Ryan and Colin throughout the years.
“from failing, you learn. from success, not so much.”
I am going to say this again: YOU NEED TO WATCH MEET THE ROBINSONS IT IS THE MOST UNFAIRLY NEGLECTED MOVIE DISNEY EVER MADE
I love this movie so much… ;-;
//Why can’t teachers and parents be like this?
Like, when you fuck something up, instead of being like:
I’M SO ASHAMED OF YOU! GO SLEEP IN THE YARD!
Could they instead be like:
WOW! YOU FAILED! LOOK AT HOW MUCH BETTER YOU’RE GOING TO BE IN THE FUTURE!
Because, that’s how I’m gonna be as a parent.
This is legit my favorite Disney movie
Seriously this movie isn’t the best thing Disney ever made BUT IT HAS SUCH AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE THAT’S SO OVER-LOOKED IN OTHER FILMS.
FAILING IS OKAY BECAUSE YOU LEARN HOW NOT TO DO SOMETHING. AND YOU GET TO TRY SOMETHING AGAIN AND AGAIN AND THAT CAN BE FUN AND EXCITING AND YOU LEARN A LOT IN THE PROCESS.
I think this gif helps add to my point.
- Me: *watching Ever After*
- The Husband (who likes zombies and violent movies): This is based on Cinderella?
- Me: Yeah.
- The Husband: Where's the fairy godmothers?
- Me: That's kinda what Leonardo Da Vinci is.
- The Husband: That slipper's not made of glass.
- The Husband: Why aren't there mice helping to sew her dress?
- The Husband: Where's the pumpkin carriage?
- Me: Shh.
- The Husband: The story's falling apart, that's all I'm saying.
“And the point of great writers like [Oscar] Wilde is that they make that invitation to you; they welcome you”. - Stephen Fry
Stephen Fry is a hero