WHEN IN DOUBT, GREEN IS OUT: don’t trust a single green vegetable. It could always be a brocc in disguise. In fact, don’t trust any vegetable.
AIR DROP: you think broccoli can’t climb up to the ceiling in a group of 300 hundred and surprise bomb you, overtaking your body completely? Think again, buddy.
NO MIDNIGHT IN THE GARDEN OF FOOD AND EVIL: you might have to trek through some bountiful gardens as you make your way across the abandoned countryside, but ONLY during daylight. If you have to go 2 miles around a garden at night, it’s worth it.
CHECK THE CRISPER: Always check the crisper first when entering an unexplored domicile. Always.
USE YOUR TEETH: When they’re coming right at you, you gotta eat your way to freedom.
Some rather underrated/kicked under the rug Disney films I hold near and dear to my heart
The Black Cauldron (1985)
The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
Oliver and Company (1988)
The Rescuers/The Rescuers Down Under (1977/1990)
A Goofy Movie/An Extremely Goofy Movie (1995/2000)
The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
Treasure Planet (2002)
*Lilo and Stitch/Stitch! the Movie/Lilo and Stitch 2/Leroy and Stitch (2002/2003/2005/2006)
Brother Bear (2003)
Meet the Robinsons (2007)
Several of the listed films have yet to have a restored re-release on even DVD, let alone Blu-Ray, which is quite a shame considering they all deserve it. Films like The Black Cauldron and Treasure Planet were box office bombs (to my surprise, the latter more than the former) despite having excellent innovative art and story. They just weren’t fitted well for the market, in most cases.
I could go on forever about the treatment of these films, like how Kida and Eilonwy have all of the qualifications to be Disney Princesses, and how Treasure Planet deSPITE BEING THE WORST “BOX OFFICE FLOP” FOR DISNEY WAS STILL NOMINATED FOR BEST ANIMATED PICTURE IN 2002 (ALONG WITH LILO AND STITCH), only having lost to Spirited Away! THAT shows that it could have had much more appreciation than it got! (there was lots of competition in 2002) True, it was the steampunk/scifi/nonmusical/action angle that was probably hard to market at the time considering Atlantis’s lack of decent marketing for similar reasons, but still! At least it has a decent Wikipedia page and re-releases on DVD. Can’t say the same for Black Cauldron and The Great Mouse Detective… (don’t get me started on any of these other movies- )
*sigh* I really could go on forever. But, for the sake of sanity I’ll leave it at that. I love these movies (And nearly all Disney movies) very much and to finish off, if anyone wants to talk about these movies ever I am all up for it! Headcanons, plot things, fun facts, random things, anything! :3
*(Lilo and Stitch as a whole is loved by its fans very much, but many of its aspects are still glossed over by most of the modern-Disney-loving society. Pleakley is one ofthe most diverse Disney characters ever ESPECIALLY considering how strict Disney was/is about “controversial” things in their productions!)
that’s all in my little spiel! sorry if I sound too weird about these things but I’m very passionate about this stuff.