Disney Meme | [3/10] Movies→ Lilo and Stitch (2002)" This is my family. I found it, all on my own. Is little, and broken, but still good. Yeah, still good.”
My friend made me watch this movie the other day and I believe I’ve found a new favorite Disney film. I can’t believe I refused to watch this as a child because I think if I had, it would’ve saved me from a lot of self hate and confusion. I love all the messages in this film. First, that friendship never discriminates against people who are different, and second that family doesn’t have to be the typical mother, father, son, daughter institution. I have two baby cousins who are dealing with a kind of family crisis because though they have a very strong family network on their mother’s side, their dad is a dangerously negative influence in their lives.I think seeing characters like Lilo find family and positive male figures such as David can really help children deal with trauma. I don’t know if the people who made this film were really thinking about the influence of movies on children, but I commend this film for how positive and beautiful it is, and I hope that this can play a small part in my cousin’s lives.
if anyone draws me anything ever
- im going to stare at it
- im going to grin like an idiot
- i dont care if you think its bad or not
- i love it
- i love you
people wHO SmiLE AT YO U WHEN U MAKE EYE CONTACT WI HT THEM ARE MY FAVORITE KIND OF PEOPLE
So today this happened
And I couldn’t stop myself from creating this
where am I going in life
Remember how excited we were to be teenagers? Remember how excited we were to be miserable?
forever wondering what my language sounds like to people who can’t speak it
I run a chronic illness support group and after seeing the movie poster for a book that hit very close to home for us all, the tag line “one sick love story” was very off putting. We had a discussion about what we felt was wrong with it, out of pure love for the story and John Green of course, but this is what I came up with. It’s an important message to the not chronically ill nerdfighter community. It’s an important message to let other chronically ill nerdfighters that they are not alone. It’s an important message that we are all together in this literal heart and this book belongs to it’s readers. This is not one sick love story, this is a life story, it’s so much more.
Thank you for reading this. I send the whole internet my sincerest of love and hugs!
I gotta say, I don’t think the tagline does the story justice.