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There's a paused moment in The Incredibles that reveals a big secret! 10 Paused Movie Moments Disney Wants You To See! Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6 Check Out These Other Amazing Videos: 10 Times Disney Ripped Off Other Films https://youtu.be/VhjDaCCyc50 10 Upcoming DC Movies That Could Push Them Ahead Of Marvel https://youtu.be/aIZrMiovoxo Here at Screen Rant we love a good Easter egg, especially when it’s in a Disney or Pixar movie. We especially love it when we have to pause and look hard to see them, knowing that they have been put in their just for us! So today we’re taking a look at some of the most paused moments that we know they want us to see. We’re checking out how The Incredibles wedding scene is full of ill fated superhero’s, who inspired Edna Mode to remove all capes from her costumes. Which reminds us, are you as pumped for next years Incredibles 2 as we are?! We also take a look at how Pixar fit the Pizza Planet Truck into Inside Out and Brave, where they make some creative use of memory orbs and the witches occupation as a wood carver. We also see Han’s get his own entry, because of the face destroying punch delivered to him by Anna, and also because of how he appears a couple of times in Big Hero 6. Did you spot Mickey and the gang underwater in a scene in The Little Mermaid, and did you wonder how they were breathing? We see Maui become Sven from Frozen as he transforms into different animals when he gets his magical hook back, and we see how Jacques is the only one to still have a clean bag by the time Finding Dory happens. We take a look at Jack Skellington’s brief appearance in The Princess and the Frog, and a brilliant reference to Dumbo hidden within the circus wagon in A Bug's Life. Script by: Alisha Ward Voice Over by: Ryan George Edited by: Martin Baena Featuring: Finding Dory | 0:41 Inside Out | 1:38 Moana | 2:38 Toy Story 3 | 3:34 Frozen | 4:32 The Little Mermaid | 5:26 A Bug's Life | 6:21 Brave | 7:25 The Princess And The Frog | 8:21 The Incredibles | 9:18 Our Social Media: https://twitter.com/screenrant https://www.facebook.com/ScreenRant https://plus.google.com/+ScreenRant Our Website http://screenrant.com/
As kids, these strange messages probably went right over our heads! Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6 If you can recall back to your childhood to a simpler time, you may agree that one of our favorite past times as kids was watching our favorite cartoons and shows. Most of the time our parents monitored what we watched, but other times there were shows that were assumed safe. But even then, there were some subtle messages and innuendos that slipped through the cracks. The amount of messages in these cartoons is actually astounding. For instance, Rugrats has a ton of them. One of them being that Grandpa goes to the video store and rents movies for the kids and an adult video for himself called Lonely Space Vixens. In Rocko’s Modern Life, we also see that one of the odd jobs he takes is that of a phone sex operator. He has an awkward encounter with Mrs. Bighead needless to say. There is also a hilarious reference to being an accident on the Powerpuff girls. And of course there is Dexter’s Lab and Dad’s Trophy. Want to know what that all means? Watch our video and find out. Our Social Media: https://twitter.com/screenrant https://www.facebook.com/ScreenRant https://plus.google.com/+ScreenRant Our Website http://screenrant.com/
Try out ThePremium Network for free: https://goo.gl/URs6sk As a parent, you can help but feel a little uncomfortable watching these scenes with your kids... 10 Animated Movie Scenes That Make Parents Feel Awkward! Subscribe to our channel : http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6 Watching films with your child is a great bonding experience. It gives parents the chance to share great lessons, enjoy great entertainment, and showcase some of their favorite movies from their childhood. As with any type of programming, children will likely have a lot of questions about movies. This can make a lot of scenes very awkward to watch. Take for example, the catchphrase that Lightning McQueen utters in Cars 3 about life being a beach. Then there’s the actions of Ken in Toy Story 3 as parents have to explain cross-dressing and his lifestyle choices. Beauty and the Beast has a lot of violence, but some children may be disturbed by an extremely violent and painful death. In Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur, the dinosaurs raise chickens, but a few of the dinosaurs refer to them as something completely different. The film also features a scene where the characters consume a nature-found wine. Before health reports fully showcased the dangers of smoking, cigars and cigarettes were animated into multiple films. Watching them today feels completely different. In the underrated film Monster House, one of the characters gets confused about female body parts. Just a few minutes into Aladdin, the character visits a brothel house. The candle Lumiere is clearly a womanizer in Beauty and the Beast, but things get a lot crazier for the film’s two sequels. The Monster’s Inc. franchise has featured a lot of adult jokes, but there are many questions about the family connections with the films. Also, if you plan on watching Boss Baby with your children, just know that the whole movie is filled with awkward scenes and plenty of questions that kids will want answers to.
