The Truth. .. "The truth", as told by poor fan speculation.
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User avatar #1 - seniorawesomesauce (04/28/2013) [-]
"The truth", as told by poor fan speculation.
#9 - whipscorpion (05/03/2013) [-]
These are always fun to read, even though they're all ludicrous ******** .
One problem with the Rugrats one: if the babies are all figments of Angelica's mind, wouldn't she be the central character in every episode? I mean, there are some episodes in which Angelica plays a minor role, or in which she barely even appears at all, and there's no reason why figments of her imagination would be doing things without her.
#8 - snoboardkid (04/29/2013) [-]
the courage one makes the most sense to me
User avatar #4 - psychorhino (04/29/2013) [-]
I keep seeing that Genie one repeatedly. It's implied that Genie is a cosmic being capable of peering beyond the veil of time and space.

Not to mention IT'S A KIDS MOVIE. Of course there are references to pop culture. Jeez
User avatar #7 - monstersz (04/29/2013) [-]
Or maybe Andys parents aren't divorced, his father just died.
#6 - Ken M (04/29/2013) [-]
Why doea everyone always talk about willy wonka deliberately picking off children like its some kind of revelation? It literally says in the film that it was the plan all along, did you just not watch it all the way through?

Also no one dies in the film...
#5 - tomthehippie (04/29/2013) [+] (12 replies)
In the Power Rangers, Zed is actually an alien who kidnaps the various "power rangers" to experiment on. The battles they fight and everything after they are first brought before him by the robot are halucinations controlled by Zed so he can learn about human psychology while learning about human physiology.

The robot is the one who kills the various generations of "power rangers" after Zed is done experimenting on them.

Eventually Zed stops introducing himself to the "power rangers" because he's experimenting with different situations to see how humans will react.

In Harry Potter, Harry is an abused child, notice that while his friends and rivals at school come down with all sorts of strange and obviously magical injuries, Harry only receives ONE obviously magical injury (one that leaves no traces), when his broken bone is "removed", every other injury is completely mundane. Harry is hallucinating the whole thing. Every injury other than his bone being "removed" is due to his abusive uncle and cousin. As many abused children do, he creates a fantasy to escape the situation he is in. This is also why Hermione ends up with Ron, because in his Fantasy Harry is the better off of the two, Hermione (obviously the best witch his age through out his fantasy) ends up with his sidekick, because Harry externalizes himself onto his fantasy sidekick, and thus wants the best for him. This is also why both of his friends come from less than perfect backgrounds, its all he knows.

During the Seventh Book, Harry is actually just wondering around homeless, having finally be kicked out by his Uncle.
#3 - vegetatheprince (04/29/2013) [-]
The Mario one is obvious, its subtle artistic design, not conspiracy.

Did you even hear yourself on the Rugrats one? Srsly? That's retarded ass **** . It's a ******* cartoon. ***** chill.

Courage, same thing as above. Multiple times there are actual villains who do real evil.

I doubt Andy is introverted/emotionally disturbed for having action figures at the age of 5-7. Everyone has had a favorite childhood toy that they liked.
User avatar #2 - victorkoot (04/29/2013) [-]
Wtf....this doesn't make any sense.
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