering the fact that SHE is the one to make the commotion in the hall quiet down when a riot breaks out, SHE is the one her husband defers to, and SHE is the one that handles the choosing of Merida’s suitor and all of the political affairs. While you could argue that Brave is Pixar and not Disney, Merida had still been accepted as a Disney princess, therefore, she counts. Likewise, Vanellope von Schweetz had her throne usurped by King Candy, but once she gets it back, it’s clear that SHE is the ruler of Sugar Rush, rather than anyone else. I’d also say that Belle probably rules alongside the Beast once he gets his princely form back, Jasmine doesn’t seem content to sit and twirl around anywhere, and given how forward Rapunzel is with what she wants, I highly doubt Eugene is going to be ruling anything without her any time soon.

Again: Frozen is not the first.

7.) Yeah, except it’s heavily implied that Anna hooks up with Kristoph, whom she has only known for TWO DAYS. TWO. COUNT ‘EM. TWO. That, again, UNDERMINES the message it was apparently attempting to send. What makes this ten times worse is that the movie constantly belittles Anna for her choice—constantly berates her for being stupid for falling in love with someone she just met, insinuating that she’s too naive and ignorant to understnad what true love is. Yet, when KRISTOPH starts showing interest in ANNA despite knowing her for TWO DAYS, he’s SUPPORTED by the narrative. The trolls sing an entire damn song about how Anna should accept him even if she doesn’t really love him, because he’s interested in her. The song itself is called “Fixer-Upper,” which implies that Anna can just “fix” the things about Kristoph that she doesn’t really like—which is, in actuality, a VERY DANGEROUS message to send to young girls, considering that this is the trap that many women fall into when it comes to abusive relationships (my sister, for instance). You can’t change people. You can’t “fix” them. And I find it hard to see this movie as progressive when Anna knew Kristoph for all of two days, yet it’s OK for them to hook up simply because he wanted her first, and it wasn’t her silly little girly brain that got the idea first. Ugh.

And again: Mulan knew Shang for way longer than two days. Ariel at least got three with Eric. I can’t remember how long Belle was trapped in the castle with Beast, but I’m pretty sure it was longer than two days. Nani knew David for what’s implied to be months, if not years. Again: Frozen. Was not. The first.

Jesus. Liking Frozen is okay, but I’m really getting tired of all these articles which try to claim it to be something it very clearly isn’t.

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what did you think about frozen after watching it?

oreides:

okay i kinda went into this before and this is probably the last time im gonna talk seriously about frozen on this blog (just tired of it by now really)


first and foremost, the thing people keep skirting around to squabble over animation errors and other pointless junk: FROZEN IS RACIST. racist as SHIT and if you disagree then you’re probably a willfully ignorant raging disney fan and also undeniably racist. sorry hard facts to face but it’s more than likely true. 

  • they used Sami people as an “inspiration” without paying any respect to Sami culture. they ABSOLUTELY appropriated an indigenous culture, and what’s worse, they tore it apart, discarded most of it and whitewashed it to the point that HARDLY ANYONE CAN TELL SAMI CULTURE WAS EVER EVEN INVOLVED IN THE PROCESS. WOW WHITE PEOPLE ARE SO GOOD AT THAT. BUT IT DOESNT MATTER CAUSE IT WAS PRETTY RIGHT??? THEY WORKED SO HAAAARD WHO CARES IF THEY’RE RACIST.
  • that chilling, moving chanting in the beginning of the movie that so many people love? that’s a Sami yoik, a traditional Sami song. 
  • how about that goofy reindeer? reindeer husbandry is a HUGE aspect of Sami culture (and many indigenous cultures since ancient times- reindeer are thought to be the first domesticated animal) like i know you see it as just an animal BUT IT’S NOT JUST AN ANIMAL TO SAMI PEOPLE. if you even casually research Sami culture you would know this, and obviously Disney researched this enough to know about yoik songs and reindeer herding. 
  • SAMI PEOPLE WERE FORCED TO ASSIMILATE and colonized by white people (sound familiar), and one of the main reasons their culture and language survived was because of areas they continued to herd reindeer. 
  • "Today, in Norway and Sweden, reindeer husbandry is legally protected as an exclusive Sami livelihood, such that only persons of Sami descent with a linkage to a reindeer herding family can own, and hence make a living off, reindeer." REINDEER ARE SO FUCKING IMPORTANT TO THEIR CULTURE IT’S A LEGALLY PROTECTED RIGHT NOW. kind of gross to use a reindeer in such a slapstick manner, especially when Sami culture has pretty much been drained out of the movie, isn’t it? not to mention all the obvious errors in research, as in, reindeer have no problems on ice, you can’t ride a reindeer like a horse, etc etc…. but that’s besides the point.
  • SAMI WERE PREDOMINANTLY POC. it’s kind of like american indians these days- yes, some of us are still brown, but MANY of us are white-passing. THATS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU’RE COLONIZED, TURNED INTO SEXUAL SLAVES AND FORCED TO ASSIMILATE. people like to pull up pictures of modern Sami and scoff at this debate like they even know what they’re talking about- no, you shitwads. you sad, sad little fucks. fantasy, fiction, magical, whatever- if it’s set in a historical timeframe, it should pay respect to historical facts.
  • KRISTOFF SHOULD HAVE BEEN A MOC. it’s not surprising he was whitewashed- if they had modeled him accurately IT WOULD HAVE BEEN THE FIRST INTERRACIAL COUPLE IN A DISNEY MOVIE FEATURING A WHITE WOMAN + MOC. huh, there’s plenty of disney white man + woc couples. wonder why that is??

