thanks. go ahead, i already mentioned in the thread title that this is for spoiler and story conversation.
what makes me question is that:
it was shown that somehow he managed to have ultimate power, it seems that it was quite useless. sandman was more bad ass. The kid just need to believe in sandman more.
if the staff was easily fixed, why boogyman breaks it in the first place, and why leave it with him?
if the boogeyman can easily “kill” sandman (whatever that means), why didn’t he “kill” easter bunny?
if fun was the real weapon - it wasn’t shown enough fun between him and his sister.
what saddest most for me about this movie is that not the fact that he was being ignored by the kids, but the fact that he was ignored by every other guardian just because he was NOT a guardian. Even though he is the same person he is whether you are a guardian or not.
So this movie is about not being ignored, and not being believed in, and all the other guardians know that Jack Frost exist, know that hes been asking what he is meant for for 300 years, and Santa cannot tell him that (not until Jack Frost is the chosen one), Tooth Fairy didn’t care about him even though she hold the key (the memory).
The movie is great, and I do felt sad at certain moment, but above is what makes me really want to cry while watching the movie. No matter who you are as a person and what is your capabilities, its okay for people to hate (Easter don’t like Jack) and ignore (it was implied that Jack always wanted to see the inside of Santa lair, but was stopped and probably beaten by the yeti guard multiple times) you as long as you are not one of them.
And that pissed me off to no end. As for the head ache, maybe it was something that wrong in the way it was projected then.
Anyway, that was saddened me most. Here is a person that died saving his younger sister, the moon didn’t care (until the universe need his/Jack help, that is), the guardians didn’t care (even though they know that Jack exist). To me personally that was more close at heart than “kid not believing in you”.
its okay for kids not knowing about jack frost because jack is not popular (i live in a snow-less country though) but for the moon and other guardians to leave him lonely in the cold (pun, ha ha!) for 300 years? That is just sad. And that is what really almost put me to tears. Here is a guy more awesome than them (except maybe sandman, since he deliver the final blow) and only care about him when they in danger and Jack is the only one that can save them.
For 300 years. Yikes.