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I Found A White Cat Hair On Your Shirt This MorningFunny pictures of the day (79 pics)
get to know me– [1/5] favorite male characters: Sirius Black
no shit“We’ve all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That’s who we really are.”
all released movie frames from the maze runner (in order)
Note: Not pitying the dead does not mean we should not symphatize the parents for their struggles in taking care of Elsa. It just means that pitying those who are dead will not change anything.
The unique beauty of Frozen lies in its tragedy. Elsa and Anna obviously suffered a lot, but Hans, too is a tragic figure. I always believed that Hans should be made tragic not just for the sake of the character, but, more importantly, for the sake of the whole story. If Hans was not made a tragic antagonist, but simply someone to be hated by the audience, the tragic nature of Frozen would not feel complete for a film that boldly pushes tragedy to the maximum “purity”. Therefore, I was so glad and relieved when Jennifer Lee said that Hans is a tragic character. Now, if you perceive every atrocious act Hans did towards the sisters as a result of his tragedy, it would mean that the tragedy of Hans was poured over to the tragedy of the sisters, hence doubling the tragedy it appeared to be. Won’t that make the already sad scenes like the betrayal of Anna and the execution of Elsa even more emotional and tragic to the advantage of the movie?