History MoralEventHorizon / AnimatedFilm

11th Aug '16 9:24:55 PM Loekman3
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** [[spoiler: Lotso]] crosses it in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' when he refuses to help Andy's toys survive the incinerator after [[UngratefulBastard they went out of their way to save his behind moments earlier.]]

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** [[spoiler: Lotso]] had already established himself as a dog-kicking machine as he tortures and corrupts the toys during the movie, but irrevocably crosses it the horizon in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' when he refuses to help Andy's toys survive the incinerator after [[UngratefulBastard they went out of their way to save his behind moments earlier.]]
earlier]]. He even mocks them with the remark "where's your kid now, sheriff?", complete with a mocking salute and evil smile. As a result, his LaserGuidedKarma of being trapped in a truck is well-deserved.
11th Aug '16 9:20:58 PM Loekman3
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** [[spoiler: Lotso]] crosses it in ''ToyStory3'' when he refuses to help Andy's toys survive the incinerator after [[UngratefulBastard they went out of their way to save his behind moments earlier.]]

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** [[spoiler: Lotso]] crosses it in ''ToyStory3'' ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' when he refuses to help Andy's toys survive the incinerator after [[UngratefulBastard they went out of their way to save his behind moments earlier.]]
17th Jul '16 7:38:13 AM Shadowgazer
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'', [[SinisterMinister Tzekel-kan]] shows he's willing to acs as accessory to the massacre of his own people to this with his attempted sacrifices and pressing requests towards the ''gods'' to let him purge the city of those that he considers sinners. Even arguing that presiding over a religious system that, while certainly unpleasant to both Miguel and Tulio's European perspective and the audience's modern-day one, [[DeliberateValuesDissonance would've seemed perfectly natural to a man of his time and culture]], one cannot ignore that he was the only one obsessed with enacting it even when the gods said no, or the fact that he sacrificed his own henchman, who if anything else, should not be considered disposable, according to his beliefs. And toward the end of the film when he agrees to lead the Conquistadors to the city and allow them to pillage it, not only to spite the Chief for banishing him, but also because their cruelty made them for him the desired gods, it becomes clear that he's genuinely evil no matter ''whose'' perspective you're coming from.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'', [[SinisterMinister Tzekel-kan]] shows he's that he is willing to acs act as accessory to the massacre of his own people to this with his attempted sacrifices and pressing requests towards the ''gods'' gods to let him purge the city of those that he considers sinners. Even arguing that presiding over a religious system that, while certainly unpleasant to both Miguel and Tulio's European perspective and the audience's modern-day one, [[DeliberateValuesDissonance would've seemed perfectly natural to a man of his time and culture]], one cannot ignore that he was the only one obsessed with enacting it even when the gods said no, denied his request, or the fact that he sacrificed his own henchman, who if anything else, should not be considered disposable, according to his beliefs. And toward the end of the film when he agrees to lead the Conquistadors to the city and allow them to pillage it, not only to spite the Chief for banishing him, but also because their cruelty made he them for him as the desired ideal gods, it becomes clear that he's genuinely evil no matter ''whose'' perspective you're coming from.
13th Jul '16 10:29:03 AM Shadowgazer
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'', [[SinisterMinister Tzekel-kan]] crosses toward the end of the film when he agrees to lead the Conquistadors to the city and allow them to pillage it, simply to spite the Chief for banishing him. Up until that point his only "crime" was presiding over a religious system that, while certainly unpleasant to both Miguel and Tulio's European perspective and the audience's modern-day one, [[DeliberateValuesDissonance would've seemed perfectly natural to a man of his time and culture]]. The moment he shows he's willing to acs as accessory to the massacre of his own people for a bit of {{revenge}}, however, it becomes clear that he's genuinely evil no matter ''whose'' perspective you're coming from.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'', [[SinisterMinister Tzekel-kan]] crosses toward shows he's willing to acs as accessory to the end massacre of his own people to this with his attempted sacrifices and pressing requests towards the film when he agrees ''gods'' to lead the Conquistadors to let him purge the city and allow them to pillage it, simply to spite the Chief for banishing him. Up until of those that point his only "crime" was he considers sinners. Even arguing that presiding over a religious system that, while certainly unpleasant to both Miguel and Tulio's European perspective and the audience's modern-day one, [[DeliberateValuesDissonance would've seemed perfectly natural to a man of his time and culture]]. The moment culture]], one cannot ignore that he shows he's willing to acs as accessory to was the massacre of only one obsessed with enacting it even when the gods said no, or the fact that he sacrificed his own people henchman, who if anything else, should not be considered disposable, according to his beliefs. And toward the end of the film when he agrees to lead the Conquistadors to the city and allow them to pillage it, not only to spite the Chief for a bit of {{revenge}}, however, banishing him, but also because their cruelty made them for him the desired gods, it becomes clear that he's genuinely evil no matter ''whose'' perspective you're coming from.
9th Jul '16 9:08:05 PM HamburgerTime
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'', [[SinisterMinister Tzekel-kan]] crosses toward the end of the film when he agrees to lead the Conquistadors to the city and allow them to pillage it, simply to spite the Chief for banishing him. Up until that point his only "crime" was presiding over a religious system that, while certainly unpleasant to both Miguel and Tulio's European perspective and the audience's modern-day one, [[DeliberateValuesDissonance would've seemed perfectly natural to a man of his time and culture]]. The moment he shows he's willing to acs as accessory to the massacre of his own people for a bit of {{revenge}}, however, it becomes clear that he's genuinely evil no matter ''whose'' perspective you're coming from.
6th Jul '16 5:50:38 AM Shadowgazer
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*** [[spoiler: Bellwether crosses it when she shoots Nick with the Nighthowler serum (which he thankfully switched out prior with blueberries) in an attempt to make him kill Judy. Considering how friendly and supportive Bellwether had been to Judy in all their previous encounters, it really drives home how twisted the little sheep really is and how far she'll go to get what she wants. Bonus points for her choosing to simply stand there and watch her ex-friend be eviscerated. And that is without going into her whole scheme, which involved transforming innocent citizens into mindless, feral beasts without any concern about their loved ones or the possible casualties that could be caused and planned to use them to turn the whole city against carnivores and who knows how far would she go in her steps against them?]]

