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WHAT THE FUCK, PIXAR?? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4L Q_Qe-k5I

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WHAT THE FUCK, PIXAR??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4LQ_Qe-k5I
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>>77770524
yeah if i was 4 that would've traumatized me too
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>>77770538
When I was 4 I was already torturing insects.
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meh, insects don't feel pain, unless you burn them with a magnifying glass, that has to hurt
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>>77770524
>feeling bad for insects
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>>77770524
CAVE BOY OF MURDER
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>>77770615
THE ONLY GOOD BUG IS A DEAD BUG
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>>77770524
What was even the fucking point?
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>>77770666
He's trying to teach the dinosaur how to survive. Y'know, like when a cat brings you a dead mouse or something.
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>>77770524
Have you never killed something with your bare teeth and eat it raw?

What kind of shit-tier predator are you?
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>>77770524
That "THE GOOD DINOSAUR" text at the end. This was like an [adult swim] bumper.
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>>77770666
That we will have wait 3 years for a decent Pixar movie

That was the point.
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>moving and twitching after he bites the head off
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>>77770712
Man we gotta get through Finding Dory (I loved Finding Nemo but Dory's character arc was pretty much done in that movie already), Cars 3 (I've never seen any of the Cars movies and I have no plans to) and then Incredibles 3 (has the most chance of being good but could still get fucked up)

Will Inside Out be the last great Pixar movie (at least for a couple of years?) Probably.
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>>77770752
>Inside Out
>good
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>>77770767
filtered
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Being eaten by bigger animals is a lot of insects only function anyway. Get over it.
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>>77770565
When did you move onto small animals?
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>>77770774
So how is your Safe Space coming along, Tumblr?
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>>77770774
>filtered

I bet you also type "unsubscribed" on yt.
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>>77770538

This probably would have freaked me out when I was 4 too. Even when I was older, I remember the grasshoppers in A Bug's Life leaving me feeling very unsettled.
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>>77770752
you are concerned about Finding Dory?

How about Toy Story 4? Is in their official site

>The Good Dinosaur
>Finding Dory
>Cars 3
>Coco
>Toy Story 4
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>>77770965
Is Toy Story 4 at least following a new group of toys?
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Why do super evolved, intelligent dinosaurs look exactly as they did billions of years ago?
Why are insects so big?
How were large mammals like apes able to evolve?
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>>77770989
Because it's meant to be a silly family film not an accurate documentary.
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>>77771018
So? Silly family films are very capable of getting creative with their speculative alt-history, why even propose this setting of future dinosaurs in the first place? Just do a Flinstones thing and be inaccurate, that would actually raise less problems.
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>>77770986
oh, silly anon

of course not.

it's about Bonnie and their toys, with a "love story" in the middle
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>>77771018
>tfw no documentary style movie telling a story about a pack of raptors, based on our most up to date information about those creatures.

Why? The closest thing we have is that horrid Walking with Dinosaurs movie (which could have been cool, if not for the forced as fuck voice acting etc.)

Also, why do herbivores always get to be the "main" characters or the "good guys" in this type of movies/shows, when predators are infinitely cooler, and also in general far more intelligent and social species than herbivores are in real life too.
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>>77771103
>that raptor
>accurate
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>>77771067
I don't know I didn't make the movie.
>>77771095
Fucking hell. The Toy Story films at least had some kind of natural progression to them with 3 being a more or less perfect conclusion.
>>77771103
Didn't you watch the movie? A group of Rex's are the good guys.
>>77771121
That's also inaccurate.
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>>77771121
It was the closest one I got when I googled "raptor family".

Also, the "feathers" dinosaurs had were far from the feathers of modern birds. At best, they resembled the "fluff" feathers that modern bird got underneath their main feather coats.
Certainly no flight feathers like that picture you posted has. I mean, why in the fuck would that thing even HAVE flight feathers on it's arms?
Also, that eye is too mammalian.
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>>77770712
Mickey, you are a goddam idiot.
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>>77771136
The pixar dino flick?
No, I haven't seen it.
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>>77771136
>I didn't make the movie.
Oh I'm sorry I was under the impression you were. Just don't respond if you have nothing to say, no shame in it.
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>>Ctrl F Lion King
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Seriously?
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>>77771121
>butterflies
>accurate
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>>77771152
That raptor is covered in fluff, though. And yes, they would have "flight" feathers on their arms. For display, balancing while clawing things to death, and wing assisted incline running
>Also, that eye is too mammalian.
It's clearly a cartoon character.
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>>77771164
Well the T-Rexs are the good guys there. But yeah it is very rare for that to happen.

