There is nothing left for the release of the animated film "Light Yer" by Pixar, which many audiences are waiting for, and since many critics, the first 30 minutes of this They have watched the animation, in this regard it has been stated that this animation benefits from the existence of many emotional scenes.
Of course, the fans of Pixar Studio will certainly not be surprised by this word of the critics, because this studio is used to The opening moments of his films make him cry, but surely no one can guess what will happen in the first 30 minutes of "Light Air" animation that can upset the audience. However, some guesses can be made.
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For example, the opening sequence of this animation could involve the death of a close friend of Lighter, as this is not the first time Pixar has done so. Many Pixar animations, which are actually considered childish animations, begin with extremely shocking death scenes and take advantage of overwhelming emotional moments that can have a tremendous impact on young audiences. So in the list below, we want to introduce you to 10 children's movies that start with the death scene.
1. The Wizard Of Oz
- Director: > Victor Fleming
- Cast: Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, Ray Bulger
- Release Date: 1939
- IMDb rating for movie: 8.1 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: > 98 out of 100
Considering that "The Wizard of Oz" was one of the first films to use the color technique, in addition to bizarre characters and provocative songs. It was able to attract the attention of the audience of that time, which is not surprising. Because the audience is always interested in watching interesting and new scenes in every age.
When Dorothy first enters the strange city of Oz after being caught in a terrible tornado, suddenly the evil wizard of the East Will be killed. Not only can this make a big impression on the audience in the very first scenes of the film, but it also excites the audience when they realize that it was Dorothy's house that was hit by a storm and razed to the ground. Everyone in the audience knows that the evil wizard of the East could have become a worthy creature, and this upset the audience even more. While "The Great and Powerful Oz" is one of the best films ever made by horror filmmaker Sam Remy, certainly none of the scenes in it can be as terrifying as the opening moments of the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz. p>
2. Finding Nemo
- Director: > Andrew Stanton, Lee Ankrich
- Cast: Albert Brooks, Alexander Gold, Willem Dafoe
- Release Date: 2003 li>
- IMDb rating for movie: 8.2 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 99 out of 100
The opening scenes of Pixar's "Lighter" have reportedly shocked critics emotionally, but the question is whether In this respect, this animation can reach the foot of the extremely emotional animation "in search of development" or not. Released in 2003, the film began with not just one death, but the deaths of dozens or perhaps even hundreds of creatures.
There are thousands of eggs to be born, and it is quite clear that they are becoming parents, a lot of excitement has taken over their whole being. However, with a barracuda attack, all but one of the eggs are killed along with the coral. "In Search of Nemo" confronts the audience with an emotional scene that can bring tears to their eyes even before the story begins, but what you see below is a wonderful and uplifting story about a unique father and son. p>
3. Guardians Of The Galaxy
- Director: James Gan
- Cast: Chris Pert, David Batista, Wayne Diesel
- Release Date: 2014
- IMDb rating for movie: 8.1 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 92 out of 100
Guardians of the Galaxy is a superhero film that has achieved unparalleled popularity, so it may not be possible It was categorized as a children's film, but in fact it can be said that Marvel's cinematic world is targeting children as much as it is for teenagers and adults. Because it is safe to say that Guardians of the Galaxy has a lot of comedy scenes and funny creatures that children will enjoy watching. Whether you are a four-year-old viewer or a 40-year-old fan, however, the opening sequence is so emotional and moving that it can upset anyone. Shows that he is sitting by his dying mother's bed and is very sad. In fact, the death of his mother is not one of the deaths we see in superhero or fantasy films, because his mother's suffering from brain cancer is extremely realistic, and so the viewer can immediately identify with Coil's mother. It is true that Peter's father, Ego, had the cancer planted in his head, but the audience was unaware of it at the time.
The Land Before Time
- Director: Dan Blatt
- Cast: Gabriel Damon, Candice Hutson, Will Ryan
- Release Date: 1988
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 70 out of 100
The "Land of Prehistory" franchise consists of a total of 14 films, and it is safe to say that many of these films benefit from the presence of simple and attractive songs and unique animations. Which are perfect for toddlers, but we see a sequence in the original film that sets it apart from the rest of the series. "Land Before History" is a 1988 cartoon that takes advantage of the extraordinarily hand-drawn scenes and tells the story of a young apatosaurus named Littlefoot who bravely ventures into unknown lands while being with his grandfather. His death will find the necessary medicine.
But it seems that the creators of this animation did not stop at such a shocking story, because in another sequence, Little death sees that his mother is fatally wounded and killed by a T-Rex. In fact, no dinosaur-animated or live-action movie has ever been as revolutionary as "Land Before History."
