but to be honest people on tumblr are pissing me off. Is it really necessary to post pictures that are clearly promoting anorexia?……Is not eating a trend or something? I sympathize with whoever, if you really do have an eating disorder….but why would you be convinced it’s inovative,interesting, or whatever to advertise that? Pretty sure that’s something really personal. Not to mention it’s disrespectful to those who really struggle with it.
Wolf scene in fantastic Mr.Fox breakthrough...kinda
He pulls the motorcar over and yells to the wolf: “Do you speak English?” The wolf doesn’t. Mr. Fox tries French. That doesn’t work either. The wolf looks on blankly, big and majestic at the top of a wooded hill. Then Mr. Fox raises his hand into the black power sign—arm straight, fist closed— and the wolf is finally responsive, raising his black arm into the black power sign in return. Then he runs off into the forest a wild creature, while a clothed Mr. Fox resumes his drive back to his furnished home euphoric after confronting his phobia. Hooray! The wolves Mr. Fox has been so afraid of his entire life aren’t so scary after all—they’re just language-less beasts that can easily be outfoxed with a little black power arm raise.
I am, indeed, talking about the wolf scene. Spoiler alert: if you’re bothered, skip the rest of this paragraph. Fantastic Mr. Fox has a phobia of wolves. Towards the end of the film, almost at its dramatic peak, one appears on a nearby hillside. Fox panics, shouts, and then suddenly gives it a Black Power salute. It makes no sense at all, and it also makes you want to cry. It’s Wes Anderson all over.
“There were some people who didn’t like the wolf scene,” says Anderson. “In particular one very important person. And he said, I don’t understand what this scene is doing in the movie. And I would always say to him, I’m not cutting it. That scene is why I’m making the movie.”