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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/
What really happened to Andy's dad in Toy Story? 10 Times Pixar Got Way Too Dark For Kids! Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6 Try out ThePremium Network for free: https://goo.gl/URs6sk Check Out These Other Amazing Videos: 10 Dark Toy Story Theories That Will Ruin Your Childhood-https://youtu.be/bu2KMWo-N70 10 Popular Movie Scenes That Were Changed in Other Countries - https://youtu.be/oB8Fr6Mm2zA Pixar Animation Studios has a way of weaving really dark moments into its kids movies. Sure, it’s not uncommon for family movies to touch on some mature themes to try and teach kids a useful lesson about the world. But sometimes Pixar goes way too far and these moments become too dark even for adults! We’ll look at Toy Story, and the memorable scenes involving Sid. In The Good Dinosaur, Arlo is forced to watch his own dad die! In A Bug’s Life, one character’s death is a little too gruesome for a family-friendly film. Monsters, Inc. could be compared to a Saw movie in one pivotal scene! Ratatouille also features a father teaching his son a lesson in a rather chilling fashion. Finding Nemo again confronts death in a truly heartbreaking opening scene. Oh and speaking of confronting death in an opening scene, Up definitely makes our list for its opening montage. The Incredibles features a heartbreaking family moment. Inside Out teaches us that even the silliest characters can make us cry. Finally, Toy Story 3 goes super dark with one scene that will even make the adults shed a tear. We hope you enjoy this list of some of Pixar’s dark and twisted moments that we can’t believe made it into a kids movie. If you enjoy this video, make sure to hit the like button and subscribe to Screen Rant on YouTube for more awesome content! We’ve got tons of Disney and Pixar content to satisfy your binge-watching needs! Featuring: Toy Story 3 Finding Nemo The Good Dinosaur A Bug's life Monsters Inc. The Incredibles Our Social Media: https://twitter.com/screenrant https://www.facebook.com/ScreenRant https://plus.google.com/+ScreenRant Our Website http://screenrant.com/
Did you catch any of these small details in The Incredibles 2? Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6 Like most Pixar movies, The Incredibles 2 is packed with references, small details, and little moments animators love to add to the movie. With so much action and craziness on-screen, it’s easy for many fans to miss out on all of the Easter Eggs and hidden moments found in the Pixar film. Now we will help you recap all of these hidden moments you probably missed while watching the movie. Jack-Jack’s list of powers in the film are pretty incredible. One of them allowed the boy to disappear in the home, seemingly found in the walls. The power is very similar to the Poltergeist. When Elastigirl starts solving crime, she stays away from her family at a hotel with a painting representing a big theme of the movie. While watching his children, the characters watch TV, but the shows on the television are not fictional -- they are clips from actual shows from the 1960s. Adam West’s Batman has had a big impact on pop-culture over the years and it’s no different with the Incredibles 2 and the way heroes are contacted when help is needed. While the Incredibles doesn’t reference the MCU in many ways, the film does manage to sneak in a fun reference to the film Ghostbusters. The Incredibles featured a huge overhaul when it came to lighting, costume design, and hair, but if you look up to the clouds, a design element will seem very similar to another Pixar film of the past. Watch to see all these moments and several others as the Incredibles 2 becomes a huge hit for the Pixar film studio! Featuring: ENTER THE POLTERGEIST A PAINTING ON THE WALL WATCHING TV CLASSIC BATMAN GHOSTBUSTERS UP IN THE CLOUDS A DATE AT THE MOVIES SAVING THE TRAIN JACK-JACK & MOZART THE OPENING SCENES (Dash, voice actor) Check out these other awesome videos! 10 Paused Disney Moments That Make The Movies Even Better https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v90_X-3sLDE 25 Things Pixar Does That Disney Would Never Do https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWt8-mpBLK8 Our Social Media: https://twitter.com/screenrant https://www.facebook.com/ScreenRant https://plus.google.com/+ScreenRant Our Website http://screenrant.com/
You'll never be able to watch Monsters Inc. the same way ever again after hearing these theories! Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6 Monsters Inc. still remains one of Pixar’s more inventive films with a great original story and a lot of details to dive into. By breaking the movie down into several elements, we may learn about the monsters and some dark theories on their world. Travel back to the adventures of Mike and Sully as we connect them to all types of crazy stories and adventures. The Monsters found a new power source in the form of laughter, but how long will the power last for Monstropolis if everything connected to their world will be gone by the time Wall-E comes around?! The Monsters themselves may not actually be monsters but deformed humans who were exposed to radioactive mutation over the years. Sully was one of the strongest monsters in Monsters Inc., but was he murdered after getting caught in a child’s bedroom? There are numerous theories about the character of Boo and one of them involves a connection to The Incredibles and the character of Violet. If Boo isn’t a superhero, then maybe she is a witch, the same witch we saw in the movie Brave. Monsters University is a great story, but was it really just a movie within a movie to tell the positive rise of Mike and Sully? Andy may feel protected by his toys, but does the character actually have a monster of his own and if he does, who is it? When the monsters fear the touch of humans, what are they actually fearing? Clues point to it being the Black Plague among other things. Sid spent a lot of time terrorizing toys, but did he once enter the world of monsters and cause trouble for Boo? Watch to see all these dark theories! Check Out These Other Amazing Videos: 10 Paused Disney Moments That Make The Movies Even Better https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v90_X-3sLDE 10 Animated Movies That Were Changed In Other Countries https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LhQ7quaZy4 Featuring: THE MONSTERS WILL LOSE THEIR POWER SOURCE RADIOACTIVE MUTATION SULLY WAS MURDERED BOO & VIOLET ARE THE SAME PERSON BOO IS A WITCH A MOVIE WITHIN A MOVIE ANDY HAS A MONSTER MONSTERS & THE BLACK PLAGUE SID IS THE TRUE MONSTER Our Social Media: https://twitter.com/screenrant https://www.facebook.com/ScreenRant https://plus.google.com/+ScreenRant Our Website http://screenrant.com/
There are some parts of this Pixar classic that are just too dark for kids! 10 Dark Theories About The Incredibles That Will Ruin Your Childhood! Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6
After nearly 15 years, The Incredibles remains one of Pixar’s greatest movies. It was a great take on the superhero genre and is beloved by fans who grew up watching it. As the world gears up for The Incredibles 2, it’s a great time to look back on some of the dark and crazy theories which have developed from the original movie.
When Mr. Incredible seeks a new suit design, Edna makes one thing clear – no capes. This is because of a terrible backstory which gets even worse when breaking things down. Jack-Jack showcases a lot of random powers in The Incredibles, but this may be for a very specific reason. Dash is one of the Parr children in the first Incredibles, but he may very-well be the main villain in the sequel as he goes up against his parents. Violet is the quiet and strange one in the family, but she may have been adopted all along. If you’re wondering how the heroes got their powers, you can look back on a theory that the government gave them to the characters in the first place. There are some elements in The Incredibles that can directly connect to Toy Story and how the toys are brought to life. The Incredibles 2 is set to release 15 years after the original, creating a unique timeline that ties in with the original story. The Incredibles may not have been the debut of Violet. Some theories point to the character of Boo actually being a younger version of Violet. Syndrome may have not been a villain after all as he was doing great work for the government. It was a cape that ultimately caused the death of Syndrome, but this may be something Edna planned all along!
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