Aladdin & The PLAGUE of Disney Live Action Remakes

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  • Published on Feb 14, 2019
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    Disney's new live action Aladdin starring Will Smith has not been getting a good response from fans. Here's why.

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  • captainmidnight
    captainmidnight  5 months ago +364

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    What did you think of the Aladdin trailer?

    • adams darwins
      adams darwins 5 days ago

      Aladdin movie was amazing, Jasmine finally has her own song and it was *SPEECHLESS*

    • Eprocto-Files
      Eprocto-Files 28 days ago

      Telling any company to stop making money is stupid. Sorry not sorry.

    • Andrea Hoffman
      Andrea Hoffman Month ago

      Disney was good in classic animated movies/ fairytales. For realistic fairytales they should go to school in Czech film industry. Best realistic Cinderella and best Little Mermaid are done by Czech.
      thexvid.com/video/Hk7M0VPxqPQ/video.html

    • Alexa Nunez
      Alexa Nunez Month ago

      Ok, I 'll be honest .....the aladdin trailer was a hot mess but... the movie was a diffrenet story
      I did not have high hopes for this movie when I went to see it
      When the movie started I began laughing at Will Smith and I felt the movie was better than the animation (don't hate me). It did tell a diffrent story. A modern story that was not expected. And it was hilarious

    • Charmander
      Charmander Month ago

      captainmidnight dogshit

  • Bailey the Candy Demon

    they're still good movies...

  • Lord Trigon
    Lord Trigon 2 hours ago

    The best one is Pete’s Dragon imo.

  • Brian Ridout
    Brian Ridout Day ago

    You forget that remakes are not a Disney invention. Studios have been remaking old properties for years. How many versions of Shaft are there now? You also forget that Disney is a business whose main goal is to make money. How can you say "Who wants to see this" when the movies make close to one billion.

  • BronzeBobCat
    BronzeBobCat 2 days ago

    I wonder how they would make live action ShrekπŸ€” I mean, a goat fucking a dragon?????

  • Gol D. Luffy
    Gol D. Luffy 3 days ago

    Looking realistic isnt the same as being realistic

  • TrumpenHammer of Kek
    TrumpenHammer of Kek 3 days ago +1

    Disney had to call out of retirement animators to help with the sequel to Poppins
    .
    meaning soon there will be nobody
    . Everything Walt and others worked for will be lost.
    These fucking parasites stood on the shoulders of giants and used that position to lop the fucking giants heads off.

  • Michael Rodion
    Michael Rodion 3 days ago

    Do Toy Story Live Action Remake!!!

  • Elijah Frederick
    Elijah Frederick 4 days ago

    5:06. I beg to differ. It is a lil archaic, but it serves its purpose and for its time, was the great way to have the "environment" be its own character.

  • Gina Beach
    Gina Beach 4 days ago

    The only way Disney will stop is if they bomb. It's up to us. We need need to boycott these remakes. Don't give Disney the money.

  • Ryan Adams
    Ryan Adams 5 days ago

    But wait, there's more! Their making Ariel black! hahahahahaha

  • dragonball slayer326

    These Disney remakes need to stop

  • Jr
    Jr 5 days ago

    What I don't get is why people are watching these

  • Edward McDonald
    Edward McDonald 6 days ago

    It's the Vibrancy, it also seems to be infecting its way into Video games slowly! Oh and I hate the Beauty and the Beast remake, at least the main characters in Alladin look right, because they didn't in Beauty and the Beast,

  • Essi Topi
    Essi Topi 7 days ago

    I don't think they are gonna stop anytime soon.

  • Peter Panda
    Peter Panda 8 days ago +1

    Lion King live action looks ugly af. I dont want to see a real life ugly hog on screen talking.

  • ToyberMarketingRU
    ToyberMarketingRU 8 days ago

    White rich Disney c level guys decided to make more money from stupid people who believe that "change/replace" is diversity - what's new!? Stop buying this shit!

  • Lemon2tehmax
    Lemon2tehmax 8 days ago

    Who. Cares. It’s disney! That’s all that matters right?

  • Quantum Raptor
    Quantum Raptor 9 days ago +1

    Perfect that this shows up in my recommended the day the new Mulan trailer is revealed. These things don’t need to be remade, they are classics.

  • BionicTenshi96
    BionicTenshi96 9 days ago

    the power of no$$$talgia...

  • windseekervideo
    windseekervideo 10 days ago +3

    I don't care how much money 2019 Aladdin made. Disney live action remakes are still plague.

  • Guardian
    Guardian 11 days ago

    I dunno I really prefered the Aladdin remake to the original.

