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Re: Disney Movies

Post by Cathrine » Tue Jan 06, 2009 4:19 am

hands down to disney movies. im 22 but i still love my disney lol
favorite gotta be the emperors new groove.
and isnt cars a disney/pixar production?
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Post by Lieziewiezie » Tue Jan 06, 2009 5:57 am

I have a 5-year old living in my home every two weeks and I love the fact we do now own all those disney movies the most. Lovely.
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Post by Jasper<3 » Wed Jan 07, 2009 1:38 pm

Cathrine wrote: and isnt cars a disney/pixar production?
I forgot about Cars. My grandpa is practically obsessed with that movie!
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Re: Disney Movies

Post by roseaurora » Wed Jan 07, 2009 1:48 pm

Did you all know that Cars was a "remake" of an old Micheal J. Fox movie called Doc Holiday?

I was watching TBS or some such channel one weekend and that movie started, I wasn't really paying attention but what I caught seemed SO familiar... and then I realized it was the same story as Cars, only he was a big shot Dr. and not a race car, haha.
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Post by threethings » Wed Jan 07, 2009 3:37 pm

roseaurora wrote:Did you all know that Cars was a "remake" of an old Micheal J. Fox movie called Doc Holiday?

I was watching TBS or some such channel one weekend and that movie started, I wasn't really paying attention but what I caught seemed SO familiar... and then I realized it was the same story as Cars, only he was a big shot Dr. and not a race car, haha.
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Post by Carrisa » Thu Jan 08, 2009 12:33 am

Cars is also based on an actual event about a Route 66. It's basically the same story: the route was used to get to California for a long time until an interstate was built and put Route 66 out of business. Now it's just a scenic route.
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Post by eden1437 » Thu Jan 08, 2009 12:37 am

I haven't seen cars yet!! It's like one of the only Disney films I haven't seen (well that and Herbie fully Loaded with LL) but I love The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin....ok who am I kidding. I pretty much love all of their animated stuff but I can't get into Lady and the Tramp but love the Aristocats!!
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Post by gamb1t » Thu Jan 08, 2009 12:40 am

Lol i'm a 21 year old GUY and I love disney movies. My girlfriend actually makes fun of me for it. Some of my favorites: Mulan, Lion King, Aladdin, and many more. Actually, the disney channel used to have some awesome movies, such as: Smart House, BRINK!!!!, Johnny Tsunami, and I could keep going but I'll let other people mention some lol.
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Post by eden1437 » Thu Jan 08, 2009 12:56 am

gamb1t wrote:Lol i'm a 21 year old GUY and I love disney movies. My girlfriend actually makes fun of me for it. Some of my favorites: Mulan, Lion King, Aladdin, and many more. Actually, the disney channel used to have some awesome movies, such as: Smart House, BRINK!!!!, Johnny Tsunami, and I could keep going but I'll let other people mention some lol.
I totally agree, some of the Disney Channel movies used to be great, my fav was Rip Girls with Camilla Bella...they never show it anymore :(

--And speaking of age (I'm 21 too), is it just me, or as you get older you notice how much violence is in the animated movies?? LOL
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Re: Disney Movies

Post by gamb1t » Thu Jan 08, 2009 1:33 am

eden1437 wrote:
I totally agree, some of the Disney Channel movies used to be great, my fav was Rip Girls with Camilla Bella...they never show it anymore :(

--And speaking of age (I'm 21 too), is it just me, or as you get older you notice how much violence is in the animated movies?? LOL
I agree. There is quite a bit. However, I was watching rated R movies when I was 6, and I turned out ok. So, I don't think violence is bad if someone is there to explain it's wrong. But yes, there is violence in almost every disney movie it seems.
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