Though it does avert the "Herbivores can talk but predators can't" cliche that a lot of movies fall into.
>>77771171
Okay then.
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>>77771136
The way they ended Toy Story 3 was a cop out, they should have let the toys burn, like real discarded or lost toys do. Instead they just started the loop all over again. We'll get another three movies and the toys will be given to a new owner by the end of 6.
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Anyone else hate the older brother? He had a point, but he didn't have to be an asshole about it.
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>>77771211
There is no reason for display feathers to have the structure of flight feathers.
For fuck's sake, ostriches which use the feathers on their wings in mating displays etc lack flight feathers on their wings, despite most certainly once having them. It makes zero sense for a creature whose ancestors have NEVER flown to posses flight feathers. Those feathers most certainly evolved only when early birds developed the ability to fly.
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>>77771241
>they should have let the toys burn, like real discarded or lost toys do

In a fucking children's movie? Are you serious?
>>77771280
It's kind of weird how they sort of disappear from the film after the dad dies. We don't even see their reaction to it.
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The T-Rex family were the best part of the movie. I'd watch a spinoff about them.
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>>77770965
>already out
>garbage
>garbage
>Book of life 2: Electric Boogaloo (now with 60% less skeletons)
>foul necromancy
So what the fuck do we have to look forward to?
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>>77771291
Quill knobs
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>>77771342
>marlin & nemo adventuring together
>preemptively garbage
Fuck off
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>>77771362
Nemo wasn't very good. This sounds like Nemo, but worse. It's logical to assume it will be garbage.
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>>77771161
but he is right

you cannot use the chemicals in you brain to say it's pointless to be just chemicals, that invalidates your whole discourse

unless you make the assumption in order to know the truth you may investigate the unexplainable, with surpass the material word

is the old "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing" motto, and philosophy 101

claiming you know the truth of all knowledge ,and applying that truth into everything to prove a point on how things may be relative or meaningless, is the principle of sophism
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>>77771291
ostriches have 16 flight feathers
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>>77771406
That look like this.
http://swalefandson.com/productimages/ostrichtertiarybig.jpg
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>>77770767
Inside Out was real good.
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>>77770524
Why would that make it stop squirming? It's not as if insects have their brain in their heads.
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>>77771103
You could always read Raptor Red. It's the story of a raptor from her point of view back when they lived.
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>feather fags invaded that thread too

I guess only one was not enough
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>>77770524
I can't wait to see the videos of little kids eating bugs imitating that kid
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>>77771497
Just accept that literally every dinosaur had feathers
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>>77771533
Who cares if the movie isn't accurate? I want to talk about Trex Sam Elliot.
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>>77771533
[source needed]
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>>77770567
>insects don't feel pain
Do you have a source for that information?
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>>77771497
>people who like dinosaurs and not the fictional creatures taught to me as a kid are invading the thread
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Everyone who's anti-feather is a closeted lizardfag who still hasn't accepted that dinosaurs are more closely related to birds than reptiles even though this was known since Jurassic Park.
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>>77771563
Nobody cares that the movie isn't accurate, they care that it's not running with the premise creatively

>>77771570
A small part of the frontal lobes
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>>77771576
I think he's joking.
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>>77771533
>>77771586
>AAAAAAHWCHTUALLY THIS IS WRONG

Who fucking cares. No one knows for sure a lot of things about dinos, and even when scientists make a brand new discovery, that same discovery can be proved wrong or invalidated by other scientist creating two or more different schools, why not accept not everyone is a salty nerd and for once have some fun?
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>>77771633
you're a fucking faggot, dude
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>This is not scientifically accurate 3/10
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>>77771607
They're just nostalgiafags. I bet they cried about Pluto being a dwarf planet.
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>>77771633
>why not accept not everyone is a salty nerd and for once have some fun
>and for once have some fun
>have some fun
>fun
Fun?
You want me to have FUN???
I'LL SHOW YOU FUN RIGHT IN THE BUNS!
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>>77771666
The thing about Pluto is that does not make sense getting all sad about it

