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So what if the sequel isnt good? What do?
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It cant
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>>81584646
DELETE THIS !
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/frz/ 2.0 strikes again
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Zootopia is a masterpiece, I have every faith in Disney animators and producers to deliver and admittedly they got better at it.
Granted, this I don't think it is likely they will top emotional impact and depth of the first part, but they might as well explore other avenue of emotional engagement as it were.
Notwithstanding the above, I'll just be glad to see more Zootopia.
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>>81584674
Do you also cry about BvS having constant threads?
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>>81584680
I really wouldn't mind if it didn't have the same impact, honestly. I'd love to see a straight-up adventure in the world they've created.
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>>81584797
>at least five long years
>maybe even more
how will I able to hold these feels for so long?
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>>81584674
its a thread about a film that's still in theaters, jesus christ.
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>>81584646
[Spoiler] Cry [/Spoiler]
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>>81584797
What I really like about the film is that its an adventure story about prejudice instead of a very special episode of blossom.

So yeah, I agree.
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Well, movie is ruined forever I guess...
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>>81584873
Nah, he's a fox.
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>>81584646

as long there will be someone there to keep in check Byron sequel might be better or at least comparable to original.

>two years of work flushed down in the toilet because no one told him furry dystopia wouldnt work
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>>81584873
wew lad
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>>81584936
I want to hold her hands.
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>>81584839
Well, this one took five years, didn't it? Because they scrapped one concept that had gotten pretty far, had to do a lot of research, and--unless I'm mistaken--invented new fur simulation tech, which took something like 8 months. Unless they wait a while to start I don't think it'd take five years.
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>>81584646
>still thinking that there will be a sequel
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Well, I want to reignite my old ambitions and become a better person
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Guys, I think I'm in love with Nick.
Captcha: Select all images with pies.
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>>81585039
I have bad news for you...
https://vine.co/v/ij2i3Q6FeOp
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>>81585023

this is a succesful movie, beginning of a franchise, this is no Chicken Little flop kind of deal.

of course it all depends on DISNEY, if they want to strike the iron while it's hot or just swept it under the rug burning the floor.

>tfw i'd love zootopia picture on my wall but people'd think i'm childish.
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Guys...
It's happening...
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>>81585107
198:4

I'd say that's a pretty solid ratio in any situation.
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>>81585107

4 Irrevelant reviews.

Virtue is no afraid of critism.
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>>81585133
>how could anyone be so bitter they pushed the Zootopia away rather than use it as a catalyst for their recovery?
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>>81584646
What do you think will the sequel be about?
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>>81585107
what a douchebag at least he rated it above BvS
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you think disney is ordering any new kind of merchandise?

or it's gonna be like BH6 where they made a handful of plastic toys and forgot it existed?
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>>81585166
I hope nothing we can guess - which will make it fresh and exiting.

also, I've read a comic posted here where Nick and Judy talk over the phone as Nick is away for a couple of months for his training. Is it official thing and how it's called because I want to order it?
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>>81585193
Expect a lot of merch to start coming out around September/October.
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>>81585193
Disney never has any merch when a movie first comes out.
I still remember the dark days when Frozen dolls were being scalped and resold for a hundred bucks or so
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>>81585251

why then? dvd/blueray release?
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>>81585293
That and gearing up for Holidays.
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>>81584646
Wonder how they fucked it up.
There are SO many storytelling opportunities in the setting.
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>>81585080
TS Eliot said one of the most childish things in life is an overriding desire to appear grown up.

As long as you don't act like a little kid about it you can have a few pieces of merchandise. Disney's an exception for a lot of Serious Adults anywayl.
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>>81584674
Stay mad faggot
>>81584873
Nah, the film creators call him a fox, he's a fox
>>81584646
I would be surprised if it wasn't, the story left off on such an open ended point it would be hard to fuck up.
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>>81585184
lol the chief of police is voiced by a black guy.

I love when critics lie.
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>>81585221
no it was fanart. Not great, IMO, but you can find it easily enough with a quick deviant art search. If you like it they probably have a patreon. The only official comic I remember is that translated Chinese comic that got posted.
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>>81585039
Welcome to the club
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>>81585166
Well it definitely won't happen but what I'd want to see is some kind of weird fiction/cosmic horror story dealing with the origins of the city wherein it is subtly implied that the otherworldly terrors were human in origin
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>>81585355

sorta like AFOLs right? (adult fans of lego)
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>>81584873
Nah.
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>>81585312

will they halfass it, or can we expect some actual quality?
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>>81584646
why is nick skyping judy's mum without a shirt on?
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>>81585107
Fug

How many more goodie will it take to push it back up?
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>>81585421
Pretty sure no one actually calls themselves that, but sounds about right.
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>>81585446
I would expect quality from Japanese stuff if it gets popular enough over there. Maybe some actually decent articulated figures.
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>>81585486

oh come on, no one gave a shit when lego movie score dropped because of 4 attention whores.
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>>81585448
It's from a comic, he had just woken up.
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>>81584646
The real question is: Did disney expect the movie to explode like it did, or was it a runaway hit?

They usually release a decoy movie before their usual princess bait, so I dunno.
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>>81585039
>not Gideon
Shit taste, f.a.m
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>>81585519
I was exaggerating, 98% is still great.

Question still stands: how many more good ones will we need to push it back up.
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>>81585507

i'd kill for a finnic toy with bat.
enough of that elefur bullshit.

>>81585533

this is literally lion king 2.0 case
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>>81585533
>le disney b movie myth
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>>81585525
post comic? I can't find it.
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>>81585039
>that spoiler

Why does it seem like those captchas are so common in these threads.

Is Gideon a mod?
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>>81585641
dump incoming
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>>81585671
>Not using Legacy captcha
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>>81585542
>tfw you will never be his gay lover
>tfw he will never confide in you about his fathers Homophobia and kicking him out when he was 14 and moving in with his Grandma who taught him to bake.
>tfw he will never sadly tell you how he regrets how he treated people.
>tfw you will never be able to comfort him and tell him how he's a good person now and that's all that matters.
>tfw you will never taste those sweet pies.

Why live?
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>>81585486
If I calculated that correctly it now needs around 64 additional good reviews to be over/around 98.5% (hence RT score of 99% assuming ceil rounding) again. (assuming that there are no bad reviews anymore from now on).
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>>81585777
see: OP
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>>81585734
>you'll never cuddle w/ judy
No, this isn't happening!

there's no reason for me to go on!

WHAT AM I FIGHTING FOR????!
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>>81585820
yup

insert after >>81585743
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>>81585800
Does it really just go straight to the OP picture from here? Seems like there should at least be one more.
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>>81585900
yeah, that's all there is
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>>81585900
There's a bonus panel but it doesn't really relate, weird ending imo.
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>>81585929
>>81585928
It's just odd going from "who's your friend" to immediately knowing his name.
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>>81585107
would you actually prefer people to see a 99% so they have higher expectations for such a (just) good film?
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>>81584646
of course i think the sequel will be good but even if it was complete garbage i'd still love and watch it. hell, i'll take anything zootopia i can get
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>>81585193
It's a movie about cute furry animals, they are going to make an infinity of plushes.
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>People still not convinced Judy x Nick isn't canon.

>Judy's playlist
>The Cardigans - Lovefool
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>>81585980
I'd rather see Zootopia near the top of the 'best animated film' list than the typically overrated Pixar tripe like the Toy Story films.

Not that it matters -- I mean, Toy Story 3 has a higher RT score than fucking Spirited Away.
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>>81586016
>toy story
>pixar tripe
overrated, sure. but fucking take that back
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Who the fuck allows all these shitty reviewers obviously just vying for their first chance to ever affect anything with their shitty writing
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>>81586062
>overrated
I wouldn't even call it that, especially not Toy Story 2. TS3 for sure though.
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>>81586016
Toy Story is god tier animation
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>>81585980
Sarcasm and overacting is part of the jokes on 4chan
But on a serious note, the actual problem I have is how all these four Rotten critics actually see the movie itself. I mean if you don't like something even if that's a masterpiece, there are no problem with that, but these four Rotten critics try to make their critics sound like objective views then they are totally not.
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>>81585719
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>>81586062
I'm finding pixar movies blander with every passing year, best just to never rewatch them.
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>>81585719
>still no anonxGideon coming out/romantic fics

Literally how?
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>>81586086
let's be honest, zootopia was just another glib facsimile
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>>81586155
I enjoy TS1 every time I watch it. Maybe you're just the animation-equivalent of a tired gamer.
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update on that little action story thing if anybody's interested, there's going to be a little epilogue after this.

http://pastebin.com/2pkwxfhn

Update: wiseguy edition.
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>>81586130
>>81586062

Meh, I've just never been into it.

I'll give you the first one for being "revolutionary" and being a piece of nostalgia. It's not a bad film, just one I never really felt as obsessed over as most people.

Toy Story 2 was decent too. I will not, however, take back my comments regarding Toy Story 3. That is by far the most overrated animated film of all time, and in no way deserves the praise people give it. That it is at a 99% and higher than films like Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke is absolutely disgusting.
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help!, I need more pics of him for references
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>>81586152
>Don't ever talk to me or my Lamborghini ever again
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>>81586190
nah son

there are problems with it but funny enough, these reviewers manage to ignore them for low-hanging fruit like pretending that the creators put minorities as the predator voice actors on purpose or saying using animals for social commentary is "problematic"
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>>81586206
I enjoy Toy Story 1 because it has the best character
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>>81584665

tfw this artist draws your favorite fetish.

but besides that, his fanart of these characters is top notch.

this sfw picture, keep that in mind, mods!
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Sorry for being so late but i just saw the movie. The flowers were contrived as fuck it's like they wrote them in at the end just to have a resolution. Also, Nick was too quick to fully opening up about his deepest problems and it made the relationship feel underdeveloped. I've just never been a fan of scenes where characters seem to be completely aware of what their subconscious drives are. Still overall good though. Clawhauser is life.
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>>81585993

i dig the finnick you posted

let me post my newest find.
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>>81586391
i need to do a sweep for more finnick... or create my own
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>>81586296
sorry, glib facsimile is a /tv/ meme, I thought people here would recognize it
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>>81586363

actually i wanted to post this picture.. oh well.

