History WesternAnimation / TheSecretOfKells

17th Mar '18 1:47:53 PM FigmentJedi
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Praised for its gorgeous visuals and music (it even got a standing ovation from the staff at Creator/{{Pixar}}), it managed to surprise everyone and get a Best Animated Feature nomination at the Oscars in 2010. Cartoon Saloon's next feature, 2014's ''WesternAnimation/SongOfTheSea'', was also helmed by Moore and acts as the second part of an "[[ThematicSeries Irish Folklore Trilogy]]" which is to be completed with ''WesternAnimation/Wolfwalkers''.

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Praised for its gorgeous visuals and music (it even got a standing ovation from the staff at Creator/{{Pixar}}), it managed to surprise everyone and get a Best Animated Feature nomination at the Oscars in 2010. Cartoon Saloon's next feature, 2014's ''WesternAnimation/SongOfTheSea'', was also helmed by Moore and acts as the second part of an "[[ThematicSeries Irish Folklore Trilogy]]" which is to be completed with ''WesternAnimation/Wolfwalkers''.
''WesternAnimation/{{Wolfwalkers}}''.
17th Mar '18 1:47:37 PM FigmentJedi
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Praised for its gorgeous visuals and music (it even got a standing ovation from the staff at Creator/{{Pixar}}), it managed to surprise everyone and get a Best Animated Feature nomination at the Oscars in 2010. Cartoon Saloon's next feature, 2014's ''WesternAnimation/SongOfTheSea'', was also helmed by Moore and acts as the second part of an "[[ThematicTrilogy Irish Folklore Trilogy]]" which is to be completed with ''WesternAnimation/Wolfwalkers''.

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Praised for its gorgeous visuals and music (it even got a standing ovation from the staff at Creator/{{Pixar}}), it managed to surprise everyone and get a Best Animated Feature nomination at the Oscars in 2010. Cartoon Saloon's next feature, 2014's ''WesternAnimation/SongOfTheSea'', was also helmed by Moore and acts as the second part of an "[[ThematicTrilogy "[[ThematicSeries Irish Folklore Trilogy]]" which is to be completed with ''WesternAnimation/Wolfwalkers''.
17th Mar '18 1:47:21 PM FigmentJedi
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Praised for its gorgeous visuals and music (it even got a standing ovation from the staff at Creator/{{Pixar}}), it managed to surprise everyone and get a Best Animated Feature nomination at the Oscars in 2010. Cartoon Saloon's next feature, 2014's ''WesternAnimation/SongOfTheSea'', was also helmed by Moore and acts as a SpiritualSuccessor.

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Praised for its gorgeous visuals and music (it even got a standing ovation from the staff at Creator/{{Pixar}}), it managed to surprise everyone and get a Best Animated Feature nomination at the Oscars in 2010. Cartoon Saloon's next feature, 2014's ''WesternAnimation/SongOfTheSea'', was also helmed by Moore and acts as a SpiritualSuccessor.
the second part of an "[[ThematicTrilogy Irish Folklore Trilogy]]" which is to be completed with ''WesternAnimation/Wolfwalkers''.
16th Mar '18 9:13:02 AM Syrika
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* TheLightfooted: Aisling has a distinct and graceful way of moving, even when she goes down on all fours.
8th Dec '17 3:04:26 PM heartofthemoon
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* DeniedFoodAsPunishment: Subverted; Abbot Cellach makes sure that Brendan is fed while he is locked up, even telling the monks to give Brendan his breakfast.

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* DeniedFoodAsPunishment: Subverted; Abbot Cellach makes sure that Brendan is fed while he is locked up, even telling the monks to give Brendan his breakfast.breakfast to Brendan.
7th Nov '17 9:27:24 AM LordGro
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* KarmaHoudini: The Vikings, [[spoiler:with the exception of the two killed by Aisling's wolves, one of whom is implied to be the leader of the war band]], get away scot-free.
7th Nov '17 5:59:49 AM rufusluciusivan
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** It's also heavily implied but not explicitly shown that [[spoiler:the monks and villagers holed up in the church instead of the tower]] don't survive the attack.

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** It's also heavily implied but not explicitly shown that [[spoiler:the monks and villagers holed up in the church instead of the tower]] don't survive the attack.attack, as their scene ends with the Vikings bursting through the door.



* KarmaHoudini: The Vikings, [[spoiler:with the exception of the two killed by Aisling's wolves, one of whom is implied to be the leader of the war band]].

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* KarmaHoudini: The Vikings, [[spoiler:with the exception of the two killed by Aisling's wolves, one of whom is implied to be the leader of the war band]].band]], get away scot-free.



* PetTheDog: Abbot Cellach has a few moments that actually show he's not an EvilUncle and foreshadow his eventual HeelRealization.
** At one point, a group of refugees arrives in the village. Abbot Cellach lets them in without hesitation.
** It's shown several times that he's one of the hardest workers on the wall.
** It's briefly shown at some point that he's actually saddened by his decision to [[spoiler:lock up Brendan]]. He also makes sure that he's still fed and at one point asks a monk to bring his own breakfast to [[spoiler:Brendan]].



** Abbot Cellach at the end of the film.

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** Abbot Cellach at the end of the film.film [[spoiler:is left broken because of his guilt]].
17th Sep '17 9:53:37 AM NOYB
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* MagicFeather: The Eye of Crom is a crystal capable of magnifying illustrations. It can only be used by someone who already has a natural talent.
16th Sep '17 7:56:19 AM NOYB
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* FlatEarthAtheist: Brendan initially dismisses Crom Cruach as a story to scare children and says that Abbot Cellach told him never to worry about pagan fairytales. He tells all this to Aisling, who he ''recognized as a fairy'' when they first met.

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* FlatEarthAtheist: Brendan initially dismisses Crom Cruach as a story to scare children and says that Abbot Cellach told him never to worry about pagan fairytales. He tells all this to Aisling, who whom he ''recognized as a fairy'' when they first met.
12th Aug '17 1:03:17 AM Blackie62
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** [[spoiler:Aisling's loss of human form is even dependent on if one considers WesternAnimation/SongOfTheSea as a StealthSequel as in it she appears in her human form in 1987 Ireland.]]
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