Horrible Implications in Animated Films

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May 8, 2014
other examples of horrible implications can be discussed too but my main reason for making this thread is to get some opinions on these three specific examples.

I haven't seen Sausage Party but I've read about the plot and if the food knew about the perception thing, how come they don't once consider that the humans were oblivious to what they were doing to the food? the humans have feelings and loved ones too but their just murdered.

Pinocchio: after the Pleasure Island scene, none of the heroes to anything to stop the Coachman or help those boys turned into donkeys.

Ratatouille: in the end, Remy accomplished his dream and made things better for his colony but there are still other sapient rats being murdered by humans and Remy is doing nothing about it, people still don't know he is the real cook and thus, still don't know rats are sapient.

Peter Paltridge

Ay Carumba
Staff member
Sep 24, 2003
753 7
Stars Hollow
The Brave Little Toaster: Appliances around the world seem to be full of affection for their "masters" who really care nothing for them and aren't even aware they can think. In the end Toaster winds up back with his Master, but only because it makes good toast. Rob doesn't love it back, and will inevitably throw it away someday.

Fone Bone

Matt Zimmer
Jan 19, 2004
2,270 4
Framingham, MA
Come to think of it, the rats in Don Rosa's Duck comics are pretty industrious as well. The comic book I'm working on (See sig) is similar to Rosa's stories in having rats in some of the background scenes, but I absorbed Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH as a kid in making them the most developed and intelligent animal species in The Un-Iverse. So Gilda and Meek is another example of rats not being villains.

Another example at the topic at hand is the Toy Story franchise. Buzz and Woody are going in the attic (at best) and headed for a landfill someday, but the franchise keeps acting like our heroes finding another way to put off the inevitable for a few short years is some sort of victory and happy ending.


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Dec 1, 2005
Michigan USA
You know that movie Robots? I've theorized it takes place in the far future of a Terminator-esque reality, where machines have not only killed all humans, but also wiped out all biological life on Earth as well.