|allcaps - 2009-01-11 |
I remember screeching in delight at the brilliance of this final move. I guess I was six or something. It's still pretty hot.
|Helena Handbasket - 2009-01-11 |
This movie generally rocked my world when I was five, and it continues to do so.
|garcet71283 - 2009-01-11 |
This was the best era of Disney animation.
And this was the best movie of the era.
|Albuquerque Halsey - 2009-01-11 |
yay bio warfare!
|StanleyPain - 2009-01-11 |
My favorite animated Disney movie.
|fluffy - 2009-01-11 |
I'm not entirely sure what the point to that duel was but damn was it nicely-animated.
Don't be ridiculous. When she turned into a fox, I detected a rather notable absence of tits.
Wart, the little orange bird, is really a boy and the future King Arthur. Merlin, who has changed him into a fish and a squirrel in order to teach Wart life lessons, changes him into a bird when he wishes he could fly. Wart takes off with Archimedes, Merlin's talking owl, but they are attacked by a hawk, and Wart ends up in the hands of Madam Mim, an evil witch. Madam Mim chases Wart about the house in the form of a cat, but Merlin shows up in the nick of time to save him, and ultimately challenges her to a Wizard's duel.
|eatenmyeyes - 2009-01-11 |
For symptoms to develop that fast, he would need to divide at an astounding rate. This would raise the question of whether he is dying and/or creating a doppelgänger with each mitosis except that since he aged backwards, he could simply kill all the other symptom-causing germs magically. Thus to someone aging normally, it would appear to be a sudden onset. Additionally, he is cheating if he became a single celled organism.
I think you're overthinking this.
A single celled organism isn't a vegetable or mineral.
|eatenmyeyes - 2009-01-12 |
Nor is it an animal.
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