History Disney / LiloAndStitch

21st Aug '17 9:26:46 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* NameAndName: The name of the film and the franchise that spawned from it.

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* NameAndName: The name of the film and the franchise that spawned from it.it is probably one of the most famous examples of this trope. A poster from the second Blu-ray release even provides the page image.
15th Aug '17 10:23:17 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* GreyAndGrayMorality: Rather unusually for a Disney film, there are no straightforwardly evil characters. Gantu is a jerk, but he ''is'' also a law enforcement officer pursuing a dangerous criminal. Cobra Bubbles is [[ScaryBlackMan sinister,]] but also genuinely concerned for Lilo's wellbeing. The Grand Councilwoman fulfills the ''role'' of a BigBad (in terms of sending her [[TheDragon lieutenant Gantu]] to Earth to hunt down the protagonist), but in terms of personality she's closer to a ReasonableAuthorityFigure. The most straightforwardly dislikable characters in the movie are [[HateSink Myrtle and her friends.]]

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* GreyAndGrayMorality: Rather unusually for a Disney film, there are no straightforwardly evil characters. Gantu is a jerk, but he ''is'' also a law enforcement officer pursuing a dangerous criminal. Cobra Bubbles is [[ScaryBlackMan sinister,]] but also genuinely concerned for Lilo's wellbeing. The Grand Councilwoman fulfills the ''role'' of a BigBad (in terms of sending her [[TheDragon lieutenant Gantu]] to Earth to hunt down the protagonist), but in terms of personality she's closer to a ReasonableAuthorityFigure. The most straightforwardly dislikable characters in the movie are [[HateSink Myrtle Mertle and her friends.]]
15th Aug '17 10:07:16 PM smasll_lordvoice
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* GreyAndGrayMorality: Rather unusually for a Disney film, there are no straightforwardly evil characters. Gantu is a jerk, but he ''is'' also a law enforcement officer pursuing a dangerous criminal. Cobra Bubbles is [[ScaryBlackMan sinister,]] but also genuinely concerned for Lilo's wellbeing. The Grand Councilwoman fulfills the ''role'' of a BigBad (in terms of sending her [[TheDragon lieutenant Gantu]] to Earth to hunt down the protagonist), but in terms of personality she's closer to a ReasonableAuthorityFigure. The most straightforwardly dislikable characters in the movie are [[HateSink Myrtle and her friends.]]
13th Aug '17 8:37:41 AM Eievie
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** Mrs. Hasagawa appears to be one, as after Nani tells her she is there to answer Hasagawa's newspaper ad, Hasagawa says she can't talk now, as she is waiting for someone to answer her ad. [[CaptainObvious The reason Nani's there in the first place.]]
** CloudCuckoolandersMinder: Nani to Lilo. When Social Services threatens to separate them, she explains that she's the only one who can understand Lilo's actions.

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** Mrs. Hasagawa appears to be one, as after Nani tells her she is there to answer Hasagawa's newspaper ad, Hasagawa says she can't talk now, as she is waiting for someone to answer her ad. [[CaptainObvious The reason Nani's there in the first place.]]
]] Mrs. Hasagawa is a ScatterbrainedSenior.
** CloudCuckoolandersMinder: Nani to Lilo. When Social Services threatens to separate them, she explains that she's Lilo.
--->'''Nani''': No, you're not taking her! I'm
the only one who can understand Lilo's actions.understands her! You take that away she won't stand a chance!
13th Aug '17 8:30:30 AM Eievie
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-->"I would ''never'' '''ever'''" ''(Stitch is presented as evidence)'' "[[{{Foreshadowing}} ...make more than one!]]"

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-->"I -->'''Jumba''': I would ''never'' '''ever'''" '''ever''' ''(Stitch is presented as evidence)'' "[[{{Foreshadowing}} ...[[{{Foreshadowing}} ...make more than one!]]"one!]]



-->[[spoiler:"Saved the planet once: convinced an alien race that mosquitoes were an endangered species."]]

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-->[[spoiler:"Saved -->'''Cobra'''': [[spoiler:Saved the planet once: convinced an alien race that mosquitoes were an endangered species."]]]]



