Wow. I just checked back on your blog and your "soon" phrases... Really, they messed up my mind for a moment. And it sounds sooo "mystic"! So I even had to re-consider if you really refer to the episdodes xD But just a quick question: is it more speculating and strong predictions? Or you also have some new, bigger "legit" proofs from your little birds?

Feelings and predictions. For one thing, the skipped XY episode actually DID get shown in the country where the disaster that got it postponed occurred. Japan will look foolish if they don’t adhere to their obligation to show episodes that got skipped over due to their own disaster now. Also, the second Mega Evolution special should be around the corner by October. The Iris special aired before the previous one, back in March, the month where the two-parter had been postponed, so what if the two-pater airs around the time that the Iris special got postponed?

sharkchunks:

disneypixar:

A trip down sensory lane.

Filmmakers take note- This five second scene not only fully describes a characters backstory, but the entire reason he acts the way he acts through the film, taking him from a villain to a sympathetic character and justifying a total reversal of his actions in the present. In five seconds, this movie does for the development of a character more than most movies do in two hours. This is why you should be studying Disney and Pixar along with Martin Scorsese and Stanley Kubrick, and ignoring professors and elitist students who deride them as “kids stuff.”

sharkchunks:

disneypixar:

A trip down sensory lane.

Filmmakers take note- This five second scene not only fully describes a characters backstory, but the entire reason he acts the way he acts through the film, taking him from a villain to a sympathetic character and justifying a total reversal of his actions in the present. In five seconds, this movie does for the development of a character more than most movies do in two hours. This is why you should be studying Disney and Pixar along with Martin Scorsese and Stanley Kubrick, and ignoring professors and elitist students who deride them as “kids stuff.”

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