History Fridge / RiseOfTheGuardians

5th Jul '16 8:04:10 AM LiamXDin
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*** Which is also FridgeBrilliance. North is still wearing pretty outdated clothes, as is Bunny. Jack's more in tune with the times.

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*** Which is also FridgeBrilliance. North is still wearing pretty outdated clothes, as is Bunny. Jack's more in tune with the times. Of course, if North and the other Guardians don't have time for children, their whole reason for being, they probably don't have time to think about the latest fashions whilst Jack has had plenty of time. Still hasn't changed his pants though...
27th May '16 5:51:56 PM kundoo
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* GeniusBonus: North has a Russian accent. St. Nicholas is the patron saint of Moscow and is widely venerated in Russia.
23rd May '16 2:18:40 PM KimiFW
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** That's really just common folklore. The egg symbolizes beginning. Spring is the time when things grow after a cold winter. Easter is partially based on a pagan holiday with Christ's return later added to make it more Christian. Bunnymund is simply stating what real people have believed for centuries.
9th May '16 6:56:44 AM MordantBlackRose
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***You're thinking of the Blizzard of 1969, which was neither in 68, nor on Easter. As mentioned in a Fridge Brilliance comment earlier, Easter in 1968 was in April, Bunny was probably referring to 1868 when Easter was in March, and he might be over exaggerating the severity of the storm, or referring to a particularly bad snow storm as a blizzard, due to being from a much more temperate climate.
19th Apr '16 6:29:46 PM BirdSpell
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*** Even if they just turn back to what they were before they were chosen, judging from what we see in the flashback, several hours at least pass between Jack falling into the pond and being chosen by Manny. In other words, ''by the time he was chosen he was already dead.''
19th Apr '16 5:57:29 PM BirdSpell
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** Well, not always. But six-pointed snowflakes are definitely the most well-known.
16th Mar '16 8:17:41 AM Julia1984
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* [=DreamWorks=] had collaborated with Nickelodeon [[WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar at least once]] prior to this movie. Maybe the hero's resemblance to WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom isn't entirely a coincidence.
26th Feb '16 8:58:57 PM qazwsx
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** In a number of shots when Jack is positioned with his staff in front of him and the hood of his sweatshirt pulled up he [[TarotMotifs resembles]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hermit_%28Tarot_card%29 the Hermit]]. Aside from being a literal hermit (though [[HatesBeingAlone not by choice]]) in his isolation and [[InvisibleToNormals Invisibility to Normals]], he is the only one of the guardians to spend a great deal of time philosophizing and reflecting on [[ContemplateOurNavels the reason for his existence]], even going so far as to [[RageAgainstTheHeavens question why he was made what he was]], and is the first to realize and understand that the other guardians have strayed from their purpose by cutting themselves off from the very children they're protecting. Not only does he share his insight with the other Guardians, he becomes comfortable in his role as one by the end, "returning from isolation to share his knowledge with others", urges in his final narration to believe and trust in the moon, and bestows a boon in telling Jamie he is a guardian too and will be defending the Guardians, just as they defend the children.

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** * In a number of shots when Jack is positioned with his staff in front of him and the hood of his sweatshirt pulled up he [[TarotMotifs resembles]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hermit_%28Tarot_card%29 the Hermit]]. Aside from being a literal hermit (though [[HatesBeingAlone not by choice]]) in his isolation and [[InvisibleToNormals Invisibility to Normals]], he is the only one of the guardians to spend a great deal of time philosophizing and reflecting on [[ContemplateOurNavels the reason for his existence]], even going so far as to [[RageAgainstTheHeavens question why he was made what he was]], and is the first to realize and understand that the other guardians have strayed from their purpose by cutting themselves off from the very children they're protecting. Not only does he share his insight with the other Guardians, he becomes comfortable in his role as one by the end, "returning from isolation to share his knowledge with others", urges in his final narration to believe and trust in the moon, and bestows a boon in telling Jamie he is a guardian too and will be defending the Guardians, just as they defend the children.



* The subplot about teeth and memories and Jack finding out who he was with his teeth is genius when you consider the following: How do the authorities [[spoiler: identify dead bodies]]? With dental records! Forensic scientist can [[SherlockScan tell you all lot about a person based on their the state of their teeth]] - including [[spoiler: a probable cause of death.]]

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* The subplot about teeth and memories and Jack finding out who he was with his teeth is genius when you consider the following: How do the authorities [[spoiler: identify dead bodies]]? With dental records! Forensic scientist scientists can [[SherlockScan tell you all lot about a person based on their the state of their teeth]] - including [[spoiler: a probable cause of death.]]



** When the faries open all the teeth caskets(returning the memories) they all start believing again, instantaneously.
* Why would Bunnymund have something against the Groundhog? think about it, The Groundhog decides on when spring starts and winter ends. Everytime that rodent decides on three more weeks of winter, it must tick Bunnymund off.

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** When the faries faeries open all the teeth caskets(returning the memories) they all start believing again, instantaneously.
* Why would Bunnymund have something against the Groundhog? think about it, The Groundhog decides on when spring starts and winter ends. Everytime Every time that rodent decides on three more weeks of winter, it must tick Bunnymund off.
26th Dec '15 12:54:24 PM Fedorasarecool
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* Why is Sandy so muh more powerful than the other Gaurdians? Because people believe a lot of crazy stuff about dreams, not just kids.

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* Why is Sandy so muh much more powerful than the other Gaurdians? Guardians? Because people believe a lot of crazy stuff about dreams, not just kids.
26th Dec '15 12:54:01 PM Fedorasarecool
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* Why is Sandy so muh more powerful than the other Gaurdians? Because people believe a lot of crazy stuff about dreams, not just kids.
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