Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by bennymuso, Mar 11, 2016.
Swiss Family Robinson.
Birth of a Nation.
I don't like any Disney films. I think they send bad messages to children.
Take 'The Little Mermaid' for example. Ariel was born with a giant fish fin instead of a pair of legs. Through evil sorcery she's able to turn her fin into a pair of legs then snag the hot prince for a lover. This sends a bad message to disabled and legless children, as it gives them false hope and unrealistic expectations.
And let's not forget 'Peter Pan'. We've all seen the ill effects of this film played out through the life of Michael Jackson. MJ never wanted to grow up, lived in a place called 'Neverland', and "kept company" with a bunch of underage boys, just like Peter in the film.
'Sleeping Beauty' condones rape. It sends the message that it's okay to kiss and fondle women in their sleep without their consent.
'Beauty and the Beast' makes bestiality acceptable.
I could go on, but you see my point. Disney is evil.
Song of the South.......................................(of course not in a racist way)
I really enjoy the 'zip a deee doo dah' song when I ride Splash Mountain.
The pc game on the commodore was fun as shit.
Well hellooo my lil crackers
The Force Awakens
The Mighty Ducks
Bambi, for the excellent hunting scenes.
Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens
I've never seen it. Well, maybe when I was very little but I wouldn't remember anything about it. What's the racist part? There are rural black people today who talk and act like that, if the segments I've seen of Uncle Remus are representative. My father would get called "massah (mister) Richard" by an old black guy who was one of his contractors. It made me cringe even back then. And I dare anybody to be able to understand what the fuck his workers were saying, ever.
Its racist because Uncle Remus isn't being whipped while a white hillbilly violently rapes his daughter in the outhouse. No, seriously, the movie is considered offensive because the main character smiles too much.