Following the Splash Mountain announcement, some are calling for a re-theme of another Disneyland attraction -- Pinocchio's Daring Journey.
Following the Splash Mountain announcement, some are calling for a re-theme of another Disneyland attraction -- Pinocchio's Daring Journey.insidethemagic.net
Crosswalkx Street said:I'm not going to see Pinocchio remake as the original 1940 cartoon featured child slavery, child abuse and animal cruelty.
To the Disney company, if your reading this please stop. Your original animated movie Pinocchio 1940 made me upset with the child slavery and animal abuse scene. I'm upset with the Disneyland ride Pinocchio's Darling Journey as it depicts 2 donkeys being caged which upsets me very much, I hope they remove the child slavery reference and remove the cages from the 2 donkeys.
I didn't even like what Walt Disney was doing exposing people to child slavery to family audiences when he originally made the animated movie in 1940. Please Disney company, stop showing Pinocchio 1940 on Disney Plus or selling the Pinocchio DVDs and Blu-rays. Child slavery is a very sensitive topic for most families in today's world and this movie gave me negative feelings, I'm upset with the MPAA rating labeling calling it rated G when it should've been PG-13, I don't even like the original Pinocchio book as it also featured child slavery.
As for the Bambi remake, I could care less, as I was very bored with the original 1942 cartoon movie because the story was too slow and confusing for me to follow I still don't remember Bambi very well. I'm still disappointed with the way Disney remade Lion King which bored me the entire time, I'll see the original 1994 Lion King carton movie instead. I have no interest in a Bambi remake as it will be a cash grab film that I'm not interested in seeing.
I refuse to see the live action Pinocchio remake or support it as the Disney company is doing it for a cash grab and glorifying child slavery and animal cruelty which makes me sick. I'll see a better Disney film like Meet the Robinson's instead.
Not quite how it works. There is no requirement for demolition and there are different levels of renovation. They very much could replace the ride if desired.Aren't these structures housing the dark rides grandfathered anyway, meaning they couldn't do anything dramatic with the rides anyway, even if they wanted to, without tearing down the whole structure (Snow White ride and all) and rebuilding from scratch? At best, they would have to settle for just lightening the tone, like the nearby Snow White ride.
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