Times change, and the taste of kids changed as well. We just got older, and the material stopped appealing to us.

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Monsters Inc. is one of my favourite films, and I don't give a shit about what people think of that.

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Mr. Freeze said:

Times change, and the taste of kids changed as well. We just got older, and the material stopped appealing to us.

There was a time when we liked Disney. Then as we got oldered we stopped.

(No, John. You are the Mickey.)

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Disney puts subtle messages into the cartoons and attempts to brainwash the children of then and now. There's also pissed employees causing trouble for Disney in yet unknown fashions.

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You would have been onto something maybe three years ago, but now that they're paired with Marvel and Lucasfilm, they're headed for another golden age.

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I seem to like Disney's more underrated films like Atlantis and Oliver & Company. But I've seen plenty of good films from them. Yah their TV department sucks (Gravity Falls is ok I suppose. I liked American Dragon and Kim Possible though, though those are toons. None of their live action appealed much though Phil of the Future was a guilty past time).

I haven't seen too many 'Disney labeled' Disney films, in fact the most recent I can think of is Bolt and the fourth Pirates movie. Which I thought were both okay (Bolt more so). I want to see Brave and Wreck it Ralph though.

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next we just might see mickey mouse as the child of mr skywalker and his sister, being inbred and fights GOOFY as a sith lord and swing his large pain exchanger while GOOBY turns out to be the real GOOFY and all GOOBY does is derping and being amusingly dull

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D_GARG said:

skywalker and his sister, being inbred


Lets not turn fandom into canon

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Disney peaked around the late 40s. Everything since then has gone downhill. There have been plenty of quality films and works since, but less and less with each passing decade.

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