  • Corcon
    Corcon 13 days ago

    I agree. And while you're at it, I'm sure you'll argue for the end of modern music and bringing back the Lawrence Welk show. And let's stop with cartoons and animated films, and bring back string puppets and shadow theaters. Change sucks. Let's stay in the past!

  • Diego Ramos24
    Diego Ramos24 13 days ago +1

    If you really want Disney to stop, then stop paying money to watch these movies and stop talking about them. Seriously all of you that keep talking about why these remaked suck are part of the problem, Disney doesn't care as long as they make money. You really want them to stop? Then stop spreading the word.

  • qarahiyo
    qarahiyo 14 days ago

    Why am I getting vibes of comic book fan disdain of superhero movies?

  • Jose Ortiz
    Jose Ortiz 15 days ago +1

    I notice that most of the live actions have really dark backgrounds and not enough color in them. It makes me feel a little bored and not excited or magical or something like that. πŸ˜³πŸ˜•

  • CodeNameNuclear
    CodeNameNuclear 16 days ago

    Ngl aladdin live action was good

  • Daniela Souzsa
    Daniela Souzsa 16 days ago

    I really wold like to elaborate portuguese subtitles for this video, how can I (if I may)?

  • momcme4
    momcme4 16 days ago

    So mean

  • momcme4
    momcme4 16 days ago +1

    I love Aladdin 😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😠😠😠😠😑😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😞

  • Omni Divin
    Omni Divin 16 days ago

    The remakes make others watch the movies that have animation. If the others like live-action.

  • darkecofreak23
    darkecofreak23 16 days ago

    Did you think the trailer after this one was any good? Did you think the movie itself was decent? Because it’s doing well at the box office. It’s now the highest grossing film in Will Smith’s career.

  • Aidan Barnes
    Aidan Barnes 19 days ago

    the reason they keep remaking the old films is because you guys keep paying money to see them. The same goes for Pixar sequels the reason why they make so many is because you guys(the audience) keep asking Pixar and Disney to bring back beloved characters. If you just accepted that the first films were over for good and just move on to new stuff they wouldn't even exist. You guys are the ones who asked for this so it's your fault that Disney and Pixar won't make anything original

  • Max Covfefe
    Max Covfefe 20 days ago

    "Who is it for?" Overseas audiences. They're outpacing North American audiences in terms of disposable income.

  • joshua armstrong
    joshua armstrong 21 day ago +2

    what ruins it for me is, they take all the joy out of the originals and toss that out, the CG looks ugly and terrifying, the story is changed dramatically, no pun intended, and elements in the original get changed even more, like with beauty and the beast, we all know the original had him make the sin of refusing someone based on looks, and that he was trapped in his castle to await his true love that would break the spell, but...when you give the beast a goddamn BOOK that could take him anywhere in the world, that whole thing gets gutted pretty quickly, taking away the whole "trapped" thing, making the bond belle and the beast have feel empty and hollow, not believable at all, there's scenes that feel familiar, but overall, it was shitty and not good, there are times when im glad to not see this in theaters or any other way, other than reviews, thats as close as we want to get to those live action shit stains, good lord, plus the magic is lost when it comes to live action, a lot has to be sacrificed in order to make them, and its painful to witness, yes new leaps in technology have made some awesome movies, but let us never forget the 2D animations we grew up with and love, and also never forget to share them with YOUR children, passing on traditions is good, but sharing the disney movies that dazzled you, is just as important, they left an impact that stays with you, no one should forget that, nostalgia, can sometimes be good, makes you smile, but the live action remakes butcher the source material SO BADLY, its painful, only CG that has looked okay, is stuff like toy story, cars, bugs life, you get me, but when they do live action, why does it always end up so cringe worthy and scary

  • redv bae
    redv bae 22 days ago

    People are asking for more of this shh 😣😣 i can't with society any more bruh

  • Piction
    Piction 22 days ago

    Jungle book was a boring mess imo.

  • Aaron Smith
    Aaron Smith 22 days ago

    "Remember when" is the lowest form of conversation

  • Aaron Halnan
    Aaron Halnan 22 days ago

    I wish Disney made new movies
    Either based on stories (like books or fairytales) they haven’t done yet or new original stories

  • γ€Žα—°γ€
    γ€Žα—°γ€ 22 days ago

    Reminds me of how awesome 2d graphics have been replaced with boring 2.5d in video games

  • Joe Glove
    Joe Glove 23 days ago

    In King of the monsters, Michael Dougherty decided to make Godzilla a metaphor for tsunamis which is funny because Godzilla started as a metaphor for nuclear destruction which made him famous all over japan.

  • Joe Glove
    Joe Glove 23 days ago +1

    Godzilla: King of the monsters was more original then all of thee live-action remakes from Disney.

