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I was tagged by @nicolejb and @RosePark (theirs are here and here) and I am SO EXCITED because I have to admit... I have a lot of feels. Like, I have perhaps too many feels. These are the rules from the original challenge that @Goyo made:
1) Pick 5 scenes.
2) Any scenes from any type of animated movie or show. Foreign or domestic.
3) Find videos or pics of that scene.
4) Bawl like a baby remembering.
5) Tag 5 people (only 5!) who NEED to do this!

Be aware: there are spoilers ahead!

"You Have Saved Us All"

To be perfectly honest, I'm basically a sobbing mess for most of this movie. But this moment really gets to me. Just hearing the music is enough to give me this swell of overwhelming pride. Mulan has been struggling the whole movie, and she's expecting once again to be reprimanded. And instead, she finally gets the honor that she deserves.

"I'm not afraid anymore!"

I saw this when I was pretty young, and it really made an impression on me. Serena went from someone scared and insecure, to someone brave, surrounded by friends that love her. They all rely on each other, and fight with love. It's so beautiful and empowering and the more I think about it the more I sob.


This scene is so horrifying. The way the crowd so easily slides from celebration to cruelty is unfortunately a very realistic depiction of human behavior. It can be very difficult to be the first person to stand up, even when someone is crying out for help. Even Phoebus THE KNIGHT and arguably the most qualified person to protect Quasimodo pauses and ultimately doesn't help. Esmeralda is brave enough to do so, despite the sway of the crowd and the personal risk. She's a true role model.

Tokyo Godfathers

This is sort of where I start laugh-crying in this movie. It's about three homeless people who find a baby dumped in the garbage. It turns out that the baby was stolen by a woman who's lost touch with reality. She abandoned the baby, and then got it back. It's a really funny, heartwarming Christmas movie, I promise.

Return of the Joker

Who on earth thought that this was appropriate for children? Robin gets abducted and tortured by the Joker. THIS IS SO MESSED UP. I'm pretty sure I'm forever going to be traumatized by this movie.

Plus... one bonus scene.

Sorry @Goyo there were just too many feels. So here's one scene that's just beautiful to watch. No feel attached, just amusement. And some art design that will remind you of M.C. Escher!
For this challenge: I'm tagging @hikaymm @Luci546 @InPlainSight @caitlind9898 and @tardisdragon7 ^_^ don't forget to tag me in your card so I can see what scenes you picked!
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@RosePark OH NO!!!! Fun fact: I saw the Lion King with my grandma in the theater (I was really little... maybe 4) and she was really scared and I turned to her and whispered "grandma it's only a movie" haha. The sadness didn't hit me until I was older
@shannonl5 awww you meanie! lol As for me it hit me hard and it still does.
Hahaha @RosePark I was a really weird child. My level of emotional detachment was much higher than it is now XD
That Esmerelda scene!!!! AHHHH I totally haven't watched that movie in probably years, I need to rewatch it! I'll definitely do this tomorrow when I'm properly awake :) THanks for tagging me. I'm getting ready for the feels hahaha
@hikaymm YOU SHOULD. That movie is AMAZING. It's one of the last Disney movies that has hand-drawn animation. I'm excited (and terrified) to see what you and @Luci546 @InPlainSight @caitlind9898 and @tardisdragon7 do!