10 Movie Theories That Completely Change Children’s Films

10 Movie Theories That Completely Change Children’s Films

10 Amazing Fan Theories That Drastically Change
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intended or not, these theories are too good to leave unexamined. Wait until you hear the
last one, you won’t even believe it! Here are Screen Rant’s 10 Movie Theories That Completely
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for kids aren’t bogged down with secret meanings or dark themes, movie fans can see their childhood
favourites in a completely different light once they take a second look. Whether it’s
intended or not, these theories are too good to leave unexamined. Wait until you hear the
last one, you won’t even believe it! Here are Screen Rant’s 10 Movie Theories That Completely
Change Children’s Films. Peter Pan When people think Disney mermaids, the ones
in the animated version of Neverland aren’t the first ones that come to mind. But they
were the first, showing their talent for trouble making, a distrust of mortals, and a fear
of pirates. And one of them looks an awful lot like Ariel, the Star of The Little Mermaid.
So much, that fans have theorized that it’s actually Ariel’s mother, Athena. The mother
isn’t introduced until the straight to video sequel, where she is eventually killed by
– you guessed it – pirates. If the theory is true, then she really should have stayed
in Neverland. Finding Nemo It’s a happy story, but Finding Nemo begins
with a heartbreaking scene, as Nemo’s mother is killed along with the rest of her eggs,
leaving Nemo to be raised by his father, Marlon. At least, that’s what you’re meant to think.
But after watching Marlon’s whole adventure, some have pointed out that it’s a close parallel
to the stages of grief – as in, the way he would have to come to terms with losing Nemo,
too. Was Marlon searching for an imaginary son the entire time, unable to accept that
he’d lost his entire family? There isn’t much actual evidence to support it in the story,
but it’s too dark to not mention. Back to the Future Nobody ever asked how a teenage boy and an
elderly scientist and failed inventor became best friends, but there wasn’t much time before
Doc Brown sent Marty McFly back in time to wonder. But take a closer look at the DeLorean’s
first trip through time: Doc makes Marty stand beside him staring down the speeding car,
with it disappearing just in time. Since every other one of his inventions failed, fans claim,
he would’ve had to think the same might happen here. Apparently, Doc had reached his breaking
point, making sure that if this invention was also a bust, he wouldn’t live to make
another. And he’d be taking Marty with him. Talk about heavy. Willy Wonka  Even fans would agree: there is something
very off about Willy Wonka. But some people claim that Wonka isn’t just weird, but a cold
blooded killer. He never seems too surprised when the children on his factory tour wind
up hurt or possibly killed, or even upset. Once fans realized that his Oompa Loompas
would have needed time to rehearse their songs, describing which children were harmed, and
how, the theory was complete: long before the Saw movies (Use Still), there was Willy
Wonka, and his chocolate factory death trap – only kids allowed. Star Wars You don’t have to be a kid to love Star Wars,
but George Lucas clearly hoped that one character in his prequel trilogy, Jar Jar Binks would
be a hit with young fans. Instead, he became a punching bag for the prequels as a whole.
But what if fans were right to hate the Gungan klutz? It may sound like a long shot, but
the theory that Jar Jar was faking his stupidity, and working for the Dark Side all along has
gained a lot of steam. The “Darth Jar Jar” theory even made it to Lucas himself. But
if it’s true that Jar Jar and the Emperor were working together all along, he’s not
letting the secret out any time soon. Toy Story The toys take the spotlight in Pixar’s series,
but there are humans, too: Andy, the boy who owns the toys, and his mother and sister.
But most fans have wondered about Andy’s father. It’s nothing new for a Disney movie to have
a parent or two out of the picture, but it’s never explained, or even mentioned. Some fans
have taken that fact as a sign that Andy’s father either left the family, or passed away
long before the first movie – explaining his connection to strong, honourable, father figure
dolls like Buzz and Woody. One Pixar writer has supported that idea, so this theory isn’t
as far fetched as some might think. Spider-Man It may not be a kids movie but Spider-Man
remains extremely popular with today’s youth. Peter Parker’s journey from geek to superhero
is a dream come true for every comic book nerd, but when he hit the big screen, some
fans think it was a more universal story being told. Peter doesn’t start getting powers until
he hits high school, when he starts getting serious feelings for a childhood crush, grows
into a man’s body overnight, and starts spending more and more time alone in his room. It seems
a pretty clear metaphor for boys hitting puberty, at least that’s what some claim. Even without
the sticky webbing, it’s a hard case to argue. Harry Potter Most of the magical spells in the Harry Potter
series were created from scratch, but the most evil curse actually sounds familiar.
But why would The Killing Curse sound just like “Abra cadabra,” one of the most well
known magic spells in the world? Fans have connected the dots, deducing that wizards
and witches weren’t always kind to Muggles (those are non magic people for non harry
potter fans!), some imagining they even killed everyday people for sport. More optimistic
fans claim the curse was used to kill infections before Muggles got wise to magic, so fans
can take their pick. But it isn’t just Harry Potter who makes out
like the hero of the series, thanks to one fan theory based directly on the books. Most
fans will remember Neville Longbottom as a bumbling, but lovable sidekick who eventually
let his good heart make up for his lack of magic. But remember: a wizard’s wand matters
too – that’s why it’s supposed to choose its user. But Neville chose to use his father’s
wand instead, which was probably the reason for his disastrous magic. It was only after
he purchased a wand of his own that he joined Dumbledore’s Army, battled Death Eaters and
became an all around top tier wizard. It turns out Neville was a master spellcaster the entire
time. Home Alone We’ve saved the most incredible theory for
last. Everyone knows how Kevin McCallister survived a Christmas home alone, using paint
cans, nails, tar and blowtorches to turn his house into a torture chamber for two attempted
burglars. But it wasn’t his last. That’s right, some fans believe Kevin grew up to become
Jigsaw, the murderous mastermind of the Saw movie series. Once you factor in Kevin’s serious
rage issues, it’s the best kind of theory. One that makes both movies seem even more
amazing – whether it’s true or not. Those are some of the most entertaining and
convincing theories based on kids’ movies that we’ve found, but which ones have we missed?
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  1. sr the hp one isnt a theory its a fact about neville it said in the books and some fans are either stupid or just wanna take credit

