Plus it seems like everyone forgot that a bunch of kids grew up with darker kids movies and turned into fine adults, The Land Before Time was pretty depressing, so was Fievels American Tail, The Secret of NIMH, That suicide song in The Brave Little Toaster, etc and no one made an issue out of thoseJenx said:Man, screw this "It's going to be too dark for the children!" nonsense. Such mentality breeds emotionally vulnerable people. It think the story should have been left as it is. If the kids want to ask awkward questions - then that's even better. It's disgusting they change something like that just so that some asshole doesn't have to hurt his brain trying to explain complex ideas and concepts to his little kid.
Oh thanks, now I remember the death of Little Foot's Mom...Furioso said:The Land Before Time was pretty depressing
People on one side of a wall like their toast butter side up, while the other side likes butter side down (fucking weirdos). Both sides don't want the other side corrupting their side, so one side starts off by sending a guard with nothing. Other side sends a guard with a rock to throw. First side retaliates with a guy with a slingshot, and so on until they both have very "destructive" weaponry aimed at each other all for differences in ideology. The End. Obviously a story about how the Cold War was stupid.MB202 said:Butter Battle
It's funny. When I watched the Despicable me movie a couple weeks ago I felt the same about them touting it on their poster. That movie wasn't really very good. In fact it felt like the hour long pilot to an okay cartoon show. It wasn't really about Mad scientist having super silly science slap fights it was about a grouch adopting children and becoming a nice guy through having them (does that ever really happen?) around. Ultimately its only note worthy part was those yellow pill creatures that bare a uncanny resemblance to those lego people tron bonne controlled.RJ Dalton said:Call me crazy, but I was expecting a cock-up of precisely these tremendous proportions when I saw the words "From the creators of Despicable Me" on the poster.