One of my Christmas gifts to JoJo: the complete Pixar collection on Blu-Ray, in matching packaging I designed. I purchased each movie we didn’t already have, and transferred them to Criterion’s beautiful all-art, all-clear cases. The fronts, backs, spines, and insides of all 14 cases feature original Pixar development and concept art that I scavenged from various books n’ blogs and pieced together into designs that are hopefully a little more complimentary to the films than the character clipart Disney uses. Gonna make some little guidebooks for all of ‘em, with cast & crew info and bonus listings.
reblogging because i wanna do this with all my blu-rays
SHUT UP NO. HE’S PLAYING CUPID FOR HIS OWNER. HE’S LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO WOULD BE SUITABLE FOR HIS OWNER. DON’T TRY AND TURN THIS IN TO SOMETHING IT’S NOT. DON’T TELL ME WHEN YOU’RE LOOKING FOR A CRUSH, YOU DON’T LOOK OVER THEIR APPEARANCE. I’M NOT SAYING THAT THAT IS THE ONLY THING YOU LOOK AT, BUT IT PLAYS A PART IN CHOOSING. SO ENOUGH WITH YOUR NONSENSE.
I don’t understand how he’s ‘objectifying’ them. He’s not calling them fat or ugly or skinny or anything of the sort. He only makes mention of actual looks when he gets to Anita and Perdita.
Honestly, I’m all for equal rights for people of all groups and I’m against sexism and racism and all of that, but really, do we have to read into everything? First off, this has nothing to do with objectifying women, but even if it did at all, it’s a Disney movie, it was made in 1961. It’s not making dead baby or child-raping jokes. Get over it, though Pongo isn’t objectifying women. But again, unless it’s something absolutely horrible, can we please have a sense of humor? I really like this scene.
I’M GETTING REAL SICK AND TIRED ABOUT PEOPLE MAKING FAR FETCHED ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT DISNEY. HOW DO YOU GET FROM A DOG DECIDING A WONDERFUL GIRL FOR HIS OWNER TO HIM ‘OBJECTIFYING’ WOMEN. SCUSE YOU I DON’T THINK YOU WOULD PAIR UP A PARIS HILTON WITH AN ED SHEERAN OR A VAN GOGH WITH A SNOOKI. It’s Disney for crying out loud. ENJOY IT.