As a rule with most things Disney, I can tolerate the product for a certain amount of time, with most of the DVD’s nowadays laced with jokes and innuendo suited for the adult audience. And whilst this film is quite funny, it doesn’t half lose its appeal after so many viewings.
Another classic story given the animation makeover. The story of Rapunzel had escaped me in my own childhood but thanks to this film, I now understand the repeated references I missed over the years. It is not the story that irks me. It’s Disney.
Yes, marketing is a big issue in business and you have to make your items attractive to all ages at all times. But not that much, surely?
It’s a drug. No, really. Addicted to watching, sore eyes, inane laughter, wanting to dress up?! Come on, it’s worse than coffee or LSD!
And for a three year old you can triple the addiction factor. I have been made to watch that film for what feels like every day for the past year. As i said, it was funny in places, and that chameleon still makes me smile when I’m off guard, but enough is enough. Disney has a duty to stop making films so………… needy. Apparently my daughter has to watch it.
And this has side effects. We recently had a party at home for the girl’s third birthday. Can you guess the theme?
Rapunzel. Those big Disney eyes plastered on posters, banners, table cloths, cups, etc. Everywhere.
It’s true its not just Disney, but that was the thing on the TV when I popped home for my lunch. Drives me mad.
If you’d stayed in your tower, they couldn’t have made a bloody film about you!!