C: “I wish Blaise and Pansy were more canon in the films as Draco’s main gang, when I mean “main” I mean they should have been shown on screen together. To me Blaise, Draco, and Pansy give off that stereotypical Slytherin vibe because each had their own story and personality. They were much more interesting characters compared to Crabbe and Goyle who were just mindless henchmen (except when in DH part 2, Goyle actually stood his ground.)
Would anyone be up for an ic movie night? I’m really feeling like watching Lilo and Stitch and doing something semi productive for Ko since I got a lot of muse. Me and @rikaikokai will be hosting the shindig~!
You know what movie I think is awesome and doesn't get the attention that it deserves? (In my opinion)
The Rise Of The Guardians. I really liked the concept of Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy being the guardians of children. Protecting them from the boogeyman. Keeping them innocent and believing in them. I thought it was great idea. Even though the Easter Bunny was 6'2 and Santa carried swords… it’s not like they were killing people. They were keeping the nightmares at bay.
And the movie was quite funny in parts. I honestly chuckle out loud during it. And my kid loves it!!! He even sleepily announced while he was falling asleep that he wanted to go visit “Easter Bunny Land”.
Plus knowing the Easter Bunny was voiced by Hugh Jackman and that Jack Frost was played by Chris Pine…. or as I think: Wolverine and Captain Kirk…. it just made the movie that much better.
I only ask this because Bug and I were curled up on the couch watching it tonight and he was happily chattering on and on about how cool everything was and telling me his favorite parts. And he never does that with animated movies. Dinosaur movies yes, animated no. I really liked seeing him get so excited by the idea of a protective Easter Bunny. And laughing at the silly elves (they are hilarious). So any movie that grabs a kids attention like that is a good one in my books.
the scene in zootopia where judy microwaves the “carrots for one” meal and then opens it and all she gets is a single sad shriveled carrot and her face nearly sinks off her skull in disappointment is so deeply relatable