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evilproduct:

The Expeditions Trilogy

Don’t lie, these were three of your favorite movies in childhood. Unfortunately none of them had great financial success at the box office, which left them as stand alone films. Apparently had El Dorado done well there were going to be more Miguel and Tulio films featuring them visiting other marvels of civilization conducting various con jobs. Atlantis was going to have an animated TV series and Disney World attractions that got scuttled after the movie performed poorly. Treasure Planet apparently almost got a sequel too but that’s all we know about that. Thematically, all they have in common are expeditions to hidden places for legendary secrets, but dammit if they don’t fit together perfectly. One thing is for certain though, no one should have to watch Atlantis: Milo’s Return.

The Road to El Dorado (2000)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
Treasure Planet (2002)

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eruspertempus:

acedefectiveinvestigations:

This game has far too much charm.

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s00tball:

I just died.

s00tball:

I just died.

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donkos:

gekkan shoujo nozaki-kun is a treasure,

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raspomme:

Papercut art by ユリ

Permission was granted by the original artist to use these images.

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gothiccharmschool:

The pink glass one! Oh, that is gorgeous.

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