Photobombing: you’re doing it right, Rivendell Hufflepuff. :D
The calendar was great because it gave people a chance to see a side of my versatility.
Best selfie ever: Ellen DeGeneres breaks Twitter and wins the internet.
Jared Leto, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Ellen DeGeneres, Kevin Spacey, Bradley Cooper, Brad Pitt, Lupita Nyong’o, Nyong’os brother and Angelina Jolie.
I only have two questions: who is the guy between Lawrence and Roberts? I can’t tell from the pic and don’t remember from watching the event. And: why is Lupita Nyongo’s brother in this picture? Really?
Post gala-winner photo; love it.
Hank, a stray dog that the Brewers recently found wandering their practice fields at Maryvale Baseball Park, runs during spring training on Friday, Feb. 21, 2014, in Phoenix. The team and staff have been taking care of Hank since he was found at the park on President’s Day. Hank is named after Hank Aaron.
Cheryl Evans | AP (via Day in Pictures - The Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, California)
The Fox and the Hound (1981). Basically what the title says; a fox and a hound become friends. Very touching, top notch animation by Disney.
Watership Down (1978). Beautiful, detailed animation, wonderful story about adventures and friendship.
Animal Farm (1954). Educational film about relationships. Beautiful.
The Secret of NIMH (1982). Don Bluth is amazing, and this movie is no exception.
The Plague Dogs (1982). All great animated animal movies seem to come from around 1975-1985, and this one’s no exception. Don’t be fooled by the name, this is movie is basically the same story as The Incredible Journey (which was also re-made as Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey, both by Disney. Neither version was animated however, and as such can’t be on this list).
Chirin no suzu / The ringing bell (1978). Not sure if this has been translated, but if so then you should definitely check it out. A young lamb loses his mother and is raised by the Wolf King; we can find parent figures in all walks of life. Truly a touching tale.
The Last Unicorn (1982). American-Japanese animated movie, based on Peter S. Beagle’s amazing book. Basically it’s My Little Pony from the 80s. Don Bluth, again.
Felidae (1994). A cat named Francis, who just moved to a new town, tries to solve a string of mysteries involving cats. Definitely one for the cat lover.
I might update with more as I remember them, but here’s a start.
I’m not sure about All dogs go to heaven, but if that’s your poison then sure. Don Bluth made it, so it’s not… bad. It’s just not as happy as the rest of these movies.