...sharing is caring, right?
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>>81586343
Is this Hard Rain on the ps3?
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>>81586382
watch the documentary, feels like shifting from proto-zootopia they had to rush and didn't spend enough time developing the characters or plot due to it. i feel they toned down the gut punches too much as well, having the original to compare to.
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>>81586382

>slipknot.gif
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>>81586418
Not him but I had a hunch.
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>>81585719
>not Nick greens
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>>81586363
>>81586433
God damn.
Not only is this diamonds, but that's wonderfully on-model.
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>>81586418
i have been memed
judy should arrest you

i thought it might've been but i don't frequent /tv/
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And this is a real fox.
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>>81586418
How is /tv/ nowadays? I would go over and check right now but it seems it's currently imploding over the Rogue One trailer and nothing coherent is making its way to the surface.
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So whaddya call a baby fox/bunny?
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>>81586523
cute
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>>81586459

we can only blame Byron for that. still, it worked in the end, otherwsie we'd have flop like Chicken Little or Brother Bear.
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>>81586464
>not waiting until the image limit
Why can't Gideonfags keep their dicks in their pants?
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>>81586382
>The flowers were contrived as fuck it's like they wrote them in at the end just to have a resolution
Yeah I'll agree with this, it wasn't the flowers as much as the really convenient way she found out about them being the cause. They just happen to have a conversation where they just happen to come up. Ok then.
>Nick was too quick to fully opening up about his deepest problems and it made the relationship feel underdeveloped. I've just never been a fan of scenes where characters seem to be completely aware of what their subconscious drives are.
I may have agreed on my first viewing but I've seen the film twice now and feel that she did save him and he obviously is very against other people being treated like he was. I don't think it was too quick at all, it seemed very relevant to their current situation so he confided in her, she'd proved to him that she was different so he decided to take a chance and open up to her, he was also quick to move away from the topic.
>I've just never been a fan of scenes where characters seem to be completely aware of what their subconscious drives are.
I actually really liked this, lot's of people know exactly why they do the things they do even if they don't necessarily think they are doing the right things in their lives. Nick knows that he could be more but feels the situation is too helpless to even bother trying.
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>Fan OC

Okay it's cute... But-

>Has to use Walkie Talkie anklet to communicate with the Rodentia

SOLD!
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>>81586545
The documentary told us that literally everyone was on board with the collar idea. It wasn't byron dragging the team along with it.
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Anything can be cool, if you know how to own it.
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>>81586587

Zootopa OC or Zoosonas start to popup here and there...

i do agree, this is clever.

>>81586613
...

bunch of idiots.
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>>81586518
it's /b/ 3.0 or /v/ 2.0

it's ok
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>>81586587
>Anklet walkie talkie

Okay, I agree, that's pretty clever. and kinda cute
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>>81586545
no, the pixar people was the one who responsible with the collar thing being erased completely and the main characters switch
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>>81586459
>imagine they had all the time to develop the published concept fully. The movie would have been some 20-30 minutes longer, too.
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>>81586459
yea, clip related made me want to watch the movie but their tones ended up being nothing alike
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>>81586663

>pixar owns disney magic

kek.
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>>81586641
does japan think judy is like, 13?
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>>81586693
what?
Is this a simple reading comprehension issue or something larger?
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>>81586707
Tbf she looks it
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>>81586678

yeah.. for example finnick's screentime was criminal, he'd probably got at least one more scene where's he's not your stereotypical little angry fellow.
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>>81586689
>A simple tailor
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>>81586693
judging by Pixar's last 5 movies, Disney Animation has all the Disney magic.

Though maybe it's because of Pixar giving them all their own magic... It is a mystery.
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>>81586641
My heart
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>>81586722

they had the craft, the tools, the research.
but forgot about the most important .
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>>81586723
NO ANON

YOURE GONNA GET US IN TROUBLE
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>>81586663
>Pixar waters down concept to make it cute and cuddly

You know... I love how the film turned out and honestly think that maybe the right decision was made.

That said -- I despise how often Disney film seem to have last-minute changes to make them more 'family friendly' according to the executives (mostly ex-Pixar people it seems). It's like they don't want American animation to take any steps forward and out of the 'kiddie' ghetto.
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>>81586723

>boobs

drawn by a furry then. under the smug slug with it!
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64ElDmy-zB4

Lets have fun with language!
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>>81586816
WEAPONISED CUTE
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>>81586809

i could post polish "Try everything" translated into "Dont be afraid to want"

...yeah.
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>>81586723
Even Jude's lewds are pure, heathen
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>>81586784
not exactly cute and cuddly, but they felt the need of the movie introduction with more optimistic vibe and addressed the issue afterwards.
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>>81586784

when you think Disney you think "cute movie for kids and adults"

i dunno, maybe Laika could pull off such movie... but not this company.
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>>81586839
>>81586809
While we're at it...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWtC88ViBXo
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>>81585998
>that song
Wow, so many implications about that song. So many feelings to me.

Well I think it was a nice ride guys. Time to back to the reality, I'll see you when the sequel arrives.
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GET YOUR PAWPSICLES

Organic!

Only 2$ each!
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>>81586866
Well like I said, in this case it worked out fine. But then you have something like Frozen where they make it so Elsa is the villain... and then after hearing "Let it Go" suddenly she can't be the villain anymore because the song is 'too emotional' so they shoe-horn Hans in.

Executive meddling also, if I'm not mistaken, is really hurting Pixar too (if Brave and Good Dinosaur are any indication). Sometimes it works, but too much of it can neuter your final product to the point where it just feels so watered down.
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>>81586922
Yes
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>>81586658
AAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!
KILL IT! KILL IT!
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>>81586913
I want to suck on nicks paws
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>>81586869
I don't know. I mean... Disney is making so much $$ now they could probably afford to take a risk here and there.

Also let's not forget Disney has made some pretty dark stuff in the past (*cough*Lion King*cough*) and sure there's always some executive imput but it just seems like as long as Disney will have a monopoly on the film industry the least they could do is try to take some risks so their films don't all come across as the same.

Don't get me wrong I loved Zootopia, but it is still sad to see how much influence executives have over directors and their creative visions.
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>>81586954
Wouldn't those be Finnick's?
still works for me
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The full size was over 4MB so here's the link
http://www.pixiv.net/member_illust.php?mode=medium&illust_id=56249437
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>>81586965
They have a large market share, not a monopoly.
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>>81586919

Let it Go lacked the evil laugh at the end, villains always laugh at the end of their songs.

>Brave

>Expect badass scottish readhead battling bears and bandits

>get mommy issues splattered all over the movie

>>81586965

i like what i got, and i hate the previous concept, in this case the execs were right.
shame they saw it that late in the production.
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>>81586723
>boobs
She has those chest tufts, not breast. She is flat as a board.
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>>81587046
did he fill it with piss?
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>>81586965
>Don't get me wrong I loved Zootopia, but it is still sad to see how much influence executives have over directors and their creative visions.

In Zootopia's case it really was the right idea, I think. Besides, it wasn't purely exec meddling, it came about after audience tests, which revealed that audiences were reacting in a completely different way than they wanted, so something clearly wasn't working. The question is why didn't they test their concept to an audience earlier.
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>>81587022
Give it time. Soon 90% of mainstream films will be coming out of the house of mouse.
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>>81586846
>Has ptsd level trauma about muzzles
>proto-art has him in a shock collar that he hates
>draws him wearing bdsm gear

I like bdsm as much as the next guy but if Judy ever tried to convince nick to wear any kind of collar he'd probably cry, have a breakdown and skip town with no warning.
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>>81587091
Yeah they always seem to do overhauls at the last minute, and that really hampers the projects.

Zootopia just got lucky that Byron and Rich both are so talented that they were able to circumvent that and still produce a coherent, strong script that included a lot of plot-points yet did not seem overtly rushed.

In that case I give more credit to the directors than the executives.
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>>81587084
I thought he drank it and just left it there, yellow is not a good color for what the were trying to do.
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>>81586965
Darkness without substance isn't a step in the right direction, see BvS.

The collars were scrapped because they paint a bleak 1984-ish world you're otherwise supposed to root for. That would've made the movie dead on arrival
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>>81587111
He wears ties all the time, though. I doubt it's much of a jump or particularly traumatic for him to wear a collar, especially if he does it in the safety of his own home. Or Judy's, as the case may be.
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>>81587046
>>81587084
>>81587144
He opened it for her when she wasn't looking, and screwed the top back on before she came back. He wanted to help but not hurt her pride.

Which makes my heart feel all warm and tingly. Either that or the bacon I ate this morning.
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>>81586188
>Wanting anonxGideon coming out/romantic fics
>Not TravisxGideon coming out/romantic fics

It's such a good ship.
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So is this a reference to something? Seems familiar
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>>81587175

i love when they help each other.

got these two pictures where they help each other with their ties?
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>>81587160
There is a big difference between a tie and collar anon, especially when you've been treated like a monster since you were a kid and is kinda traumatized by it.
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>>81587155
Or they could have said 'fuck redemption' and actually have had Nick and Judy leave together.

I mean, fine I guess that would be strange for a Disney film (and like I said before -- I'm absolutely fine with how Zootopia came out -- I'm just not entirely on board with the principal it sets, along with the cases of Frozen, Bolt, etc) but it could still work.

Not every animated film needs to be a comedy, just like not every superhero film does. Just because BvS turned out to be shit doesn't mean DC should suddenly start going for the 'le quippy' tone of Marvel films.

There will be a company that will finally take these risks, and imho it will either be Laika (like an anon said) or DreamWorks (if Katzenberg is fired and replaced with someone who pushes for more HTTYD-like films).
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>>81586523
>He'll grow up to be whatever he wants.

Crying_because_it's_adorable.png
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>>81587156
>Nick sees muzzle
>it ain't me starts to play

That said, fuck you for making me see sad Nick again. I already am upset I can't hug him, and this only makes it worse.
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>>81587155

i'm torn, i kinda want to see this movie, yet i know it's bad... but it's superman... but it is 3/10 movie.. but it has batman...
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>>81587224
Which is why it's such a cute gift for Nick to surprise Judy with after making absolutely sure he won't flip his shit
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Second Animation is finished!