10 Dark Theories About Dead Disney Characters! Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6 There’s no denying Disney movies have a lot of death involved in them. Not only do villains like Scar die, but a number of other characters meet terrible fates as well. Because the company tries to maintain a family-friendly rating, sometimes these deaths are a little more vague than the others. Naturally, fans speculate, come up with theories, and put all types of clues together based off their favorite Disney animation. In Frozen, we meet Sven when he’s just a baby, likely indicating his mother is dead. The truth about Sven’s mother is closer than most think and Kristoff may be involved. Bambi’s mother dies from a mysterious hunter in the classic animated movie, but the fatal shot may have been blown by a villain from Beauty and the Beast. Sully and the other creatures in Monsters Inc. were afraid of humans and for good reason as a Toy Story short once proved. Scar’s death was pretty brutal as they come, but did he suffer the same exact fate as Gaston in Beauty and the Beast? Zira suffered a huge fall in the Lion King 2, but was it a fall or an intention jump? Deleted scenes on the DVD may provide a huge clue to the answer. A small fly dies in the Emperor’s New Groove, but it could have been a human all along. Ariel’s mother’s death was off-screen for several years until some footage revealed a dastardly pirate may have been involved. Watch these deaths and learn about several more to see the dark theories fans have tied to them! Our Social Media: https://twitter.com/screenrant https://www.facebook.com/ScreenRant https://plus.google.com/+ScreenRant Our Website http://screenrant.com/
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Disney and Pixar are both cornerstones in the world of animation, putting out some of the best and most iconic films in the animated medium. Having worked together since the 1990’s, it makes sense that the animation powerhouses would share more than a few similarities, but since Disney acquired Pixar in 2006 it’s gotten harder to tell the difference between the two. It used to be the case that you could tell Disney and Pixar apart just by looking, but this isn’t always the case now. As it stands though, there are still a few ways to tell the two apart, and that’s what we’re taking a look at today.
When Disney solely used hand-drawn animation, there was no problem. But Disney now favour digital, and the style isn’t so different from Pixar that it can always be told apart at first glance. Disney have broke tradition to produce films like Zootopia, and Pixar went into it to produce Brave. In both cases, it’s been common for people to think they were done by the opposite animation house.
We take a look at how Disney are known for their catchy karaoke worthy musical numbers. And how the art in both shares some similarities, but how both production companies have their own unique twists on their styles.
Pixar also has a better grounding in reality than Disney, which shows through in their worlds, their creation of character, and their story telling, whilst Disney favours fairy tales and old stories.
The differences can be broken down into once upon a time, or what if?
Script by: Alisha Ward
Voice Over by: Joseph Delaney
Edited by: Martin B. @HandCraftedCine
"Once Upon A Time" Or "Wouldn't It Be Cool If?" | 0:55
The Art Is Different | 2:00
Pixar Builds Bigger Worlds | 3:10
Pixar Is More Grounded In Reality | 4:18
Disney Uses Villains | 6:34
Robert De Niro is BIG | 4:43
Pixar's Characters Are More Relatable | 7:46
Disney Doesn't Really Make Sequels Anymore | 9:01
Leave The Singing To Disney | 10:10
Comedy | 11:16
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