Are you a big fan of Disney movies and why?

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Post by hugsforkoo »

I wouldn't say I'm a big fan but I grew up watching them and so i have developed a sense of attachment to them especially the ones i watched as a child.
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I disagree with many of Disney's newer messages, yet, I most give them credit for their original ideas.
Also, The Lion King is awesome.
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I enjoed the pŕevious disney mivies. The new ones lack originality and are spoiling the old concepts. They jist copy and copy and copy. No creativity and nothing new.
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Post by David_M »

I love the old Disney. There's no reason to justify this; they were undeniably awesome.
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Post by Nitin_Mehra »

Yes, because of villains backstory
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Post by Zanne28 »

I like the old movies a lot, but they need their resources into new stories instead of just remakes. It's tiring. I'm tired of seeing the same things over and over again. There are so many good books and stories they could be making instead.
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Post by Jamessmith0901 »

I am a huge fan of Disney movies! There's just something about the magic and wonder of those stories that never gets old. I agree with you about the remakes - some are good, but others just don't live up to the originals. As for my favorite Disney movie, it's definitely The Lion King. I can't get enough of the incredible soundtrack and the heartwarming story of Simba's journey to become king.
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