"but ooorreeeee!! i can’t face my blatant acceptance of racism, cultural appropriation of indigenous cultures doesn’t mean jack to me… what was wrong with the STORY? it had so much heart, it was a perfect movie!!!…"

WELL OK THEN HOTSHOT LETS JUST DIVE IN TO ALL THE OTHER REASONS FROZEN WAS AWFUL.

  • Anna is the most boring character i’ve EVER seen disney pull out of their ass. she’s basically an even more dense and bland version of Rapunzel, not just in looks! but in naive, “omg so awk” personality, and even more useless to boot. (at least Rapunzel had some character development and mad hair lassoing skills.)
  • Kristoff is a total shitwad meathead, whose charming introduction was getting into Anna’s personal space and intimidating her out of his way. wow, such a stud. blossoming romance there. total feminist movie when the hero/love interest belittles the heroine/main character every chance he gets.
  • Hans was a terrible villain. the whole “keep him the nicest guy ever so people flip out when he’s a total asshole” thing is soooo lazy and honestly doesn’t even make sense. the first scene we see him in, Anna runs off and he gets dropped into the water- he surfaces, all alone, and instead of being pissed off or at least annoyed that he got soaked (pretty standard reaction for anybody) he smiles dreamily like its nbd, like he’s just the sweetest thing that ever lived. at nobody. no one around to impress. that scene should have just been cut, tbh, because it’s too unrealistic and contrived to have moments like that and then whip around and say “ah-ha!! he’s been planning it all along!” 
  • Anna and Hans was actually PROBABLY one of the most believable disney romances i’ve ever seen. they connected, they hit it off, the sense of humor was there and the chemistry was just right. infatuation set in. this is super, super clumsy writing because ohhh my god, this whole movie becomes a broken record of “ur so DUMB, anna!! you only knew him for a night!!” but in the end Mr. Right is evil, everybody and their mother knew Anna’s true feelings before she did, and SHE STILL ENDED UP WITH SOMEONE SHE’D ONLY KNOWN FOR A COUPLE DAYS. the entire movie was a shame-fest for being crazy for a dude she just met, and then it ended with her hooking up with ANOTHER dude she’d only just met!!
  • this movie was really, really sexist. i don’t know why everyone’s calling it so feminist or saying it’s a movie about sisters, because the sisterly stuff probably only took up 15% of the movie, and i can’t even think of anything feminist about it.
  • sexism exhibit A) Kristoff berates her and judges her, as a stranger, multiple times (so many times i wanted to barf) for wanting to marry someone she’d just met. is marrying someone you’ve just met a good idea? no, of course not. who’s business is that, though? a planned love interest, i guess. it sent this message over and over that men are the rational ones, and any man who would agree to a marriage like that is up to something (bc men aren’t that irrational of course)
  • sexism exhibit B) Anna couldn’t do shit on her own, and it was played for laughs. silly Anna. you think you’re so capable but ha ha ha you’re not. you need a man to save you, or shit, just a snowman will do.
  • sexism exhibit C) remember the “girls have to be pretty” comment? because of that, nONE of the female characters showed any believable range of emotions, they were always graceful and pretty and cute. pretty shallow whitewashed eyecandy.
  • as far as “sisterly” stuff, it was absolutely the only good part of the movie, but calling it “good” is quite a stretch. enjoyable, maybe. worth watching? ehhh. when Anna’s trapped by Hans and he divulges his villainous plan to kill her sister, what does she do when a snowman somehow accidentally picks the right lock on the right door and stumbles upon her weak little body? she starts thinkin’ bout BOYZ. not her sister who’s about to die. naaah, ~~*~*~*~love!~*~*~~*~~
  • enter a love life lecture from a fucking snowman who’s only been alive for barely a day. “true luv is like, hmmm, like when kristoff brought you here to hans and left forever, omg, kristoff is so great. thats tru luv, anna. i know you had a whole song and dance number DRILLING IT INTO YOUR BRAIN that you should marry and adore this dorky meathead, but i thought i should remind you. kristoff. omg there he is!! somehow he knew to come back!!”
