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November 26, 2012


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Disney needs to stop making kids cry

Journal Entry: Mon Nov 26, 2012, 6:09 PM

Thats a picture of me coming out of the cinema after watching Toy Story 3. And you know what? I don't want people seeing my watery face ;__;" its embarrassing. I am so sick and tired of these Disney films making me embarrassed in front of everybody! You would think alright I am gonna watch an Disney animated film, its gonna be full of kids in the cinema, its gonna be a relaxing movie, it will be filled with jokes and funny characters, its gonna be all fun and games, I am gonna come out of the cinema with a big smile on my face. THEN WHY THE F*CK DID I COME OUT OF THE CINEMA LIKE I JUST WENT TO MY DAD'S FUNERAL?! >:'U

And I swear I don't tear up in movies that try desperately to tear you up, examples being The Notebook, I hated that movie so much. There is no reason to show the couple all old and wrinkly what so ever, like many romantic film they should've just ended it when the couple was most in love, there, credits, end of movie, but no this movie likes to show when the couple are both old and about to die. The only reason I can think of is to make the audience cry, oh why not do that with every other movie? At the end of Spiderman you see an 80 years old Peter Parker crying over the dying Mary Jane in her death bed, lets add that part in. Titanic I didn't cry either, sure I was sad when Jack has to die but it wasn't like a crying moment or anything. But then you have Disney films like Lion King and Up and Toy Story and Finding Nemo and Meet the Robinsons and Wall-E...... They all made me cry like a baby. I came out of the cinema with snot dripping down my nose, tears spilling onto the carpet floor, scrunched up tissues in both hands.

See its ok if Disney wants to bring a few emotional moments into the film.. but seriously don't make it so good. I don't want people to start calling me Cry-Spirit (Thank you), or I know! How about a little warning! Like what they do with contains sexual references and low level violence that kinda thing, on the classification they should have in tiny warning saying 'May contain tear jerker moments' or something right? Or 'You may need a box of tissue'.... no that won't work, it may attract creepy men. But yeah definitely some warning is needed here, because most of the time you can't bloody tell, they disguise it so much! OK I have not seen Wreck-it-Ralph yet (Thanks to Australian cinemas showing it in December for God knows why) but I heard that movie will make you cry, well it will make ME cry for sure, but come on! Its a movie about a videogame character with a lot of other videogame characters cameo... I am afraid to watch that movie now, I might have to cover my eyes in those moments, like I am watching a horror film.

Another alternative is have a director's cut version which edits out all the sad soppy bits. Leave all the jokes and actions in there but get rid of the parts that messes with your feels, if it causes trouble with the flow of the plot then maybe just blur out all the unnecessary bits like Mufasa's death or when Andy played with Woody one last time, blur that shit out. Oh and also beep out all the emotional dialogues. Ry-Spirit cares. :D

:bulletred::bulletyellow::bulletpurple::bulletgreen::bulletred::bulletyellow::bulletpurple::bulletgreen:IT IS CURRENTLY DISNEY MONTH:bulletgreen::bulletpurple::bulletyellow::bulletred::bulletgreen::bulletpurple::bulletyellow::bulletred:

  • Mood: Joy
  • Listening to: Metal Gear music
  • Reading: Marvel vs Capcom Artbook
  • Watching: National Treasure
  • Playing: Zelda Skyward Sword (Nearly finished...)
  • Eating: Pie
  • Drinking: Ice Tea
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makohi Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I'm going to make you a supercut of all the sad scenes in Disney movies.
Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
makohi Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Sounds like a plan
StickeyWolf Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student Artist
Meeh. Disney is boring anyway. Don't usually cry in movies unless my FAVOURITE CHARACTER DIES WHICH THEY ALWAYS DO D: I've only really cried in the last episode of Doctor Who and Layton 3... and Pokemon xD :shrug:
nightcrawlerash13 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012
Don't worry I bawled at the end of Toy Story 3 also XD And you know another movie I bawled at the end of ? Edward Scissorhands ( even though it's not a Disney movie) And I also cry whenever I finish Video Games. Do you do that?
Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
mm some video games i do cry, not much. not as much as movies. I cried at end of Layton 3. And.. i cant think of another one
nightcrawlerash13 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012
ha well.. I cried at the end of Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, In the middle of Final Fantasy 13-2,Final Fantasy Tactics A2, and Okamiden. I actually cry more for video games then movies haha :)
0okami-Rei Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No. We need more tear-jerkers. >D
madlucidity Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Y'know, I think those moments are what make movies such as these memorable. That's why we all remember the Lion King so fiercly, because Mufasa died and Simba couldn't understand what was going on.

To tell you the truth, I'm a souless bastard who didn't cry at any of those moments, however, I still remember those movies (or at least those parts) because of how charged with emotion they were.

I understand you don't like to get out of the movies and have to hide your face because you cried so much, but would those movies really be so good if they didn't have those parts in them?
FaithWalkers Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Professional General Artist
Disney always makes me bawl my eyes out. TwT But I am an emotional person anyway.
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