Recreation of a part of the Judy/Nick stroller scene.
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>>81587298
little too stiff.

but i like it's subtlety
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>>81587234
don't forget the upcoming wes anderson movie. I'm also hoping rock dog sets a new standard for foreign cgi films to start getting competitive.
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>>81587223
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>he jumps on the car, she just rolls with it, and the car goes TRTRTRTRTRTRTRTR
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>>81587329
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Post rare foxes.
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>>81587234
>DreamWorks (if Katzenberg is fired and replaced with someone who pushes for more HTTYD-like films)
I was really hoping for this after watching KFP2, that film goes to some pretty dark places but from what I've heard they toned down the darkness in the third one after people complained the second was too dark.
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>>81587316
My son is also named Nick
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>>81587316
kek
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>>81587234
I feel like the best possible ending they could have managed is one where they solve the crime, uncover the collar conspiracy, and set the city to healing on a better path--but still say "but fuck this place I'm tired of living here."

I'll never say I don't find the original premise fascinating, because I do and I would still watch a movie about it in a heartbeat, but there are very obvious issues with tone especially considering it was a Disney movie. From what we've seen it would've been more soul-crushing than Lilo & Stitch, very possibly without an emotional payoff of equal proportions and that honestly just doesn't sound like a Disney movie to me. I get why they changed it.
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>>81587329
>>81587337

thank you, Nick's nimble paws can do wonders.

plus he had 20 years to master knot tieing.. tie... knotting... ehhhhh...
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>>81586293
>me and my Lamborghini
>not me and my wife's Lamborghini
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dont skip the leg day - judy says!
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JUST
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>>81587359
Yeah I know it fucking sucks.

People bitched about HTTYD2 and 'that scene' as well being 'too dark'.

Of course people praise Disney when they go even a little dark, but if anyone else does they go apeshit.

Plus it doesn't help that HTTYD2 under-performed while shit like Home did better than expected. Now they seem scared to take risks and are focusing on kiddie bullshit.

It sucks because they have so much potential and talent there, and I'm sick of everyone sucking Pixar/Disney's dick. I want them to succeed, but they need to get some new CEO's first.
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>>81587440
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>>81587234
>Darkness without substance
Nobody said there can't be dark films, but there has some sort of reason or meaning behind it. Judy and Nick would basically be casted out of conventional society, hunted and the ultimate message would be 'society is broken, you can't fix it no matter what. Fuck you'.

That's not only a message Disney would avoid, but it drown everything it represents.

I agree, there needs to variety. I would kill for genuine animated horror or historical drama. But there are ways to it correctly and incorrectly
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So since they use the language, what does religion look like in Zootopia? Animal spirits? Monotheism? Ganesh jokes?
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>>81587343
There is no way the reference to this meme was not intentional.

I can see Byron doing this on purpose 100%.
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>>81587298
nice
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>>81587486
Well, there seems to at least be some form of Catholicism.
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>>81587387
>more soul crushing than Lilo and Stitch

You know what's funny is Lasseter apparently did not like Lilo and Stitch either... and then he reportedly had Chris Sanders fired from American Dog because it was 'too quirky' or something.
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>>81587156

this came from the drawthread.
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>>81586587
>>81586648
Anklet walkie-talkie is sheer brilliance here. This is the sort of stuff I'd expect them to put in the movie.
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>>81587515
I'm not saying I disliked it, I'm just saying that it was pretty fucking depressing for like 80% of the movie--but the suffering is worth is because the payoff is proportional. I don't feel that the payoff of 1.0 would have been proportional to the sheer suffering contained within and that's just not really a Disney film.
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>>81587512
Which means Jesus was in all likeliehood a ram.
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>>81586707
Are you really surprised by it? Come on, this is fucking Japan we're talking about.
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>>81587316
That sure is funny
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>>81587157
... For Judy
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>>81585863
What got deleted?
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>>81587573
>implying Zootopia is not merely Eden without humanity
>implying Disney doesn't have a portal there and is infecting their world with our own world's discord so they can make a movie about it
>implying the characters aren't merely subject to the whims of a battle raging between God and the Satanic Mouse
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>>81587486
That picture bothers me
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>>81587611
>#triggered
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>>81587329
>this smug look when Judy ties his tie
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>>81587584
but they're wrong
how dare they
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>>81587334
where did you get it?
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>>81587541

size difference hijicks are the best.


>lost your keys in the sewer crate
>call a rodent friend!
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>>81587555
No I see what you're saying, but I'm wondering why Lasseter did not like it. Was it because it was so dark? If so, it seems strange considering he was the head of Pixar -- the masters of emotional manipulation.
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>>81587648
>Rodent dentists

Wow, that makes all sorts of sense.
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>>81587644

here, i dont know the actual source.
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>>81586574
>The flowers were contrived as fuck
The "convenient reveal" about the night howlers was convenient, but not as coincidental as you might think. It looks like Judy had been working on the farm for a few weeks, so there was plenty of time for the subject to come up.

Also, remember it was Gideon who unknowingly had the missing piece of the puzzle, and you have to figure that the Hopps had been avoiding him ever since Judy was a little bunny. It wasn't until Stu overcame his own bigotry that Gideon could make amends and (accidentally) help Judy solve the crime.

>I've just never been a fan of scenes where characters seem to be completely aware of what their subconscious drives are.
Nick's had a lot of time to mull over why the world seems stacked against him. He's the type who would understand his own motives.

Also, the biggest plot point in the entire movie was that Judy WASN'T aware of her subconscious drives. She was completely blind to her own bigotry against predators until Nick called her out on it
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>>81587641
Again... fucking Japan. Our standards do not apply to them
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>>81586846
>nick's safe word is "shock"
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>>81587681
Dat tail.
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>>81586707
>>81587690

That's korean though
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>>81587678

what a nice deer guy taking mice on a ride.
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>>81587648
I feel like I remember this premise from a picture book
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>Gazzelle literally made to be sexualized
>barely any fanart of her

I am disapointed
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>>81587746
Headcanon: Deer run a sort of Uber service, giving lifts to rodents who need to get across town in a hurry.
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>>81587678
Being a small animal has lots of advantages. Imagine being a hamster engineer who's able to craw inside an engine to diagnose problems
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>>81587780
because sexualizing characters isn't the norm fucktard.
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>>81587780
During the popsicle scene, judy pulls up to a 'Zuber' sign.
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>>81587806
I need more of zis
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>>81587823


...Zuber?
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>>81587801
imagine being a mouse gynecologist
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>>81587334
I feel bad that I fucked up the length the first time. But I'm also happy that it seems like a few people bothered to save it.
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>>81585026
>only had the vaguest of ambitions as a kid
>only ambition now is to not end up homeless or living under someone's roof for the rest of my life

I need a Judy to help give my life purpose
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>>81587806
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Anyone have the "You're just after the pen aren't ya?" hug gif or any "blood blood blood and death" gifs?
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>>81587681
I know it's supposed to be humanized and stuff but the proportions look so stupid.
I mean the other animals look like they could easily get down on four legs and run but this monstrosity looks like it wouldn't be able to hold it's own ass up with it's tiny upper body
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>>81587851

okay ,replacing it then.

what's the actual source, fella?
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>>81587780
>Gazzelle
Who gives a shit?
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>>81587842
>vorefetishfic.word
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>>81587879
>not having the best scene in the movie
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>>81587810
Then explain all the Bellwether, Judy and Nick porn on /trash/ at any given time
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>>81587874
>I need a Judy to help give my life purpose
haha, you're wrong.
Nick had ambition since his early days and was eager to change as soon as someone believed in him, becoming jaded out of necessity. Judy was merely a catalyst which brought what was already in him all this time.

>Consider the following
Would you be able to stand up to Bogo when he was yelling at Judy to release the badge or quiver in fear like a beta if you were in Nick's shoes?

If you're a pathetic slob, no amount of Judies will help you.
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>>81587942
degeneracy
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>>81587946
Going for the throat eh anon.
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>>81587946
that's some harsh shit anon
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>>81585184
Finnick, drill sergeant, Manchas. and Mrs. Otterton are the only predators voiced by minorities. Clawhauser, Nick, the gay wolves, sexy news caster, Weaselton, Gideon, and Travis kind of out number them.

This guy replied the way he did because he's fishing for clicks. People who catch on to RT's system can find themselves more clicks richer by being the 1 out of a hundred who didn't like something.
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>>81584873
He looks more like a fox. Plus they say he's a fox in the movie and the creators call him a fox.
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>AU where Judy doesn't meet Nick and remains a meter maid
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>>81588031

>hide or report.

sigh.
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>>81588031
Bellwether succeeding might have opened up some job positions in the ZPD once Bogo is forced to fire all the Predators in it.
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>>81588031
That's the funny thing about her and Dawn; they help each other out whether they like to out not.
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>>81584873
Actually, in a world without humans, foxes would probably be much more varied in coat pattern, they used to be, but we killed all the mutants.
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>>81588046
>sigh
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>>81587879
>>81587908
>>81587919
You guys have very very weird fetishes...
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>ywn hug a crying Nick and tell him everything will be ok
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>>81588117
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>>81587746

I love how they've managed to fit just about every single character in there; everything from the Ottertons to Doug on the other side of the street.
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>>81588117
>fetishes
are you retarded?
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>>81588130
>ywn have Nick hug you when you're crying and tell you everything will be okay
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>>81588132
Hahahahahaha
You anon made my day.

>>81588159
>no fetishes
Am I in the wrong place?
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>>81588022
It's harsh, but I think it's also true. True strength has to come from within - having somebody (like Judy) to help you is always wonderful, but you should be true to yourself first and foremost!
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>We did an enormous amount of research. What kind of architectural style would animals prefer. We explored some more far out concepts but we soon realized that we had to find just the right balance between "human" and "animal"(meaning organic, natural, inventive). I didn't want this environment to look too strange and "science fictiony" so that the audience could still relate to it easily.

This picture looks so warm and comfy.

