The look Neil Patrick Olaf gives toward the fourth wall when he’s saying he prefers longform television to movies because it’s nicer to consume media in the comfort of your own home made me spit my juice lmaooooooo Netflix really kills me
Anyone who knew Violet well could tell she was thinking hard, because her long hair was tied up in a ribbon to keep it out of her eyes.
Violet had a real knack for inventing and building strange devices, so her brain was often filled with images of pulleys, levers, and gears, and she never wanted to be distracted by something as trivial as her hair.
Lemony Snicket in The Bad Beginning: Part Two ↳ “Having a brilliant idea isn’t as easy as turning on a light, but just as a single bulb can illuminate even the most depressing of rooms, the right idea can shed light on a depressing situation.”
The First Trailer of Tangled-Before Ever After has been
out, and after watching a couple of times I am impressed with the animation
quality. The 17 second teaser animation
gave me serious concerns on the quality. The teaser was giving it a flash animation look, it
lacked some of the movement clarity and polish we see in the trailer. However, will the Series Animation be as good
as the BEA animation? That is a good
question, a lot of this stuff is getting out sourced to Canada for this series which puts a big
unknown factor on consistency and quality control. DTVA isn’t known for both of these
things. Granted there has been vast
improvement over the past five years… It
is only a short part of their history. I am looking forward to seeing more on the newer characters, Casandra for one seems like an interesting choice for Raps new best friend. Less handmaiden more shieldmaiden, which is an interesting choice.
I am annoyed about how many people are upset about what people are calling continuity issues with the hair, and the return of the hair in general. The story of Rapunzel is all about the hair… Yes Raps is a beautiful brunette, but her 70 feet of hair is core to her story. Also DTVA has been screaming from the roof top that there will be a reason for the return of the hair, that it is the main plot to the series, and will all be solved by the time the series will end. Which will make sense, because Rapunzel’s hair is the same length three years after the end of the movie, and the short. Unless she kept it short, which would be something a noble of that era would never do, or she was forced to cut it. So this explains the continuity, not hinder it.