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Terminando de ver Spirit: El Corcel Indomable

Lo había buscado debido a que le había prometido a mis alumnos hace casi un mes que se las pondría, y comprobando que se viera y escuchara bien, me he pasado la última hora y media sufriendo, riendo y llorando por un caballo de tinta.

Seriamente Dreamworks, nos entregaste pedazos de películas como esta y el Principe de Egipto, con unos personajes tremendamente entrañables, escenarios impresionantes, animaciones que te dejaban boquiabierto y música fuera de serie… ¿es mucho pedir que vuelvas a abrirte a la animación 2D?

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heartcoma:

Metalbending and Firebending as different forms of healing other than Waterbending

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avatarparallels:


You can’t even heal me!

Obviously, Korra was speaking out of frustration of her current position of her inability to do anything by herself, which resulted to her giving a comment that was out of line to Katara.
What did Katara think during this moment?
She’s known to be the best waterbender in the world, but sometimes there are situations where her abilities weren’t enough to save the people she cares about. Did she think of the time Jet was dying but she was unable to save him? or how about 21 years ago when her husband’s health was failing because the years in the iceberg had drained his inherent life energy and she probably spent every day doing the best she could to save him but eventually he died. Or her brother who probably died in battle (My headcanon is Sokka died protecting 4-year old Korra from the Red Lotus) but she was too late? Lastly, when Korra came back from Republic City and lost her bending abilities and she couldn’t restore them, Did she feel like she failed Aang yet again? Thankfully, Korra realized her mistake for giving out this comment and Katara continues to be patient and encourages her to let all her anger out as she has dealt with the Avatar being frustrated before.

avatarparallels:

You can’t even heal me!

Obviously, Korra was speaking out of frustration of her current position of her inability to do anything by herself, which resulted to her giving a comment that was out of line to Katara.

What did Katara think during this moment?

She’s known to be the best waterbender in the world, but sometimes there are situations where her abilities weren’t enough to save the people she cares about. Did she think of the time Jet was dying but she was unable to save him? or how about 21 years ago when her husband’s health was failing because the years in the iceberg had drained his inherent life energy and she probably spent every day doing the best she could to save him but eventually he died. Or her brother who probably died in battle (My headcanon is Sokka died protecting 4-year old Korra from the Red Lotus) but she was too late? Lastly, when Korra came back from Republic City and lost her bending abilities and she couldn’t restore them, Did she feel like she failed Aang yet again? Thankfully, Korra realized her mistake for giving out this comment and Katara continues to be patient and encourages her to let all her anger out as she has dealt with the Avatar being frustrated before.

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Lets talk about Po for a minute.

godholdsmyheart15:

This is Po from Kung Fu Panda.image

He is literally an overweightimage

Fanboyimage

Who works at a fast food restaurantimage

With the worst luckimage

Everimage

And yet becomes

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This badassimage

Dragon Warrior
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Who still actsimage

Likeimage

Himselfimage

Who still hates hikingimage

And stairsimage

He uses his fatimage

To his advantageimage

And doesn’t let image

His tragic pastimage

Define himimage

This has been a Po appreciation post.

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jackthevulture:

Tell me these movies are just dumb comedies.  Tell me Po is just a stupid Panda.  Tell me.  I will fight you.

Kung Fu Panda is about a character with legitimate low self esteem issues who is mocked and ridiculed by the people he looks up to.  No matter how hard he trains, he doesn’t believe in himself until he discoverers that there is no “secret ingredient” that will make him great, because HE is what makes himself great. 

Po: There is no secret ingredient. It’s just you.