My friends need to be punished.

(Source: mockingjayvevo)

viridianvenus:

coldfeet4:

me and my sister are watching stitch has a glitch, and lilo was saying that whole, “my mom was beautiful like an orchid, and graceful like a wave, and what does my sister say?

"and like a wave, she crashed and died." 

I just laughed WAY harder than i should have.

"Do you know who this is? It’s your mother. She won the competition when she was your age. She was as beautiful as an orchid and as graceful as a rolling wave."

(Source: surfthehawaiiansea)

jackfreak1994:

Title: A Second Chance
What if during a cell checkout Lilo was assigned to do, she is met once again with Leroy and his clones. They’ve spent 11 years in prison, trained to be evil and left forgotten all because of Hamsterviel. She realizes that she never had the chance to give them a better life, and had left a part of her family behind. Feeling guilty, she asks the Counsel Woman’s permission to give her the chance to rehabilitate them properly. The Counsel woman feels unsure about it at first, but with Lilo’s history on Jumba’s experiments and 626, she allows it. Knowing Stitch would disapprove of her decision, Lilo keeps it a secret. She would spend her afternoons teaching, and caring for them hoping they can become well behaved, and trustworthy to others. She even began to give each of them names, to prove that each one is unique instead of just being seen as clones.It wasn’t long until Stitch began noticing Lilo’s odd behavior and sudden absences, whenever he’d ask, she would change the subject or just make excuses. Stitch begins to grow suspicious and decides to follow her one afternoon, and discovers her secret. As Lilo predicted, Stitch becomes furious at the risk she is getting into, especially without him or any other officer being there to protect her. He refuses to believe that they will change for the better, and even suspects that the Leroy’s might be planning something, and are using her as a cover. Despite his disapproval, she still is willing to help them, and is confident that someday the Leroy’s will become good and be part of their big Ohana. Even though he still disagrees with her decision, he decides to accompany Lilo to make sure she’s ok, and also to keep a close eye on the Leroy’s. Are the Leroy’s going to be turned good, or are they actually planning something?I’ll leave that to your imaginations.

jackfreak1994:

Title: A Second Chance

What if during a cell checkout Lilo was assigned to do, she is met once again with Leroy and his clones. They’ve spent 11 years in prison, trained to be evil and left forgotten all because of Hamsterviel. She realizes that she never had the chance to give them a better life, and had left a part of her family behind. 

Feeling guilty, she asks the Counsel Woman’s permission to give her the chance to rehabilitate them properly. The Counsel woman feels unsure about it at first, but with Lilo’s history on Jumba’s experiments and 626, she allows it. 

Knowing Stitch would disapprove of her decision, Lilo keeps it a secret. She would spend her afternoons teaching, and caring for them hoping they can become well behaved, and trustworthy to others. She even began to give each of them names, to prove that each one is unique instead of just being seen as clones.

It wasn’t long until Stitch began noticing Lilo’s odd behavior and sudden absences, whenever he’d ask, she would change the subject or just make excuses. Stitch begins to grow suspicious and decides to follow her one afternoon, and discovers her secret. 

As Lilo predicted, Stitch becomes furious at the risk she is getting into, especially without him or any other officer being there to protect her. He refuses to believe that they will change for the better, and even suspects that the Leroy’s might be planning something, and are using her as a cover. Despite his 
disapproval, she still is willing to help them, and is confident that someday the Leroy’s will become good and be part of their big Ohana. 

Even though he still disagrees with her decision, he decides to accompany Lilo to make sure she’s ok, and also to keep a close eye on the Leroy’s. 

Are the Leroy’s going to be turned good, or are they actually planning something?

I’ll leave that to your imaginations.

bronze-wool:

Lilo & Stitch concept art by Andrew Hickson.

foreverdisneynerd:

Lilo and Stitch Bedtime Story scene animation by Rune Brandt Bennicke

foreverdisneynerd:

The two people running by in this scene after StItch goes berserk on the beach are actually animated versions of the directors, Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois! The one with blond hair and sunglasses is Sanders and the large guy with a beard is DeBlois. 

foreverdisneynerd:

The two people running by in this scene after StItch goes berserk on the beach are actually animated versions of the directors, Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois! The one with blond hair and sunglasses is Sanders and the large guy with a beard is DeBlois. 

2000ish:

remember when Stitch died?

Do you know what i appreciated the most about this scene? In most movies when someone dies the person left behind says pretty much the same thing. “Don’t leave ME. I need you.” But here Lilo keeps it all about Stitch and what he needed. She didn’t make it about herself.

Despite being a HUGE Lilo and Stitch fan (we have a painting of Stitch over our fireplace), I have never actually seen Stitch Has a Glitch. When I saw the preview for the movie and heard about it, I was so upset that Stitch would be hurting that I flat out refused to watch it. I still haven't. (I am very protective of Stitch, to the point where I leave the room during Stitch's 'lost' scene in the original movie)
Anonymous

madamecolumbia:

fyliloandstitch:

Yeah, I can see that. The movie is pretty emotionally brutal. But honestly it has some of the CUTEST moments between L&S. In fact I would consider the ‘she’s touching me’ scene as being my most favorite moment out of the entire franchise. I really think you should watch it at least once. Yes, some parts will make you really uncomfortable, but the best parts make it worth it. It’s on Netflix streaming right now.

The first time I watched, I swore I never would again. Now it’s one of my favorites. You will SOB, but I feel like it is an important part of their journey together. And the Elvis moments are just adorable.

dekudork:

stitch attacked me and gave me like a 30 second kiss

i love this

dekudork:

stitch attacked me and gave me like a 30 second kiss

i love this

Despite being a HUGE Lilo and Stitch fan (we have a painting of Stitch over our fireplace), I have never actually seen Stitch Has a Glitch. When I saw the preview for the movie and heard about it, I was so upset that Stitch would be hurting that I flat out refused to watch it. I still haven't. (I am very protective of Stitch, to the point where I leave the room during Stitch's 'lost' scene in the original movie)
Anonymous

Yeah, I can see that. The movie is pretty emotionally brutal. But honestly it has some of the CUTEST moments between L&S. In fact I would consider the ‘she’s touching me’ scene as being my most favorite moment out of the entire franchise. I really think you should watch it at least once. Yes, some parts will make you really uncomfortable, but the best parts make it worth it. It’s on Netflix streaming right now.

tinkeperi:

Disney Fine Art: “Hula Stitch" by Manuel Hernandez:)

tinkeperi:

Disney Fine Art: “Hula Stitch" by Manuel Hernandez:)

actionweirdo:

I’m in school as Lilo Pelekai from Lilo and Stitch today!It’s the last week of school, so we dress up everyday.

omg i love this. You’re adorable!

actionweirdo:

I’m in school as Lilo Pelekai from Lilo and Stitch today!
It’s the last week of school, so we dress up everyday.

omg i love this. You’re adorable!