« on: November 28, 2015, 04:22 PM »
Disney fans and bloggers seem to hate everything that Disney has does in the past 30 years. Here is how one forum member descriped the recent Miceage review of Season of the Force:
"This is awful, and this looked awful, this tasted awful, oh and look at this it is awful. They did this, which was better, but since I hated it before, therefore, awful. Let me freak out about continuity, awful. Now let me tell you about something unrelated, *speculation* it's AWFUL. People really like this, it's actually good, but let me talk about how the previous version was awful and it could and should have been really, really good. So instead it's probably going to *speculation* end up being awful when it overstays its welcome. But to support that awful speculation I'll just inaccurately confuse dates for a whole bunch of things like that awful Rogue One movie or the equally awful Shanghai Disneyland. I don't think I called those things awful, but that was clearly an oversight. Now lets complain about how awful the lighting at night probably is... but for some reason include a bunch of rather flattering pictures. Conclusion, that thing you were super excited about in the future? It's definitely going to be awful.
Oh my god, have we gone upstairs to see the most awful thing of all yet? Spiderman"
Disneyland fans/bloggers seem to love to go to a place they hate with a passion online.