when your pretend boyfriend, who you secretly have feelings for, starts checking out the naked crazy person in the elevator
i love this blooper
How YOU doin?
The Big Chop
And this was my stylist
Holy fuck. I never really understood how they caught birds before, I assumed they had to sneak up on them.
How was this even caught on camera?
well i assume they set a camera up and then recorded it happening
“Jack, look out!”
this scene always fascinated me
Jack is about to block with his hand, when he could’ve on instinct blocked with his staff which would’ve made the block more affective, but he uses his HAND
and the sorrowful look on his face in the second picture shows how he knows Pitch won’t show him mercy.
is this a little guilt I see in jack from their.. interaction and conversation at the South Pole(Antarctica)?
this is so sad and amazing to me at the same time. Jack should’ve, by all his instincts, used his staff to defend himself. he always has. throughut the movie it is his go-to for defense and offense.
but here, he doesn’t use it. at all. it’s limp in front of him, and he uses what I am assuming his weaker arm to defend himself, but even then, he’s not moving out of the way. he’s not trying to duck, he’s bracing himself. he’s curling in and getting ready for the blow.
and part of me wonders if he thinks he deserved it. that yeah siding with Pitch would’ve been the wrong thing, but just how right of it was him to push away (what he knew at the time) the one person who knew what it was like to be alone?
the other part of me sees Jack seeing Pitch completely give up on his hopes of joining him, and the pure hatred scares Jack because it truly is a 360 from what happened in Antarctica, and who knows, he may have been hoping to at least make amends with Pitch later on
((It’s not only surprising that Jack chose to block with his arm, but also that he refused to even move from where he stood. One thing that earlier scenes made abundantly clear is that Jack is an agile, parkour master. He should have EASILY been able to leap out f the way of that attack, especially with how long it took Pitch to swing that scythe. Again, it begs the question of why he would falter.))
((Or maybe the story was coming to a conclusion and during the climax of the movie, they wanted the Sandman to come back with a big scene and this was the most suitable one?
I’m all for reading into characters actions and all, but sometimes it’s also just plot device. Even if Jack had sympathized with Pitch, even after he knew he screwed up with the Guardians, he would have never sided with him on that level. Regardless of how bad Jack had it, he’s a Guardian at heart and wants nothing but the safety and happiness of the children which is ultimately the opposite of what Pitch wants.
If there was a sliver of what was Kozmotis left in Pitch, I’m sure he would have reached for it. But this proves, if anything that this is purely Pitch Black and there’s no redemption for him.
This scene was to further escalate how dangerous Pitch is and how he would stop at nothing to get what he wants. He destroyed the sandman and now he will destroy the Moon’s trump card, which is Jack. This point is what makes the Sandmans reappearance so welcoming because we, as an audience, think Jack’s not gonna be okay and we know this because we see it in the Guardians faces as well as in Pitchs triumphant grin.))