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for real, though

i did actually rewatch lilo & stitch

can we all just take a moment to mention how bloody sad that film was?

 

like

my god

 

i went into that with bunsen-burner coppercoin jokes and i left in tears

was that a kid's movie

who made that a kid's movie

who thought 'oh yeah kids should enjoy this incredibly sad story'

;____________;

 

i watch disney movies for white people who are sad because of magic

i was not ready for this

 

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This is partially why it is one of my favorite films.

it wasn't on my list before, but it really, really is now.

i was not expecting that level of realism from it, they do not let their jokes go unchecked

'don't turn left' ;-;

everything about it is just great

 

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I forgot why it's sad? I mean, yeah, dead parents, but let's be honest, that's in almost every other Disney movie.

 

I'm guessing you mean how Nani was trying to balance everything and all of the "whoa, this is heavy" scenes of the movie? Yeah, they did a good job with that, imo.

 

... wait, how many scenes were like that? One, two... ... seven? At least seven. ... I love this movie...

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Lilo & Stitch is a wonderful gem of a Disney movie. It successfully balanced all of the emotional beats and did so to an incredibly rocking soundtrack. And it includes Stitch who is arguable one of the most adorable Disney character in their whole canon.

 

And in response to your question, I wouldn't call it a kids' movie myself. It's made with the intent that kids can understand it, but primarily I think the target was all ages.

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I forgot why it's sad? I mean, yeah, dead parents, but let's be honest, that's in almost every other Disney movie.I'm guessing you mean how Nani was trying to balance everything and all of the "whoa, this is heavy" scenes of the movie? Yeah, they did a good job with that, imo.... wait, how many scenes were like that? One, two... ... seven? At least seven. ... I love this movie...
I was talking like the social services, Stitch's struggles to overcome his programming and be nice (which could easily have been played for laughs without showing the consequences for Lilo and Nina, and I think it's great that it did).

 

Lilo & Stitch is a wonderful gem of a Disney movie. It successfully balanced all of the emotional beats and did so to an incredibly rocking soundtrack. And it includes Stitch who is arguable one of the most adorable Disney character in their whole canon. And in response to your question, I wouldn't call it a kids' movie myself. It's made with the intent that kids can understand it, but primarily I think the target was all ages.
Yeah, I think I'd agree that it's targeted at everyone (and the soundtrack was really great). I just love this movie so much right now.- Indigo Individual

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When I saw your other blog entry, I was definitely expecting something like this to follow.

 

It's the reason for why it's one of my favourite Disney movies - and why I watch it only once or twice a year. Too much heartbreak. ;n;

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When I saw your other blog entry, I was definitely expecting something like this to follow.

 

It's the reason for why it's one of my favourite Disney movies - and why I watch it only once or twice a year. Too much heartbreak. ;n;

 

you could have warned me ;__________;

 

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