posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 03:13 PM
reply to post by windword
Actually, that is not such a bad idea.
Why don't parents filter some of this consumer trash that tries to come in?
Do you feed mcdonalds to your kids? Or gummybears? Or would you prefer some real food?
Even though I liked the early films and series made by Disney himself, after his death, disney studios gradually went towards becoming some sort of
cultural pollution, especially since the eighties.
With quicker and quicker, nervous-breakdown like rhythms, and a uniform set of messages sexualizing children early on. Cheap comedy and cultural
stereotypes are abundant in these films though.
Plus, in contrast to Donald Duck or Snow White, the disney world of the eighties and nineties gradually became the epitomy of tastelessness,
aggressive kitsch, as well as a consumer conquest of the real worlds of other cultures.
In faraway countries which have their own film traditions including creative cartoons, poorer children usually get a dose of disney every day. It's
on their shirts, in their books displayed in the malls, the textbooks, at school, and I doubt that it won this over 90% market share by being so damn
Well, Lenin used to be present in every Soviet home... go figure.