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Web search results for meet the robinsons franny rule 34 kids from Dogpile. Web Results. Franny Robinson | Disney Wiki | Fandom powered by Wikia. Advert[edit]. Sorry to hog the top post, but if The Number 23 page is an advertisement, then this This is not a forum for general discussion of the article's subject. . 33 Edit request on 1 September ; 34 Adoption Themes criticism; 35 Removal .. University (the lecture hall scene) is possible Frannie's older brother Art. Meet the Robinsons is a computer-animated film and the 47th film in the Disney Lewis also meets a young Franny, who desires to make frogs sing.

Lewis runs out, and the Bowler Hat Guy steals his unattended memory scanner. Wilbur tells Lewis to go back to the science fair and fix the machine. To prove suspicious Lewis that he is from the future, Wilbur takes him to a flying time machine to take them to yearthirty years forward. While giving Lewis a tour of the world of the future, Lewis realizes he can use the time machine to go back and see his mother. Wilbur insists he go back to fix the memory scanner, and while arguing, they crash the time machine.

Wilbur asks Lewis to fix it, and Lewis agrees under the condition that Wilbur takes him back to visit his mother afterwards. Wilbur tries to hide Lewis in the garage of his house, but Lewis leaves and meets Wilbur's grandfather, Bud Steve Anderson. Bud takes Lewis on a tour of the house, during which Lewis meets the rest of the fun-loving and overly-eccentric Robinson family.

Wilbur explains that his father, Cornelius, the only member of the Robinson family that Lewis did not meet, invented several of the futuristic inventions earlier seen, including the time machines coining the motto "Keep moving forward". Despite being provided with blueprints, Lewis is unable to repair the time machine. Meanwhile, Bowler Hat Guy and Doris follow Wilbur and Lewis to the future and attempt to kidnap Lewis so he can show them how his memory scanner works after failing to demonstrate it at InventCo.

Meanwhile, the Robinsons offer to adopt Lewis but change their mind when they discover that he's from the past. Lewis runs away in misery after finding out Wilbur lied to him about going back to see his mom, and encounters the Bowler Hat Guy, who lures him into his time machine by promising to bring him to his mother. In a dark room, Lewis shows the Bowler Hat Guy how to operate his memory scanner but the latter goes back on his word and ties him up.

Lewis questions what the Bowler Hat Guy has against him. As Lewis grapples with the revelation, he repeats his previous question. The Bowler Hat Guy flips on a light, revealing that they're in Lewis' old room at the orphanage, or as he claims, their old room.

He reveals himself as an aged and deeply embittered Mike Yagoobian Goob. He tells Lewis that he is to be blamed for a miserable life of Goob, having kept him sleep-deprived, causing him to lose his little league game. Goob obsessed over this defeat, scaring away his chances at adoption, and stayed at the orphanage after it closed down, eventually coming to blame Lewis for his misery.

Goob initially intended to get revenge by vandalizing Robinson Industries, only to meet DOR Dorisa failed and abandoned invention of Cornelius'. They cooperate to steal the time machine, able to steal it because Wilbur forgot to lock the garage door, and plotted to use it to capture and plagiarize Lewis' first famous invention, to ruin Lewis's career as an inventor. Lewis warns that their actions may drastically alter the future but Goob doesn't care.

Lewis tells his old friend that he should just let go of his past and "Keep Moving Forward", incidentally reciting his future motto. However, Goob finds it more convenient to blame Lewis. Goob and Doris prepare to present the stolen invention to InventCo in the past. Wilbur and his robot Carl Harland Williams save Lewis and the memory scanner and escape.

As they make their way back to the Robinson house, Lewis punches Wilbur in the shoulder for failing to lock the garage door, revealing that he knows he's his father. Then suddenly, Doris destroys Carl and steals back the memory scanner, returning to Goob as their time machine vanishes. The scenery around Lewis and Wilbur still in the future darkens, and Wilbur vanishes into oblivion as history is being rewritten.

That joke seemed to me to be in extremely poor taste, although I understand that nobody can predict the future. For example my mother laughed at that joke and she is Canadian. Another point to be made is that other nation make fun of America in their media. An example of this is when i whent to England my family and I went to see the musical verison of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang".

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In a scene in which the two Vulgarian characters, who are supposed to be stealing the car, are debating over being vular they have a dialog somthing like: Vulaganian 1-"Why can we speak English and be vular? It isn't nice but they do. I any person has a problem with theses sort of jokes in entertainment they can either 1 Not view that sort of entertainment 2 Go into the entertaiment bussiness and pervent thoses sort of joke from being put in scripts 3 Convince the government to create a law forbiding these types of jokes.

