carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

mobiusnook:

epicdirt:

spotters-guide:

smash-brother:

jdrox:

Um, I thought these were real people.

Why does no one speak of this work of art?

I brought this movie to work once and my coworkers thought they were real people for ten full minutes.

The man who drew him is Herge, the original author of Tintin.

This movie is actually stunningly animated, but it comes perilously close to toppling into the Uncanny Valley.

i feel like when compared to other another uncanny valley film—Polar Express— Tintin did a WHOLE fuck of a lot better with that whole “empty soulless eyes boreing into your soul so deeply you can feel the void spreading inwardly from your skin to your core” problem

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wendycorduroy:

nik-the-bik:

DID YUO KNOE: Gravity Falls creator Alex Hirsch is credited for voicing the character Bill Cipher, but in actuality, Bill is possessing Alex and using him as a vessel to speak to the outside world.

Hirsch accidentally traded his soul to Cipher at the age of seven for a Snickers bar. 

The entirety of the show Gravity Falls is just an elaborate cry for help.

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rnisandrists:

elf-in-mirror:

This right here, ladies and gentlemen, just might be the best beauty-and-beast-story ever.

Because any little girl (or boy for that matter) should grow up knowing that you could be a giant green ogre, and you’d still be bloody gorgeous to the ones that matter.  And not in the “oh, I can overlook your flaws” -kind of way. But in the “those aren’t flaws, they are beauty spots!”-kind of way.

Rant finished.

the donkey fucked a dragon