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    Re: What is your least favorite Disney character?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aladdin View Post
    Oh, I think SEVERAL of those were cast very well as Villains.
    Some of the best Disney Characters are Villains! The ones you
    mention are all great villains with different perspectives of how to
    achieve that, and some just played the jobs as henchmen(women).

    Paul and Cynthia with their initial smiling, beautiful exterior matches
    those of Gaston, in Beauty and the Beast. Eisner, who appears to
    be the charming prince that rescues Disneyland and the company
    along with his brother, until Wells dies, and then the Evil Emperor
    is unveilled ~ Scar would be rightly proud of Eisner. George Mitchell
    who appears to be wise choice for the Disney Board, but upon closer
    look he teams up with Eisner, to keep DL in chains of a building on
    the cheap, Frolo and Lady Tremain would be pleased with Mitchell
    keeping DL hostage and locked up. As for Jay Rasullo, his incompetence
    as trying to "brand" every Disney Park the Same as each other , and insisting
    on having this "dreams" promo, AND extending it a second year, THEN
    Removing the Disney Gallery access for ALL Guests, sounds a little
    like any of the evil villain sidekicks, or even the Beast before his
    transformation back to being a human when he say
    "Don't go to the east wing".

    Oh, yes those are some of the BEST Villains Disney has ever had!
    Yay! Beautiful illiteration of this ugly cast of villlanous Disney characters that represent a Festival of Fools.
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    Re: What is your least favorite Disney character?

    Originally Posted by Aladdin
    Oh, I think SEVERAL of those were cast very well as Villains.
    Some of the best Disney Characters are Villains! The ones you
    mention are all great villains with different perspectives of how to
    achieve that, and some just played the jobs as henchmen(women).

    Paul and Cynthia with their initial smiling, beautiful exterior matches
    those of Gaston, in Beauty and the Beast. Eisner, who appears to
    be the charming prince that rescues Disneyland and the company
    along with his brother, until Wells dies, and then the Evil Emperor
    is unveilled ~ Scar would be rightly proud of Eisner. George Mitchell
    who appears to be wise choice for the Disney Board, but upon closer
    look he teams up with Eisner, to keep DL in chains of a building on
    the cheap, Frolo and Lady Tremain would be pleased with Mitchell
    keeping DL hostage and locked up. As for Jay Rasullo, his incompetence
    as trying to "brand" every Disney Park the Same as each other , and insisting
    on having this "dreams" promo, AND extending it a second year, THEN
    Removing the Disney Gallery access for ALL Guests, sounds a little
    like any of the evil villain sidekicks, or even the Beast before his
    transformation back to being a human when he say
    "Don't go to the east wing".

    Oh, yes those are some of the BEST Villains Disney has ever had!
    I don't know. I kinda saw Eisner as King John. Especially because he sucks his thumb.

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    Re: What is your least favorite Disney character?

    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Wrassler View Post
    The characters from Valiant. I watched it on Disney Channel weeks ago and everything was just horrible. It looked like the characters were created with the same animation program used for VeggieTales!

    The jokes were also flat and the characters had no significant personalities or characteristics in my opinion. Plus, who the heck was this film aimed after??? Does anyone here believe that many kids would want to see a film about birds who delivered messages during WWII??? Heck, most young kids don't even know much about WWII at their age.
    Valiant is NOT a Disney movie. Disney only distibuted it
    (one of eisner's moves to show that Disney didn't need Pixar ~
    and we all knew that Eisner was wrong before any of us
    saw Valiant)

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    Re: What is your least favorite Disney character?

    I came in late but I'm joining in the Stitch is horrible brawl. Bad character, bad voice and a Taz rip-off.

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    Re: What is your least favorite Disney character?

    STITCH!
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    Re: What is your least favorite Disney character?

    ACK!!!!! Excuse me...could you pull that out of my back...yeah, that. It's a knife? Wow, who knew.


    Bambi, Pinnochio, Dumbo.........hated them when I was a kid, hate them now




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    Re: What is your least favorite Disney character?

