History YMMV / Anastasia

8th Dec '17 2:45:06 PM Hawaii_Knut
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* {{Narm}}: Rasputin has one of ''the'' coolest villain songs ever.....And his musical accompaniment consists of hundreds of singing cartoonish, UglyCute ''bugs'' in the background. Doesn't make the song itself any less awesome though, thankfully.

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* {{Narm}}: NarmCharm: Rasputin has one of ''the'' coolest villain songs ever.....And his musical accompaniment consists of hundreds of singing cartoonish, UglyCute ''bugs'' in the background. Doesn't make the song itself any less awesome though, thankfully.
4th Dec '17 5:58:35 AM UchuuFlamenco
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** Perhaps the most [[FridgeBrilliance brilliant]] of these involves [[Film/{{Fantasia}} Chernabog]] summoning the Disney Villains. Brilliant in the way that Chernabog himself is from a work of Russian musical composition.

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** Perhaps the most [[FridgeBrilliance brilliant]] of these involves [[Film/{{Fantasia}} [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Chernabog]] summoning the Disney Villains. Brilliant in the way that Chernabog himself is from a work of Russian musical composition.
24th Nov '17 8:58:22 PM johnnycade7
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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: Following in suit with other Don Bluth works (like All Dogs Go To Heaven, The Secret of NIMH), this is a dark film. There are moments of death, extreme violence, dark peril, StuffBlowingUp very realistically, ghostly spirits and corpses, not to mention [[spoiler:[[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence the death of Rasputin]], involving him melting into a convulsing skeleton that crumbles into dust]]. His next film, ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', was even worse.

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: Following in suit tradition with other Don Bluth works (like All Dogs Go To Heaven, The Secret of NIMH), this is a dark film. There are moments of death, extreme violence, dark peril, StuffBlowingUp very realistically, ghostly spirits and corpses, not to mention [[spoiler:[[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence the death of Rasputin]], involving him melting into a convulsing skeleton that crumbles into dust]]. His next film, ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', was even worse.
24th Nov '17 8:57:36 PM johnnycade7
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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: This is another one of Don Bluth's darkest films. There are moments of death, extreme violence, dark peril, StuffBlowingUp very realistically, ghostly spirits and corpses, not to mention [[spoiler:[[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence the death of Rasputin]], involving him melting into a skeleton that crumbles into dust]]. His next film, ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', was even worse.

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: This is another one of Following in suit with other Don Bluth's darkest films. Bluth works (like All Dogs Go To Heaven, The Secret of NIMH), this is a dark film. There are moments of death, extreme violence, dark peril, StuffBlowingUp very realistically, ghostly spirits and corpses, not to mention [[spoiler:[[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence the death of Rasputin]], involving him melting into a convulsing skeleton that crumbles into dust]]. His next film, ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', was even worse.
22nd Sep '17 1:02:14 PM DrNoPuma
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* {{Narm}}: Rasputin has one of ''the'' coolest villain songs ever.....And his musical accompaniment consists of hundreds of singing ''bugs'' in the background. Doesn't make the song itself any less awesome though, thankfully.

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* {{Narm}}: Rasputin has one of ''the'' coolest villain songs ever.....And his musical accompaniment consists of hundreds of singing cartoonish, UglyCute ''bugs'' in the background. Doesn't make the song itself any less awesome though, thankfully.
9th Aug '17 8:08:01 AM GothicProphet
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** The Dowager Empress: Her son, daughter-in-law and almost all her grandchildren are brutally killed, she ''almost'' saves her favourite and last remaining granddaughter but loses her just seconds away from getting them both to safety. Then when she tries to find Anastasia, countless people try to con her just to win the reward money, and she resigns herself to living out the rest of her life alone. [[spoiler: As with the others things do improve during the film, as Anastasia returning gives her joy "she never thought she'd feel again".]]

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** The Dowager Empress: Her son, daughter-in-law and almost all her grandchildren are brutally killed, she ''almost'' saves her favourite and last remaining granddaughter but loses her just seconds away from getting them both to safety. Then when she tries to find Anastasia, countless people try to con her just to win the reward money, and she resigns herself to living out the rest of her life alone. [[spoiler: As with the others things do improve during the film, as Anastasia returning gives her joy "she never thought she'd feel again".]]]]
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30th Jun '17 7:23:22 PM LordXavius
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* GeniusBonus: The song "Rumor in St. Petersburg" has a woman selling the alleged pajamas of "Count Yusupov." This is funny (in a dark way) for history buffs, as it refers to Felix Yusupov, a wealthy relative of Tsar Nicholas II, best known for his role in the murder of the film's main antagonist, Rasputin, in 1916.

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The song "Rumor in St. Petersburg" has a woman selling the alleged pajamas of "Count Yusupov." This is funny (in a dark way) for history buffs, as it refers to Felix Yusupov, a wealthy relative of Tsar Nicholas II, best known for his role in the murder of the film's main antagonist, Rasputin, in 1916.
** The final confrontation takes place at the Alexander III bridge, named for Anastasia's grandfather (and her father placed its foundation stone). Appropriate in several ways.
23rd Jun '17 7:07:01 PM Jellybean12
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* GeniusBonus: The song "Rumor in St. Petersburg" has a woman selling the alledged pajamas of "Count Yusupov." This is funny (in a dark way) for history buffs, as it refers to Felix Yusupov, a wealthy relative of Tsar Nicholas II, best known for his role in the murder of the film's main antagonist, Rasputin, in 1916.

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* GeniusBonus: The song "Rumor in St. Petersburg" has a woman selling the alledged alleged pajamas of "Count Yusupov." This is funny (in a dark way) for history buffs, as it refers to Felix Yusupov, a wealthy relative of Tsar Nicholas II, best known for his role in the murder of the film's main antagonist, Rasputin, in 1916.
23rd Jun '17 7:05:33 PM Jellybean12
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* GeniusBonus: The song "Rumor in St. Petersburg" has a woman selling the alledged pajamas of "Count Yusupov." It refers to Felix Yusupov, a wealthy aristocrat connected to Tsar Nicholas II, best known for his role in the murder of the film's main antagonist: Rasputin.

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* GeniusBonus: The song "Rumor in St. Petersburg" has a woman selling the alledged pajamas of "Count Yusupov." It This is funny (in a dark way) for history buffs, as it refers to Felix Yusupov, a wealthy aristocrat connected to relative of Tsar Nicholas II, best known for his role in the murder of the film's main antagonist: Rasputin. antagonist, Rasputin, in 1916.
23rd Jun '17 7:01:57 PM Jellybean12
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* GeniusBonus: The song "Rumor in St. Petersburg" has a woman selling the alledged pajamas of "Count Yusupov." It refers to Felix Yusupov, a wealthy aristocrat connected to Tsar Nicholas II, best known for his role in the murder of the film's main antagonist: Rasputin.
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