such an underrated disney movie

  • What she says: I'm fine
  • What she means: why is Treasure Planet so underrated. Does nobody appreciate the concept of pirates in space. All the steampunk is beautiful and the animation is amazing and the storyline is wonderful and it has a relatable loveable rogue character and doesn't rely on romance to be a good movie why isn't anyone talking about this movie.

I’m excited to finally share what I did for the current Guzu Gallery show here in Austin! 

The show is all about cartoons and animation and I just HAD to do something from my favorite Disney song (any maybe favorite Disney movie), Hercules. Hercules is incredibly underrated as far as I’m concerned! 

Prints are available HERE.

frozen is the first disney movie that teaches girls that they don’t need a man!

frozen is the only disney movie about loving sisters!

frozen is the only disney movie where love is not the main theme!!

frozen is the first disney movie that have powerful role models!

frozen is the-

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Severely Underrated Disney Movies (IMO)

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I got this idea a couple years ago but I knew it would mean doing a crazy background and that did me a frighten so I procrastinated. Then I did a really good scene at work and was feeling good and began the journey of finally finishing this piece. I’m pretty happy with it! I was hoping to finish it by the release of the 4th game but in the end I finished this in August. 

So the idea is a riff on a certain fantastic scene from one of the most (if not THE most) underrated Disney movie ever. Except these carvings are far more relevant to Drake’s journey.

anonymous asked:

I'm gonna have a movie weekend with my friends! Can you recommend me five movies we should definitely watch?

Let’s see…

Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Why? An underrated Disney movie with stunning soundtracks and visuals.

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Song of the Sea
Why? One of the prettiest movies you’ll ever see.

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Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem
Why? The proof that movies doesn’t need any dialogue to be great.

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Waltz With Bashir
Why? A strange movie with strong narrative that teaches about war and people.

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Kung Fury
Why? The most shitpost thirty minutes of your life. Also vikings with gatling guns.

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The signs as underrated Disney movies
  • Aries: Meet the Robinsons
  • Taurus: Atlantis: The lost empire
  • Gemini: The sword in the stone
  • Cancer: The princess and the frog
  • Leo: The great mouse detective
  • Virgo: Home on the range
  • Libra: Oliver and company
  • Scorpio: The hunchback of Notre Dame
  • Sagittarius: The rescuers
  • Capricorn: A Goofy movie
  • Aquarius: The treasure planet
  • Pisces: The emperor’s new groove
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Reasons Mulan is the most underrated Disney movie ever:

  • The original girl power movie
  • seriously Disney hasn’t topped this yet in terms of a female role model
  • she didn’t start out particularly desirable 
  • like the matchmaker literally told her no man would ever want her
  • her motivation was completely to protect her father not a man
  • Mushu is the best animal companion ever
  • he thinks the horse is a cow for half the movie
  • calls out ridiculous “manly” mannerisms and expectations
  • male lead with a name and  actual relevance (looking at you Cinderella)
  • Mushu
  • Shang is a manly soldier but also an awkward teenage fuck
  • Shang’s privilege as the general’s son is plainly called out
  • MISTER I’LL!  MAKE A MAN!  OUT OF YOUUUUUU!
  • societal expectations are as much the antagonist as the Huns
  • nothing is given to her she has to fight for every little victory
  • Mushu
  • bomb ass music
  • like actually you can’t help singing because it’s bomb
  • “A Girl Worth Fighting For” is literally just about unrealistic expectations men have of women
  • men have to dress in drag to save country how’s that for girl power
  • Eddie Murphy as Mushu
  • she don’t just save the country but she beats the men at their own game
  • hilarious, tasteful humor universal to all ages
  • love based on mutual respect
  • not once is it her beauty or “feminine” qualities that validate her
  • Emperor is a BAMF
  • by the end this bitch has the whole country on it’s knees for her
  • even the ending credits have bomb music
  • MUSHU!!!!!
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 of the 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.

I wish the “Dark Age” of Disney got talked about more in a positive way. Most people view it as some of Disney’s worst, but it’s not. I personally like The Black Cauldron. The Great Mouse Detective is one of my favorite movies of all-time and more people deserve to know about it. Oliver and Company I though was also very good and it had some awesome backgrounds. And Billy Joel. Seriously, it doesn’t get better than that. Basically all underrated Disney movies (etc The Aristocats, Treasure Planet, Atlantis, etc) need to be talked about a whole lot more.