anonymous asked:

what are some of your favorite disney movies? asking for a *cough* friend who *cough* wants to send you something *cough*

tangled, hocus pocus, hercules, atlantis, peter pan, treasure planet, up, wreck it ralph, and all ghibli movies disney had a part in producing are all favorites of mine

Things The Gang Do When They Are Alone - Headcanons

Steve: Low key likes to listen to Hank Williams, he really enjoys his music but would never admit it to anybody because the rest of the gang hate it.

Johnny: Thinks about awkward conversations he’s had in the past and imagines himself giving less awkward answers than he gave in reality. 

Two-bit: Runs up the stairs in his house on all fours.

Ponyboy: He plays out conversations with himself, including facial expressions and hand gestures. While doing this he regularly comes up with the perfect comeback for something that has been said to him, although it’s always long after he could have actually used it. He whispers the whole time because he would die of embarrassment if anyone heard him.

Dally: He sometimes reenacts whole scenes from movies, playing all the parts himself, usually in the shower or while brushing his teeth.

Sodapop: He pretends he’s on his own cooking show while preparing food. He looks into the imaginary camera, makes elaborate gestures and facial expressions, lists off ingredients, gets really passionate about flavours, etc. But he never actually talks out loud.

Darry: When he’s getting the mail or the newspaper and he hears a car coming he tries to get into the house without them seeing him. 

It makes me sick how in almost every single show or movie (mostly americans), when Mexico is involved, when there’s something in the plot happening in a Mexican city, it is like 99% ALWAYS pictured as a sandy, dusty little town with a couple strip-tease bars and clubs, old rotten motels and, for the most cliché ones, some chickens in the streets with stray dogs.

Well I am sorry to tell you, but there is more in Mexico. I mean, did they forget Mexico freaking City, aka Ciudad de Mexico?? 

Or, I don’t know, maybe the city I am from, Guadalajara?

Ever heard of Monterrey (the city, not the freaking cheese)?

Or maybe Toluca?

I could list many other cities, but I’ll let you check them if you want and end with the lovely Puerto Vallarta (so long my love, we’ll see each other again, I promise)


Independent Animated Films From ~The Previous Year

Phantom Boy. This is the story of a New York boy who has an illness, but becomes a hero. The boy escapes his hospital-bound body to go check on his family, but soon he uses his ability to solve crimes. It’s another detective story by the makers of A Cat in Paris and it uses the same animation style.

The Boy and the Beast. This is the most recent movie made by the famous anime director who made Summer Wars, Wolf Children and The Girl Who Lept Through Time. This film is about a boy who ventures into the realm of monsters and grows up under the guidance of a beast. Later he reconnects with humanity.

Big Fish & Begonia. This movie was funded in part thanks to social media and became a surprise box-office sensation.

Long Way North. Before working on this film, the director worked on the animation of The Secret of Kells and The Painting. His style here consists of contourless shapes in gorgeous pastel colors. The story is about a teenage girl who goes to the Arctic to look for a lost boat in late 19th century Russia.

Miss Hokusai. This is an episodic anime film about a female artist in Edo Japan who has to deal with work, her eccentric father and a sick sister. It’s based on the life of the daughter of Hokusai, the artist who drew the famous big wave with mount Fuji in the background. The film showcases some of his artwork.

My Life as a Zucchini.  This is the Oscar-nominated stop-motion French film. It’s an adaptation of a semi-autobiographical novel about a boy who goes to live in an orphanage. It’s realistically somber, but it’s also full of charm and even hope. The children’s performances are phenomenal. The Blu-ray comes out in May.

The Red Turtle. This is the Oscar-nominated French film co-produced by Studio Ghibli. It’s a beautiful and quietly contemplative fable about the stages of life. I would say avoid the trailer if you haven’t seen it and intend to watch it because it’s a mini version of the whole film. The Blu-ray comes out in May.

Louise by the Shore. From the director of The Painting and it’s even more beautiful. It’s a deliberately slow and introspective story about an elderly woman who is left alone in a seaside town vacated during the winter.

See full list here.

@c2ndy2c1d jack and johnny watching a scary movie

YOU GOT IT BABE. I have this weird au headcanon that Jack went back to the past–but only to Johnny’s timeline, and he’s stuck there. So I ran with it. Sidenote that I know it’s canon that Johnny is “afraid of very little save for clowns” but for my purposes he get spooked by anything “scary”

There was a strange sense of exhaustion weighing heavily over Jack’s shoulders as he stepped through the threshold of his and Johnny’s small apartment. 

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Mulan, in the outfit she wore at the end of the film,  Jane from Tarzan, in her casual outfit,  Kida, from Atlantis, Nani from Lilo and stitch, in her dark tee that she wore when she comforted Lilo, Giselle from Enchanted, in her pink (animated) dress, and  Tiana, in her yellow waitress dress.

These are part of a series I completed of all ( I guess?) the Disney Princesses, and unofficial princesses, done in my style wearing the outfit of their’s I liked most from their movie. : >

Part 3 of 4.