wood. What is a tree? Are they just a few trees? Or are they, in fact, wise and ancient beings who live longer than all of us? Maybe they are both. Or neither. Maybe we are thinking too much about this. But there is yet another Earth Day here to celebrate the beauty and wonder of nature. What is the best time to enjoy the splendor of trees? And since we’re basically alive and breathing in the movie, our favorite tree is actually that of the movie. Let’s take a look at the 10 best movie tree recommendations. Because it’s a tree.
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Groot-Guardians of the Galaxy
In fact, Groot is not a tree. He’s a perceptual tree-like creature from space, the monarch of Planet X (in the cartoon), and not just the place where dogs cry in the park. I can only say the three words “I’m Groot”, but he’s the least talkative of the trees, but he adds more inflections to these three words than you might think. I am. As you know, Groot is actually very intelligent and is like a quasi-dimensional superposition engineering expert. Groot’s wooden larynx only negates the subtleties of his speech to the human ear. It’s also good to sit down when it’s sunny. Of course, we still mourn the original Groot, but Baby Groot is Guardians Vol. 2, then the teening route!
Treebeard – Lord of the Rings: Two Towers
He is the eldest son of Ent, the great dad of the Fangone Forest, and is making a fuss at the party. Or maybe not: Treebeard deliberately speaks slowly, being careful not to hurry anything (motto: “Don’t hurry”), Pippin and Mary during a long encounter I shed tears. Despite the fact that he and his Ent brothers played their part in the final collapse of the Salman and Orcish forces, he is a tree like someone you are stuck walking on the London Underground. Sounds like. Still we love him so much!
Toad Tree-Pan’s Labyrinth
It’s a tree designed by Guillermo del Toro, so you’ll be surprised that it’s not like gathering friends to hold a tea party. No, the Panz Labyrinth tree is a twisted orc, inhabited by all kinds of nasty insects and insects, not to mention the overly attractive toad with an immortal key on its belly. Thumb Rule: If you find a tree that can climb or run under the woods or has an entrance to a mysterious world, don’t miss it. You can play with other trees.
Barking Willow-Harry Potter
Trees are almost always stupid. The tree is just sitting there and crouching while carving the initials into the tree and climbing the entire tree. Not a Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry – this perennial plant has an attitude. Planted in 1971, it hides a secret passage between the playground and the Shree King Shack. When someone tries to pass by, a large bloody branch hits his face. Legend has it that one Hogwarts student almost lost his eyes trying to touch it. trunk. Justice of the tree. Will nature fight back? Maybe M. Night Shyamalan was working on something in the happening.
Possessed Tree-Evil Dead
This is one of the scariest images of the messy times of video in the UK. A devil-possessed tree branch invades Ellen Sandweiss’s body and hears her screaming. It is a testament to the mischief of filmmaker Sam Raimi that something as harmless as a mundane tree can turn into such an evil horror device. He can make a bowl of cereal look wicked with the right camera. angle. But as the trees progress, this is definitely not suitable for picnics or midnight walks.
Agent 13 – Smart
What Must Be Considered The Weirdest Cameo of Bill Murray’s Career-Yes, Even Stranger Than Zombieland-The Legendary Funny Man Plays Steve Carell’s Agent Smart’s Second Fiddle, A costume that begs to spend another minute at his company, suffering from the resentment of staying in a tree. It’s even more cheerful to see only his face, his poor, desperate, smile sticking out of the knot hole. “Okay. Who wants to talk to the guy in the tree?” Murray laughs. Karel doesn’t bother telling him what he already knows.
Grandmother Willow – Pocahontas
“Pocahontas … that tree is talking to me!” Willow, an old lady with a face made of green bark and hollow black eyes, like what Giller Model Toro might sketch, especially after a terrible cheese nightmare. As you can see, in the world of Disney, there are trees with faces and songs to sing! -It’s a par of the course. Grandmother Willow tells Pocahontas to listen to her and follow her path, but seek advice from a real tree unless you want to be known as a “colorful character” in local paper. Is not recommended.
Tree of Life (figurative) – Tree of Life
As far as I can understand, Terrence Malick didn’t mention humans like the literal tree of the Tree of Life. He was … talking like every tree. Like nature and junk. We are all trees in our own way, right? We take root, branch and shed our, uh, leaves … hmm … oh wait a minute, the actual literal tree that Brad Pitt and his family are enjoying Climb found that was in the Tree of Life. Thank you. That is the tree I’m talking about here. Forget everything else. It’s one top tree!
Apple Tree-The Wizard of Oz
The Wizard of Oz has many nightmares, but the notion of picking fruit like Dorothy and speaking aloud the tree against it is very painful. Does this cause physical pain to them? They certainly seem to be very erased. “Do you want someone to come with you and choose something from you?” A tree asks Dorothy. Do all the trees secretly feel like this? Do trees get bald every year when they lose their leaves in the fall? How terrible. In any case, the scarecrow intervenes before everything becomes a little evil dead.
Today’s parents are fully annoyed without worrying about the devil tree robbing their children from the bedroom window. It’s not a daily occurrence unless you live in a parcel built on an ancient Indian cemetery, but nevertheless, the children of the Freelings are in their backyard during the interdimensional turmoil. I had to dodge the twisted advance of the creepy butt tree. Would the situation be different if the free ring occasionally snuggled up to the tree? Maybe it shook cheerfully from that branch? Did you sometimes affectionately climb? You can be absolutely sure that the answer is yes. There is also a feeling in the tree.
What is your favorite movie tree? Let’s talk in the comments!
Note: This story was originally performed in July 2014.