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      6 months ago

      Disagree. Hated Ash as a kid, was momentarily happy thinking we might get a new protagonist. Hopes dashed by magic pokemon tears.

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    6 months ago

    I remember that particular episode from my childhood and it felt pretty sad. Butterfree and Ash had a certain bond… and then they depart :(

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    6 months ago

    In the final season of the show with Ash, “To Be A Pokemon Master”, you got to see a lot of his old pokemon, including Butterfree. I cried so much from the nostalgia and seeing how they all still loved and remembered him, and are happy with their lives. Pokemon has gotten really great and wholesome. I hadn’t watched since I a little girl, but started back up for Sun and Moon and I swear, you could be having an awful day, and it just makes you feel happy. So freaking positive, optimistic, wholesome, and you can tell that whomever made it, put their heart into it.

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    6 months ago

    I cried in Titanic, when I realized how much I paid to see such a dumb movie. Such a button-pressing people pleasing mediocre film.

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        6 months ago

        Yes that was pretty dang cool. But, there’s a movie called “A Night to Remember,” made in 1958 before CGI effects and it does pretty much the same thing, only with practical effects (which is quite jawdropping considering when it was made).