History Headscratchers / TitanicTheLegendGoesOn

11th Mar '18 7:26:33 PM mattthelurker
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* Because everyone else in the film is ripped from far better animated movies.
30th Jan '18 12:43:18 PM Tightwire
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* The song isn't just a BLAM - it's zero effort. It doesn't show musical skills because it's a pretty bad song too. It doesn't develop characters or tug at our emotions or add to the story. Since all but ten seconds of the animation is from other parts of the movie (The dog jigging about in a shirt and his paws clapping, used repeatedly), it isn't even being used because it cost too much to not use. The song lasts for about ninety seconds and for some reason it never occurred to anybody that it wasn't just a bad sequence, but was also unnecessary.

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* The song isn't just a BLAM BLAM. Sometimes bad things are left in movies because somebody paid a lot to make it, and by god they're going to use it. Or maybe they thought it was really good. Or clever. Or funny. Most of "Party Time" is mashed together from recycled animation - most of it from another song. The music is bad. It's poorly framed. Parts of it feel like it's from a whole other movie. It's completely zero effort. It doesn't show musical skills because it's a pretty bad song too. It doesn't develop characters or tug at our emotions or add to the story. Since all but ten seconds of the animation is from other parts of the movie (The dog jigging about in a shirt and his paws clapping, used repeatedly), it isn't even being used because it cost too much to not use. The song lasts for about ninety seconds and for At some reason it never occurred to anybody point, somebody should have realised that it wasn't just a bad sequence, but not only was also unnecessary.
the sequence bad, it was unnecessery. But they put it in anyway.
30th Jan '18 12:18:01 PM Tightwire
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* The song isn't just a BLAM - it's zero effort. It doesn't show musical skills because it's a pretty bad song too. It doesn't develop characters or tug at our emotions or add to the story. Since all but ten seconds of the animation is from other parts of the movie (The dog jigging about in a shirt and his paws clapping, used repeatedly), it isn't even being used because it cost too much to not use. The song lasts for about ninety seconds and for some reason it never occurred to anybody that it wasn't just a bad sequence, but was also unnecessary.
30th Jan '18 11:45:38 AM Tightwire
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They don't look or act especially similar, so the only real connection I can see are the hair color and name.

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They don't look or act especially similar, so the only real connection I can see are the hair color and name.name.

[[WMG: Why Mexican Mice?]]
The Titanic started its voyage in Southampton, and was headed for New York. Why would Mexican mice be on board? If they wanted to go to New York, why would they go to England to catch the ship there? Honestly, the only reason for their presence seems to be giving animators the opportunity for being more racially insensitive than Speedy Gonzales. What is the point of them?
27th Nov '17 3:06:15 PM Kahran042
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[[WMG: Why is the opening score backwards in the uncut version?]]

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[[WMG: Why do people think that this movie's Gaston is based on Disney's Gaston?]]
They don't look or act especially similar, so the only real connection I can see are the hair color and name.
15th Jul '17 3:36:08 PM arrgh
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** It's also one of the earliest and most blatantly obvious signs that this movie is, well, completely off tonally speaking.

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** * It's also one of the earliest and most blatantly obvious signs that this movie is, well, completely off tonally speaking.
* On top of that, it's easier for the layman to recognize as out-of-place - period-inappropriate dialogue and fashion is something that enthusiasts and historians pick up on easily, but to most viewers, time periods aren't that well defined beyond being 'in the past'. But rap is unmistakably modern (or from the 80's at the earliest), so even the most historically ignorant get what's wrong with that scene.
22nd Oct '16 11:36:56 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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[[WMG: Why is the opening score backwards in the uncut version?]]
* Easy, TheyJustDidntCare.

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[[WMG: Why is the opening score backwards in the uncut version?]]
* Easy, TheyJustDidntCare.
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18th May '16 2:23:28 AM Audrey_Who
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* Why the "Rapping Dog"? And, no, I don't mean "Why does it even exist in this film?". I know it's a BigLippedAlligatorMoment. What I mean is, why is it so many people focus on ''that'' particular scene in terms of historical innacuracy? I mean, the film itself is filled with AnachronismStew that it boils over. You've got dialogue that nobody would've used in 1912, clothing that nobody would've worn for decades, and so on and so forth. Yet, people always seem to focus on the "Rapping Dog". Is it really that hilariously out-of-place?
** Probably it's because ''everything'' about that sequence is just so out-of-place. The bad dialogue and anachronistic clothing are things that crop up in period pieces. A random, modern music video sequence? Not so much. Plus, the sequence fails all around. As the Nostalgia Critic put it, it would still be weird and out of nowhere even if the movie were set in modern times and the music was appropriate.
* Why is the opening score backwards in the uncut version?
** Easy, TheyJustDidntCare.

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* [[WMG: Why the "Rapping Dog"? Dog"?]]
And, no, I don't mean "Why does it even exist in this film?". I know it's a BigLippedAlligatorMoment. What I mean is, why is it so many people focus on ''that'' particular scene in terms of historical innacuracy? I mean, the film itself is filled with AnachronismStew that it boils over. You've got dialogue that nobody would've used in 1912, clothing that nobody would've worn for decades, and so on and so forth. Yet, people always seem to focus on the "Rapping Dog". Is it really that hilariously out-of-place?
** * Probably it's because ''everything'' about that sequence is just so out-of-place. The bad dialogue and anachronistic clothing are things that crop up in period pieces. A random, modern music video sequence? Not so much. Plus, the sequence fails all around. As the Nostalgia Critic put it, it would still be weird and out of nowhere even if the movie were set in modern times and the music was appropriate.
* ** It's also one of the earliest and most blatantly obvious signs that this movie is, well, completely off tonally speaking.

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Why is the opening score backwards in the uncut version?
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Easy, TheyJustDidntCare.
12th Dec '13 12:00:45 AM Sammettik
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* Why is the opening score backwards in the uncut version?

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* Why is the opening score backwards in the uncut version?version?
** Easy, TheyJustDidntCare.
22nd Jan '13 12:18:00 PM SuperLeviathan
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*** Given all the other DisneyAnimatedCanon ripoffs in this, the animators were likely trying to invoke TheGenieKnowsJackNicholson. But unlike the Genie in {{WesternAnimation/Aladdin}}, the dog isn't a magical being. Hell, he's not even fantastic like [[QuestForCamelot Devon and Cornwall]].
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