It still a planet...but a tiny one, hence the name dwarf planet

It's not like he got excluded from the solar system or anything. Honestly, I got more negative feedback from euphoric fedora people going "TAKE THAT ASTROLOGY!!" than anyone else
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>>77771666
the power of Buddha compels you, satan
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>>77771733
>yfw astrology was only wrong because astrologers didn't know Pluto wasn't a planet and is now super accurate
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What the fuck is happening? I just want to talk about the movie.
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>>77771607
No one is against feathers

They are kinda cool when done right.
The criticism about feathers is how freak dino fans flip their shit every time they see anything slightest wrong in any dino design, acting like a asperg about the whole thing, those same people usually never shut up about the feather issue and always bring up the subject whoever a dino related conversation appears
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>>77771781
Then say something about the movie, stupid.
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>>77771815
The only guy in the thread like that is
>>77771152
>>77771291
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>>77771818
Alright
How much do you think Arlos family blames him for his dads death?
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>>77771633
>capeshitter resisting realism
Nothing new here, folks.
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I never thought I'd walk out of a Pixar movie but I did.

I mean, most of it was the Mexican family behind us eating a three course meal out of a duffel bag and their five year old kicking my brother's seat insistently. But the movie was still just one cliche after another and the character designs were stomach churningly bad.

Two stiff drinks later we went back and saw The Martian instead.
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>>77771760
>mfw Pluto was never included in astrology until modern times, on the so called "modern astrology"

embarrassing how fedora wearers never do their homework, and still claiming thy are the most intelligent people on Earth

something similar happened when Ophiuchus constellation went back visible on Earth. Fedora wearers just flipped their shit saying NOW YOU SIGN TATTOO CAN'T BE REMOVED everywhere. Even Neil deGrasse Tyson jumped in the band wagon making a video about it, despite astrology never being about the constellation, but about the planets

again, embarrassing
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>>77771303
I feel like the original plan was to have Arlo get washed away with his father and wake up at the shore, hence why his knee injury there and at the riverside were in the same location. That scene with the grave, his mother, and finding Spot in the silo feels like they were added almost last minute, probably to add more context to the scene when Arlo and Spot are burying their sticks to symbolize death.
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>>77771904
Bad enough to walk out of? Yikes. From what I've heard, it's "okay" but not much more than that.
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>>77770615
>>77770642
I'M DOING MY PART
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>>77771948
People are giving it way to high expectations because of Inside Out. If Good Dinosaur was released first, it would have been way better received.
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>>77771841
His brother would probably be the biggest dick about it and blame Arlo, the mother wouldn't blame anyone, and the sister would quietly believe that their father had been irresponsible to run after Spot during a thunderstorm along the river.
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>>77771923
>That scene with the grave, his mother, and finding Spot in the silo feels like they were added almost last minute, probably to add more context to the scene when Arlo and Spot are burying their sticks to symbolize death.

That's conflicting because I think that the scene after the father is swept away is uneeded but on the other hand the sticks scene I thought was very good. That's the thing there are very good scenes in the movie its just that the movie doesn't feel...done. Like compared to Finding Nemo the conclusion with the Pterosaurs doesn't feel nearly as triumphant as the fishing net scene.
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>>77772019
The movie had a troubled production. Not as bad as Brave, but still.
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>>77771905
>Seeing fedoramans deny the supreme truth of astrology is almost as infuriating as when they fail to accept Jesus as their lord and savior!

And this is what passes for hardcore nonconformity on 4chan.
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Well, it was better than Lava but still felt like an add for Hinduism.
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>>77772125
The style looked really good, and Hinduism is pretty cool, so I like it a lot.
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>>77772076
Yeah I hard about that. But then again so did Toy Story and Ratatouille so I guess it's just luck of the draw. Brave feels like it was focus grouped to death, but at least Brave has something to make its mark in that it was the first Pixar movie with a female protagonist. The Good Dinosaur has nothing. I don't think this movie will be hated like Cars instead it's just gonna be forgotten.
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>>77772090
nice strawman

I never said a thing you mentioned

Just pointed how ironic is to claim you are a superior intelligent being, when you can't even do a research properly

