I love to read books (I am a literary woman),I'm a cat lover; and also...I am autistic (but and I'm damn proud of it). And as for movies, I am an animation buff (mostly 2D), and do I love literary films (films based on books...especailly books I have).
Reading,Writing and World Mythology
Animation that I love:
Gulliver's Travels (1939),
Disney's Sleeping Beauty,
An American Tail,and...
Kung Fu Panda
I love the part where Wile E. lunges at Bugs and falls into the cauldron of water intended for the rabbit. And Wile E.'s eyes and nose peered out of the water to glare at Bugs during his: "Oh Father! You're stewed again!" I also love it when Wile E. mentions the "dynamite-in-the-carrot" idea, Bugs screams and Wile E. freaks, falls on his face, and then Bugs: "That it'd hurt." So anyway, this is another Bugs Bunny favorite.
I am sorry to said that I have nothing else to say about this cartoon, other than the animation is perfect. So anyway, I thought this is another Bugs Bunny favorite.
In this short, Tom was listening to the "Witching Hour," a ghost-story program on the radio, and being frightened by the horror story being told. Halfway into the story, the dramatics (hair standing on end, heart leaping into throat, icy chills on spine) begin happening to Tom . . . literally. And Jerry has been observing the whole thing and laughing to himself, thought he highen Tom fears by scaring him.
I love the ending, it was a little funny. And you know, this short is the first of four cartoons in which Tom attacks Mammy Two Shoes; the others being A Mouse in the House, Part Time Pal and Nit-Witty Kitty. And also This short is the first of twenty-five cartoons where Tom speaks too. So anyway, I love this short.
In this lumber-jack short, Popeye rescues Olive from the river, because Pierre Bluto threw her in for not liking her spinach. I love Popeye's reaction upon hearing what Olive said "Anyone who hates spinach is my emeny!" So Popeye challenges Pierre to lumber-jack man-off contest. I love Popeye's "I'll do anything that you do," in a sing-song way. Of course Popeye outdid Bluto in the competition, and then the two have a fist-fight while trying to keep their balance on logs floating down the river! Naturally Popeye has his can of spinach on him and wins in the end. Speaking of the ending, I thought it was funny that Popeye and Olive force-fed Bluto mouthfuls of spinach, and Bluto is bawling like a baby when they feed him.
Overall, I love this cartoon from beginning to end.
In this short, Popeye, Olive Oyl & Wimpy, are out for a picnic on the beach when they come upon a ghost ship. Of course, they climb aboard the ship where the ghosts attack them; but thankfully Popeye brought his can of spinach along.
Like I had said I don't have any particular scene I like, because I love the whole cartoon. There is another good Popeye short for Halloween called "Ghosks is the Bunk" from 1939, where Popeye and Olive used invisible paint to pretend to be ghosts to scare Bluto because he was played scary trick on the pair in an old hotel.