- Director: Pete Doctor <//>
- Release Date: 2009
- IMDb rating per movie: 8.3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 98 out of 100
Pixar has a strange appetite for everyone to cry. It does not matter if the audience is a young child or an adult spectator. In fact, the studio repeats this in all its animations. Just like the "In Search of Nemo" animation, the "High" animation makes the viewers cry a lot. While the film's story is an adventurous, entertaining, and enjoyable story about a house that flies through the use of hundreds or perhaps thousands of helium balloons, the film begins with an incredibly heartbreaking and uplifting opening sequence that can reach any audience. Cry.
The film begins with Carl proposing to Ellie, Carl falls in love with Ellie, and eventually marries her, after which they live together in love for years, until that Elie dies. In fact, it is safe to say that "High" animation has made viewers cry more than any other Pixar animated film.
National Treasure: Book of Secrets (National Treasure: Book Of Secrets)
- Director : John Trattell
- Cast: Nicholas Cage, Diane Krueger, Harvey Keitel
- Release Date: 2007
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.5 out of 10
- Raton rating Tomitoz: 36 out of 100
Everyone in the world knows about the assassination of Abraham Lincoln at the theater booth, but not because they have studied history lessons well, but because of films like The film "National Treasure: Book of Secrets". One of the best-selling film franchises of the 2000s, it depicts the assassination of Abraham Lincoln in great detail at the beginning of the film, and this is where the film's adventurous story begins. And indeed one of the most horrific assassinations in American history It looks insignificant. But this is not the first film to reduce the scene of the death of one of the most prominent figures in history to a simple sequence, as many movies and TV series have portrayed the murder, although some, such as Lincoln's Life, have strongly portrayed it. They have made it look dramatic, and some, like the Simpsons, have ridiculed it.
- Director: Robert Zamkis
- Cast: Anne Hathaway, Josette Simon, Stanley Tochi
- Release Date: 1990
- IMDb rating for movie: 5.5 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 49 out of 100
The film, based on Roald Dahl's 1990 novel of the same name, depicts a child's nightmare from beginning to end. Given the scenes of children turning into mice, the witches' disgusting looks, and the endless horror that ripples through the film's story, it's hard to know which part of the film could really be right for children.
Even terrifying humor mixed with different scenes in the film can not reduce children's fear of old and bald women. In fact, "Wizards" is scary and terrifying even before the main story is told, because Luke's parents lose their lives in a car accident in the very first scenes, leaving him alone. 1990 - Most children go to theaters with their parents and in private cars. Frozen
- Director: Adam Green <//>
- Cast: Emma Bell, Sean Ashmore, Kevin Zegers
- Release Date: 2013
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.1 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 63 out of 100
Disney, especially in its golden age, was keen to show films with overly dramatic stories. Deaths such as Mofasa in The Lion King, Ray in The Princess and the Frog, and many other sad Disney deaths occurred in this era and were able to upset viewers even more. Although that may be why the studio has become so popular with audiences. "Frozen" makes the story of the film seem dark and sad in many ways. The former king and queen Arendal are killed during a storm at sea, while their two children did not even have a chance to say goodbye to them, and perhaps this makes the story of the film even more sad.
9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows - Part 1)
- Director: David Yates
- Cast: Daniel Redcliff, Emma Watson, Robert Grint
- Release Date : 2010
- IMDb rating for movies: 7.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 77 out of 100
Although "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" is considered one of the most entertaining, exciting and exciting children's movies It may have been made before, but unfortunately the "Harry Potter" movies got darker and sadder with each release. Fans who watched the franchise from the first film, however, were certainly accustomed to the dark tone of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1." And they were not ready to panic, because the film begins with a sequence in which Voldemort launches hell for Harry and his friends. While you know for sure that Harry is alive, two of his friends are dying, and these deaths have completely shattered the morale of many Harry Potter fans. Because Voldemort's attack killed Crazy Modi and Hedwig.
10. Hocus Pocus
- Director: Kenny Ortega
- Cast: Beth Midler, Sarah Jessica
- Release Date: 1993
- Score IMDb to movie: 6.9 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz score: 38 out of 100 li>
Although the Sanderson sisters rise from the grave 300 years after their deaths, we see in the very first five minutes of this famous horror film that they are killed in the most brutal way possible. In fact, the two sisters were hanged for the murder of William and Emily Banks in an extremely scary scene. They are hung.
The scenes that can be seen in some of the old, so-called childish films are really very realistic and terrifying, and perhaps that is why these films did not rank very well. Although the rope is cut before the sisters' necks are broken, it is clear what effect such a scene can have on the morale of the younger audience. It can even be said with certainty that watching such sequences is not an easy task for an adult audience. In fact, it seems that the filmmakers thought that maybe the opening scene was not so clear, so the last photo that showed the legs of the two witches hanging from the gallows left nothing to be said. p>