A classic example is the famous Dawkins-esque claim that religion never did a thing for the world but war, and if we had science instead we could be with colonies on Mars by now
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>>77772135
It's basically Bugs Life. A good film, but note spectacular like the others.
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>>77770615
>>77770642
>>77771958
Terran Ascendancy is one of the best games I've ever played
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>>77772179
Eh, I'd put A Bugs life above this. But I'd say they're in the same tier.
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>>77770803
TUMBLRTUMBLRTUMBLRTUMBLRTUMBLR
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>>77771291
Does that mean raptors are actually flightless archaeopteryx?
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>>77771173
Came here for this, also it was just a 5 second scene
Its true they added too much realism but youre looking for stupid shit in a movie that already advertises as one.
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>>77771624
Actually, it's true, the insect nervous system does not have a conscious pain stimuli in the same way that more complicated animals do, only an unconscious threat avoidance reaction.
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>>77770666
Because it is human instinct to share and this bitch ass dino doesn't know how to into protein gainz.
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>>77771404
Mickey is making the assumption that consciousness has any relationship with the brain. He's also making the assumption that he understands the idea of "consciousness", what is the "brain", and "chemicals".

It's funny, yet depressing, the amount of meaningless conclusions that language allows us to make. Like concluding that everything is "subjective" or that there is no such thing as knowledge, when we don't even understand what these concepts actually mean, represent, or how they work at all. Not because they're unknowable, but because they're semantical constructions.

We've clearly been taking the wrong approach to knowledge. Fuck you, Mickey. And fuck yo too, Socrates. People like you have turned humanity into a bunch of irrational epistemological nihilists who have refused to keep searching for answers.
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>>77772423
>Mickey is making the assumption that consciousness has any relationship with the brain. He's also making the assumption that he understands the idea of "consciousness", what is the "brain", and "chemicals".

this is the assumption of Donald, that there is nothing but brains and chemicals. Mickey is saying how bullshit that claim is, and showing that even if that argument is right, them he contradict himself by default

While I agree with you about pointless nihilism and the dangers of semantics, we can only express ourselves in the material world by material ways. Denying it is even more ignorant and nihilistic
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Timon and Pumba ate bugs by the truckload.
Bugs that spoke and sang in some episodes of their show. They crunched them up good and you got to see all the slime dripping out of their mouths.
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>>77770524
What is this, Cannibal Holocaust?
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>>77770767
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So is the film good or bad? I saw on some review site like i09(yeah I know its shit) give it a good review, and the RT score is at 80%, do you think the good reviews were bribed by disney or have a bias towards pixar. ( think if this movie was released excatly as it is but by blue sky, would it be well received/)
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>>77772571
>While I agree with you about pointless nihilism and the dangers of semantics, we can only express ourselves in the material world by material ways. Denying it is even more ignorant and nihilistic

What is this "self" and "material world" you speak of? You can try to define these concepts, but then I will ask you to define the concepts you used in your definitions, and so on. Ultimately, understanding doesn't come from language.

We *need* to stop thinking with language. While language is indeed necessary to some point to assert a form of communication between humans, they shouldn't be the basis for one's understanding.
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>>77773034
No
It's about as good as the Croods, which had a 63 or something on RT. A fair score by me.
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>>77770524
>16m Friday
Pixar's worst opening weekend since A Bug's Life confirmed.
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>>77771576
>>77771624
Not the guy but... Although insects can perceive damage they can't feel pain like us.

A headless chicken or a headless snake can't feel pain as we do but are capable of reacting to stimuli. We call those autonomous reflexes.
Invertebrates have a different nervous system architecture from vertebrates. Even cephalopods (that are smarter than many vertebrates) have most of their neurons outside the brain. The nervous system is not as centralized as ours. It is more like a network of smaller brains spread over the body working together. The main brain doesn't accumulate as many functions as ours and the other brains can receive input and response accordingly without having to communicate to the main brain about every thing it does.
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>>77772125
>Trying not to laugh during the whole thing
>Credits for it start going by
>Sanjay "Poo in the Loo" Patel
>Burst out laughing in the theater
>calm down a bit
>DESIGNATED SHITTING STREETS
>laugh again even worse trying to contain my sides during the Disney castle logo
Fucking /pol/ is embarrassing me
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>>77773034
I was worried, becuase i am a massive HTTYD fan and I was worried that this film would over-shadow it, is that possible?
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>>77772125
>we will never have a full length film with this kind of animation
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>>77773209
Did they even advertise this? It feels like I've heard nothing of it other than online.
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>>77770748

Cockroaches can survive 5 to 6 days without a head
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>>77773516
>/pol/
There is absolutely no excuse for going on that shitty board. /int/ is all the good without most of the bad.
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>>77773753
It was on TV but it didn't present its premise clearly at all, everyone I saw who has seen the trailer could not tell you what the movie was about.