  • ANNA’S FEELINGS DON’T EVEN MATTER. like, i don’t even know who Anna is after she jumps around her castle, bored out of her mind, and then stumbles out into the narrative. there’s no focus on Anna as a person, only her love life and trying to get Elsa to come home and knock off that wintery wiz biz. but her feelings? her thoughts, the way things have changed her? is she even lonely without her sister? is there anything more to her than being easy to laugh at and banter? did anyone even think about that, or was this just some kind of “meh, this first draft is good enough” movie?
  • Elsa, to a lesser extent but not enough to matter, is in the same boat. where did her powers come from? how did she get chased out of her home, her kingdom, her castle, by her people, away from her SISTER and whats left of her broken family… end up at a mountain in like 20 mins (can she fly?? Anna ran out in her ball gown and it took her forever to even get close to the mountains on horseback) and then go “fuck it! hahahaha!” and build a castle in glee. where did that come from? she didn’t get any time to reflect, on screen, what just happened, and overcome it. it was literally just “aahhh! fuck fuck fuck damn it oh no” to “lmao im so fucking hot i love me” ??????
  • the whole ending with the “omg do i kiss this boy who everyone TELLS me is my tru luv or do i save my sis?? omg im dying!! which one!!” was sooooooooooooooo weak. like, that could have been so much better. and it doesn’t even really matter it all ended on a “sisters4lyf” note because it was all so contrived and jerked into place to get there, it didn’t feel natural and just came outta nowhere. why was it even a QUESTION to kiss kristoff?? if this was such a sisterly movie, shouldn’t Anna have CARED more about her sister? ran off to save her as soon as olaf opened that door? ran over to save her when she saw Hans ready to chop her in two?? that’s the problem- this whole story was so poorly written without any heart or soul or thought to the characters, it doesn’t even resonate or make sense. the characters are flat, boring, and mostly pretty. there was such an emphasis on style and beauty and rendering that they completely overlooked the actual substance to any animated film- the story. the way it unfolds, the way the characters change. it was all forced together so brutally it was just a complete, awkward mess. the villain was forced, the love was forced, the change was forced, and even the narrative itself was force feeding the audience and telling, not showing, them what to think. that’s lazy. thats piss poor writing. even the songs were pretty weak.

and that’s all i have to say about it.

if you liked it- whatever. if there are things in the movie you liked well enough to find it tolerable- whatever. but don’t lie to yourself and say this is some fantastic game changing movie, “disney’s best” since whenever, because all you’re doing is letting disney set it’s own standard based on brand and not product, and that’s a shame. if you expect more, you’ll get more. if you don’t expect anything and you’re ready to gobble up any movie they shit out, soon enough their laziness will get to a point where you’re not even enjoying it anymore, and you’re disappointed. 

but crappy writing and characterization aside- THIS MOVIE WAS RACIST. deal with it. it was racist as fuck and that’s actually the most important thing to realize here. expect more from the story, sure, but DEMAND disney to stop appropriating cultures with their own sloppy takes on them. finally come to terms with the fact disney is racist, and stop coddling and sucking up to a fucking industry giant (that doesnt need any of that, seriously, they’re worth billions of fucking dollars and can fund anything they want) and start giving a shit about how DAMAGING disney can be. kid’s movies? yeah, where do you think all these problems start? don’t you think a corporation whose demographic is young children should, uh, TRY a little harder to not spread racism and sexism? so many of you think that movies directed toward children should be taken less seriously and be held to a lower standard, but i think that’s fucking horrible and disgusting. if anything, disney (and any studio that produces content for young people) should be NITPICKED TO THE BONES. criticized for every frame, every word, every message it sends. kids absorb this shit. little girls need to see body diversity. poc NEED to see themselves represented.