    But what version of Stitch do you hate? Do you hate Experiment 626 or Stitch? When we first met Experiment 626 he was a rude jerk who said something really dirty (don't speak alien so I don't know...). But Stitch at the end of the movie wasn't the same character. He cared for his family and risked his life a few times for them... Experiment 626 wouldn't have. I don't get the whole big fuss about Stitch but as a character, that's a damn good arch.

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    Re: What is your least favorite Disney character?

    Quote Originally Posted by knittingknerd View Post
    But what version of Stitch do you hate? Do you hate Experiment 626 or Stitch? When we first met Experiment 626 he was a rude jerk who said something really dirty (don't speak alien so I don't know...). But Stitch at the end of the movie wasn't the same character. He cared for his family and risked his life a few times for them... Experiment 626 wouldn't have. I don't get the whole big fuss about Stitch but as a character, that's a damn good arch.

    Here's what's odd with me. I liked Lilo and Stitch, I just didn't like the Stitch character. With the flooding on the merchandise, I grew to like him even less. They could be making some great shirts with Dland rides on it, yet they keep making more Stitch crap. Even the pins seem to put Stitch where he doesn't belong.

    My thoughts but I guess people keep buying the stuff so they'll keep making it.

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    Re: What is your least favorite Disney character?

    I like Lilo and Stitch because I like the message behind it (family, redemption, there's a female in power of the universe, the family Lilo comes from isn't this perfect family and yet the sister is trying to make it work.). I like the animation style with the water colored backgrounds. Physical characters were interesting to look at. They weren't typical Disney protagonists. Lilo was a chubby four year old Hawaiian girl who was off. I like that it was such a different picture for Disney. Do I like merchandising of Stitch? No. But I don't buy merchandising. I am really hestitant to buy a _______ doll in general.

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    Re: What is your least favorite Disney character?

    Quote Originally Posted by knittingknerd View Post
    I like Lilo and Stitch because I like the message behind it (family, redemption, there's a female in power of the universe, the family Lilo comes from isn't this perfect family and yet the sister is trying to make it work.). I like the animation style with the water colored backgrounds. Physical characters were interesting to look at. They weren't typical Disney protagonists. Lilo was a chubby four year old Hawaiian girl who was off. I like that it was such a different picture for Disney. Do I like merchandising of Stitch? No. But I don't buy merchandising. I am really hestitant to buy a _______ doll in general.
    Redemption is a powerful message. Everything about the film was fun and exciting - story, charaters, music - everthing! In fact, it raised 2D to a whole new classy level.

    It also sickens me all of those that have the good fortuneof being able to travel to WDW in Orlando and see the attraction - yet all they have to share with us is moans and groans. I've seen videos of the attraction and it looks like a lot of fun - light hearted as it may be in comparison with Alien Encounter.

    I imagine that the Stitch interactive attraction going in at Hong Kong Disneyland is every bit as cool and unique as Turtle talk W/Crush @ DL. I agree with Knittingknerd. C'mom! cut Stitch some slack.
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    Re: What is your least favorite Disney character?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ride Warrior View Post
    Redemption is a powerful message. Everything about the film was fun and exciting - story, charaters, music - everthing! In fact, it raised 2D to a whole new classy level.

    It also sickens me all of those that have the good fortuneof being able to travel to WDW in Orlando and see the attraction - yet all they have to share with us is moans and groans. I've seen videos of the attraction and it looks like a lot of fun - light hearted as it may be in comparison with Alien Encounter.
    I am not bagging the movie Lilo and Stitch by any means. The movie overall is not a bad movie. What I don't like is the character Stitch himself. I agree that redemption is a powerful message, but what is the message that is being portrayed by the ride itself. If you can even call it a ride. It really is not a fun experience and it's not even a ride. You walk through some hallways and then sit in a chair where (for lack of a better word) clamps come down on your shoulders and hold you in the chair so that you can't move. Then there is some smoke here, some kind of effects there and the only thing I can really remember is having Stitch sneak up behind you and burp on your neck. Once was more than enough for me. Not fun in my book.

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