>mfw our present day architects care nothing about balance and preference, instead taking a metaphorical dump from steel and concrete which is neither nice nor comfortable.
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>>81586658

Fuck anon, I already fapped five times today.
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>>81588177
yea you're looking for >>>/trash/
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>>81588190

today people only care about saving every little cent. that's why fancy walls are no longer made.
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>>81588190
Man, They're slapping these weird dull grey square plates over Projects buildings here in lower Manhattan.
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>>81587919
That really is it. Those subtle movements, the way her expression changes as she shakes her head faintly, her paw going up as she plays along, the way he diffuses emotional moments as he can't get closer or hold his hand on her head for one awkward moment too long. It's awesome.
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>>81587486

el-ahrairah is bunny Jesus.
rabbit society follows the deeply integrated creeds of the church of el-ahrairah. Their constant need for reproduction is explained as religious policy where it's every rabbit's holy task to create as many offspring as possible.
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>>81588213
ugly "new" stuff is vastly more expensive over anything else, mainly due to architect's bureau "brand", fees, commissions and materials.

building a comfy environment using natural materials would be cheaper.
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>>81585184
Where might I find this trash's site
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>>81587486
>implying zootopians are idiots like us
It's a advanced society, they don't have religion and don't need it.
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>>81586658
REEEEEEEE! DELET THIS
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Gideon being gay makes more sense now that we know Byron is gay.
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>>81588259
BRIGHT EYES
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>>81586208

http://pastebin.com/2pkwxfhn

And here's the ending. hope somebody enjoyed it.
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>>81588278
Shit. Why don't we build old style architecture with moldings and detail then?
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>>81587486
Oh shit, Nick is frozen, what the hell is wrong with you Elsa?
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>>81588212
>trash
You are right, all these threads about furtopia deserve to go there.
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Have you guys noticed how much filled with puns Nick's official spotify playlist is?

Have a go, actually, I feel it helps me understand Nick's character better.
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>>81588304
Judy's parents are religious.
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What happened?
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>>81588327
Because modern archtects literally don't have the know-How. All they've ever been taught to make is geometric concrete and glass monstrosities.
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>>81588327
I'd get to explaining, but I'm afraid I'll get too mad.

In short, we live in a world where nobody cares about beauty, reason and comfort.

Oh, and contracting famour "architects" and charging inflated fees for project and materials is LUC-RA-TIVE
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>>81588381
>Judy's parents
They don't live in the city.
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>>81587681
Kind of interesting to think that she's wearing heels when really she's just walking on her hooves at an angle.
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>>81587902
Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LG99OXht5U&list

Though I'm pretty sure there's a version of that animation without a background floating around somewhere.
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>>81588390
>Rich Moore
>Moore

the irish happened
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>>81588392
classib buildings are not only cheaper, durable and beautiful, but also easier to build, actually.

Modern monstrocities became possible because of advanced modelling software and advanced materials.
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>>81588304
One of Mr. Big's polar bears literally crosses himself.
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>>81588319

see >>81587536
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>>81588390
A fox and a rabbit can't be in love
It's verboten
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>>81587908
I have to admit, I about came out of my seat at the theater when I first saw this. Best damn jump-scare / "Disney death" scene I've ever seen.
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>>81588390
THIS IS GREAT

Finally a heterosexual couple can do great things together and not end up being lovers. That shit has harmed our minds for decades.

IT'S PERFECT
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>>81588390
A need for sequels, or a narrative reflection of slowly built up relationships.
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>>81588484
>IT'S PERFECT
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>>81588484
>Disney wants to pander to SJW crowd
>Make Nick gay in sequel

How mad would you faggots be?
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>>81588463
>A fox and a rabbit can't be in love
Come on, that is a matter already passed.
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>>81588481
pleb
but I did jump at the asylum scene with the jumpscare tiger
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>>81588481
Oh, no fuckin' doubt. I fully expected the power of friendship to win the day again, not a hustle.
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>>81588504
After decades of "happily ever after", having a more realistic message of "things went better than expected, but don't let your guard down" is making its debut.
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>>81588505
They will have their respective partners in the sequel.
Mark my words.
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>>81587946
>Would you be able to stand up to Bogo when he was yelling at Judy to release the badge or quiver in fear like a beta if you were in Nick's shoes?

Actually, there's a better chance that I would do that for someone else than for myself.
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>>81588523
>not believing in the power of hustle after 1.5h into the movie
god, anon, it's like you were born yesterday. I'm disappointed with you.
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>>81588304
Nick say's "oh my god" a couple times. They very clearly have it, or at least some version of it.
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>>81588450
Makes me wonder which animal was crucified?
I hope its a rabbit.
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>>81588370
I respect his placing Two Princes on that list.
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>>81588315
I want to believe that, but really, it's still questionable. Byron being gay doesn't change the fact that straight guys can be bakers with the gayest design scheme if they don't really know or care how to market their pie business or that the design team thinks rural pie baking companies are going the way of the urban cupcake shop and think it's funny to make the former bully look girly.
Maybe in the sense that he understands that self-doubt manifests in more complex ways for gay people growing up, but it could just be his doubts regarding his dream, talents, and level of ability as a predator minority in a place with bunnies rule.
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>>81588390
Well it's Zoophilia.

It's inter-species love and that's okay, right Disney?
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>>81588572
A human, as shown by the ancient artefacts
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>>81588559
I didn't expect it to get as far as a bite, is alls I'm sayin'! I thought they woulda snapped the trap sooner than that, that's all!
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>>81587486
I heard "God" referenced once, and a polar bear made the catholic crucifix motion.
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>>81588572
>>81587573
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>>81588061
Dawn Bellwether had been grooming Judy to be the "face of the new ZPD" from the time she graduated policy academy:
>convinced Mayor Lionhart to hire her as part of the "mammal inclusion initiative".
>Pulled strings to get Judy assigned to the high-profile Downtown district.
>Maneuvered Judy onto the missing mammals case over Chief Bogo's objections.
>Set up Mayor Lionheart to take the fall once Judy managed to obtain evidence.

The only thing Bellwether didn't count on was Judy actually befriending Nick and through him realizing her own prejudice against predators.
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>>81588572
"The Lamb of God" isn't just a metaphor
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>>81588484
It's true. It'd be even better if they were the same species so the friendship they share would be more meaningful because this way they can comfortably fall back on their lack of sexual attraction as two very different species.
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>>81588421

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8-byTquxjI

swedes got this, poles got tigers and gazelle.
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>ywn be crushed under that big rumbling belly
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>>81588631
>>81588645
>>81587573
>The lamb of God was crucified
>Sheep conspiracy
>Crop cirlcle grazings
All of it is true, the sheeps view the preys are persecuted for so long and... and they want preys to be at the top!

Its all true ahahahaha!
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>>81588390
>Tease a relationship
>people get excited about it
>Guaranteed butts in the seats to see it realized in the sequel

It's caped a hustle, sweetheart
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>>81588610
The entire city is actually built on the last remaining ruins of human civilization
All these sentient bipedal animals are actually just leftover genetic experiments from mankind's last decadent moments before the fall
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>caped
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>>81587486
Well, since there are small references to Christianity in the move (Mr. Big's henchbear making the sign of the cross at one point), presumably it's a thing in Zootopia.

Of course, Zootopian Christians probably worship a literal "Lamb of God".
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>>81588633
Not sure on 1 and 3, those seemed more like situations Bellwether thought she could take advantage of rather than planned out.
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>>81588538
How depressing
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>>81588566
>Nick say's "oh my god" a couple times.
Are you retarded?

I'm very sure Judy and Nick have said that word many times at night.
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>>81588319
>every now and then I all apart
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>>81588754
He looks so good in uniform
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>>81588739
do you need to rewatch trailers?
>in the world of Zootopia, HUMANS NEVER HAPPENED
>NEVER
>HAPPENED
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>>81587137
Hampers? These were test showings. It's like making a toy doll, but finding out that you should fill them with nuts and bolts. They give you better direction. All the assets were made, they just repurposed them.
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>>81588690
That clip is also at the tail-end of an American trailer.
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>>81588754
Damn autocorrect
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>>81588733
If it's caped in a hustle, what is underneath?
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>>81588840
probably happiness, anon.
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>>81588633
Yeah, really is some MGS shit when you consider how far back and how deep her game goes. Even consider how perfect it is that she's a bunny for the more racist boonies. She was too perfect for Dawn to at least not make Lionheart think it's his own great idea to assign not just the first bunny, but to put her with those working on the missing predator's case. She probably counted on Manchas to kill Judy she didn't even have to bust Lionheart for that alone to divide the city.
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>>81588800
That's just what they're saying to cover it up, I'm telling you it's part of the ewe-ish conspiracy to destroy the history of predators by making sure no one finds out about the earths greatest apex predator.
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>>81588733
Yup... people will take this bait. Sly Disney.
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>>81588259
That's Old Testament.
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>>81587476
To be fair, the bitching towards both Kung Fu Panda 2 and HTTYD 2 was by retarded parents, both films are generally liked for there darker aspects, just not by the intended audience, it's sad because the 80's was full of dark kids media and nobody batted an eye but it seems now that parents are uber concerned about any slightly dark or adult themes in these kinds of films, I've heard complaints about the tiger bit in Zootopia even, it's getting silly and it is startiing to effect the quality of what they are producing, Kung Fu Panda 3 although not being bad wasn't nearly as good as the second for this reason.
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>>81588861
Pulling-on-Nick's-tie is still utterly adorable
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>>81588538
Is that really what we go to movies to see?
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>>81588758
...And he was wearing a preacher collar.
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>>81588909
Nick and Judyfags confirmed for the absolute worst society has to offer.
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>>81586913
That's a fair price for ice treats in the heat of summer.
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>>81588957
True, comrade Clawhauserfag.
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>>81587685
>Also, remember it was Gideon who unknowingly had the missing piece of the puzzle, and you have to figure that the Hopps had been avoiding him ever since Judy was a little bunny. It wasn't until Stu overcame his own bigotry that Gideon could make amends and (accidentally) help Judy solve the crime.

I still thought it was a little bit convenient, not too big an issue though I loved the film.

>Nick's had a lot of time to mull over why the world seems stacked against him. He's the type who would understand his own motives.

