I like the movies and some of the shows like Phineas and Ferb and Sweet Life but I want to see more MIckey Mouse and his pals...I know he's on Playhouse Disney but I want to see Mickey and pals on cartoons that dont have to do with little children education
Heck, I like Disney. If it weren't for the heavy plot and large number of spin-offs, I'd be all over Kingdom Hearts in, well, a heartbeat.
I think Disney Channel sucks with the exception of Phineas and Ferb (sometimes Wizards is good too.) As for Disney movies, I love all of the ones from the Disney Renaissance era and The Princess & The Frog. I'm happy to see they will be doing a 2D film every couple of years again. Pixar is awesome (see Up and Toy Story 2 & 3 for details.) The live-action ones...it's hit or miss with them. Some are good (Enchanted, PotC #1), and some not so good (PotC #2 & #3.)
So overall I'd say they're good in my book. If Tangled turns out to be good than I'll be happy. If not...well, it wasn't made for me anyways, so I'll just move on with my life.
The movies honestly are good, just so long as they're not based on any show on Disney. The shows just sorta suck, with the exception of Phineas and Ferb (Ohhhh yeah ;) ...i'm so cool)
But after Hannah Montana and the Jonas Brothers, what little respect I had for Disney was just sort of crushed...
So... I herd u liek Mudkipz?
Prepackaged bubblegum pop is nothing new, nor is making a business out of marketing them. I'm not sure exactly why people get all riled when Disney does it but not when the plethora of other managers or companies do it.
However, changing the name of their Rapunzel movie because they don't think that boys watch movies with girls names in the title is just STUPID. They're in a position to change that thinking and reap the benefits, but instead they're limiting their fanbase even further by living in the past.
When I start feeling apathetic towards modern Disney (and that's not hard, unless I'm watching Pixar), I just go back and watch some of their classic films, or old theatrical shorts. I've got pretty much every major short from the 20s through 50s on those Disney Treasures DVD tin sets.
I don't utterly hate Disney, but I have to say their genuineness is declining. Back in the day it was more "heartwarming animation, with a message" but now they're leaning more towards "Put Miley Cyrus on everything, profit billions".
Turn on Disney channel, find no cartoons. Just Phineas and Ferd and the occasional movie.
Cartoon Network is better, but nothing beats Disney movies.
I like Disney movies, old and new. However, their animated offerings are generally far better than any of their live-action films, IMO, although movies under the Touchstone banner have been successful. Their partnership with Pixar Studios is a match made in heaven.
They might have taken liberties in storytelling in their animated movies, but let's face it: a lot of us picture the Disney characters when we actually do read the story. How many read the fairytales before seeing the Disney film?
I don't really like their tweencoms, although my daughter does. They did have some great animated television programming, though, with Gargoyles, Duck Tales, TaleSpin, and Rescue Rangers.
I think that we hold them up to too high of standards, which is understandable due to their track record of excellant animated movies, both new and old. When I watch a Disney movie I expect a lot, and I usually get a lot more, which is good.
Now their TV and live-action shows are a whole other story.
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All there teen shows are some of the worst crap you can find on t.v
but most of there movies are great there eraly movies where a huge mile stone in flim they made meny great movies after that there pixar movies are very very good expeslaty toy story.
Well the movies are good but with there's not much cartoons aside from Phineas and Ferb and Fish Hooks now. I also liked the pixar movies except for Up, it just didnt fill the fantastical fantasy that was Disney Pixar!