kids notice this shit and disney is held in such a high regard, they trust it without question. why the fuck wouldn’t we tear it apart, inch for inch? why wouldn’t we expect excellence, if we’re going to hold disney above all the rest?

(my theory is emotional manipulation, using your childhood memories and fondness for animated films to manipulate a market- generations of people fond of disney, they pass it down to their children and siblings, this sort of brand loyalty that makes people FUCKING INCREDIBLY prone to accepting anything disney makes. this is why Frozen infuriates me, and it’s a goddamn shame everyone takes this kind of junk without question. c’mon. disney is a business, not some wise old geezer telling you bedtime stories. they keep their princesses pretty and white to sell you merch you’ll buy. they toss in a few poc films, skew the facts beyond recognition to uphold whiteness, so you think they’re inclusive and poc can’t complain. give me a fucking break.) 

BY THE WAY FOR THOSE INTERESTED: this is an interesting article about women in Sami/Saami Society, indigenous feminism during assimilation and how it’s changed since the 70’s.

Feminism And Sexuality In “Frozen”

ozziescribbler:

theflyingredpig:

feministdisney:

literally-darling:

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By Kristin Urban

I love the movie “Frozen.” When I first heard that it was supposedly the best Disney film since “The Lion King,” I scoffed at the silly idea. As a huge Disney fan, I knew I would at least like the new movie, for one reason or another. Besides, based off of the recent Princess movies Disney has come out with, I figured it would be a good one. But I was completely blown away by the…

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you definitely made some points here I can agree with about the movie. The first few paragraphs about Elsa’s entrance in her new attitude/outfit seem on point.

However, I don’t think I agree with the next few paragraphs about what you think means Frozen is better than other Disney films?

 So when I saw “Frozen,” it was like a breath of some very, very needed fresh air. The fact that Disney has been stepping up to the plate in recent years has been encouraging, but hasn’t been enough. But with “Frozen,” Disney has produced what can actually be called a progressive film, which is something I am proud of.

The line of it being “actually a progressive film” bugs me because it sets up an instant comparison rather than just evaluating the movie in its own right. This movie was actually progressive- unlike princess and the frog? Actually progressive - unlike Mulan? Etc.

With gay themes, two strong female leads and a modern man in the form of Kristoff, Disney has broken free from many faults seen in other films.

this movie did not have gay themes. Fandom readings as gay, yes. Disney actually committing and owning up to anyone being gay or having anything more than generalized allusions to being different, no.

I’m not sure what makes Kristoff a breakaway from other films, either. He’s angsty and likable, I’ll give him that, but what else was that stunningly modern about his portrayal?

I appreciate that you did mention how earlier, “sexy” scenes with Disney princesses, like with Jasmine, were racially tinged, so I can see why that might rate “lower” than Elsa/Anna in your scenario since it’s weighted down by other factors. I could see this (race issues) with Esmeralda as well (not an official princess but a main character), but I’m surprised she didn’t rate a mention at all? Like Elsa, she is “in command” of her body and her self, not ashamed? I guess maybe this was a “princess only” post but it seems like Elsa gets undue cred by excluding her

In fact, before “Frozen,” the only Princess who actually employed her sexual prowess was Princess Jasmine.

Especially considering that the princess line wasn’t created until after Esmeralda was a character — until that point she was still a fairly popular character among young girls and certainly made an impression for many of them

It seems that Pocahontas was not aware of her sexual attractions. Rather, Disney used the physique of Pocahontas to appeal to the male gaze (Smith and viewers), as they have done with many of their female characters.