>Also, the biggest plot point in the entire movie was that Judy WASN'T aware of her subconscious drives. She was completely blind to her own bigotry against predators until Nick called her out on it

I agree 100% with this I was just using that to respond to the other guy.
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>>81588943
I know I do, I love getting emotionally raped by movies, I mean isn't it crazy you can watch some entirely artificial images and stories on a glowing screen and be moved to tears by it? I love it, I wish more movies could do it.

>>81588957
bogohauser confirmed perfect ship once again.
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>>81588933
Not his tie but close enough

>>81588957
What was it?
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>>81587685
>tfw Gideon is actually the hero of the story
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>>81588392
>>81588415
That really sucks. I grew up in a midwestern town and although a majority of them have been restored and modernized on the outside the insides have not. Recessed ceilings with designs, old fans hanging from iron rods, crown molding. It's just awesome; the buildings that remain untouched on the outside even more so.
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>>81589029
Some disgusting Judy diaperfag.
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>>81589068
I will never understand the diaper fetish
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>>81588390
Its isn't convincing anymore when 2 people fall in love just by spending a few days together.
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>>81588998
Together, we will overcome this.

>>81589029
Diaperfaggotry your kind brings to our once wholesome threads.
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>>81588917
The rabbits sins were forgiven, and the predators no longer hunted them down. They need only remember that differences should be celebrated, amd not boasted.

Otjer species had there own faith. Bellwether and her cohorts were actually religious extremists, not truly prepared for a world of peace between lions and lambs.
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>>81589094
Probably because you don't have shit taste
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Gideon is disgusting
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>>81589057
>>81588998
Post more best fox
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We almost at a billion?
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>>81589120
Top zizzle
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>>81589120
Ok, that mad me laugh out loud.
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>>81589120
CARLOS I agree
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>>81589137
>tfw the Gideonfag/Clawhauserfag/Finnickfag triumvirate is powerful enough to topple the Judyfags
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>>81589066
Oh I know the feeling, I grew up in the oldest and most well preserved part of my city and it was such a shock as a kid to learn that not everyone lived in 150 year old neo classical houses.
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>>81588481
Rabbits are generally silent.
Except, when they are dying.
Then, they scream.
I know, because I have heard a rabbit scream, as my father clubbed it's head in with the butt of a pellet gun.
Judy's scream, in that moment, perfectly mirrored the scream of a dying Rabbit.
And, despite knowing this was a Disney movie. Despite knowing this was a happy ending right ahead, despite everything- in that moment, I, very quietly, lost my shit.
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>>81589216
>nick shaving
How does that work? I could see him trimming his whiskers but I don't see the necessity of shaving

morning Nick/Judy is cute though, post more
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>>81588957
True Judyfags and Nickfags are doing a better world.
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>>81587486
Well Nick is apparently shrewish according to Rich

But if all the shrews we see are presumably catholic, what does that mean?
though it could just be a joke i guess
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>>81589216
A lot of characters shave their whiskers. Clawhauser doesn't.
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>>81589263
>Rabbits are generally silent.
>Except, when they are dying.
>Then, they scream.
Jesus...
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>>81588933
>>81589029
I myself agree. Post more.
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>>81589309
>Shrewish
>Jews are literally vermin
>The greedy conman is a jew

Rich is a Nazi confirmed.
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>>81588315
Holy shit, they even have the same hair style.
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>>81589097
This is probably my favorite picture of them. The way they're lovingly making eye contact, the way Judy is pulling him closer, those lovely warm smiles, the way their eyes complement each other...

Plus the fact that they're clearly about to FUCK after a long day at work
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>>81589269
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>>81589351
I need to get the conclusion to this comic
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>>81588861
>probably happiness, anon.
That makes me very happy.
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>>81589263
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySLUNs7i0ds
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>>81589177
It's the only way. We're good enough people to set aside our differences for a better world.
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>>81589362
I think Cory Loftis said Flash's hairstyle was directly based on Byron's.
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>>81589395
its not what you think lol, but it's funny at least
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>>81589380
I'd have to say this one is mine. It just conveys such simple contentment and comfort that never fails to warm my heart.
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Has anyone come up with their own OC's or headcannons for any of the scraped characters from Prototopia?

Because I have. Not that I've drawn or written anything, just basic ideas I keep mulling over in my head

How do I kill myself quickly and painlessly?
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>>81589323
It's a survival trait. Not for that individual Rabbit, mind you, but the species as a whole. If one gets critically injured, it screams as loudly as it's tiny Rabbit body can, to warn every other rabbit of the danger. Judy's scream is that of a dying Rabbit. I'd be surprised if it wasn't a direct audio sample, but God knows how they got it.
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>>81586587
That is a really cute giraffe.
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liked it better when it was called Cats Don't Dance
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>>81589443
did the guy finish it? Judy was getting super jelly and was going to hero herself and Nick.
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>>81584646
So I get that in the movie they're just friends. It had a lot going on and shoehorning in a romance sub plot would have been too much and felt forced. Which is a good thing I think since now they can potentially become a couple in a more natural fashion.

I just hope if there's a sequel they let them be together, and do it well. I'm no writer, and I'm only one person. I don't know how Disney with their professionals could brainstorm and polish a story until it just feels right to make them getting together feel natural, but I'm sure they could do it just fine. I just really really fucking hope they do. Possibly on a level that is unhealthy. Help.
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>>81589407
All these threads are weird.
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>>81586433
>>81586363
Who's the artist? I want to see more of their fanart of these two. Don't care if it's all safe for work, it's on model and well done. I hate when people make Judy as tall as Nick and proportioned wrong.
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>>81589461
I create OCs for just about every single thing that piques my interest. Not officially, necessarily; if I have my way, less than a fraction will ever see the light of day in any way, shape, or form. But it's basically just an autistic character building exercise that I simply cannot keep myself from doing. It keeps me occupied during the slow hours and gives me some decent material for stuff now and then.

The really, really good ones I tend to edit for use in a tabletop game or something.
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>>81589057
Actually, if any character is an unsung hero in the movie, it's Judy's dad Stu:
>Starts out as a bigoted redneck.
>Hates foxes to the point that he carries a taser to use on them if they get out of line.
>Encourages his daughter to carry fox-repellent spray when she goes away to the big city.
>Learns that her daughter has made friends with a fox.
>Does NOT go off the deep end, instead, re-thinks his attitude toward foxes.
>Makes amends with the fox that had bullied his daughter as a child.

Seriously, that is a major Heel-Face turn.
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>>81589486
Did Cats Don't Dance not get any flack for comparing minorities to literal animals or did it fly under the radar so perfectly no one gave a shit about the movie in general?
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>>81589551
>>81589574
>>81589529
I guess in this case, the movie Bolt would be a Truman Show-esque film.
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>>81589594
Why the Bolt art?
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>>81589591
And all that in the span of what, 48 hours?
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>>81589529
>>81589551
>>81589574

>anthro Mittens
Yes please.
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>>81589610
it's a crossover with Zootopia
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Would you a Bolt?
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>>81589591
Wait. I don't recall them ever actually learning about Nick, just explaining that they'd made peace with Gideon. Am I remembering wrong, here? It might finally be time for bed if I am.
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>>81588633
It really helped that Nick convinced Bogo he was being an asshole. Bellwether only managed to get him to agree to making Judy the public face because had independently come to the conclusion she was a good fit for it.
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I wish I had a cute smug fox bf like nick
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>>81589615
Closer to 2 weeks
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>>81589650
isn't the white timberwolf kind of just like an improved bolt?
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>>81589591
It really is a powerful movie for having characters like this. Then there's Judy who seemingly breaks Zootopia singlehandedly, but really she had help from Gideon and her dad. That's not to say that it's their fault she made bad decisions, change does start with you, but change started with them too.
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>>81589610
>>81589646
Also I think because Byron co-directed both.
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>>81589660
Pred or Alive!

You're coming with meow!
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Bolt is what Byron did when Disney wasn't ready to let him go full furry.
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>>81589609
I'd watch this
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>>81589615
Plus whatever time Judy spent on the farm after she quit the ZPD. Still rather quick, I'll admit.
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>>81589688
>but really she had help from Gideon and her dad

And then they help her save it. It's literal pottery
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>>81589607
People tend to forget how hard people shipped these, even if it makes less sense.
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>>81589609
>>81589712
Wasn't that the premise of the movie? So it would be a double Truman Show?
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>>81589711
I wonder if Don Quixote really did influence the film's story.
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>>81589605
I say it flew under the radar solely because it was a totally different social atmosphere & wasn't in 3D. Racial tension wasn't so bad as it is now. It'd be a shoe-in during the #OscarSoWhite Fiasco.
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>>81589711
It was a step in that direction, though...

Surprised he did Tangled too -- you'd think he'd find humans boring kek.
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>>81589309

He was just trying to make a pun because he specifically said not to quote him on it.
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>>81589713
Hm. That's a fun comic page to read. Normally you go left to right top to bottom but the flow of that building completely throws it out the window.

Surprisingly well done.
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>>81589771
Who do you think was responsible for the horse?
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>>81589564
Nevermind, I'm an idiot. I'm too used to filenames being a string of numbers or some "witty" joke.
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>>81589795
Of course they are being pretty noncommital on just about everything
But yeah it was almost certainly just a pun
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>>81589607
>all these guys in this thread are crazy
I-I think I have I have to go...
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>>81589713
That dialogue certainly made more sense than the spanish one's.
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>>81589830
See you later
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>>81587946
>Would you be able to stand up to Bogo when he was yelling at Judy to release the badge or quiver in fear like a beta if you were in Nick's shoes?

Nick walks about barefoot silly anon.
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Does anyone have the big fanart of Byron going "SIGN IT"? I forgot to save it somehow.
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>>81589806
>Byron i don't understand why you want to put Maximus in the film so badly -- we don't need him

>Maybe YOU don't need him.
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It's interesting that in a buddy-cop movie about destroying stereotypes, they still went with a no-bullshit hard ass police chief to bust the roomies chops.

