History Heartwarming / IntoTheWoods

17th Jun '15 10:45:22 AM Ciara25
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* In the open air production, during the reprise of ''Into the Woods'' during the finale of Act 2, in response to "the light is getting dimmer" the Baker sings "I think I see a glimmer" [[spoiler:while looking at the ghost of his wife, and she smiles back.]]
28th May '15 7:03:45 PM nombretomado
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* ''YouAreNotAlone. No one is alone...''

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* ''YouAreNotAlone. No one is alone...''''; where the characters sing about how sometimes people leave and you have to make your own decisions, but you're still not alone.



* [[GhostSong "No More"]].
* At the end, when Red Riding Hood and Jack ask the Baker if they can come live with him now, he tells them no. The two children both look upset, until the Baker finally gives in and says, "''Yes!'' Yes, of course you can live with me!"
* The Baker and the Baker's Wife's duet of "It Takes Two", where the Baker's Wife has realized that her husband ''can'' change, and the Baker realizes he needs his wife more than he ever knew.
-->''Safe at home with our beautiful prize, just the few of us...'



* In the film, when all is said and done, the danger has passed but [[spoiler:the Baker's Wife, Jack's mother, Red's mother, and presumably Red's granny are all dead, and Cinderella has broken up with her "prince charming," leaving her with no place to go. So what does the Baker do? Invites them all to live with him, Cinderella offering to help him take care of the house and children.]] Then the Baker begins to tell the story to his son, and Red and Jack sit down to listen, Cinderella sitting next to the baker. They may have lost so much, but you're content in the knowledge that these people have a family with each other.

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* In the film, [[Film/IntoTheWoods film]], when all is said and done, the danger has passed but [[spoiler:the Baker's Wife, Jack's mother, Red's mother, and presumably Red's granny are all dead, and Cinderella has broken up with her "prince charming," leaving her with no place to go. So what does the Baker do? Invites them all to live with him, Cinderella offering to help him take care of the house and children.]] Then the Baker begins to tell the story to his son, and Red and Jack sit down to listen, Cinderella sitting next to the baker. They may have lost so much, but you're content in the knowledge that these people have a family with each other.other.
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19th May '15 5:58:44 PM ZeldaQueen64
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** Similarly, there's the scene when Charming finds Cinderella at her stepfamily's house. Sure you could argue that he was just being insincerely charming, but the way he looks at Cinderella (who is dressed in rags and in the middle of her chores) before calling for the slipper is very sweet. It's believable that he had, in fact, recognized her in that moment.
19th Feb '15 3:12:12 PM AdelePotter
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--> Your ''hair''!....I like it.

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--> Your ''hair''!....-->"Your ''hair''! ...I like it."
** Rapunzel running towards the prince when she hears him calling her name, calling out for him, running across a snake-filled swamp in her bare feet without a second thought.
29th Jan '15 9:20:22 PM Seraphine
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** In the film, instead of trying to stop Red from stealing the bread, the Baker's Wife doesn't mind giving it to her for free because it shows how much she really wants a child.



* Hearing some of the [[CutSong cut songs]] playing as background music over the scenes they would have been in. Almost as if to say, "no matter what changes, some things will remain the same."

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* Hearing some of the [[CutSong cut songs]] {{cut song}}s playing as background music over the scenes they would have been in. Almost as if to say, "no matter what changes, some things will remain the same."



* During press interviews for the movie, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3ePY7-La6Q James Corden]] often joked that in a movie with witches and giants that the only unbelievable thing in the movie was that Emily Blunt's character would leave Corden for Chris Pine. After watching the youthful exuberance and the easy chemistry between the Baker and the Baker's wife in the song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bw1GCS1UigU It Takes Two]], it's hard not to agree with Corden.

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* During press interviews for the movie, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3ePY7-La6Q James Corden]] often joked that in a movie with witches and giants that the only unbelievable thing in the movie was that Emily Blunt's character would leave Corden for Chris Pine. After watching the youthful exuberance and the easy chemistry between the Baker and the Baker's wife in the song [[https://www."[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bw1GCS1UigU It Takes Two]], Two]]", it's hard not to agree with Corden.
24th Jan '15 8:45:35 PM animenutcase
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** It arguably becomes less heartwarming when you consider that, depending on one's personal interpretation, that he might not always love Cinderella persay, but instead, might always love the challenge that Cinderella represented: 'The girl that ran away.'

