This scene brings about one of the many reasons why I love Tarzan. Even after Clayton had betrayed him, imprisoned his family in cages, and shot Kerchak, Tarzan still showed forgiveness. Tarzan did not kill Clayton. The jungle, a world “blessed with love”, ultimately brought upon Clayton’s death.
I never notices Clayton’s shadow, I always concentrated on Tarzan and the blade. But it gives me the chills when I watch it.
I have only seen this movie once, when I was about 11 or so - I was a morbid kid, and noticed the shadow right off the bat, and was amazed (still am) that a Disney film actually went there explicitly, rather than just implying the death.
DAMN DISNEY YOU SCARY.
I really loved Tarzan as a kid and still do but shit this scene scared the hell out of me you have no idea.
HOLY FUCKING DICK POPSICLES THERE’S A SHADOW THERE
I had to rewatch this gifset so many times
I didn’t notice till I was like 14 and it gave me chills
Is everyone forgetting that they straight up showed Tarzan’s dead parents.
I point at the shadow and his parents’ bodies to everyone who sees this movie with me
are you all just casually forgetting about mufasa?????
Wait so… realistically…. their skeletons could have been in that hut when Tarzan returned? Unless they were carried off, of course.
we’re really not addressing the biggest issue here:
THE DOCTOR IS STILL NOT A GINGER
Welcome to the 12th Doctor, Peter Capaldi!
Doctor Who belongs to all of us.—
Peter Capaldi, August 4th 2013
I already loved the guy, but now I’m going to do terrible things to prove me eternal devotion.(via asinnerinsaintsclothing)
Peter Capaldi is the 12th Doctor
Thank you, Matt, for being my raggedy 11th Doctor. (2010 - 2013)
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