What do you guys think, important to the narrative overall, or ab oversight?
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>>81589745
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>>81585039
Welcome to the club
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>>81589747
Racial tension was bad, there just wasn't social media to let you know.
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>>81589849
>>81589832
>>81589814
>>81589801
>>81589786
>>81589769
>>81589745
Good stuff, even if you can't read communist
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>>81587298
Very good man took less time than i thought
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>>81589880
That's a cliche character type more than it is a stereotype applied to groups of people. I think the real oversight was making Clawhauser a living fat joke.
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>>81589922
The title isnt a very good change
But otherwise pls no
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Anyone got any good fanmade posters to share with the class?
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>>81589898
But yeah, it's probably worst now. #oscarsowhite is something that would somehow be associate with the film and actually make it more important today. Such a shame it was released before its time.
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>>81589922
>Falling Down crossover
>with protozootopia

Holy fuck whoever drew that is a fucking genius.
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>>81589922
From the thumbnail I was hoping it was a bootleg movie cover.
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>>81588190

>thw 20 years ago My Town attempted an architectural Renaissance by putting new facades on the downtown buildings and beautifying the streets and Waterfront to look like something out of Italy
>tfw my town gave up on that 5 years ago and the new courthouse they've built is a square concrete block with no paint and no windows, and has an oppressive statue of a black obelisk in the front.

Modern Cubist and minimalist architecture is so fucking shit.
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>>81589984
What an asshole.
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>>81589984
That must have gave him a brain freeze he'd never forget.
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>>81590005
That's the one, thanks.
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>>81589806
Maximus is the best animal sidekick I've ever seen
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>>81584646
Will there be a sequel?
If there is will it be a low budget shitty direct to video sequel like disney made in the 90s?
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>>81589922
"Wait...you mean I'M the bad guy?"
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>>81590006
>>/out/
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>>81589880
Bogo is a good character, even if his hardassness is stereotypical. He has a soft spot for girly pop music, bonds with the girly guy, and has his own prejudices not just help define the political climate that causes the problems of the movie, but overcomes his prejudices. On top of being a hardass, he was overtly racist, something a lot of loveable characters can't get away with.

>>81589941
He's also a cheetah and shows that you can be anything in Zootopia.
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>>81589407
poor thing, couldn't even finish watching
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>>81590040
>creates the best animal sidekick Disney ever made
>creates one of (if not) the best male leads Disney ever made

Why is he so perfect? I didn't know Byron Howard's name before Zootopia, but I don't think I'll ever forget it now.
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>>81589309
>(of a woman) bad-tempered or aggressively assertive

If his outburst is anything to go by this is somewhat accurate. Nick is secretly bitchy. makes him even cuter
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>>81584680
I'm certain the emotional impact of the first can be achieved and even topped. Granted, there's a limit to how much you can get out of the same characters in the same scenarios-- a new main character and a drastically different plot are probably necessary. Speaking of, what would you guys like to see in a new main character of equal importance to N/J?
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>>81590099
He wasn't racist or unfairly prejudice. His experience demonstrated that a small character is not physically cut out for being a police officer. It wasn't until after Hopps proved her mettle that he softened to her.
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I wish bryon would draw a cute nick for me
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>>81590123
"this is a video of catching a live rabbit in our back yard, not even 5 mins away from our house. he wasnt killed. set it free the next day.
my gf follwed its tracks and I found it hiding under a stomp at first. and he screamed bc id imagine he freaked out and thought he was gona die or something like that."

Video description, the dude doesn't seem to give a fuck about hunting from his other videos so he just caught a random rabbit with his barehands.
I wouldn't worry about it.
Didn't think it'd be that easy.
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>>81590148
Nah, not in the sequel. Theres still plenty of ground to cover for nick and judy.
If there was a third movie, i could see focus being split between them and their kid(s), whether adopted or not
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>two more days until I get to see this movie

I'm just reading yotsuba right now to get my cute quotient. Post cute creatures from Zootopia.
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>>81589880
It's not that much of a stereotype. Being the Chief of Police in a major metropolis is going to make you a hard-ass eventually, especially in a city as rife with bigotry as Zootopia. Bogo would be out of place if he wasn't busting everyone's chops.
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Has anyone shown Byron this >>81590005
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>>81590189
I wonder what was gonna happen to Nick's dad
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>>81590189
>Dad! Daddy!
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>>81589688
>Its a really powerful movie for having character get development off screen
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>>81590161
It was more than that. He didn't even give her a chance to prove herself; he put her in the most pointless job he could as soon as he could, and then he tried to set her up to fail so he could force her to resign. He was taking advantage of her obvious sense of duty to make her do it.

To his credit (and to the credit of the people who wrote him), when Nick called him out about how bad he was treating Judy, he DID realize he wasn't acting like a police chief should. He looked ashamed of himself, and then went and tried to crack the missing mammal cases himself.

It seems like every major character in this movie has serious nuance. I can think of "adult" dramas that can't say that.
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>>81590218
He was going to jail, directly.
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>>81589736
>Nick and Judy watch the movie
>they both found it entertaining, but the premise creeped them out
>to cope, they joke about how crazy it would be if that happened to one of them
>to make himself feel even better, Nick muses that if it was one of them, Judy would be the "Bolt"
>a young, eager police officer fresh out of the academy who overcomes the incredulity of her superiors, helps a jaded (but handsome) con artist turn to the side of righteousness, and saves the city from being eaten alive by fear and prejudice. A sure crowd pleaser of a yarn ripe with further story potential
>Judy tries to laugh it off, but is disturbed by how those events were framed
>She tries to turn the tables on Nick, citing how his more dramatic life would make him a compelling anti-hero hardened by childhood trauma and general suspicion towards his species.
>getting blackmailed, he Night Howlers, and becoming a cop were all part of an elaborate season finale to shake up the formula and take his show on an entirely different direction.
>Judy was introduced to act as a catalyst for the paradigm shift and to help phase out and ultimately supplant Finnick as Nick's co-star as the dynamic Nick shared with the smaller fox just wasn't pulling in the numbers anymore.
>Nick: Well if you're right, then that would make you the Mane-ic Pixie Dream Gal. You okay with that?
>Judy: Depends. Would you be okay with being the charismatic scoundrel with a heart of gold if you turn out to be right.
>they laugh
>and laugh
>but it's not the kind of mirth that reaches their eyes
>they spend the rest of the drive suspicious of one another and looking for flaws and inconsistencies with the "extras" and "sets."

Maybe I can make a short story out of this.
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>>81590205
He might just be confused
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>>81590205
Might as well you do it anon.
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>>81590218
Bag and tag
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>>81590189
Savage City must burn.
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>>81590236
No, he means that Judy's prejudice didn't just come out of nowhere for drama. We can see how Gideon and her dad shaped her view of foxes.

And then later, how both of them again helped her overcome that prejudice.
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>>81589466
They don't necessarily need to be critically injured, just certain that they're in mortal danger. My bunny was adopted from a shelter, and the first thing she did when we met was scream and curl into a tiny ball. It was absolutely heartbreaking - that scene was a bit hard to watch!
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>>81589605
the lack of social media at the time really makes a difference. the 69% RT score would be in the 90% range if it aired during the CURRENT YEAR
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>>81590161
On top of what was already stated, he doesn't believe Judy saw a savage animal because he thinks that any aggressive predator looks savage to a bunny. He especially didn't believe Nick because he's a fox. He was racist as hell.
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>>81590241
Trumanceptiontopia

Starring Rob Schneider as, A Mouse! Rated PG-13
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>>81587685
>He's the type who would understand his own motives.
But he sure spills his guts pretty damn quickly, and in such a convenient "look I'm damaged goods that why I'm a cynical loner" way that if it were a ploy to get Judy to like him better then I'd be impressed, but as it stood it was such an obvious attempt at garnering sympathy it lowered my opinion of him and the movie.
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>>81590310
He was accusing Judy of being the racist one though

But the Nick part is true, hes definitely racist against foxes
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>>81587876
Zootopia AU is a bannable offense anon, you are playing with fire
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>>81590241
I love the idea. Go for it, mate.
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>>81590370
mods are clods
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>>81590353
No he's being racist by assuming she'd be racist, if that's the case.
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>>81590336
Well, he does it to cheer her up, because she's facing a similar type of discrimination at the hands of a group she wanted to be a part of her whole life. It's really not that unusual or especially convenient, it makes perfect sense.
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>>81590370
Who cares
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>>81590129
He's a master at making animated animal characters more likable than real people -- truly a gift given from God.

He has transcended ordinary animation and has entered true enlightenment.
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So How many of you would still eat Rabbit Meat after seeing this movie?
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>>81590310
>Maybe ALL predators look savage to you bunnies.
>No, sir, I cuffed him to this lightpole. He's gone and my cuffs are gone. Look! There's scratches on the paint!
>You know what? Alright. I'll humor you. Let's go check the cameras.

Anyone else feel like a lot of Judy's conflict with Bogo stemmed from her not saying the things she needed to?
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>>81590451
I still want to know what it tastes like
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>>81590370
Its a picture, they should stop being babies
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>>81590433
He bares his soul to her too early and far too deeply and yes, it is absolutely convenient for the audience's sake.
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>>81590451
I would.
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>>81590451
Why wouldn't I?
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>>81590336
He fucks with her the entire time he was helping her, and even impeded her on investigation, not giving a FUCK about her and her problems and clearly only wanted the evidence asap and to bail on her.
He only changed his attitude when Judy saved his ass not once, but twice from death.
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>>81590451
I'm the kind of person who likes to try everything. ;^)
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Daily reminder that Bellwether did nothing wrong
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>>81590451
I will. They're actually very easy to raise for meat.
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>>81590473
He tells her a fucking story, very similar to what just happened to her, Then when she tries to get closer to him she brushes her off.
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>>81590515
I dont think i could raise animals for meat. You gotta be detached for that sorta thing
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>>81590514
She didnt check her ammo.
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>>81590451
Rabbits here are full of parasites and shit
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>>81590241
What if they find an escape into our world and discover they are characters in a Disney film?

Could they handle it?

Could they handle us Nickfags?
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>>81587298
You are doing god's work anon

Add a little more eye movement and sync a nose contraction with the frown and its 10/1p
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>>81590498
Exactly. He changes his tune completely and immediately and totally when his past behavior has shown him to be totally different. Suddenly he's vulnerable and hurt. How convenient that people lap that up.

