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Disney remakes that surprised me: I reviewed them all and found 7 advantages over the original cartoons

Disney remakes that surprised me: I reviewed them all and found 7 advantages over the original cartoons

Photo source: Still from the film “The Little Mermaid”

Disney remakes that surprised me: I reviewed them all and found 7 advantages over the original cartoons

Photo source: Still from the film “The Little Mermaid”

Even in a pile of manure you can find different truffles.

The vast majority of modern Disney remakes are rightly criticized for following a social ‘agenda’, sometimes terrible graphics and strange moments in the script, but in several bad projects there are certainly episodes that deserve attention. Believe it or not, even in the scandalous “The Little Mermaid.”

Black Ariel became a meme even before the premiere, and such a choice of the main role was criticized both in Russia and in the West, but a few moments genuinely pleased me. It was the mermaid who was responsible for the death of Ursula, and not Eric, as in the cartoon – that is, Ariel completed the arc of retribution and got revenge on the witch for all the troubles with her own hands.

Additionally, Ariel was able to find a common language with her father and audiences got to see a much more human side of Triton.

In the movie “Cinderella” the stepmother repents, and the stepdaughter, who has become a princess, still forgives her, while in the cartoon the fate of Cinderella’s relatives is never clarified. In 2016’s The Jungle Book, Shere Khan was made believably dangerous and serious – you actually want to be afraid of him, unlike the boastful and cowardly tiger from the cartoon.

‘Aladdin’ with Will Smith as the Genie also ends a bit more logically than the cartoon, because here the wizard from the lamp becomes a full-fledged mortal, as he wanted.

Well, the cardiac arrest that Geppetto experienced in the recent “Pinocchio” probably brought the majority of even adult viewers to tears. Admit it, you also thought the doll’s creator died and cried when Pinocchio started singing?

And earlier we talked about unexpected villains from well-known cartoons – in vain they were considered positive characters.

Author: Alexey Pletkin

Source: Popcorn News

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