As the song goes, "I ain't 'fraid of no ghost." But it should really say, "I ain't 'fraid of no ghost...unless it's one ghost secretly controlling another ghost from the inside. In that case, I'm quite 'fraid indeed."
If you want a tattoo of a certain whimsical fantasy film from the '80s, just tell the tattoo artist you want some ink commemorating The Princess Bride. If the artist says, "As you wish," you know you went to the right place. If the artist says anything else, take your business elsewhere.
From here, it appears that this tattoo is on an arm. However, it would have been more appropriate to get it on the "Ni! Ni!" (For anyone reading this who is not a Monty Python fan, you have our sincerest apologies.)
Robin Williams won an Oscar for his work in Good Will Hunting. But there's probably nobody in the world who has a tattoo of a bearded Williams saying, "It's not your fault." A Mrs. Doubtfire tattoo just makes more sense.
On the one hand, the person who got this tattoo has great taste in comedy. On the other hand, there's a 98% chance that this person spends all day at the office doing a bad Borat impression. So it might be better to look at this tattoo while still staying out of earshot.
This is a great tattoo of characters from the movie Up. But unlike the movie, this tattoo is definitely not making me cry. Sure, my eyes are watering, but that must be because someone's chopping onions nearby.
If the spell is broken, this Chip tattoo will transform back into a tattoo of a person. Which, of course, would be good for Chip, but really bad for the person who suddenly has a human person perched upon her shoulder.
Fact: There are more tattoos of John Travolta dancing in a movie than anyone else in film history. This is a fact that we just made up, but it still feels like it could be true. And that should count for something.