Hey yo reply to this post with some of your favorite animated movies. I’m thinking of making a podcast with my little sister and I need to compile a list. Any animated movie from really really great to total terrible flop, as long as it’s aimed at kids. (Aka no sausage party or the like.) Thank you!
Every actor loves playing dress-up, losing yourself in a character, and having fun. Not to get too deep with Deadpool, but he filters all his pain through a prism of comedy and humor. I love that. I relate to that. I’ve done that since I was a little kid. I’m the youngest of four boys in my family so I was never gonna win anything with my fists. I had to win it with my mouth, and I think that’s essentially Deadpool as well. – Ryan Reynolds
Because it’s a movie aimed primarily as kids that has awesomely diverse female representation when it comes to personalities, as well as beautiful animation, explains minds and emotions and memories and all that stuff in a way children can easily understand, passes the Bechdel test in like the first ten minutes, and stresses the importance of your own personal mental and emotional health.
This is a movie with a female protagonist (who enjoys both rainbow unicorns and hockey) that tells kids that if they’re feeling out of sorts, if they’re feeling sad or angry or afraid or disgusted, that’s okay. That’s normal. And it’s telling them to speak up, to tell someone, to express what they feel, because bottling up your emotions - putting on a brave face when you really need to cry - only leads to more pain.
Inside Out teaches kids that it’s okay to feel and that is so, so, so important.
Could you do a Tom Holland imagine where you two made a movie together and are being interviewed about it, and you get along really well and stuff? :)
“So, Tom, how is it working on your first Marvel movie?” the interviewer asks.
“It’s great, really really fun,” he responds with a smile, “I’m working with some great people and it’s an amazing opportunity.” He looks behind the camera to see you pulling a face at his response. “Such a generic answer,” you mouth at him. He can’t help but double over with laughter.
“Especially (Y/N),” he says in addition, “(Y/N) makes filming this movie one of the best experiences. She’s amazing.”
The interviewer smiles at his lovely answer and asks a final question.
“So, is she the mystery girl you mentioned in an interview yesterday?”
Tom and you fall to the floor, laughing hysterically. He doesn’t answer that one.
Reasons why The LEGO Movie is a really, really great movie:
1. It’s got a super great message!
2. There’s not a single character you can genuinely dislike
3. There are tons of celebrities from famous and iconic shows and movies voicing the characters, like Chris Pratt, Liam Neeson and MORGAN FREEMAN, etc
4. EVERYTHING IS AWESOME
5. Everything is from the perspective from an 8 and a half year old
6. THERE ARE NO FART JOKES OR TOILET HUMOR THANK YOU LORD
7. “When you’re scraping the bottom of the barrel, you find yourself with a Will Ferrel.” A quote from the character he voices in the behind the scenes video.
8. THERES A BAD COP AND A GOOD COP THAT ARE LITERALLY THE SAME PERSON WITH TWO FACES
9. Nods to the older lego sets, with the 1980-something space guy, Benny, helmet broken and design scuffed
10. THE VILLIAN IS NOT KILLED OFF.
11. Scribble Cop is precious and he must be protected at all costs.
12. Emmet’s ending speech makes me tear up everytime. “You… don’t have to be… the bad guy. You… are the most talented. The most interesting. The most important person of all time. And you are capable of amazing things. Because you are the Special. And so am I. And so is everyone. The prophecy is made up. But it’s also true. It’s about all of us. And right now, it’s about you. And you, still, can change everything.”