What I mean:
“When Jack Skellington was looking for Santa Claus at the end of the
movie, he seemed pretty determined and collected, but as soon as he
heard Sally scream, he visibly went into full-on rage mode. He was pissed but
kept a calm tone and showed no fear to whatever was coming his way.
There was clear spite in his look and I’m pretty sure he would’ve let
Oogie get shot by those robots he was dancing on if he hadn’t have pressed those buttons in time. He showed no
hesitation when it came to pulling that string off of Oogie, and when he
said, “How dare you treat my friends so shamefully!”, he actually was
fully referring to Sally because he really had no background with Santa
at all. Which means that Jack Skellington was willing to kill Oogie
Boogie, not because he had Santa, but because he was planning on harming
Sally. Jack showed no sympathy or sadness as to when Oogie died, even
though Sally was clearly shocked. If he did all this while the two of
them were still friends in the movie, then I can only come to the
conclusion that Jack would legitimately kill anyone who has the audacity to try and
“Weeeeell now! It looks like you loose,” sneered the
boogieman at his lowly subjects.
“P-please, Mr. Oogie,
The three of them – a brash werewolf pup, a baggy-pants
corpse, and fat, young vampire – were trembling before the knees of their
They tried not to look at each other. The last thing they
needed was the disapproving glance of a ghoul more accepting of his grim fate,
to remind them how big a failure they were.
“Are you serious?” The king grabbed the vampire boy by his
collar and held him up for the town to see. Then he dropped him on the other
two accomplices of this crime. The Boogie-King could hear the vampire’s
brothers crying from the back of the crowd.
“How quaint! Care to join him boys? You know what they say: a
family who sleighs together stays together! AAAhahahaahAHHHAA!”