This is the porno I’ve been waiting for
It’s so beautiful that you don’t want to eat it…
And that’s why I would cry too.
[Paradise by Coldplay plays in the background]
Replace those with the fries and nuggets from Chick-fil-A and I’ll be chowing it down like no tomorrow
(though the fries/nuggets from McDonald’s are a bit of a guilty pleasure of mine)
I SWEAR I LAUGH AT THIS EVERY TWO SECONDS
tried out that “redraw a scene from your favorite anime” thing
A match is burning.
smoke goes too fast, and it is too heavy.
“Any ideas for the new park sculpture?”
“How about a giant, metallic octopus attacking a rook?”
that’s cool as fuck though
Cthulu has awoken!
#43 Treasure Planet (2002)
So I had never seen this movie before. Before watching, I would define my expectations as medium. I was really just hoping it would be slightly better than Atlantis. And then Treasure Planet so completely exceeded my expectations. I LOVED IT. What a great surprise. I think so far this is the one I’ve liked most when viewing for the first time, so yay.
I’m not super familiar with the original story of Treasure Island, so I can’t say for sure how much is changed besides the setting, but the story really works as presented. Jim is a flawed but likable protagonist (and voiced by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, yessssss) and Silver is an interesting antagonist in that you’re not really sure where he stands for most of the film and can’t decide whether to trust him until near the end. I very much enjoyed the father-son relationship between Jim and Silver. The minor characters, unlike in Atlantis, were much more well-developed. Captain Amelia is just A+. The robot is funny and in just enough of the movie that he doesn’t get annoying. I loved Mr. Arrow so much, UGH.
The concept of sci-fi Treasure Island is actually pulled off quite well, and I think it works because they didn’t go too sci-fi. The ships look like sailing ships, not spaceships, but it’s still clear they’re in space. The backgrounds and animation are distinct and interesting.
I was just pleased, entertained, and emotionally invested throughout Treasure Planet. It’s certainly worth a watch and a rewatch; it’s a pity that it seems sort of forgotten because of the era in which it was released.
Next time: Brother Bear
Washington, D.C., circa 1931. “Walt Disney with Mickey Mouse drawing.” One day he’ll be bigger than you, cat! Harris & Ewing glass negative.
Happy 85th Birthday Mickey Mouse!
Nintendo Game Boy Evolution
Prints available @Society6
Created by Chungkong
•● j i j i =3 ♥ ~
very small kiki
I like how everyone seems like they’re dead tired and Thor’s just there going
'om nom nom this is a shawarma nom nom nom'
Notice how Clint and Natasha seemed to have appropriated half of each others’ chairs.
and I think Tony is just realizing that he literally died and was scared back to life by the man to his left
and steve, being the senior citizen, is simply nodding off