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4 – Rugrats – The Dead Baby Theory
Angelica imagined all those babies because she doesn’t have any friends. Chuckie died a long time ago with his mother, that’s why Chaz is such a nervous wreck. Tommy was stillborn, which is why Stu spends countless hours alone in the basement making toys for the son who never had a chance to live. The DeVilles had an abortion and Angelica couldn’t figure out whether their baby would have been a boy or a girl, thus creating the twins. This explains why only Angelica is able to speak to the babies. Turns out Angelica is one seriously messed up lonely little kid. Suzie is actually Angelica’s only friend, but goes along with her delusions because she feels sorry for her poor crazy friend.
3 – Aladdin – Future Theory
When the Genie first pops out of the lamp, he says that he has been locked inside his lamp for 10,000 years. Next, he proceeds to tell Aladdin that his clothes are so third century. The genie also makes a ton of pop culture references from the 1990s, signalling that perhaps some type of apocalypse has taken place since then. Which would help to explain the magic and flying carpets, these could be a result of nuclear radiation. This also sheds some light on the lack of technology, perhaps this apocalypse was a result of a giant solar flare which would wipe out our magnetic field and with it, our technology. So, the whole tale we know and love of Aladdin actually takes place in a post-apocalyptic future.
2 – Lilo and Stitch – CIA agent dead parents theory
Lilo and Nani’s parents were secret undercover CIA agents, but perished on a classified mission in Hawaii. Cobra Bubbles worked with them in the agency and was a close friend, and as such promised to keep an eye on their children after their passing. That’s why the leader of the Galactic Council recognises him, heck, he even mentions working at Roswell! That’s why this so-called social worker doesn’t remove Lilo from an obvious chaotic home. Ever notice that odd obsession of Lilo’s to take photos of fat people on the island? Lilo’s parents were probably scoping out their target, who was probably a fat person, and were taking surveillance photos. think about it, it’s a lot easier to be undercover and take photos with a little kid with you doing your dirty work. No one suspects a child! That’s why these photos mean so much to Lilo, it takes her back to a happy memory when her parents were still alive.
1 – My Neighbor Totoro – Totoro is the Angel of Death Theory
The hospital that the sister’s mother is seen in was based on a real hospital for terminally-ill patients. In other words, she’s doomed. When the villagers find the slipper in a pond, Satsuki can’t admit to herself that her sister may have drowned and denies that it’s her slipper, but actually, it was Mei’s slipper, and she has already drowned. Ever since this scene, every time you see the little girls, they don’t cast shadows, because Satsuki went searching for her missing sister and must have lost her life in the attempt, possibly drowning in the same river as her little sister. That moment when Satsuki pleades with the archangel of death Totoro to take her to where Mei is and boards the cat bus, that’s her journeying to the netherworld, she has just died and is now joining her sister in the world beyond. There’s even a theory that the entire movie is based on a murder which took place in Japan in the 1960s of two little girls, an older and younger sister, rumour has it, the little sister was found dead first and the older sister rambled something about a great big racoon monster and a cat monster, creepy stuff from such a sweet childhood movie isn’t it?