Jean Rousseau, Skull watch, 17th century
This scene brings about one of the many reasons why I love Tarzan. Even after Clayton had betrayed him, imprisoned his family in cages, and shot Kerchak, Tarzan still showed forgiveness. Tarzan did not kill Clayton. The jungle, a world “blessed with love”, ultimately brought upon Clayton’s death.
I never notices Clayton’s shadow, I always concentrated on Tarzan and the blade. But it gives me the chills when I watch it.
I have only seen this movie once, when I was about 11 or so - I was a morbid kid, and noticed the shadow right off the bat, and was amazed (still am) that a Disney film actually went there explicitly, rather than just implying the death.
DAMN DISNEY YOU SCARY.
I really loved Tarzan as a kid and still do but shit this scene scared the hell out of me you have no idea.
HOLY FUCKING DICK POPSICLES THERE’S A SHADOW THERE
ariel’s just like “girl I could tell you stories”
There was a time back in 1971 when I thought life wasn’t worth living. I was always warned of all the bad things going on in the world. (There’s too much crime, there’s too much hate, the racial discrimination, etc.) I was never told of the good things that were happening.
Unfortunately, I had a tendency to believe everything I heard. Until I found Star Trek, and after a few months of watching it, I began to realize that the world is not just a big bundle of hate. I saw all the love in Star Trek. They didn’t live in a world of prejudices, and I thought, well maybe, just maybe a lot of what I had heard was exaggerated…and I found out I was right. People can and do work and live well together, if they want to.
I realized something else too. There is still a lot of crime and hate and racial discrimination in the world, and there will be until someone does something to change it. And it’s going to have to be the younger generations who make that change. Only we’re not going to if we give it all up. Star Trek showed me that. In a way, Star Trek kind of saved my life."
— Trek fan Barbara Moss, in a letter to Gene Roddenberry, quoted in Susan Sackett’s 1977 book Letters to Star Trek. (via trekkiefeminist)
CSI:Las Vegas 14x07 “Under a Cloud”
- When Sara has no worries about Greg
YOU BROUGHT THIS ON YOURSELF
This got even funnier when I realized that to shoot it, essentially someone had to hurl a massive rat puppet at Cary Elwes.
I like to imagine they used a small catapult.
*takes all dead female characters and puts them on a new show no men allowed*
It’s a sign of growing up that I identify more and more with Giles
We all become Giles, in the end.