History Headscratchers / LiloAndStitch

27th Sep '16 7:36:00 PM ivantmyburd
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*** She has to ask an "expert" if humans are intelligent. And then we find out she's met humans in person. It doesn't add up, and may be evidence that Cobra having met aliens before was pretty much thrown in last minute.
1st Sep '16 8:10:18 AM Twoeyesshort
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*** Even assuming these experiments were released on their own, without Jumba or someone directing them, they could still cause untold damage. Hunkahunka can make people infatuated with each other... what happens when this infatuation isn't one-way, or mutual, but set up to be three-or-more way, and if it overrides normal morals and ethics? [[LoveMakesYouEvil Bad]] [[MurderTheHypotenuse things]] [[IfICantHaveYou can]] [[StalkerWithACrush happen.]] Now imagine this happening on a large scale, with seemingly no cause, and you have massive amounts of ParanoiaFuel. As for Mopholomew, shape-shifting gives him literally infinite applicability, especially if he decides to KillAndReplace or if it comes with a built-in HealingFactor.
6th Aug '16 6:35:46 AM Keniko
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* At the part in the movie where Lilo's house gets on fire, then Nani sees the fire engine heading toward their house and she says: "Don't turn left." Is her house the only one on the left of the grocery store?

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* At the part in the movie where Lilo's house gets on catches fire, then Nani sees the fire engine heading toward their house and she says: "Don't turn left." Is her house the only one on the left of the grocery store?
4th Aug '16 11:03:16 PM Smiling-Wolf
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** I always read the scene as Stitch smashing the glass to skip a step (opening the panel) which may actually require external clearance from the designated carrier vessel or even just may require that the nav system be fully engaged (it says it isn't and warns against engaging the drive).
26th Jul '16 6:35:33 PM RisefromYourGrave
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** You've probably watched a made-for-TV cut of the film, [[http://www.movie-censorship.com/report.php?ID=4868 most likely one made for the UK.]] In the original release of the film, after Nani leaned against the doorframe, she heard a metallic sound, and Nani knew exactly where Lilo was hiding. She went into the laundry room, spread out a blanket in front of the dryer, climbed on top of the appliance, and then opened and closed the door to make Lilo think that her older sister was starting to look for her outside. Lilo came out of the dryer and looked side-to-side to see if the coast was clear. Once Lilo got out of the dryer and stood on the blanket, Nani sneaked off the dryer and wrapped Lilo with the blanket. The BBFC didn't like that scene as they believed that this would lead to children trying to hide in dryers, and demanded that the scene be changed for the U rating. The dryer was changed to an odd cupboard with a pizza box for a door. TV edits for the film would later remove the scene outright, hence why the odd transition in the edit you saw.

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** You've probably watched a made-for-TV cut of the film, [[http://www.movie-censorship.com/report.php?ID=4868 most likely one made for the UK.]] In the original release of the film, after Nani leaned against the doorframe, she heard a metallic sound, and Nani knew exactly where Lilo was hiding. She went into the laundry room, spread out a blanket in front of the dryer, climbed on top of the appliance, and then opened and closed the door to make Lilo think that her older sister was starting to look for her outside. Lilo came out of the dryer and looked side-to-side to see if the coast was clear. Once Lilo got out of the dryer and stood on the blanket, Nani sneaked off the dryer and wrapped Lilo with the blanket. The BBFC didn't like that scene as they believed that this would lead to children trying to hide in dryers, and demanded that the scene be changed for the U rating. The dryer was changed to an odd cupboard with a pizza box for a door.door for the UK version. TV edits for the film would later remove the scene outright, hence why the odd transition in the edit you saw.
26th Jul '16 6:35:08 PM RisefromYourGrave
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** You've probably watched a made-for-TV cut of the film, [[http://www.movie-censorship.com/report.php?ID=4868 most likely one made for the UK.]] In the original release of the film, after Nani leaned against the doorframe, she heard a metallic sound, and Nani knew exactly where Lilo was hiding. She went into the laundry room, spread out a blanket in front of the dryer, climbed on top of the appliance, and then opened and closed the door to make Lilo think that her older sister was starting to look for her outside. Lilo came out of the dryer and looked to side to see if the coast was clear. Once she got out of the dryer and stood on the blanket, Nani sneaked off the dryer, and wrapped Lilo with the blanket. The BBFC didn't like that scene as they believed that this would lead to children trying to hide in dryers, and demanded that the scene be changed for the U rating. The dryer was changed to an odd cupboard with a pizza box for a door. TV edits for the film would later remove the scene outright, hence why the odd transition in the edit you saw.