-->"I prefer to be called '''evil genius!'''"

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-->"I -->'''Jumba''': I prefer to be called '''evil genius!'''"genius!'''
8th Aug '17 11:48:16 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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** Originally Stitch's numerical designation was going to be 666, the number most commonly associated with Satan, but ExecutiveMeddling forced them to scrap the idea. Instead it was replaced with 626 (meaning "6 and two 6's") as an acceptable alternative.
** In the beginning of the film when the Grand Councilwoman asks Stitch to say something good. He then proceeds to yell something which cause some aliens to faint, some throw up, and the Grand Councilwoman yell "How rude!" in response. It's implied he was saying a heavy cuss word in an alien-esque language.

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** Originally Stitch's numerical designation was going to be 666, the [[NumberOfTheBeast number most commonly associated with Satan, Satan]], but ExecutiveMeddling forced them to scrap the idea. Instead it was replaced with 626 (meaning "6 and two 6's") as an acceptable alternative.
** In the beginning of the film when the Grand Councilwoman asks Stitch to say something good. He then proceeds to yell something which cause some aliens to faint, some throw up, and the Grand Councilwoman yell "How rude!" in response. It's implied he was saying a heavy cuss word [[PardonMyKlingon in an alien-esque language.language]].
30th Jul '17 8:53:15 PM RisefromYourGrave
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Entry #42 in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, this 2002 traditionally-animated [[ScienceFiction sci-fi]] [[{{Dramedy}} comedy-drama]] film was both critically and commercially acclaimed, a rarity for Disney's animated films during the time between the Disney Renaissance and the Disney Revival.[[note]]That's between the releases of ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' (1999) and ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' (2009).[[/note]] Set mainly in the lush UsefulNotes/{{Hawaii}}an island of Kauai, this movie was a significant breakaway for Disney on many counts, including an unconventional protagonist, [[IncrediblyLamePun "inter-STITCH-al"]] {{crossover}} trailers, the lack of either romance troubles or a real villain and the score drawn from home-grown Hawaiian songs and artists -- and, of course, Music/ElvisPresley. Unlike other Disney animated films, Disney was hands-off the creative development and did not interfere with the story: director Creator/ChrisSanders wanted the film to reflect his own drawing style, and he wrote the entire draft along with his directing partner Dean [=DeBlois=].

[[ConvenientlyAnOrphan Recent orphans of a car accident]], sisters Nani and Lilo Pelekai are practically alone in the world except for each other. [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Lilo, often lost in her own world]], neither understands nor is understood by her hula classmates. Nani loves her little sister, but [[PromotionToParent the stress of responsibility]] makes her a bit short-tempered and resentful. Unbeknownst to them, Dr. Jumba Jookiba, [[MadScientist the maddest scientist to splice genetics this side of the Milky Way]], stands trial for having created, illegally, a new life form (actually 626 life forms, but it is the 626th that we're concerned with). Experiment 626 ("six-two-six") has a vast capacity for knowledge, spectacular combat abilities, and a programmed instinct to destroy anything he comes across. Escaping from the United Galactic Federation, 626 takes a shortcut to the closest planet, which is 70% water (important because he is too dense to swim or float) -- and miraculously lands on the bitty Hawaiian archipelago in the middle of the Pacific, crashing on the island of Kauai. He adopts Lilo as readily as Lilo adopts him. However, while Lilo wants a companion, Stitch, as she named the alien, wants a human shield to deter Dr. Jumba, who is hot on his trail with the help of the neurotic Agent Pleakley. Stitch [[BecomingTheMask inadvertently learns]] the meaning of ''[='=]ohana'': "''[='=]Ohana'' means ''family''. ''Family'' means, [[NoOneGetsLeftBehind nobody gets left behind or forgotten]]." In other words, TrueCompanions.

