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Classic Kids Movies With Some Dark Hidden Meanings

Had you thought of these movies in this way before?

    Although most of us are now adults (*shivers*), we don’t really want to be. After all, what’s fun about being an adult? We have to pay taxes, we have to work for a living, we have to cook every single day, and don’t even get us started on the chores. EUGH, SO MANY CHORES. Sure, we do get to make ourselves Turkey Twizzlers and smiley potato faces for our dinner, but that just doesn’t make up for the fact that we can no longer live a perfect existence without any worries or strife. We only had to worry about the bear necessities back in the day. Go on; you know you want to sing it.

    To take away from the fact that we are now in charge of our own existence (yikes), we sometimes like to take it back to basics and watch a good ol’ kids movies. So what if we’re no longer a kid in terms of our official age? Our unofficial age has told us that it’s totally cool to watch a children’s film, so there! Whether it’s Disney, Pixar, or something else, there are countless classic kids movies out there that will put a smile on your face and make you forget about the fact that you’re three weeks late for your rent. Actually, you should probably get that sorted kinda soon. You know, to have a roof over your head and all that.

    These movies are arguably some of the most feel-good movies out there. They make your mouth hurt from smiling all the time, they make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, and they just get you, you know? We know. However, like everything else in life, it seems as though these movies are just too good to be true. Yuh-huh, these movies used to make us feel like we could go to infinity and beyond, but these classic kids movies with some dark hidden meaning have got us feeling a little squiggly…

    Finding Nemo (2003)

    finding nemo is a dark story about a dad losing his son halfway across the world

    Ahhh, Finding Nemo. The lovely movie that reunites a father and son in a loving embrace of fins. Or so we thought. At the beginning of the movie, Nemo’s mother and unborn brothers and sisters are eaten by a hungry Baracuda – but Nemo miraculously survives unscathed, apart from a slightly disfigured and “lucky” fin. But did you know that in Latin, Nemo means ‘no one?’ The theory goes that Nemo isn’t actually alive..but is rather a figment of Marlin’s imagination as he comes to terms with the passing of his wife and children. Yikes, excuse us while we go and cry in the corner…


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