I also don’t know if I agree that Pocahontas was unaware. I think she just had a quiet confidence that was already cemented before the movie and it wasn’t part of her character development/ she didn’t need to perform to indicate to audience she was “growing up.” I don’t see how Pocahontas’ physique is appealing to the male gaze thru-audience but Elsa’s scene isn’t when it’s like… I would say that is part of it if simply Pocahontas’s body without any performance is

thoughts/disagreements though, readers? I admit Frozen isn’t my favorite, might be biased…

Okay, I’m REALLY sick of Frozen being heralded as ‘feminist’ and ‘oh so progressive’ when it honestly isn’t. Saying that it is revolutionary and the best/most progressive Disney film ever is a blatant lie. Also, Elsa is only really comfortable with herself during the Let It Go sequence and at the very end when she’s told that “love will thaw” and everything is suddenly all better. After Let It Go, she’s still seen as fragile and helpless, even after getting a sexy new look. Is there any point in the film when Elsa is shown comfortable with her body or sexuality? Not in my memory. Plus I think it’s worth pointing out that she only becomes sexy and confident when she’s shown to be rebellious—and ultimately ‘in the wrong’ for abandoning her duties. The rest of the movie she’s harshly reminded that she screwed up, has to go back, has to regret her actions, and she’s no longer confident in herself. Make what you will of that.

I know I sound bitter right now, but I am so done with people going on and on about how Frozen is the best Disney film ever and oh so feminist while utterly ignoring the Disney films (princess or otherwise) who handled similar themes as well, sometimes BETTER. Enough already.

THIS THIS THIS. Bolded for emphasis.

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maggiekarp2:

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leseanthomas:

THE BOODNOCKS season 4 official trailer. PremieresApril 21st. Only on Adult Swim.

donnermaysilee:

YOU KNOW WHATS FUCKING STUPID

WHEN YOUR FAMILY MAKES YOU GO SOMEWHERE WITH THEM AND YOU TELL THEM YOU DONT WANT TO

AND THEN WHEN YOURE ALREADY OUT THEY BLAME YOU FOR BEING ALL ANGRY AND TELL YOU YOU RUIN EVERYTHING

OH WELL MY FUCKING APOLOGIES

ibroketuesday:

captain-snark:

discovering a NOTP is weird. Like you don’t realize it’s a notp until you see a post and just go

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fisherpon:

Flim & Flam: Make it Big (PREVIEW) (by DutyFreeProductions)

After several months of delays, firings, and quick help from some friends, we finally managed to finish one of the scenes in Flim & Flam: Make it Big! This scene takes place at the end of the first act, and while it doesn’t have a big musical number, we feel it better represents the comedic tone we’re trying to set here. Let us know what you think in the comments below!

But in all seriousness folks, we are currently leaving all the work on this project to a SINGLE animator, and we simply can’t finish the other 8 scenes we have planned if we don’t get help soon. So please, and I mean, PLEASE send this around and get talented people’s attention! WE NEED HELP. SOON. If you’re interested, drop me a line at glovetheglove@gmail.com


And now of course to credit every talented person who worked on this scene. Go out and thank them for kickin ass, y’all!

CREDITS
Starring
ThatCanadianDude - Flam (http://www.youtube.com/user/ThatCanad…)
BronyMike - Flim (http://www.youtube.com/user/BronyMike)

Produced by
glove - Writer, Director, Editor (http://www.youtube.com/user/DutyFreeP…)
PoisonHearts - Animation Director / Vector Artist (http://poison—hearts.deviantart.com/)
FoxyCritter - Storyboard Artist (http://peaceroxi.tumblr.com/)
Zebalas91 - Lead Animator (http://www.youtube.com/user/ZeBalas91)
AnimatorPhoenix - Animator (http://www.youtube.com/user/AnimatorP…)
Red Pear - Background/Vector Artist (http://red-pear.deviantart.com/)
Vastile - Concept Artist (http://vastile.deviantart.com/)
WalrusInc - BGM Composer (http://www.youtube.com/user/WalrusInc…)

eternally-sailor-moon:

Black Moon Clan Cosplay 9 - AnimeNEXT 2012 by KrisRix

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toastradamus:

shipping is disgusting you should all be ashamed of yourselves

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bronyparctears:

Do you ever have a problem where you just don’t know how to reply to an argument, not because you don’t know the answer, but you just don’t know where to begin? Like, the foundation of knowledge you’d need to impart to this person before you could even begin to drag them out of their sinkhole of ignorance would cost thousands of dollars if it were coming from a university?

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necrophilic:

when ur being dramatic for humorous effect and someone’s like ‘wow calm down’

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