Telepathic Communication Between Hobos

dreamingandwishingofdisney:

mrchristopherrobin:

Toy Story 2 Bloopers

cause pixar animated bloopers

animated bloopers

this is why pixar is greater than everything else

sircuddlebuns:

starscreamsnuggles:

i was so fucking mesmerized by this scene when i first saw it omf

IS THAT TH E FUKCING CHESS GUY

thetinkertoyboy:

disneyscouples:

DISNEY LOVE

I love that at first she thinks it’s misogynistic, and isn’t afraid to call him on it, but then we see him do what we almost never see a male superhero do : He admits he’s scared. 

He’s not trying to belittle her, he’s not trying to tell her or even the kids that they’re not strong, 

He’s trying to protect what he loves most because he’s terrified of losing them. The big, giant robot ripping apart BUILDINGS doesn’t scare him at all compared to losing what he loves.

I love this movie for so many reasons, but this scene is one of the bigger ones. A hero movie where the males are allowed to be emotional without appearing weak? A hero movie where females are allowed to be strong without being callous or woefully 2D? A hero movie where children are allowed to explore their potential instead of being shitty sidekicks?

YES PLEASE.

out-there-on-the-maroon:

pixar personification [x]

Oh my god these are all so adorable I need them in real life!

animationplayground:

One of Pixar’s ideas to show the public how animation works was to build a zoetrope, much like the one Studio Ghibli had made previously. However, instead of drawings, 18 different sculptures were made, and a strobe light was used as they spun around. This made each of the images freeze in space, creating the illusion of animation. [video]

valerielookstimelord:

you guys, this just happened in the parking garage at my university…

astridlovesanime:

ittousagi:

zgulliksen:

the-beautiful-briny:

Yesterday, Drew and I figured out the perfect cast for a live-action remake of Paperman. I’m pretty proud of our choices.

Adrien Brody as ‘George’
Hayley Atwell as ‘Meg’

I approve.

Indeed.

Yes. All of the yes

nothing-rhymes-with-ianto:

crestthe2spookymeerkat:

omfgerbear:

digatisdi:

madredhattie:

THIS SHOWED UP ON MY DASH BUT THE TIMING WAS OFF SO I SAW THIS AND I COULDN’T STOP LAUGHING

oh my god

oh my god the last one I AM CRYING

That last one killed me.

rinlockhart:

4eyedblonde:

agentsandyquinn:

hiddlesexed-up:

SCREAMING!
This is EXACTLY why I love Pixar.

YES.

the news ticker

omg

Icant stop laughing omg

blueaugustsuns:

risaellen:

failedblackwoman:

adriofthedead:

thegoodsonisbad:

ironfistbitch:

wait people got mad at brave because there were no black people in the movie

a movie set in scotland during the 10th century

what really

oh my fucking god

THAT’S NOT WHAT PEOPLE ARE MAD AT

1. Who gave you that time line because it’s kinda speculation, it seems like it’s the 10th century, but the clothes kinda deviate away. THAT’S NOT THE KINDA CORSET YOU WORE BACK THEN.

2. Omfg, did we see the same movie? BECAUSE A WOMAN TURNED INTO A FUCKING BEAR AND THERE WAS A WITCH. Now history books don’t tell a complete truth, but unless I missed something THAT SHIT AIN’T HAPPEN IN THE REAL WORLD.

Therefore, we have left the setting of “Real World.” which means, imaginary.

Which means

YOU CAN DO WHATEVER THE FUCK YOU WANT

Because what I’m reading here, is that you all believe a WOMAN turning into a BEAR and a WITCH that makes little bear carvings all fucking day is more believable…than a PoC being in Scotland during that time period.

Really?

Really? Your imagination is that selective?

3. THERE WERE PoC’S AROUND YOU GUYS. There is a slight history of an African and Indian presence in Early Scotland. Lord almighty, what do you think people over there did for hundreds of years? Wait for white people to discover them? 

…is… is this really that big of a deal?

The movie didn’t do anything racist. It just didn’t have black people.

It also didn’t have Asian people.

It also didn’t have hispanic people.

It also didn’t have middle eastern people.

It didn’t have a lot of things. Who the hell cares? It was an isolated Scottish kingdom centuries in the past. Do you really expect it to be some rich metropolis of equality or something?

Oh wait.

IT’S A FUCKING CARTOON.

I think you’re missing the point. Of the whole post, actually. 

They JUST said that the fact that there weren’t any POCs in it wasn’t what people were mad at. But Disney/Pixar keep cranking out stories where they don’t NEED to put any POCs in. Which is a problem. Who the hell cares? The kids who NEVER see themselves in a cartoon. Who NEVER get to see themselves as the princess. There’ve been POC princesses, yeah, but the movies featuring are so problematic that for all they get RIGHT, they get a fuck load more WRONG. See: Pocahontas. 

Yeah, it’s a fucking cartoon. That little kids are going to watch. So when you’ve got media completely SATURATED with white people, and only white people, that is a huge fucking problem. I am not the person to talk to about just how big a problem it is, because as white girl, this shit is ALWAYS aimed at me. So I’ve never had to experience how shitty it is to have no representation. Although I am seeing the experiences of others who HAVE had to deal with it. And it turns into little black girls thinking that the white doll is prettier. It turns into MAJOR skin care companies putting out stuff to lighten their skin, so they can feel “prettier.”

And just because something isn’t OUTWARDLY (to you) racist, that doesn’t mean that it didn’t come from a racist institution, with racist ideas. A fuckload of people who are racist don’t think that they are, because they like “that X thing with black people in it.” So they can’t possibly be racist. But it’s more than that. 

So if you want to understand WHY people are upset, I suggest actually taking a look, instead of reading one post and deciding on why you think people are upset.

It is never JUST a cartoon. Media does not come out of a vacuum. The lack of POCs in movies cannot be attributed to isolated incidents. 

remembear:

stephshim:

One frame from the new Pixar movie Brave on its journey from storyboard to screen.

(via Mashable)

Pixar is crazy. two programs for just the hair. one program is for each individual strand and another program to put them all together. CRAZY BITCHES

Pixar: The only company that takes the time to make animated blooper reels.

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