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"ARE THOSE CLOUDS?"
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Fifteen year old Georgia Waratjiry’s parents have three rules.
One, “don’t tell anyone you’re a weredingo”.
Two, “don’t ask anyone if they’re magical”.
Three, “don’t contact any specialist paranormal institutions”.
Georgia is bored with life, school and everything in between and feels disconnected from the magical world that she rightfully belongs to until she finds a paranormal forum she’s never heard of in her older sister’s internet history.
She plunges headfirst into a community of telepaths, gargoyles, vampires and flying teenagers. Before long, Georgia learns how to visit the Alterworld, an alien, magical dimension that is intrinsically interlinked with our own.
But when her human best friend is kidnapped by violent fairies, Georgia’s world begins to unravel…
Cover character illustration by Ba Phong Lam.
Remember when this happened and people started freaking out saying that the animators are deserving of termination because they let this happen? I mean ever since this was revealed people claimed that Wreck-It Ralph was a piece of shit for letting such an error occur. Clipping is always completely unacceptable and the animators are an embarrassment to the industry. How dare this have a 165 million dollar budget and allow this to slip by.
Wait…that didn’t happen? Nobody cared? Because they love the film? Because it brought them so much joy? Because we know that the animators still tried their hardest to make this to the best of their ability evident by their wonderful scenery and fluid animation? Well fuck.
If you can’t see it there are actually two errors here. One is King Candy’s tongue clipping through his teeth. The other is what I think are unfinished eyelids lowering. That was not an artifact of the gif. I looked at the film and it was there. The teeth error was pointed out a while ago but I saw the post get 20 notes maybe? Not one of them was OMG THIS FUCKING LAZY ASS MOVIE.
Point is, if you’re going to discredit one film because of minor errors it’s only fair that you analyze others. Don’t just jump on films you don’t like because the errors confirm your suspicion of a crappy movie. If you were not one of those people but still are critical of Frozen’s errors then it would be better to do the same with others. I’m sure that Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph aren’t the only films with errors in them.
Both movies screwed up okay? Despite this error I still fucking love the hell out of this movie and this is still a powerful scene. I’m sure all the fans of this movie who have been getting on Frozen’s case will not lose their interest because of it. If you do then I’m sorry for ruining it for you but the truth sometimes hurts I guess.
Okay I promise I’m done ranting for today.
Seriously there are animation errors in every goddam movie.
shut up guys.
I just saw someone say they hated Frozen because of the braid error.
Well good for you.
I just notice another error that OP didn’t notice, his jaw clips through his collar a bit. I’m not letting this ruin my opinion on Wreck-It-Ralph.
Thank you, OP. I don’t know why everyone’s been up in arms over these things nowadays when in the past we’d simply laugh and brush it off when a 2D Disney movie had articles of clothing colored incorrectly, or an accessory went missing altogether. If minuscule mistakes like that ruin an entire film for you, then I don’t know how you enjoy any movie you’ve ever watched.