"When the meteor misses the earth, things get wild!" and then "GET READY FOR THE WILD LIFE" music plays and it's like, okay? Dinosaurs? Some human kid? Huh? What did the meteor not hitting the earth have to do with anything, what?
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>bug is photorealistic
>dinosaur and the kid are stylized
wew
e
w
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>>77770748
If anything I was disappointed that it was just moving slightly. Insects move much more without a head. They can walk, have sex, and do a bunch of things without a head. They still need the head for eating/drinking/seeing though.
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apparently this movie's supposed to be about a dog-human relationship... except the roles are switched... and the human is a fucking dinosaur?
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>>77770524
The redneck T-Rex family was the best part of the movie
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>>77772221
>>77772179
A Bug's Life is my favorite Pixar movie, so will I like Good Dinosaur?
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Human proving it's at the top of food chain.
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>>77770986
AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

NO

ROMANTIC COMEDY, FAGGOT
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>>77770524
This scene actually looks pretty cute.

Seems worth the watch.
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>>77773293
will think of that the next time i forcefully remove your members without anesthesia
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>>77770524
Guessing you're american.
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>>77776090
If Cars and Up wouldn't exist, this would literally be the worst Pixar movie.
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>>77770538
>>77770838
ITT: bunchov sissies
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>>77777777
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>>77772125
Who's that snake enchanter?
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>>77770524
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>>77778433
>>77778326
WHAT WAS IT
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>>77773065
>getting this buttblasted
>over linguistics and philosophy
>doesn't like language
>uses English to bitch on an imageboard

so why keep talking?
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>>77778461
Absolutely nothing: a furfag telling another furfag to add bellyrubs into his furfag game.
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>>77770538
you generation is weak
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SOME DINOS HAD FEATHERS
SOME DIDN'T
END OF ARGUMENT
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>>77773065
You professor called; he asked if you're bringing the dew next monday.
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>>77774047

I feel like what you are saying is a deeper metaphor, explain the superficiality expressed in mainstream art. Not exploring the beauty that life has to offer, but simply acting as mindless robots, falling into the slump of either having meaningless sex or being a mindless consumer. Or maybe not. Probably not, but still I like to pretend.
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>>77770524
>Rated PG
What's wrong with that?.
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>>77778724
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>>77778175
>Up
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>>77778855
The fuck is Bismarck doing in a basketball court?
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>>77773944
Anyone who doesn't understand the significance of the meteor passing Earth is a moron.
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>>77778535
>>77778683

Here is your reply.
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>>77773065
>the truth should not be investigated, but experienced
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>>77778855
>i must unite the germanic peoples under one flag
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>>77777777
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>>77771103
>implying herbivores can't be intelligent.
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>>77780517
So was the post just deleted, or what?
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>>77780077
Define "truth" and "experience". No, wait. Don't. It's pointless. You didn't get the point, after all.

Sheep.
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>>77770803
>>77770834
>They think filtering is the same as the new Tumblr meme
Fucking newfags
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>>77780584
That was implied
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>>77772125
oh god, I didn't want to see the good dinosaur movie, but I might see it just for this short, this looks awesome
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>>77773065
Thought forms through language, you mongoloid.
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>>77780669
fucking marxist

go piss on a canvas and call it relative
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>OMG SO DISTURBING!
Seriously faggots? Are you people a bunch of sheltered kids?

Even Tarzan heavier shit than this.
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>>77770752

>Incredibles 3

Possibly the only thing they could do that I'd be more hyped for than Incredibles 2
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>>77770989
>Why do super evolved, intelligent dinosaurs look exactly as they did billions of years ago?
It's a cartoon, artists take liberties and the audiences find it more appealing when the characters are familiar.
>Why are insects so big?
Back in the Carboniferous Period there were giant insects. Even if they aren't represented in a factual and real way, it's all artistic representation. Even though the insects are big, the artists are acknowledging that they were big millions of years ago
even though it doesn't "fit" in the timeframe
>How were large mammals like apes able to evolve?
that's a good question, and taking into account that a lot of things are "artistic representations" I think it's safe to say:
This is a children's movie. Don't think, just watch and enjoy.
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>>77780995
>do Incredibles 9 first with Violet's and Dash's kids starting out crime fighting and Jack in his Prime
>fill in the blank
Would watch.
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>>77781120
>Don't think
No.
>just watch
No thanks. Unless you're taking me ///
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>>77770767
Hey look, a shitposter who is nice enough to have a trip on so we can filter him. Thanks shitposter!
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>>77781197
I admit, that the last part about the apes isn't my strongest argument I actually have nothing for it
but what about the rest?
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>>77781325
You're not arguing, you're just saying "it's a family movie it doesn't have to be clever or make sense, they can do what they want"