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** You've probably watched a made-for-TV cut of the film, [[http://www.movie-censorship.com/report.php?ID=4868 most likely one made for the UK.]] In the original release of the film, after Nani leaned against the doorframe, she heard a metallic sound, and Nani knew exactly where Lilo was hiding. She went into the laundry room, spread out a blanket in front of the dryer, climbed on top of the appliance, and then opened and closed the door to make Lilo think that her older sister was starting to look for her outside. Lilo came out of the dryer and looked to side side-to-side to see if the coast was clear. Once she Lilo got out of the dryer and stood on the blanket, Nani sneaked off the dryer, dryer and wrapped Lilo with the blanket. The BBFC didn't like that scene as they believed that this would lead to children trying to hide in dryers, and demanded that the scene be changed for the U rating. The dryer was changed to an odd cupboard with a pizza box for a door. TV edits for the film would later remove the scene outright, hence why the odd transition in the edit you saw.
26th Jul '16 6:33:53 PM RisefromYourGrave
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** I doubt that Jumba created all 626 experiments using the same batch of DNA, and if the "Ugly Duckling" scene from the first film is any indication, while he may know that Jumba ''created'' him, neither of the two seem to consider the other as his "father" or "son", nessecarily. It's something like with the demigods in the ''Percy Jackson'' series - they're all related to each other technically, but it's in some convoluted way - and the gods don't have DNA, anyway - so when they do refer to this relation, they just call each other cousins while still having relationships.

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** I doubt that Jumba created all 626 experiments using the same batch of DNA, and if the "Ugly Duckling" scene from the first film is any indication, while he may know that Jumba ''created'' him, neither of the two seem to consider the other as his "father" or "son", nessecarily.necessarily. It's something like with the demigods in the ''Percy Jackson'' series - they're all related to each other technically, but it's in some convoluted way - and the gods don't have DNA, anyway - so when they do refer to this relation, they just call each other cousins while still having relationships.



** It's possible that sometime offscreen during his stakeout, Jumba happened upon the song and took a shine to it.

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** It's possible that sometime offscreen off-screen during his stakeout, Jumba happened upon the song and took a shine to it.



** Wasn't Jumba there throughout most of the montage of Lilo trying to teach Stitch to be a "model citizen", during which she played a whoole bunch of Elvis's songs? Maybe he heard it then.
* During the scene after Bubbles leaves and Nani is chasing Lilo throughout the house, at one point she loses her, is shown frowning and leaning against the doorframe, and then the screen fades to black. When it comes back, Nani has inexplicably bundled Lilo in a blanket, leading to their argument. Why was there a cut there? Why didn't the movie show where Lilo was hiding?

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** Wasn't Jumba there throughout most of the montage of Lilo trying to teach Stitch to be a "model citizen", during which she played a whoole whole bunch of Elvis's songs? Maybe he heard it then.
* During the scene after Bubbles leaves and Nani is chasing Lilo throughout the house, at one point she loses her, is shown frowning and leaning against the doorframe, and then the screen fades to black. When it comes back, Nani has inexplicably bundled Lilo in a blanket, leading to their argument. Why was there a cut there? Why didn't the movie show where Lilo was hiding?hiding?
** You've probably watched a made-for-TV cut of the film, [[http://www.movie-censorship.com/report.php?ID=4868 most likely one made for the UK.]] In the original release of the film, after Nani leaned against the doorframe, she heard a metallic sound, and Nani knew exactly where Lilo was hiding. She went into the laundry room, spread out a blanket in front of the dryer, climbed on top of the appliance, and then opened and closed the door to make Lilo think that her older sister was starting to look for her outside. Lilo came out of the dryer and looked to side to see if the coast was clear. Once she got out of the dryer and stood on the blanket, Nani sneaked off the dryer, and wrapped Lilo with the blanket. The BBFC didn't like that scene as they believed that this would lead to children trying to hide in dryers, and demanded that the scene be changed for the U rating. The dryer was changed to an odd cupboard with a pizza box for a door. TV edits for the film would later remove the scene outright, hence why the odd transition in the edit you saw.
19th Jul '16 11:02:42 AM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** Wasn't Jumba there throughout most of the montage of Lilo trying to teach Stitch to be a "model citizen", during which she played a whoole bunch of Elvis's songs? Maybe he heard it then.

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** Wasn't Jumba there throughout most of the montage of Lilo trying to teach Stitch to be a "model citizen", during which she played a whoole bunch of Elvis's songs? Maybe he heard it then.then.
* During the scene after Bubbles leaves and Nani is chasing Lilo throughout the house, at one point she loses her, is shown frowning and leaning against the doorframe, and then the screen fades to black. When it comes back, Nani has inexplicably bundled Lilo in a blanket, leading to their argument. Why was there a cut there? Why didn't the movie show where Lilo was hiding?
7th May '16 11:13:15 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** What I'm asking is, what was going to happen to Lilo after Gantu returned to base? The councilwoman realizes Stitch escaped from him, sees that Lilo was brought along...and what would she do about her? Gassing a planet to kill a condemned LivingWeapon is one thing, but killing a single child just because she got roped in by accident? I can't see even the councilwoman being so cruel.
28th Apr '16 4:05:38 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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*** Or, since Jumba had to get the genetic material for his experiments pre-movie, he spent a lot of time visiting different planets and Earth was one of them?

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*** Or, since Jumba had to get the genetic material for his experiments pre-movie, he spent a lot of time visiting different planets and Earth was one of them?them?
** Wasn't Jumba there throughout most of the montage of Lilo trying to teach Stitch to be a "model citizen", during which she played a whoole bunch of Elvis's songs? Maybe he heard it then.
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