darthsophie:

I love this film so much.

demiqas:

grawly:

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thugful:

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i scrolled down for an explanation and there was none

you dont need one

If this post surpasses 100k notes I will get a frame from one of these gifs printed out on a 20”+ poster and hang it up in my living room

get this to 100k

mrrandomneseianese:

Guys can we talk about how great reversed gifs are

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like we have the vacuums

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we have the dirty stuff

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we have the fixers

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we have the ceptioners

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and we have my favorite 

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like these are the greatest things in the world

spreadyourwiings:

socially-inactive:

pyroluminescence:

I’M

I LOVE YOU KAREN

Dying

h0odrich:

this looks like a man just got switched into a cats body and he’s having some self realization of the situation and he’s buggin

sunshinederp:

morilatte:

sunshinederp:

tifablog:

sunshinederp:

ref grabs. I guess her sugar coating is her “skin,” she has a nose and everything just painted over unlike the actual skeleton characters. 

La Muerte from The Book Of Life

La Muerte (the character) is based on the Mexican Catrinas used during the Day of the Dead, and many women who dress up as the Catrina draw the nose holes on their noses like that to emulate the skull through make-up along with the colorful markings. The sugar coating on the “skin” is to show that La Muerte is made of candy, which emulates the candy skulls that are made for the festival of the Day of the Dead, and the candy skulls have those colorful markings on them as well. It’s also cool to notice the Cempasúchil flowers on her dress and hat, which are always present during the festival.

These are some of the reasons as to why I have mad respect for the details that are being given to these characters <3

Reblogging for the info, that’s pretty rad. 

as a mexican i can say that all the details are amazing and all the references in the movie are just perfect.

may i also include that the little heart on her forehead is the Sacred Heart, representing the religion (christian) in the country teached by the spaniards which is really important in the mexican culture.

there are more details in the rest of the characters and in the movie itself. i suggest for non-mexican people to do lots of research before watching the movie to catch more little details in it, specially information of the Day of the Dead.

learned a thing

jpierrepontcriss:

my mom was pulling into a parking space today and she asked “am i relatively straight?” and i said “i think that’s something you need to decide for yourself” and she told me to walk home