What is up with the Disney hate?

TLOTA (Voiceover):
I admit that there is still a fear that we are going to see the movies and TV Shows that were made when 20th Century Fox wasn’t being controlled by the Mouse-Eared Reich get buried in the Disney Vaults and never released again or even worse they’d water down movies like “M*A*S*H”, “Cleopatra”, “Dr. Doolittle”, the original “Planet Of The Apes” movies, “Patton”, “Mrs. Doubtfire”, “Independence Day” or shows on the Fox network like “The Orville” would be so heavily bogged down in memos and notes that their writing staff, production staff and cast would ultimately walk hand in hand going down a line right into the business end of a fully running Helicopter Propeller than be forced to write, produce and star in such below intelligent drivel that’d insult the intelligence of a month old. Maybe “The Last Man On Earth” becomes an even more unbearable pile of garbage! And for those who cannot stand “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy” now well let’s just say after Disney is through with them we won’t be seeing episode 1000 of The Simpsons or a 28th season of Family Guy. Seriously these shows have been going on for an eternity and a half! Give ’em the old Yeller treatment already! But I also remembering Disney having given us timeless classics like “The Sword In The Stone”, “Robin Hood”, “Pinocchio”,”The Black Hole”, “The Little Mermaid”, “Aladdin”, “The Lion King”, “Bambi”, “20,000 Leagues Under The Sea”, “The Apple Dumpling Gang”, “The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again” and so many other their movies that have been a part of everyone’s childhood and for many their adulthood and the kids the adults have. (Cut to James physically)

TLOTA:
However as of late, I’ve noticed something of a trend hating everything the Mouse-Eared Reich have been doing as of late.

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  1. t-kun-unusual-wordsmith-iii
    t-kun-unusual-wordsmith-iii says:

    It is in ways to be on how things are going, to me at least is how Disney is doing all this, but are they using all their know how for the good. Pleasing themselves more than the very people that got them there. Just feels like they searching more narrow looks of business than what keeps a business flowing not stable. That’s how it looks to me, as where this read went, you hit all the right notes on where it counted. Some pacing would need work in some areas as some of the lines felt a little run on, but otherwise, good work.

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