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Make it Brittastic

My name is Brittany, I love everything Disney. Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy is by far the best trilogy I have ever seen. If you follow me, I will follow you! :D I usually blog about Disney, Batman, Harry Potter and Studio Ghibli but every now and then I will post random stuff. But who doesn't love random stuff??
Jun 22 '13
pixarmovies:

kkbeadbug:

Woody doll I made with seed beads. I had to make the pattern up as I went along, turned out pretty well I think. Toy Story is like my favorite pixar movie ever lol.

This is pretty cool!

pixarmovies:

kkbeadbug:

Woody doll I made with seed beads. I had to make the pattern up as I went along, turned out pretty well I think. Toy Story is like my favorite pixar movie ever lol.

This is pretty cool!

May 22 '13
theartofanimation:

Disney: Concept Art, The Jungle Book

theartofanimation:

Disney: Concept Art, The Jungle Book

Mar 25 '13
Jan 10 '13
Jan 10 '13
Jan 7 '13
youjustrealized:

At the beginning of the ride the ghost host (the narrator) says the only way to escape the mansion is to die, and he shows that he hanged himself. Near the end of the ride there’s a moment where the ride vehicle turns around backwards and you go off a balcony, which according to this theory represents you jumping to your death.
Before this part of the ride the ghosts are all trying to scare you, but afterwards they sing excitedly and invite you to party with them. (The Grim Grinnin’ Ghosts song.) The only human character in the ride, a groundskeeper, appears after the balcony drop. He faces toward the riders and seems terrified of you.
Could be totally accidental, could be an intentional subtlety by the designers, but either way you’ll never looked at that ride the same way since.

youjustrealized:

At the beginning of the ride the ghost host (the narrator) says the only way to escape the mansion is to die, and he shows that he hanged himself. Near the end of the ride there’s a moment where the ride vehicle turns around backwards and you go off a balcony, which according to this theory represents you jumping to your death.

Before this part of the ride the ghosts are all trying to scare you, but afterwards they sing excitedly and invite you to party with them. (The Grim Grinnin’ Ghosts song.) The only human character in the ride, a groundskeeper, appears after the balcony drop. He faces toward the riders and seems terrified of you.

Could be totally accidental, could be an intentional subtlety by the designers, but either way you’ll never looked at that ride the same way since.

Dec 31 '12
Dec 10 '12
Dec 10 '12
disneypicturelove:

Pretty much my favorite picture ever.

disneypicturelove:

Pretty much my favorite picture ever.

Dec 2 '12
tvworthwatching:

TV WORTH WATCHING:
DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS
ABC, 8 p.m. ET; 11/27/2012
I’d be a Grinch if I didn’t point this out each year: the first showing of Chuck Jones’ 1966 animated treatment of the Dr. Seuss classic.
-David Bianculli

tvworthwatching:

TV WORTH WATCHING:

DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS

ABC, 8 p.m. ET; 11/27/2012

I’d be a Grinch if I didn’t point this out each year: the first showing of Chuck Jones’ 1966 animated treatment of the Dr. Seuss classic.

-David Bianculli

Dec 2 '12
Nov 29 '12
Nov 14 '12
mickeyandminnie:

Damn, Mickey has really grown a few inches over the years. 

mickeyandminnie:

Damn, Mickey has really grown a few inches over the years. 

Oct 27 '12
Oct 27 '12

disney-concept-art:

Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two