In my own oppinion I believe the "North Montana" joke stems from the fact that Canada has taken better care of its resources and America is jealous. Lots of media set in the future makes references to countries or states no longer existing.

It's part of a larger theme of things being so different in that time period. It's rarely taken offensively. Should a Canadian movie which is also released in the US suggest that Michigan, Alaska, and all of the remainder of the Northern United States be amalgamated into Canada, people would cry "National Chauvinism" or something along those lines. The shoe can pinch when worn on the other foot.

To whoever has posted the "Canada sucks" comment, I regret to inform you that anyone who is imbecilic enough to use the word "sucks" in any sort of forum has no credability. I wish to offer my sincerest condolences on the loss of any scrap of credability you had before posting such a distastful excusse for an adjective.

Well oh anonymous American editor, it's interesting how clear statements of fact can receive heated arguments about their truth or not. Should we try and create an experiment about it? As for the movie, I didn't say it was a bad movie. I just said that I felt that line was in bad taste because Meet the Robinsons was targeted for a younger audience. Would you want your children watching Chris Rock's Bigger and Blacker when you knew that they may take that kind of humour as acceptable for everyone?

Children are a lot more impressionable than adults, and as such may think that an insult on a nation's sovereignity is completely acceptable, such as your enlightened statement above. Viridius' statement was a perfect response to my comment, non-inflammatory and factual, as well as persuasive. My response to it may not have been in the best of taste either, but there is a problem I have been noticing while in Indonesia.

I watched a news broadcast about a Raptors vs. It is not very proffesional to get heated up about it, but one thing which we should be teaching our children is respect for our difference. Thus my apology for my inflammatory comment and explanation for my position.

Sorry Viridius, but I just feel in the context of the movie and considering who the target audience is, it was not in the best of taste, thus my comments. I hope no one takes this the wrong way, but it was a joke nothing more nothing less. I think most of you know that there are worst forms of comedy out there. This move happens to be about the future and movies about the future or in some rare cases the past are notorious for have some territory different.

It isn't common in day to day and I don't think it was meant to harm any one, but as I assume most of you know it is impossible to do anything with out making someone mad event if that particular joke had not been there someone else would have said something about the move that hurt them Oh and to whom ever wrote Canada sucks that was very rude of you.

Although it may have been rude but what was said after Canada sucks was important and corect you don't have to watch it if you don't like what is said Disney won't make you. I also would like to point out that the movie has a good message "Keep Moving Forward".

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Once again sorry, but I think there is a difference in what kind of humour should be used in adult films and what should be used in children's films. Plot[ edit ] The section really needs to be broken into paragraphs. I would change it myself but the page isn't editable. If anyone could help, I'd appreciate that!

Uncle Art is a ringmaster. The bowler hat's name is Doris.

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It's "spelled" Dor, pronounced Doris. I just have to figure out how to do it. For example, there are only good reviews in the critical response Someone needs to add negative ones to even it up. Making this it's own section. Not a member, so can someone edit for me? First of all the whole context on the movie is that doris the robotic bowler hat is using Goob pardon spelling aka Bowler Hat Guy to get revenge on the future version of Lewis, who disabled her because she was ,well, evil.

The paradox is that if Doris had succeeded in destroying Lewis' hopes and mass produced herself Lewis would never have grown up to be an inventor and would therefore have never invented Doris. If Lewis never invented Doris then she couldn't go back to the past and shatter Lewis' dreams and he would then grow up to be an inventor and invent Doris who would make it so he never invented her ect, ect, the paradox continues.

Now if this robotic hat is the brains of the opperation and I know for a fact Goob wasn't then why didn't she notice this painfully obvious paradox and devise a slightly less involved plan to destroy Lewis? Yes I do like to analyze childrens movies for fun in excruciating detail.

Man, you need to be a script writer at Disney or a brain surgeon or something! And I'm not saying that script writing is like brain surgery. If Doris is never invented, then Goob will never be smart enough to do anything but egg and TP the factory: If Wilbur doesn't take Louis into the future, Louis doesn't know not to invent Doris. If Louis invents Doris, everything goes bad again.

Isn't time travel complicated? In the words of another Disney character, Ron Stoppable: It's a cornucopia of disturbing concepts. Never let the facts get in the way of a good story. That, I think, applies here. Correct me if I am wrong.

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Doris's plan was to have Goob have her created by Inventco. The moment this is done she would cease to exist. However, that would be the end of the Lewis created Doris. Not the inventco created one.