Which is technically correct, but boring as hell to bring up or respond to. Also you yourself said your point about the large insects is invalid, this film takes place in the modern day.
I genuinely hope you enjoy the movie though, you seem like a nice guy.
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>>77780899
You still didn't get the point, anon. I never said anything about this "relativism" everyone seems to speak of.

>>77780832
Alright, faggot. Define "language" and "thought". Then explain how children, creatures born without a natural spokable language, learn to speak without having one. Or even better: think about prehistoric people. How do you think they managed to form a society, if they didn't invent a language until much later? Because what you call "thoughts" aren't based on what you call "language". Of course, I don't expect that I can explain it any better to you, as I'm forced to use English to explain these "ideas". But if I have to, here goes another pointless explanation: Words don't carry any actual meaning. They're merely sounds, a set of symbols. Your mind is taught by society so that it relates these symbols and sounds with an idea, a meaning.
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>>77781262
>not liking a shitty movie is shitposting
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Is this movie good compared to other Pixar movies?
I like the mainn character and the plot revolving around overcoming fear of the world, but it didn't give me a good vibe aside from that.
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>>77781420
You're factually right, anon.
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>>77781379
So then, taking into account that it's a family movie and it is boring as hell to argue for/against, I agree with you there I'd say that all this questioning about specifics is moot.
It's a movie, meant for kids, that some people can nit-pick and question all they want, but at the end of the day: It's a movie, watch it and enjoy it, or don't.

>this film takes place in the modern day.
I don't remember the film saying what time period it actually takes place. I thought it took place around the Quaternary or Tertiary period, with "early man" and all.

>I genuinely hope you enjoy the movie though
The movie was ok, not my favorite, but not the worst. I saw The Hunger Games Finale Part 2 right after it and thought that was a better film.

>you seem like a nice guy.
aww, ty anon
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>>77779552
>la smuggeneer
I'm sorry you made such poor decisions in life, anon, but your shortcomings are nothing to be proud of.
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>>77770524
Awww, that bug was adorable. Well, this is gonna be another case of kids being traumatized by a cute critter getting killed in kids movie. Gotta teach the little buggers that things die sometime!
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>>77782918
How fragile do you think children are? Fucking hell.
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>>77780669
Truth is objective. If a tree falls in the forest, and nobody's around to hear it, it still makes a fucking sound. If I have a pen on a desk, and no one knows or sees that it is there, the pen being on the desk is still true, no matter what anyone sees or thinks on the matter.

Postmodernism and Marxism/Socialism are cancers on logical reasoning.
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>>77770524
>>77770538
Holy fuck you kids are soft.
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>>77780608
Probably a janitor upset he didn't get the GET.
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>>77783169
Don't ears have to pick up the vibrations of the tree falling to create a sound, though?
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>>77783169
Without ears to translate it to information and a brain to process and allocate and define it, it's just vibrations bro.
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>>77770642
>>77771958
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>>77784027
>>77784153
Sound is vibrations through air you dumbasses, regardless if there was someone to hear it it made a sound
>b-but if no one was around how can you be sure?'
Most children get the idea of object permanence by around two years old, why haven't you?
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>>77771211
>>77771291
The feathers on that fossil are clearly primary feathers.
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>>77784153
>>77784027
A sound is still a sound, even if no one processes it. The objective fact is, that the tree falling created vibrations in the air, which is sound, even if there wasn't anything to process it as such.
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>>77784426
Here's a fun video on Truth vs. Perception. Postmodernism a shit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I58Tu-yym0w
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>>77770524
I guess you could say they just ripped off a bugs life
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Just got back from the movie, I thought it was great, not sure where the negativity is coming from. The story was a pretty typical hero's journey, but the animation was amazing. The mixture of super cartoony and photorealism was done really well and it didn't pull punches with the whole nature is brutal thing.

