There’s no denying that Disney makes the greatest animation films. These films have the cutest characters, an endearing cast, and the most attention-grabbing animation and sound effects. Adults love them as much as the kids and that is probably why the staff at the theatre doesn’t like these films. Confused? Let’s break it down for everyone’s benefit then, shall we?
|Disney probably doesn't know it yet, but it brings out the worst in kids and parents alike|
1. These films pull in the biggest kid crowds, aka the mob. It’s Cosa Nostra. No one can control them. No one wants to control them. “They’re kids. Let them have fun.” Unsurprisingly, in that part of the world, in that dark, velvet-lined vestibule, this makes for a believable excuse.
2. The kids, they leave a trail of mess behind them. Pop corn, bottles, paper glasses, food packaging, food, soda, snot-filled napkins, sharp shards of plastic from the 3D glasses and an occasional little sibling, they’re all left behind to be cleaned so that the surroundings are clean for the next mob to ravage.
3. The yelling. Oh, the yelling! Let’s not even get started on the yelling. THEY. YELL. A. LOT.
4. They cry. For the seat. For the pop corn. For the merchandise. For you to leave them alone. For this. And for that. They cry. And they don’t stop. Until someone gets hit. Then they cry louder.
5. Everyone’s running around, including some parents.
6. Grown-ups love Disney films as much as the kids. Once the film gets rolling, they lose whatever interest they have in minding their own children. They mind their own business, which is watching the film.These films have a longer shelf life. They last longer than others. There are many shows, sometimes for weeks. That could only mean one thing for the theatre – more devastation.