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Hey, everybody ! I just wanted to say, that I can't, um... I mean, I don't want to spend to much time on Rotten Tomatoes. Lol.
Because, I spend so much time on Skyrock.com now :-P
But, don't worry, I'll still be on Rotten Tomatoes, but I won't be so active, 'cause I'll be on Skyrock.com~
Okay, that's all, bye now, going on Skyrock.com... Rofl ^_^
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Chapter 1 : Hamsters
Seriously, Disney has nothing else to do but humiliate hamsters.
As a hamster owner, I'd hate to read, see or hear anything that insults my little babies or would make them look stupid. For example, look at Rhino, the hamster from their movie "Bolt". You all think he's funny and cute, right ? Well, I absolutely hate him. He's a disgrace to the hamster species. And some little children might ask their parents to buy a hamster for them, because they liked Rhino so much. That makes things even worse, knowing that the children that buy the hamster probably don't even know how to take care of them properly, and the poor little rodent dies in a few days. That is horribly discusting. You don't know how much I hate him. I'd rather kiss a snail than hear somebody mention his name. Rhino is a useless, stupid, pathetic, dumb idiot. Maybe a bit like the person(s) who created him. Oh, how I hate him, I hate him, I hate him !
And Bucky, the hamster from "G-force". He was the only hamster in the pet shop ? Okay, you may now admire Disney's lack of intelligence.
Chapter 2 : Fur pattern[U] and colour [/U]
Mittens. Blaster. Darwin.
Those are only a few of Disney's animals who have an inexistent fur pattern in real life. Why doesn't Disney just surf the internet, and research more about the existing fur patterns for animals ? Even I, who never, ever had guinea pigs, know the fur patterns that they can have, and trust me, Darwin's, Blaster's, Juarez's and Hurley's ("G-force") fur pattern do not exist in real life. Seriously, Disney is way to lazy to even on their computers or open a book.
Oh, and their movie, "Ratatouille". The main character is a blue rat. Did you ever see a wild, blue rat ? Me neither. No, wild rats can only be brown, not cream, not red, not blue, only brown.
Chapter 3 : Teeth colour
Did you all see the colour of the animals' teeth ? Yes that's right, snow-white. The animals teeth are always as white as snow, as white as clouds, as white as paper. Oh, because animals always brush their teeth, three times a day ? That's what Disney seems to think. Absolutely pathetic. What idiots.
The animators/drawers don't have a brain or what ? Not all animals have snow-white teeth. Especially hamsters. Their teeth are naturally yellow. Hamsters have yellow teeth. Yellow teeth. Yellow teeth. Rhino and Bucky ? Snow-white teeth.
Chapter 4 : Imagination
You know the books "Warrior cats"/"Warriors" ? Written by Erin Hunter ? I love those books, eventhough I don't read them anymore. You know what I like in those books ? I like the adventure, the story, and especially how richly imagined it is. The writers (there are four writers, not one) have imagined a lot of things, from making beautiful but odd names for the characters, to making some sort of "special language" for them. You see, the main characters are feral cats, who live in four clans, Shadowclan, Thunderclan, Windclan and finally, Riverclan. The cats' names are actually two words combined together, for example, Grayheart, Stoneclaw, Flamepaw, Rosetail, Owlwhisker, Reedfur, Barkears, Tallpaw, just to name a few names I made up myself, based on the names in the book.
The cat clans all have one leader, who name always ends with "star", after seeing Starclan, the clan of their ancestors, who will give them their name and eight more lives. And my favourite part... their language !
Do you know what the cats call us, humans ? They call us... Twolegs ! And houses, they call them "Twoleg nests" ! And do you know what they call domesticated cats ? "Kittypets" ! And the best word the writers have ever invented for the cats... Sun-drown-place ! It's the cats' word for the sea ! Now you will never hear that in any Disney movie. I mean, come on Disney, "green boxes" ("The Wild") ? "Magic box" ("Bolt") ? That's all you have ? So little imagination...
And they never come out with original names, they only use human names, or some "animal-ish" names like Speedy, Sandy, Peanut, Nutty...
And almost all of them can read. Wow.
And also, one more thing. This problem is not only found in Disney's movies, but also in other company's movies. The problem is about their names. They only respond to the name that their owner(s) have given them. Didn't the mother of the animal gave him/her a name when that animal was born ? Just like us, humans ? When we have a child, we give him/her a name, right ?
And the animals know the names of practically all human objets. Mittens knew what a T.V. was, and she even knew that humans act in T.V. shows. Pathetic. Even DreamWorks is more imaginatif (eventhough they are over-anthropomorphised, the forest animals in "Over The Hedge" didn't know what a hedge/hockey stick/car was, and same for the bees in "Bee Movie", they didn't know what a tennis ball was, and even thought they were flowers).
Chapter 5 : Sounds
In the movie "Bolt", did you heard Mittens' meow when she and Bolt were asking food from the humans ? Me too. That meow was the most stupidest meow I ever heard in a movie ! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ! What a bunch of idiots, why don't they search for a more realistic meow ?
Oh, Disney, Disney, Disney...
And the stupidest thing ever... the rodents. Hey, Disney, you know... Rodents don't squeak that much! I should know that ! I'm a hamster owner ! And I bet that they are far more intelligent then all the persons who work for Disney combined ! (Sorry, I overreacted, but I have a good reason to do that,) Rodents squeak only sometimes, not everytime they are talking ! And they especially don't squeak as loud as Remy, the rat from "Ratatouille" !
And especially not cockroaches ! The cockroach in "Wall-E" was squeaking every second of it's life !
Chapter 6 : Understanding of other's speech.
In every Disney movie containing animals, the animals, of course, can understand human speech, and the speech of other animals. Wow, extremely original and very imaginated. Okay, okay, I know that the animals have to interact with each other, I mean, what would the animal movies be without animals understanding other animals' speech ? But [U]come on[/U], in the "Warrior cats" books, the cats do not understand human speech, nor any other animal speech. They only understand cat language ! Absolutely beautiful and original.
Disney ? "No, they have to understand human speech, yeah, yeah, of course they do !"
You know, animals are are not humans !
Of course, I accept that for the animals that other people call "furry" animals, but for not-so-anthropomorphic animals, I'd prefer some more originality. And of course, like everybody else, I don't know if animals do understand human speech, but there's always this little voice that's telling me : If we can't understand animal language, why should they understand us ?
And of course, I know the movies are animated and fake and stuff, but sorry, I love originality and realism, and that is, hopefully, never going to change.
Thank you for reading this.
If you do not agree with me, you know how to exit this page. Just click on the little "X" at the top-right of your screen. But, I think it is a bit difficult to not agree with me...
No, really, I like/love Disney's movies, but... yeah.
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