Not to mention he would never have been in danger had Judy not coerced him into working for her.
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>>81590451
I have and would again. It's quite good.
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>>81590537
It's more ethical than eating factory farmed meat. You're already detached.
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>>81590558
I think learning about slaughterhouses and factory farmed meat would be as terrifying for them. I don't think they'd be as happy in our world.
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>>81590525
He tells her a very personal story that defines his character and shows her a side of him where he's not the too cool for school fox he wants to be, but lonely and small and scared, and then he brushes her off. So he bares his soul and then pushes her away. A convenient bait for the audience or for Judy if he's actually just fucking with her, but out of place and contradictory otherwise and a frustratingly obvious ploy from a storytelling perspective.
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>>81590569
Changes his tune completely? He just opened up a bit. We learn that he isnt a completely shallow guy, that his personality is partially an act to protect himself. Its called character development.
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>>81590451

I have no moral qualms with eating anything that has been hunted cleanly. But I will not wear fox fur, especially if it comes from the Chinese fox fur Farms.

Those soulless chinks peel the skin off a fox alive and throw its still living, skinless body onto a pile to slowly die from exposure.
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>>81590648
And it happens too fast and too obviously and too conveniently.
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>>81590436
The mod(s)

Duh
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>>81590473
For one thing, there has to be a level of convenience because a movie can only be so long. They had just shared not only a life-and-death experience where she saved him, then he sees that same discrimination and her literal dreams being crushed and steps in and saves her career like she saved his life. If that's not a key to open up for a little bit to tell a story to say "Hey, I know what you feel like" and give her some advice.


I mean, what would you have wanted? What's the master stroke of endearing a character to the audience in a short period of time? I mean, it obviously worked, even if your criticism is right (but it isn't).

>>81590569
His past behavior is the way it is because he tries hard to not let people close knowing he's liable to be hurt again. At first he's annoyed and coerced by her but that go-get-'em attitude of hers and the similar vein that they share softens his outer shell and then the circumstances leading up to that scene he allows her to see in some.

If you're going to complain about that, look more to the rushed ending sequence though even that is attached to this line.
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>>81590569
Vulnerable? He literally said nothing gets to him anymore, and even if he did he doesn't show anyone that it does.
Nick sees a bit of himself in Judy, especially by that time in the film and he starts to actually help her instead of trying to get the evidence back. He seemed to have completely forgotten about the recorder pen by the time Judy gives it back.
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>>81590666
But his story is completely relevant to her situation. And that story is all he gives her. He was just make her feel better
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>>81590538
Is this really a /k/ thing? Like if you take a gun from someone and plan to use it on them do you first take out the magazine and say "just a second... Uh huh, these sure are bullets" before emptying the 9 on every canine?
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>>81590681
If that's not a key...then I don't know what is.*

What's your master stroke*
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Did Judy's parents name her after that song by the Beagles?
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>>81590645
>holding a gun like that
Pathetic
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>>81590710
Well you never know if they've sabotaged the ammo somehow. It takes like 5 seconds to do
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I really love nick and judy

mostly nick
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>>81590710
When you first get a gun, you check if it's loaded, yea. Basic safety stuff.
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>>81590666
She just saved him from being mauled to death, Satan, surely you understand how this could result in him opening up a little.
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>>81590710
She should have checked to see if Doug had loaded the thing in the first place. She would have looked mighty stupid to ruin her moment of surprise dry-firing the gun and letting Nick and Judy know what was coming.
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>>81586633
>Shiba Inu
that's a dograce that means it is developed from humans with breeding, but in Zootopia there are no humans, so also no dograces only the Wolves. But it is still a nice picture
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>>81590666
I'm tired of buzzword-wielding hipsters who don't know anything about writing complaining. Like, of all the times where too obvious and convenience were actually an issue in the film and pacing, the parts that aren't are what people seem to key in on.
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>>81590681
Tell a different story, or tell the same story but don't make it clear that it's of him.

"You know, Carrots, I know a guy where..."

Later on, Judy realizes that the "guy" was him. He gets to comfort her but remains aloof. Show that he cares but he wants to keep his distance, too. And it shows how Judy comes to understand him because she can see past his lies and see what he really means.

>look more to the rushed ending sequence
That also bothered me.

>>81590782
And who was the one whose actions put him in that position?
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>>81590844
>Later on, Judy realizes that the "guy" was him. He gets to comfort her but remains aloof. Show that he cares but he wants to keep his distance, too. And it shows how Judy comes to understand him because she can see past his lies and see what he really means.

Lol. Dude. They write better than you, you have no right to complain.
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>>81590831
Then talk about them. Seems to me that every time anyone brings up any criticism of the movie people shout it down and continue the circlejerk.
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>>81590833
Roughly, yeah. Judy's like two feet tall head-to-toe, and Nick is 4 foot.
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>>81590184
For you, yes. However, the N/J relationship isn't as special to the average viewer, who is likely to say "OK I get it, they like each other. Show me new content." The development of N/J will still definitely be a part, though secondary. For the IP to stay relevant, it needs to explore entirely foreign places and issues, which will likely come with a new character.
So, assuming the 'duo' to 'trio' transition is a certainty (it might not be), what would you like to see as a new character?
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>>81590844
>And who was the one whose actions put him in that position?
Himself, for being an ass hole and not just helping her with a few questions to begin with.
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>>81590778
Best fox needs more love.
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>>81590844
That story telling device is so overused, you'd be complaining if it were the one instead, for sure.

If you don't like the scene that's fine but that was one of the few times it makes sense and you just want to ignore what makes it make sense because you didn't feel it was well done enough.
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>>81590844
>Later on, Judy realizes that the "guy" was him. He gets to comfort her but remains aloof. Show that he cares but he wants to keep his distance, too. And it shows how Judy comes to understand him because she can see past his lies and see what he really means.

You do realize if they were to do that there would just be people complaining about how cliche and forced that would be.
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>>81590890
General consensus is that the ending and final scenes of the movie are convenient and rushed as fuck.
That' almost undeniable.
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>>81590844
>And who was the one whose actions put him in that position?
Blaming her for something neither of them ever saw coming would be retarded, especially something so far out there as animals going savage, and Nick ain't a retard.
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>>81590925
Because it is. I'd rather have "character decides to take a chance and open up" than "character relies on dumb cliche"
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>>81590931
I've noticed that it's a trend among modern WDAS and recent Pixar films.
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>>81590911
In time, the memory of Judy and Nick will fade. Then, only the Gid will remain. Glorious days are ahead, Brother.
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>>81590923
No, I wouldn't, because it would fit with his character.
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>>81590931
Mainly the whole nighthowlers being on the farm. I guess it makes sense that Judy didn't make the connection because she only knew the scientific name for them, but it's kind of weird that Otterton would use the same name that a hick fox does.
Maybe it's a predator thing, smaller brains so that have to use shorter words
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>>81590909
So not answering questions for cops makes the next actions justified? Does the 5th not exist in Zootopia?
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>>81590974
It's more that he knew the slang name for them instead of the scientific name.
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>>81590968
Him opening up fits his character, you'd know this if you paid attention when you watched the movie.
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>>81590931
>convenient and rushed as fuck
I wouldn't even really say they were really that rushed but I do agree with them being convenient.
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Most of the Chinese posters were just boring edits of stock images, but this one is actually pretty clever.
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>>81591001
But he was a florist, you'd think he'd be read up on the subject.
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>>81590748
>>81590761
>>81590785
Now I'm imagining a scene where Doug explains his plan in unnecessary detail when he talks about the case he keeps the gun and ammo: "Yeah, as long as it's in the box, it's always loaded and ready to go. Just don't even check if you ever need to use it, I meticulously keep everything loaded with the correct ammo. What else could you even put in there? Marbles? Oh shit, it'd shoot those out so fast they'd be like bullets. Okay but still don't check because it's either nighthowler extract or marbles and they do the same basic thing kind of.
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>>81591013
Thank dog
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>>81589922
>>81589944
>>81589975
>>81589964
Wait! I've got a better title:

Hustling Down.
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>>81590950
Yeah basically, and that point in the film is literally the perfect time for that character to open up.
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>>81591006
And I completely disagree with that.
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>>81591038
Night Howler is also easier to say. And florist or no, when you're panicking you're not going for the longwinded words.
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>>81590564
Thanks! It's amazing that this movie inspired to actually learn this shit.

There actually is a nose contraction if you look closely, but it's very slight. Pretty much everything moves with the frown actually. I had a nose wiggle before but I wasn't sure how it would look rendered.
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>>81591068
You do that, just keep thinking of him as some sly fox.
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>>81590974
It's not just predator slang, it's street slang. Otterton sold them to Doug and quickly figured out what he was doing with them. How he figured it out is another mystery, but he's more than he seems so it's not unreasonable that he would find out through his shady connections.
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>>81591075
Or it's more likely it's the only part Manchas understood and remembered.
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>>81590931
Let me tell you a story anon.

Once upon a time there was an animated film called Toy Story 3. Near the end of the film Pixar decided to throw all of the emotionally manipulative bullshit they could at the screen to get people to cry when the toys are in the incinerator.

All seems lost, until they are saved by the aliens who were separated from them earlier, just happened to know exactly where they were (how can they see into the incinerator), and knew how to operate a human crane that just HAPPENED to have the keys in the ignition.