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** It arguably becomes less heartwarming when you consider that, depending on one's personal interpretation, that he might not always love Cinderella persay, per se, but instead, might always love the challenge that Cinderella represented: 'The girl that ran away.'
19th Jan '15 6:11:18 PM JTurner82
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* During press interviews for the movie, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3ePY7-La6Q James Corden]] often joked that in a movie with witches and giants that the only unbelievable thing in the movie was that Emily Blunt's character would leave Corden for Chris Pine. After watching the youthful exuberance and the easy chemistry between the Baker and the Baker's wife in the song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bw1GCS1UigU It Takes Two]], it's hard not agree with Corden.

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* During press interviews for the movie, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3ePY7-La6Q James Corden]] often joked that in a movie with witches and giants that the only unbelievable thing in the movie was that Emily Blunt's character would leave Corden for Chris Pine. After watching the youthful exuberance and the easy chemistry between the Baker and the Baker's wife in the song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bw1GCS1UigU It Takes Two]], it's hard not to agree with Corden.



* Cinderella's break-up with Prince Charming in the movie. Prince Charming had pursued Cinderella throughout film, to the point of being terrifying, and even tried to trap Cinderella in pitch. But the moment she gives him a good reason why she doesn't love him, he backs of. He silently accepts that she doesn't love him any more, apologizes for his behavior, wishes her the best of luck finding a better man then him, and rides away saying that he will always love her, even if he's not faithful to her.

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* Cinderella's break-up with Prince Charming in the movie. Prince Charming had pursued Cinderella throughout film, to the point of being terrifying, and even tried to trap Cinderella in pitch. But the moment she gives him a good reason why she doesn't love him, he backs of.off. He silently accepts that she doesn't love him any more, apologizes for his behavior, wishes her the best of luck finding a better man then him, and rides away saying that he will always love her, even if he's not faithful to her.
12th Jan '15 3:59:51 AM AdelePotter
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** It arguably becomes less heartwarming when you consider that, depending on one's personal interpretation, that he might not always love Cinderella persay, but instead, might always love the challenge that Cinderella represented: 'The girl that ran away.'

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** It arguably becomes less heartwarming when you consider that, depending on one's personal interpretation, that he might not always love Cinderella persay, but instead, might always love the challenge that Cinderella represented: 'The girl that ran away.''
* In the film, when all is said and done, the danger has passed but [[spoiler:the Baker's Wife, Jack's mother, Red's mother, and presumably Red's granny are all dead, and Cinderella has broken up with her "prince charming," leaving her with no place to go. So what does the Baker do? Invites them all to live with him, Cinderella offering to help him take care of the house and children.]] Then the Baker begins to tell the story to his son, and Red and Jack sit down to listen, Cinderella sitting next to the baker. They may have lost so much, but you're content in the knowledge that these people have a family with each other.
12th Jan '15 3:02:43 AM snaver
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* During press interviews for the movie, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3ePY7-La6Q James Corden]] often joked that in a movie with witches and giants that the only unbelievable thing in the movie was that Emily Blunt's character would leave Corden for Chris Pine. After watching the youthful exuberance and the easy chemistry between the Baker and the Baker's wife in the song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qizSpahbQ4Y It Takes Two]], it's hard not agree with Corden.

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* During press interviews for the movie, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3ePY7-La6Q James Corden]] often joked that in a movie with witches and giants that the only unbelievable thing in the movie was that Emily Blunt's character would leave Corden for Chris Pine. After watching the youthful exuberance and the easy chemistry between the Baker and the Baker's wife in the song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qizSpahbQ4Y com/watch?v=bw1GCS1UigU It Takes Two]], it's hard not agree with Corden.
4th Jan '15 8:38:16 PM kkhohoho
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* It arguably becomes less heartwarming when you consider that, depending on one's personal interpretation, that he might not always love Cinderella persay, but instead, might always love the challenge that Cinderella represented: 'The girl that ran away.'

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* ** It arguably becomes less heartwarming when you consider that, depending on one's personal interpretation, that he might not always love Cinderella persay, but instead, might always love the challenge that Cinderella represented: 'The girl that ran away.'
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