Amnesia — Butler Outfit ¿
“”Pitch’s purpose is worth more than anyone thinks. If he brings fear everywhere, then that is a good thing. After all, fear is the mother of morality.”
You see this? This is called animation.
You’ve probably seen every member of this fandom fangirling about it, and on some rare occasions, crying over how beautiful the attention to detail is. You probably know that the animation used in the movie is, in fact, one of the movie’s greatest assets and a deep source of pride for everyone involved, from the creators to viewers like you and me.
Now, the Oscars have nominated Brave, Frankenweenie, ParaNorman, The Pirates! Band of Misfits (Named The Pirates! An adventure with scientists over in the UK), and Wreak it Ralph for Best Animated Film.
This means that the Oscars have decided it’s not that good of an animated film, despite the fact that everyone in this fandom disagrees.
The Oscars have just told the entire Rise of the Guardians fandom that the animation, which literally made people cry in joy in the cinema, isn’t good enough.
Maybe it’s because of the date or something? Like they had a date for entries and stuff and it came out too late?
I hope that’s the reason cause dear god it’s INCREDIBLE! What other movies are so detailed that they add DESIGNS to their character’s eyes? They added flowers, snowflakes, suns and solar eclipses to something some people might not of looked so hard into.
Jack slammed his staff on a familiar, freezing it before delivering a kick on top of its head to shatter the creature. He pivoted on the ball of his foot, hacking his staff towards an oncoming missile that seemed to look more appropriate in a child’s cartoon than in a war zone. The missile exploded into a shower of candies, and then they all morphed into cartoonish bombs that flew towards Jack at breakneck speed.
Jack dodged and twisted in the air gracefully, years of fighting had honed his reflexes to react even to the smallest of twitches. The bombs swerved mid-air and returned back to him, intent on blowing him into bits.
Jack spun his staff and hit each one with terrifying accuracy and strength, destroying each one upon contact. He turned towards the witch and then fazed out of existence. He reappeared right above the monster and slammed the end of his staff on her, the wood sinking on fake flesh. There was a bit of squelching sounds echoing inside the Barrier before the witch died, leaving nothing behind.
Jack frowned. Another familiar.
He sighed and grabbed a spare Grief Seed, purifying his Soul Gem from the unneeded fight. The world around him was now a lonely forest.
Now the battle was over, Jack made his way towards one of the trees and sat on the base, intent on resting even if he had no need for it.
((OOC NOTE: Highly suggested to have knowledge of Puella Magi Madoka Magica))
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Puella Magi Charlotte☆ Magica
According to the guidebook, Charlotte’s mother was dying. They were very very poor and had never had cake or anything before but had always talked about how they would one day share one together, so when Kyuubey asked Charlotte what she wanted for he wish, she wished for a delicious cake. Her mother died, and then she found out she could have wished to save her mother and feel immediately into grief. She never even fought a witch.
Rewatching her world is so different when you know that. All the medicine bottles and pastries. It also makes Mami’s suggestion to Madoka of wishing for a big cake for them to share all the more tragic.
((A note: What drove Charlotte into despair was that Kyubey told her that she could have wished to cure her mother’s disease instead of wishing to eat cheese cake one last time. Charlotte’s mother had cancer, and cancer patients are not allowed to eat sugary food, especially food with cheese. Charlotte’s nature was to look/make cheese, but she couldn’t which is in relation to her wish to eat cheese cake with her mother.))