21 Questions About Childhood Movies That Will Haunt Me To My Dying Day
Did Bee Movie really feature a romance between a human and a goddamn bee?
When a toy dies in Toy Story, would Andy unknowingly be left playing with the toy's corpse?
In the first movie, if Buzz Lightyear thinks he's actually a space ranger, why does he act like a toy in front of Andy?
In Home Alone, how does the house look so clean after Kevin has littered the entire building with destructive traps?
Are Harry and Marv actually immortal?
And with his traps escalating in violence each movie, does Kevin McCallister grow up to be Jigsaw from the Saw franchise?
Talking of possible prequels, after using her telekinetic powers to get revenge on those who have wronged her, does Matilda grow up to be Carrie?!
Additionally, why did Miss Trunchbull choose to become a teacher if she hates children so much?
In the Stuart Little universe, is it common for a family to walk into an orphanage and adopt a rodent instead of a human child?
Also, is a bird and a mouse hooking up something that happens regularly?
Speaking of interspecies relationships, in Shrek, how does a donkey and a dragon have, umm…intercourse?
And did Bee Movie really feature a romance between a human and a goddamn bee?
In Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, how does Grandpa Joe go from being bed-bound for 20 years to suddenly being able to dance?
Why does Grandpa Joe have long nails on his pinky fingers? 👀
JUST WHO THE HELL IS GRANDPA JOE???
Did any of the animators working on Shark Tale ever see an actual fish in real life?
In The Little Mermaid, is Ariel completely OK with eating seafood despite having many aquatic friends and being half-fish herself?
In Space Jam, why is Michael Jordan completely unfazed after being sucked into a golf course and discovering that the Looney Tunes exist in real life?
And why is Michael Jordan, one of the richest athletes of all time, living in such an average house?
In Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the dwarfs own and operate a diamond mine, so why are they living in a dilapidated shack?
In Pokémon: The First Movie, Ash mentions Minnesota – does this mean that the USA exists in the world of Pokémon?
And finally, why did the makers of children's movies decide to fool an entire generation into thinking that quicksand was something that we'd encounter in our day-to-day lives???
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