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Is the boss the Patriarchy?
you got me. I was hopping the bandwaggon by defending this movie that I have no interest in seeing from criticism that has nothing to do with the movie. Please forgive me.
Well of course this was a joke post about how crazy the response to this movie is. It can go past criticism into something that is like a reaction to something you usually see when tumblr gets behind a hate for some blogger that said something horribly offensive. Not even the 50 Shade of Grey movie has generated this amount of anger.
Don’t get me wrong. I believe that Disney should take a risk every now and then and do something different in their messages. Hell it’d be good for them I think. Many classics are made when the people behind the film visit a touchy subject (To Kill a Mockingbird as an example). It just seems that Disney is trying to play it safe recently. For a company that is full of fresh minds and many people that would like to give new positive messages they seem to be wanting to not push too deep in that sense so they don’t cause any alarm among the viewers. I think that sucks.
Back to Frozen. I think people are getting a little too overboard with this stuff. A lot of criticism it gets is criticism on the company itself. Criticism about the movie seems a bit hard to come by when most people are blaming this movie for being too white or not diverse enough in body sizes or whatever. My take on it is that it isn’t cool to blame the movie and the people who have worked their asses off on the production of that movie for the problems with Disney. It would be like someone telling me my drawing sucked because I was incredibly rude to him the other day. It’s just unfocused. I don’t think that since because it doesn’t do much in terms of moving forward and being progressive it is a bad movie. I think it would be a bad movie for what was in it.
Ultimately though whether or not you want to support this movie due to Disney’s mucking about on social issues is entirely up to you. It would still be a valid reason either way.
Now why did I respond to this? Eh. I had nothing better to do at the moment.
(PS I thought Frozen didn’t look good at all so I am not just hopping on the “DONT SAY BAD BOUT DISNEY!” train. I haven’t even seen it nor do I want to. With that in mind I can’t say much about the animation argument since I don’t care enough to watch the movie for the sake of understanding that whole issue.)