|ilyTango ||05-22-2010 09:02 PM |
Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
So, for those of you who remember that movie, you'll know that it's fantastically animated, but so, so inaccurate-a fact I only realized after I started riding horses.
Let's make a game of it: everyone say one thing about the movie you noticed that is totally out of character for a real horse, and I'll go first.
Well, there's a lot, but I'll first point out that realistically it would be a quiet older mare (Spirit's mother, I'm assuming) who would be leading the herd, and not a young, cocky, inexperienced stallion.
|equiniphile ||05-22-2010 09:08 PM |
That none of the mustangs have any leg markings!
|smrobs ||05-22-2010 09:09 PM |
The fact that he climbed up a sheer rock face like a mountain goat. Mustangs are sure footed, but not that agile.
|equiniphile ||05-22-2010 09:14 PM |
-Or- that crazy jump!! When he jumped the canyon? I remember when I was little I asked my mom if horses could really do that. She said only some horses could. I asked if a horse like Arthur (my horse) could. She told me that breed was very good at canyon jumping :p
|PaintsPwn ||05-22-2010 09:33 PM |
The fact they call him a buckskin.... but he has dun factor :P
|paintsrule ||05-22-2010 10:54 PM |
The mustangs talk to each other vocally instead of with body language
|smrobs ||05-22-2010 10:56 PM |
The fact that he just one day decided that it was okay for this one human to ride him after the fiasco in the fort corrals.
|Spastic_Dove ||05-22-2010 11:34 PM |
|JumpsxGlory ||05-22-2010 11:46 PM |
^^ Haha I never noticed that before!!!!!!!!
I would say...
He would've just taken off even with the corral there. It wouldn't of stopped him
|equiniphile ||05-22-2010 11:50 PM |
In one scene, Rain has a cheekbone and in the next, the underline of her head is a straight line
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