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Entry #42 in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, this 2002 traditionally-animated [[ScienceFiction sci-fi]] [[{{Dramedy}} comedy-drama]] film was both critically and commercially acclaimed, a rarity for Disney's animated films during the time between the Disney Renaissance and the Disney Revival.[[note]]That's between the releases of ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' (1999) and ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' (2009).[[/note]] Set mainly in the lush UsefulNotes/{{Hawaii}}an island of Kauai, this movie was a significant breakaway for Disney on many counts, including an unconventional protagonist, [[IncrediblyLamePun "inter-STITCH-al"]] {{crossover}} trailers, the lack of either romance troubles or a real villain villain, and the score drawn from home-grown Hawaiian songs and artists -- and, of course, Music/ElvisPresley. Unlike other Disney animated films, Disney was hands-off the creative development and did not interfere with the story: director Creator/ChrisSanders wanted the film to reflect his own drawing style, and he style. He wrote the entire draft along with his directing partner Dean [=DeBlois=].

[=DeBlois=] and even voiced the protagonist Stitch -- a character he originally created back in 1985 for a failed children's book pitch -- himself.

[[ConvenientlyAnOrphan Recent orphans of a car accident]], sisters Nani (voiced by Tia Carrere) and Lilo Pelekai (Creator/DaveighChase) are practically alone in the world except for each other. [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Lilo, often lost in her own world]], neither understands nor is understood by her hula classmates. Nani loves her little sister, but [[PromotionToParent the stress of responsibility]] makes her a bit short-tempered and resentful. Unbeknownst to them, Dr. Jumba Jookiba, Jookiba (David Ogden Stiers), [[MadScientist the maddest scientist to splice genetics this side of the Milky Way]], stands trial for having created, illegally, a new life form (actually [[Characters/LiloAndStitchExperiments 626 life forms, forms]], but it is the 626th that we're concerned with). Experiment 626 ("six-two-six") has a vast capacity for knowledge, spectacular combat abilities, and a programmed instinct to destroy anything he comes across. Escaping from the United Galactic Federation, 626 takes a shortcut to the closest planet, which is 70% water (important because he is too dense to swim or float) -- and miraculously lands on the bitty Hawaiian archipelago in the middle of the Pacific, crashing on the island of Kauai. He adopts Lilo as readily as Lilo adopts him. However, while Lilo wants a companion, Stitch, as she named the alien, wants a human shield to deter Dr. Jumba, who is hot on his trail with the help of the neurotic Agent Pleakley.Pleakley ([[Series/TheKidsInTheHall Kevin McDonald]]). Stitch [[BecomingTheMask inadvertently learns]] the meaning of ''[='=]ohana'': "''[='=]Ohana'' means ''family''. ''Family'' means, [[NoOneGetsLeftBehind nobody gets left behind or forgotten]]." In other words, TrueCompanions.
29th Jul '17 12:06:14 AM RisefromYourGrave
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* GatlingGood: The two genetically locked PlasmaCannons in Stitch's cell each have five rotating barrels, although they seem to be capable of shooting all their barrels at once. The red police cruiser also has one.

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* GatlingGood: The two genetically locked PlasmaCannons {{Plasma Cannon}}s in Stitch's cell each have five rotating barrels, although they seem to be capable of shooting all their barrels at once. The red police cruiser also has one.



* GlassesPull: Bubbles has shades on for most of the first visit, even while indoors, but takes them off towards the end when he tells Nani, "I am the one they call when things go wrong. And things have indeed gone wrong."

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Bubbles has shades on for most of the first visit, even while indoors, but takes them off towards the end when he tells Nani, "I am the one they call when things go wrong. And things have indeed gone wrong."
28th Jul '17 6:35:45 PM Omnigeek6
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** He does it again when talking to the Grand Councilwoman at the end.
28th Jul '17 6:32:58 PM Omnigeek6
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** The inversion is then subverted. While Stitch throws books and volleyballs at some of the human characters, and tosses one tourist into the air, he's surprisingly gentle for a creature of his strength, and lets Lilo and Nani manhandle him with no more than a token effort to get away. The main targets of his destructive abilities are inanimate objects or other aliens (who provoke him by attempting to capture or kill him). In the PhotoMontage end credits, he's seen calmly shading a sea turtle with a palm frond and reading to a family of ducklings.
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