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*** [[spoiler: Bellwether crosses it when she shoots Nick with the Nighthowler serum (which he thankfully switched out prior with blueberries) in an attempt to make him kill Judy. Considering how friendly and supportive Bellwether had been to Judy in all their previous encounters, it really drives home how twisted the little sheep really is and how far she'll go to get what she wants. Bonus points for her choosing to simply stand there and watch her ex-friend be eviscerated. And that is without going into her whole scheme, which involved transforming innocent citizens into mindless, feral beasts without any concern about their loved ones or the possible casualties that could be caused and planned to use them to turn the whole city against carnivores and who knows how far would she go in her steps against them?]]carnivores.]]
26th May '16 5:34:47 AM Wuz
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** In ''Disney/TheLionKing'', Scar (picked up) evidently crossed this by [[spoiler:murdering his brother Mufasa]]. It even seems, from Scar's facial expression at the edge of the cliff, that he realized there would be no going back once he did this, yet he did it anyway. Further evil actions (such as tricking Simba into blaming himself, or sending the hyenas after him) were done to get away with [[spoiler:murdering Mufasa]], which makes that the most likely candidate for MoralEventHorizon. When Simba finally tries to use the same words against Scar that ''he'' used against Simba ([[IronicEcho to "run away and never return"]]), instead of complying, proceeds to engage in an epic battle with Simba. But just before Simba and Scar battle, the latter foolishly blames the hyenas for everything, effectively sealing his fate when Simba leaves him to them.

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** In ''Disney/TheLionKing'', Scar (picked (pictured up) evidently crossed this by [[spoiler:murdering his brother Mufasa]]. It even seems, from Scar's facial expression at the edge of the cliff, that he realized there would be no going back once he did this, yet he did it anyway. Further evil actions (such as tricking Simba into blaming himself, or sending the hyenas after him) were done to get away with [[spoiler:murdering Mufasa]], which makes that the most likely candidate for MoralEventHorizon. When Simba finally tries to use the same words against Scar that ''he'' used against Simba ([[IronicEcho to "run away and never return"]]), instead of complying, proceeds to engage in an epic battle with Simba. But just before Simba and Scar battle, the latter foolishly blames the hyenas for everything, effectively sealing his fate when Simba leaves him to them.
10th Apr '16 9:44:15 PM Loekman3
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** At this point Tai Lung probably did not believe that Shifu was sincere (he'd just finished giving him a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown and was going to kill him--ergo, Shifu would say anything to save himself) and was past reasoning with him anyway, Tai's last speech during the battle was only meant to hurt. That's why they made Po offer him a LastSecondChance later.
30th Mar '16 1:01:14 PM Shadowgazer
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*** [[spoiler: Bellwether crosses it when she shoots Nick with the Nighthowler serum (which he thankfully switched out prior with blueberries) in an attempt to make him kill Judy. Considering how friendly and supportive Bellwether had been to Judy in all their previous encounters, it really drives home how twisted the little sheep really is and how far she'll go to get what she wants. Bonus points for her choosing to simply stand there and watch her ex-friend be eviscerated.]]

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*** [[spoiler: Bellwether crosses it when she shoots Nick with the Nighthowler serum (which he thankfully switched out prior with blueberries) in an attempt to make him kill Judy. Considering how friendly and supportive Bellwether had been to Judy in all their previous encounters, it really drives home how twisted the little sheep really is and how far she'll go to get what she wants. Bonus points for her choosing to simply stand there and watch her ex-friend be eviscerated.]] And that is without going into her whole scheme, which involved transforming innocent citizens into mindless, feral beasts without any concern about their loved ones or the possible casualties that could be caused and planned to use them to turn the whole city against carnivores and who knows how far would she go in her steps against them?]]
16th Mar '16 12:48:02 AM JayRomeo
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** Disney/{{Zootopia}}:
***[[spoiler: Bellwether crosses it when she shoots Nick with the Nighthowler serum (which he thankfully switched out prior with blueberries) in an attempt to make him kill Judy. Considering how friendly and supportive Bellwether had been to Judy in all their previous encounters, it really drives home how twisted the little sheep really is and how far she'll go to get what she wants. Bonus points for her choosing to simply stand there and watch her ex-friend be eviscerated.]]
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