  2. Can you really call Back to the Future a kids movie? whatever, that Home Alone to Saw one though, yikes but I can get behind that one.
    I'm normally not a fan of horror and gore and I really don't like the theories that just "Limit" the world around it, but I love the one's that connect things even if it is far fetched because it shows a bigger world with more life in it rather then the "Close the book and that's the end of that."

  3. I'm a muggle born and muggles hates me. because of so, I would love to kill muggles for a sport if that means it's the popular muggles in school.

  4. You can't really question the people singing in movies lyrics, I mean how in musicals do they rehearse the song with random people jumping in? Lol

  5. hey, just something I wanted to mention, the beginning of the video with the closed captions is very confusing and has links to websites but I don't know why that's there, did you add them there? (I know most of your video uses auto-captions, but I do enjoy your vides when I can understand them!)

  6. Neville Longbottom was actually the hero of the Harry Potter series. He was the one that killed Nagini (the last Horcrux.) He was the one that killed Voldemort and ended it for good. Even though Harry did battle Voldemort and the Death Eaters all those years Neville prevailed. Also either Harry Potter or Neville Longbottom could've been The Boy Who Lived because of something pretty complicated. (Look it up on YouTube.) Neville was just always in Harry's shadow and people still think he's the hero when he really isn't.

  7. ………………………………….Why is harry potter a kids theory? I mean the book was made when J.K. Rowling was in feeling of depression, wait this is MOVIE theories sorry the movies are not as dark as the books…..

  8. The Neville theory is not even a theory anymore. Avada Kedavra means " I create deate when I speak." Get the facts straight!

  9. back to the future: except Doc knew the time machine would work, because Marty told him in the past… he also had video and a letter.

  10. actually, in the Harry Potter theory, I heard that instead of a play on abracadabra, it was actually derived from a few words in laying that turn into: I create dead bodies where I stand.

  11. Okay so about the Harry Potter one:

    J.K. Rowling took French and Latin classes which contribute a lot to character names and spells. (Ex: Voldemort is actually vol de mort, which is French for "flight of death".) Avada Kedarva is (correct me if I'm wrong) Arabic or Latin for "I will create dead bodies as I speak", contrary to most people thinking it's a play on words for abracadabra.

  12. this is dory 🐠 dory suffers from short term memory loss
    which means she forgets things
    dory lost her parents and she forget where they are

    1 like= you love dory and hope she finds her parents

  13. Neville was a beast by the end of the series. Voldemort set the Sorting Hat on fire ON NEVILLE'S HEAD and the guy pretty much just shrugged it off.

  14. Andy's father soul actually inhabits the doll of woody because before he passed away he prayed to god how he wished he could watch over his son a little longer till he seen what his son became.

  15. Home Alone and the Saw franchise doesn't make sense. Jigsaw Killer's name is John Kramer. The kid from Home Alone is Kevin McCallister.

  16. There is a theory about how Elsa and Anna from Frozen aren't actually sisters, but Elsa and Rapunzel are sisters separated because Rapunzel was taken. Elsa was given to the king and queen of Airandell, who had a daughter named Anna. The theory also states that the king and queen were going to Rapunzel's wedding, but didn't make it. This theory might also explain why you can see Flynn Rider and Rapunzel at Elsa's ceremony. I don't necessarily believe this theory, but it's cool. I also love the Tarzan theory involving Frozen.

  17. Ariel mom wasn't killed bye pirates.she was killed bye the boat she learned that hook was actually a good guy and she knew he wouldn't hurt her so when she went back to get her music box she didn't realize how close the boat was

  18. :Dora Fakes mental illness in finding nemo
    :Hans wasn't the enemy of the frozen movie but the trolls were
    :Harry Potter is more Voldemort than Voldemort himself

    I'd leave links but I'm lazy and using a phone

  19. did eny one else notice the clock of Mickey mouse that looks like a watch that's a ester egg if you stop it at 0.08 you see it

  20. nemo should've never been mentioned because there's nothing you can throw at it. stupid theory that just makes you look fucking stupid for mentioning

  21. The theories you missed is that Tarzan is Anna and Elsa's brother and that Jane from Tarzan is realated to Belle.

  22. I think that Andy's dad was somehow transformed into Woody…. hey! This theory isn't too far fetched

  23. I do prefer the look of the Disney one though even though i'm to old for this now I still like Peter Pan and maybe will watch the Disney one

  24. Another peice of evidence, supporting the nemo one is Nemo actually means No one in Latin, so the movies actually called, Finding No One

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