  • CinemaSans
    CinemaSans 23 days ago

    Aladdin's CGI looks good and I love the live action remakes.

  • Churchill Ngai
    Churchill Ngai 24 days ago +1

    but.....you are trashing a movie without having watched it? 14/2/19 upload of this video while the movie is not out until May? Why can't you just give the kids nowadays a break. If they prefer this style of animation over cartoon, let them be. (not saying I like the animation style, but its just wrong to say a movie is bad without watching it first, you're being biased)

  • Mohammed Amrani
    Mohammed Amrani 24 days ago

    that's bulls*it ! the aladdin movie was awesome

  • IronicIntrovert
    IronicIntrovert 24 days ago +2

    They're remaking the little mermaid???
    You're right there's no end in sight

    • Shota Princess129
      Shota Princess129 8 days ago

      Unfortunately yes πŸ˜₯ i disliked the live action remakes before, but them touching the little mermaid officially broke the camel's back for me

  • Thodnern
    Thodnern 25 days ago +2

    That trailer was pretty terrible, but I thought the movie was actually pretty great.

  • Samantha Mautner
    Samantha Mautner 25 days ago +1

    I need an actually live action lion king remake starring housecats in farm

  • KaraokeKoder
    KaraokeKoder 26 days ago +1

    my dude, the movies are?for connecting with your children.

  • Abdul Raiem
    Abdul Raiem 28 days ago

    You should watch it. It is an awesome movie!

  • Dandan soysauce
    Dandan soysauce 28 days ago +1

    If I wanted to watch realistic animals, I would watch Animal Planet, Disney. An animal simply sitting in a puddle is way more vibrant and interesting than the CGI crap you're trying to pull with the new Lion King tbh

  • imp3rfec4ionist
    imp3rfec4ionist 28 days ago +1

    The new movie is very very good. This video must be feeling pretty stupid right now.

    • imp3rfec4ionist
      imp3rfec4ionist 25 days ago +1

      @Nick Sorenson But its main point is basically that they're bad ideas. But good movies will never be bad ideas, so i don't see how the point is valid.

    • Nick Sorenson
      Nick Sorenson 26 days ago +1

      +imp3rfec4ionist It still made a perfectly valid point about all of these remakes.

  • Renske Dunnewold
    Renske Dunnewold 28 days ago +1

    The best I can say about all of the remakes that I've seen is that the costumes and the decor look really nice (usually, Belle's gold dress was just disappointing). The rest is just.. there

  • Weta
    Weta 29 days ago +2

    SPOT the f**k ON!

  • Tom Oliver
    Tom Oliver Month ago +1

    Who doesn't like Emma Watson, Will Smith or Donald Glover?

    Me.

  • Sona Avakian
    Sona Avakian Month ago +1

    Now they trying to ruin Dumbo.

  • jayko945
    jayko945 Month ago +1

    Aladin was awesome and you should feel bad

  • Risna Kleijn
    Risna Kleijn Month ago +2

    You are sooooo right.

  • dave israel
    dave israel Month ago

    Next up they're gonna make cartoons like Dexter's laboratory powerpuff girls into live action

  • PandorasCrate0
    PandorasCrate0 Month ago

    They're starting camera tests for The Little Mermaid next week.

  • scottieman2
    scottieman2 Month ago +1

    And they are not doing anything different with them.

  • krishna kishor bhat
    krishna kishor bhat Month ago +1

    You missed one important point, Hollywood's reach is now international. There are great deal of people in developing countries like India and China who are willing to watch these reboots, because they didn't get to watch all originals on big screens. Also, Hollywood movies recently have been out preforming Bollywood movies at box office collections.
    And what about gen z, they must be watching these movies in America and Europe.

  • Hannah Mogen
    Hannah Mogen Month ago

    The La Criox analogy made me lol. So damn true.

  • John Martin
    John Martin Month ago

    That snes Aladdin game is frickin hard hahaha I forgot about that one. Great video!

  • KingMartits
    KingMartits Month ago

    I agree on principle but after watching the new aladdin, my mind was blown by how good the CGI actually was. Maybe the best I've ever seen.

  • micshaz
    micshaz Month ago +2

    no, no hollywood is definitely out of ideas.

  • Keiron Richmond
    Keiron Richmond Month ago

    Oh my god, this expressed my feelings exactly.

  • OnceUponATime518 Alex

    It at 600 million tho

  • Michael Cain
    Michael Cain Month ago

    Good points. It’s trial not trail.

  • The anything show 2

    Snow White was the first Disney animated film and I believe it will be the last live action remake of the hand drawn era.