As the manifestation of winter, Jack Frost is capable of manipulating ice and snow. His clothing consisted of a white v-neck undershirt with a brown vest and brown trousers. He also wore a brown poncho to covered himself from the cold. He was seen with ice skates but was never seen wearing them.
Of course, those messages were couched in the traditions of Santa and the Easter Bunny and the Man in the Moon and so forth, but they were there, and they were actually generally well done.
Jack is frustrated because he is invisible.
Jack feels like he is lacking substance, along with wondering about his purpose. The Guardians, however, are different. Kids believe in them and can see them—the Guardians have substance and purpose.
Jack wants what they have, and yet, he is afraid that to get it he will have to give up all the fun and joy in his life. Manny goes to the Guardians and tells them to bring Jack in — that he too is to be a guardian.
This is a surprise — they know Jack, they know his reputation. Jack may have wanted to be a guardian, he may have wanted to believe that Manny had a purpose for his life, but nonetheless, he took a little convincing. What if becoming a guardian meant a boring life—all seriousness and work and no play?
Not only that, but Jack found his joy increased, not decreased as he did so. What were they protecting mankind from? Pitch has striking similarities to Satan in the way he operated. Both deal in fear and lies and manipulation.
I do want to point out though that Pitch is defeated when the kids resist the temptation to fear, replacing fear with hope and joy — beautifully done! Resist the devil and he will flee! I do want to take a moment however to point out a few ways that the Christian story is even better than this one.
The guardians question why Jack was chosen. We are never chosen because of our gifts or our abilities. We are chosen in our absolute and utter poverty.
God needs nothing from us and we have nothing we can give to him except our love and worship. God chooses us because He loves us. Jesus came to heal the sick, to set the captives free. Those are the people he chooses, those who are desperate for a savior, who need light and life, who need health and freedom—those who are nothing without Him.
So yes, God sees more in us—He sees who He intended us to be with His help—but we are not chosen because we are special or because He gave us special gifts. We are not chosen because we are gifted, we are gifted because He chose us, and when He chooses us, He equips us.
What a glorious concept! The concept of belief or rather who to believe in gets a little muddled in Guardians because of the layers. Jack is struggling with his belief in Manny. It is the triune God who is to be believed in.RISE OF THE GUARDIANS is an epic adventure that tells the story of a group of heroes – each with extraordinary abilities.
When an evil spirit known as Pitch lays down the gauntlet to take over the world, the immortal Guardians must join forces for the first time to protect the hopes, beliefs and imagination of children all over the world. Rise of the Guardians is harmless enough, and the lack of easy pop-culture jokes represents the post-Shrek direction of DreamWorks well enough.
But this is the studio's least entertaining film%. Jamie Bennett (Rise of the Guardians) Summary Jack's family moves to Burgess to try and recover from a tragedy and Jack has no hopes for it being any different from before.
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When an evil spirit known as Pitch lays down the gauntlet to take over the world, the immortal Guardians must join forces for the first time to protect the hopes, beliefs .