Do you remember back when you were an impatient five year old, and The one thing that could calm you down was to sit in front of a Disney movie? Well, I for one, remember those days quite clearly. Yet, over a decade later, we are forced to believe that all Disney movies have two things in common: undeniably catchy tunes, and evil hidden messages. Yes. Hidden Messages. And for this reason, there's a strong possibility that five year old girls will not have the comfort of falling asleep at night knowing there's a charming prince awaiting her. Why? Because these movies might be taken off the shelves.
Who are we to judge these movies, when it took us decades to notice any of these messages? How many times have I watched Aladdin, without even getting a clue that he says All good teenagers take off your clothes' or that there are pornographic images in the sky, if I played connect the dots with the stars? What five year old would purposely pause the Aladdin video, while Jasmine is singing A Whole New World, just to play connect the stars? Most kids are already embarrassed from looking at the love birds when they kiss, I doubt they're looking for porn in the background. If I, a 17 year old Disney lover have not yet noticed half of the subliminal messages in the Disney movies, how can we expect five year olds to notice them? Do they even know what doggy style means at that age?
Some of these messages I am willing to admit to noticing, yet, do you truly believe Hi Ho, Hi Ho, its off to work we go ' was meant to have a hidden message? It seems to me the writers were more in a need of something to be rhyming and catchy for the kids to remember. It looks like people have been so brainwashed by possible subliminal messages, that they completely ignore the possibility that this phrase was simply meant to rhyme.
How about good ol' Alice in Wonderland. She's been controversial for how long now? Okay, We cannot pretend that the caterpillar... [continues]
Cite This Essay
(2005, 11). Disney. StudyMode.com. Retrieved 11, 2005, from http://www.studymode.com/essays/Disney-70544.html
"Disney" StudyMode.com. 11 2005. 11 2005 <http://www.studymode.com/essays/Disney-70544.html>.
"Disney." StudyMode.com. 11, 2005. Accessed 11, 2005. http://www.studymode.com/essays/Disney-70544.html.