Now this film is often considered by snobs to be the pinnacle of animation. Tell me, if Toy Story 3 can get away with such a contrived ending and still be called a classic, why can't Zootopia have a little convenience here and there?
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I want to snuggle with nick
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>>81591100
No, just not "hey look here's a piece of my soul oh look I'm gonna snap the door closed again hey does the audience like me yet".
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>>81591098
Got any advice on where to start doing stuff like this? I downloaded the models a week ago but i'm afraid my awful computer won't be able to handle the work and that'll frustrate me to quit.
I draw often and i think this would be a fun hobby to start as well.
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>>81591133
>that little cute hop up the stairs in the beginning
fug
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>>81591133
I initially thought he wasn't going to be able to get the muzzle off.
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>>81591142
I want to hold Nick's hand
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>>81591147
Yeah, it was all just a hustle, sweetheart. Lets just ignore what the whole movie was about.
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>>81591131
Why should one population of moviegoers have to defend another population's viewpoints?
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>>81591133
Post cute Nicks
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>>81590627
>Judy using proper stance and hold.
>Nick trying to be 'gangsta'.
Well, you can see who had the police training.
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>>81590931
The worst part of the ending was the fuck up in writing as the words "serum," "darted," and "frame" are misused as if the dialogue was from a previously script.
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>>81591131
Brudda, I'm not saying it makes the movie bad in anyway, but it is certainly convenient. I love this movie to death.
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>>81591147
He was explaining to Judy why he stood up for her, what's so hard to understand?
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>>81590908
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>>81591147
>hey look here's a piece of my soul oh look I'm gonna snap the door closed again hey does the audience like me yet
That isn't what happened at all though, after that even there is a clear change in the way he treats and interacts with Judy up until the conference scene.
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>>81591192
I'm not the only one who noticed that huh? That's why i feel the ending was a bit rushed.
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>>81591204
He's so adoreable :3
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>>81591204
>>81591231
Someone post that UP crossover art
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>>81591295
And I'm spent.
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>>81591269
>His mother has tears in her eyes

Fuck, that must have been hard on her.
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>>81587156
Pffftha!
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>>81591323
>tfw she knows the world will never let her boy become the man he wants to be
Feels bad man
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>>81591182
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>>81591161
Just start with manipulating the rig to a certain pose and set up some lights and camera. Take a image render and see how long it takes. That should give you an idea of what it takes. That animation is 96 frames and my pc can render at around 8 minutes per frame for that scene. This is using just a 3570k (gpu/opencl is AIDS) the start learning about keys frames and have fun.

All resources can be found on YouTube
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>>81591204
>>81591295
All of the forest/scout-themed art and furniture.... His only dream as a kid was to become a scout, and he had it torn away from him. Fug.

>>81591323
Personally, I like the headcanon where he never told her and learned how to lie and con by fooling her into thinking he was in the scouts and had friends.
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>>81591192
?
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>>81591282
>>81591295
>after he joins the police, Nick keeps ducking out at night with regularity
>Judy follows him one time to make sure he's not doing anything bad
>he had actually found the old troop he was going to join as a scout and joined it as a scoutmaster
>he made a vow to be a respectable predator figure in their lives so that no little kit ever has to go through that again
>
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>>81591358
Headcanon accepted
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>>81591192
How are those misused?

"Darted" yeah, but the other two seem fine.
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>>81591175
THE DEVIL HAS HANDS, AND HE USES THEM FOR HOLDING
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>>81586190
Heresy, you shut your mouth.
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>>81591323
Parents can try to make their children happy, but there's nothing they can do to guarantee it. They can help them with it and be there for them, but it's up to them and their dumb luck to make it happen. That's what made Koslov and Morris' story so heart wrenching; Morris is a pure and happy child brought into the world to suffer and probably would be unable to escape the mob life.
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>>81591422
He was so innocent and pure, why did they have to shatter him?
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>>81591403
Serum is used with blood, the Nighthowlers in the film seemed to activate on contact and is absorbed through the skin.
Bellweather "framing" Lionheart is odd, seeing as how she did next to nothing to cause those events in motion. If she had constantly led Judy in the direciton of Lionheart, then yes that would be framing but she only let her see cameras, which she didn't even get to follow up on.
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>>81591398
Awesome. This should be a subplot in the sequel.
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>>81591476
>Serum is used with blood
Oh, so a small technicality. Big deal.

>she did next to nothing to cause those events in motion.

As far as we were told/shown.
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>>81591476
It's easier to say "framed" than "I manipulated a series of events to coincide with his arrest to shape a narrative that puts me in power"
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>>81591362
>>81591403
Serum is made from blood. Extract is what Doug was using.

To frame someone is to make it seem like someone did something they didn't do. Lionheart didn't get the blame for making animals go savage, he was SET UP to look like he was covering up the nature of his kind.

And those weren't darts, they were pellets. She could have said that she's hit every predatory in Zootopia to have her way and it'd be fine.
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>>81591474
Because kids are mostly assholes
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>>81591511
Anon. It's inconsistent and seems to click more with the original script in terminology. Again not a movie breaking moment but it is most certainly rushed.
>Oh, so a small technicality. Big deal.
Personally id i wanted to ensure quality in a film i'd be as consistent as possible. so yes, BIG deal.
>>81591525
Dissecting the word isn't the problem, she's taking credit for something we didn't see her do at all.
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>>81591133
Wow, I never noticed that things go south in less then a minute. Imagine his mom stayed around, watching her son run into that building only to run out again 40 seconds later wearing a muzzle.
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>>81591560
To Dart is a verb. "To Pellet" isn't.
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>>81591525
"I set up Lionheart."
Boom. Give me a job, Byron, I promise I'll torture the Wildhoppsfags thoroughly.
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>>81591560
>Serum is made from blood. Extract is what Doug was using.

Yes, but in...slang? Not sure how to put it, "Serum" has just kind of become a term for a chemical mixture, just like how "Hacking" has become a term for "doing illicit things involving computers".
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>>81591615
BUT IT'S WRONG REEEEEEEEEE
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>>81591398
>one day, during patrol, Nick stumbles upon a robbery-in-progress
>Nick calls in the crime over the radio and exits his police cruiser
>the perp spots Nick and makes a run for it
>Nick gives chase, closes the gap and tackles him to the ground
>"You have the right to remain silent and...."
>Nick removes the crook's mask and discovers it's the kid who muzzled him as a child
>They share a moment of silence staring each other in the eyes
>Nick cuffs him and takes him to his cruiser
>"Thanks Nick, I'll take him from here" says an officer who has responded to Nick's radio call and takes the perp off his hands
>Nick climbs back into his cruiser, sits for a time, and thinks about how old he's become
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>>81591603
That's why I offered the alternative "hit".
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I would live in Bunnyburrow, it seems quaint af
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>>81591615
Same thing with the word medicine. Ignorant people from all walks of life refer to just about every chemical used in pest control as "medicine."

But no, serum is hardly used outside of fiction because it's a fancy word that people who are smart enough to know it are smart enough not to use it and find alternatives like "liquid." Beauty products use the word serum to rebrand the same old product. "Now with serums!"
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>>81591642
And it is wrong.
REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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>>81591398
>Judy follows him one time to make sure he's not doing anything bad

Jesus Judy, he's your best friend , have some trust.
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>>81591829
Did you read the artbook about how the burrows are structured? Cool stuff.
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>>81592062
Crack addiction.
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>>81592062
He said he was muzzled when he was 8 or 9, right? Maybe he spent a couple years being lonely and friendless and then a year to build a friendship with Finnick to the point that they decide to enter business together.
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>>81592146
Leave matpat
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>>81592062
probably ran away from home
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I can't stop thinking, what if the missing mammal case never happened? Judy would still be sent out on parking duty, and still confront Nick, but after that, would she run into him again?

Would she try to tail him to catch him doing something she could arrest him for out of some sense of pride? Theyd get to know each other sure, but would they become close? Probably not.
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how is nick so cute
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>>81592062
My thoughts are that his mother is sick and he is paying for medical bills
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>>81588190

Clearly you've never been to a nice mediterranean new town.
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>>81589309
>>81589352

Combined with the pro-Trump post, it's amazing he still hasn't strangled Byron to death.
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>>81592336
>Pro-trump post

u w80 m80?
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>>81588347

Her pussy wets on frozen roadkill. She loves to rub herself with animal dung to make herself sexually attractive to cishet males.
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>>81592336
Pro-Trump post?
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>>81592336
Proofs?
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>>81587486

They worship SATIN because they are animals with NO SOULS.

They cut their wrists and listen to MCR, except Bellwether and the polar bear guy who are PREPZ and not only deserve to die, but are also delusional.

Nick is the model goff.
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>>81592336
You can't say something like this without proof anon.
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>>81592407
But saying stupid shit without proof is more than half of 4chan posting anon
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>>81588319

I want Judy to worship the Black Rabbit of Inlé because she is a goff and a satanist and cuts herself.

She also eats Count Chocula with BLUD
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>>81592286
:)
>>81592336
What Trump post?
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>>81592395
Do you think Nick went to hogwarts?
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>>81591829
Better hope you're a bunny, then, or at least, not a predator. They don't like predators much in Bunnyburrow.
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What city would a platypus go to?
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How does Nick taste?
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Best fox.
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>>81590189

Very hot I love that Byron originlly concepted Nick as having been raped by a rhinoceros like in my favourite furry story http//
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>>81592775
RIP
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>>81590451

I love rabbit meat, actually.
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>>81592775
>IRL SMUG FOX
!!
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>>81589922

>Presented in Binocular Vision.
My sides.
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>>81592778
just stop.
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>>81590451
>>81590467
>>81590475
>>81590482
>>81590499
>>81590515
>>81590537
>>81590549
>>81590593
>>81590660
Wild rabbit meat is good. The ones raised in captivity taste horrible.
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>>81592778
Just fuck me up
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>>81591204
>>81591231
>>81591242
>>81591249
>>81591269
>>81591282
>>81591295

I wood love to make his anus bleed
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>>81590788
It's not impossible for dogs to exist. We basically partnered up with retarded wolves after all.
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>>81592778
Here's your (You)
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>>81592880
Yeah so I meant to reply to another anon...
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>>81592062

Because he is a prostitute lust and wants to have his ass stuffed with Tyrannosaurus cocks
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>>81592889
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>>81592595

Yes, Slytherine
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>>81592889
Page 11 can't come sooner
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>>81592889
>>81592952
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>>81592778
>>81592889
>>81592952
Go samefag
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>>81592795
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>>81592725

Hell.
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>>81593045
>>81592775
>>81592880
I don't need these feels again...
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>>81593045
So he's aware that he'll go to hell as a furfag?
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>>81593103
Yep, so you have some good company to look forward to friendo
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>>81593045
At least he has Dark Souls to look forward to
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>>81592418

Yes my bother I hop that Lionheart take soff his pants and shoves his mancarrot in her spirit oasis.
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>>81588691

lUSTFUL LITTLE GIRL WANTS TO BE RAPED BY SUCCULENT cosk
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>>81593256
Please go back to >>>/trash/
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Just imagine how Zootopia's equivalent of playboy would be like



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