Disney movies tend to look all shiny happy fantastic when we’re kids, but as we grow up and begin to develop our analytical minds things in those beloved animated wonderlands of our youth start to fall apart.
Plot holes so big you can drive a truck through them, not so kiddie subtexts of racism, classism, and overt sexism become hard to ignore, and the much too obvious inspiration for some of those classic Disney movies can make them feel like a total ripoff.
Thankfully we have these brutally honest Disney movie posters, to let parents and their kids know what they’re getting into before they expose their eyeballs to all that Disney has to offer.
They were created by Christine Gritmon and Nick Nadel of The FW, and hopefully they'll soon become the standard for movie advertising, so we don't have to sit through another stinker like (insert disappointing movie title here)!
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