"I can’t take this kind of pressure…"
Most traumatizing moments from The Brave Little Toaster (1987)
(Please take all this as not a criticism but as someone who grew up with this film and enjoys it but is seriously confused)
Ok What is up with this movie. Aside from all the terrifying imagery, including, but limited to, a character having their in sides torn out(!) it’s not even shot and directed like a children’s movie!
There are long moments of silence where characters just stare at things and wallow in the own thoughts with these terrible looks on their faces. There’s hardly any music besides the singing. The characters are mostly negative and if not hold this kind of pathetic lingering hope.
This isn’t a kids movie, it’s some animation college students final project that somehow became full length. Does anyone know how this thing got approved? Or got sequels? It’s just so bizarre. Was it just the time period where everything was getting shows and movies? This has seriously been driving me CRAZY since I rewatched this as an adult