I'm a 20-year-old theater major, my emphasis is in props and scenic design. I take things day by day. I have an addiction to Harry Potter, Tangled, The Amazing Spider-man, black and white movies, anything theater or design related. My hope is to become a Disney Imagineer. I'm in love with that one guy who is the exception to all my rules. Even though I'm still figuring out who I am, what I want, and where I'm going, I wouldn't trade my life for anything.
every episode of scooby doo
guy: something spooky's happening
fred: k we'll come check it out
fred: daphne, velma come with me
daphne: lol okei
shaggy: but scooby and i are terrified of everything why do you always fucking send us off alone
velma: shut up you two
shaggy and scooby: *run into monster*
shaggy: *oblivious to everything*
*the monster chases them accompanied by fun music: part 1*
shaggy and scooby: *meet up with fred, velma, and daphne*
fred: what happened?
velma: uh oh
*the monster chases them accompanied by fun music: part 2*
*they run into one room and come out of another one, i don't fucking know how that's possible*
velma: my glasses! i lost my glasses!
monster: *picks up velma's glasses and hands them to her*
velma: thanks. ....JINKIES!
*the monster chases them accompanied by fun music: part 3*
monster: whoops i tripped
scooby: i captured you
*they pull the monster's mask off*
fred: oh look it's the suspicious guy we met at the beginning of the episode who was super suspicious and greedy and he wanted money
suspicious guy: and i would've gotten away with it too if it weren't for you meddling kids and your dumb dog
scooby: ROOBY ROOBY ROO
Potentially unpopular opinion? I actually liked that they took out Eponine and replaced her with the Bishop. In the stage musical I felt that they used Eponine more for the audience than for Valjean, which is fine! But film allows for a bit more intimacy and the audience experience isn’t the same as it is during a stage production. The Bishop makes more sense for VALJEAN (he barely knew Eponine), and I felt it really worked.
I definitely agree. The MOMENT that the Bishop walked out on screen, I just started sobbing. it was so very poignant.
maybe this is just me, but the fact that the Bishop is played by the original Jean Valjean makes this part even more beautiful.
Everything has come full circle, and the past can now rest.
Or something poetic of that ilk.