Also I made out with the girl I was with after the movie was over so that was nice too
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>>77770615
Dizzie was the only good part of that movie
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Where the fuck was Ratzenburger and the pizza planet truck
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>>77771350
*thinks back on GOTG* ...Quill WAS a knob...
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>>77771448
I guess that one did.
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Why have there been no threads about it? Is it that mediocre?
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>>77788503
Everyone is avoiding because they think it'll be good. >>77785769 sums it up pretty well.
better than Inside Out desu
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>>77790179
Bad not good
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>>77770565
Forgot your trip Scrapper.
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>>77782918
Nope, this is just kids wondering if the bug taste like marshmallows
>White gooey flesh
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>>77770767
> jojo
> not irredeemable shit

that's nice, child
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>>77771241
>they should have let the toys burn, like real discarded or lost toys do

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phFISjORzQs
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>>77771979
>If Good Dinosaur was released first, it would have been way better received.
Disney has a track record of blindly believing that they can do what Land Before Time did and falling flat on their faces every single time.

It is the one concept they can't turn into their very own, and it must be burning some exec's ass hard because they keep trying.
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>>77779060
Here's the significance. If it hadn't hit the earth, there would be NO FUCKING PRIMATES OF ANY KIND because our ancestor would still be a rodent that lived underground 99.9% of the time. That's what we were for MILLIONS of years and only evolved out of that when the dinos were no longer around to eat us.

THAT'S the significance
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>>77785378
jesus christ i love bad jokes

i don't know what life would be like without them
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>>77770752
>and then Incredibles 3
Man when Incredibles 2 revealed Synlet was canon I just about shat myself in the theater
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>>77770615
IT'S AFRAID!
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>>77790268
>>77782918
The lesson is: Hakuna matata
http://youtu.be/HqREvb2VTjw
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>>77770989
Dinosaurs ruled the Earth for nearly 200 million years. There's a larger block of time separating Stegosaurus from Trex (83m) than there is separating Trex from us (65m). And they don't look the same, the dinosaurs that watched the asteroid whizz by in the intro look way less cartoon-y than the ones later on.
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>>77771733
>smaller than the moon
>still a planet
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>>77773516
>/pol/
fuck off newfag
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>>77773932
>/int/ is all the good without most of the bad.
Maybe three years ago. Nowadays it's just a General-ridden shithole.
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No one gonna bring up Thunderclap being a psychopath?
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>>77792657
Last time I visited that place, it was full of threads asking to get a specific gf from some other country.

That place really doesn't seem to be that good now.
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>>77770767
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>>77793452
or the psychedelic fruit drug trip?
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>>77771533
now hold it right there, integument is far from feathers... now what where we talking about? Jurassic World or something?
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>>77792327
Thing goes like this
>Hey, what the fuck, there is also those things floating around in Solar System we did not cataloged yet
>Well, they are not a moon, that is for sure
>Well, they are kinda like a planet, and behave like a planet, but still have not enough mass to be a planet...let's just call it dwarf planet, to make it simpler
>NEWSFLASH. PLUTO MASS IS OF A DWARF PLANET
>Well, he is a dwarf now

No big deal, really. All in all, it was Eris fault.
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that was pretty cool
the many holes on the bug are making me uncomfortable tho
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>>77794005
I don't think those are holes. More like a texture like this.
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>>77771633
>have some fun?
I had fun once and it was awful
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>>77772160
Dawkins is a good scientist but he seriously needs to shut the fuck up about things that aren't science.

His counter-arguments to Thomas Aquinas' Five Ways was some downright gradeschool tier shit.
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>>77771733
>>77771760
>>77771905
>astrology
Next you're going to tell me you're into Christian Science while you audit on an e-meter.
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>>77793452
Wasted potential. Could've been a great villain, as it is he was "well, we need a climax. How about that pterodactyl?"
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>>77771733
>>77771760
That falls under astronomy you little shits.
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>>77791052
>trolling your mom
That's kinda like kissing your sister.
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>>77794703
We were obviously talking about the pseudo-science of astrology, not the actual science of astronomy.
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All this bitching about bug nervous systems and flight feathers and dwarf planets and nobody asks why the intelligent main character walks around naked and his fucking pet wears a skirt.
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>>77794770
I'll have to take your word for that
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>>77795240
Becauses pets can't force you to wear silly clothes.
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>>77770524
people are freaked out by this? we've seen bugs getting squished in animated stuff more often
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