With a dozen years of history, Disney animations are always contained many secrets that make people curious. Below are...
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With a dozen years of history, Disney animations are always contained many secrets that make people curious. Below are some dark scenes that only when you become an adult do you realize.
Considered as one of the epic animations of all time, however, Pinocchio also has scenes that make people horripilate. Specifically, when Pinocchio and his friends enjoy the grown-up pleasures, including drinking, smoking, and gambling on Pleasure Island. Their laugh soon changed from joy to terror when the island cursed, and all of the characters became donkeys.
Toy Story 3
Toy Story 3 is a famous 3-D animation in 2010. The film broke the highest-day sales record for an animation of Shrek the Third and achieved $ 110,307,189 in revenue.
However, in the climax of the movie, the image of the characters engulfed in the tongue of fire, confronted with life and death, has created an intense obsession with viewers. It is entirely unsuitable for a movie that made for young ages.
Dumbo - the Flying Elephant is an animation produced by Disney based on the story of the same name by Helen Aberson and Harold Perl in 1941 One of the controversial scenes is when Dumbo has nightmares and falls into a delirium.
A series of distorted Dumbo appear rapidly and create an extremely uncomfortable feeling for young children. Moreover, combined with music, it even makes adults feel creepy either. Some critics have criticized the scene, saying that Dumbo is like using LSD at that moment.
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame
Although it is significantly reduced the gloomy compared to the novel written by Victor Hugo, the film The Hunchback Of Notre Dame is still considered one of the darkest movies of Disney.
The darkness surrounding the film comes from the vile desires of the villain Frollo for Esmeralda. Frollo's obsession with the songs he sings haunted generations of children through time.
"Black Cauldron" is the 25th animation of Walt Disney in 1985 based on the novel by writer Lloy Alexander. In this animation, many haunting scenes haven been pointed out by critics like characters buried in corpses, exorbitant (omitted), hideous downwards, ... Until now, "Black cauldron" is still one of the most controversial works of Disney.
The Lion King
The Lion King is the 32nd animated film of Walt Disney Animation, which premiered in 1994. The film has received a lot of praise for the plot, philosophical content, music and received a 92% Positive review on Rotten Tomatoes.
However, it can't escape the fact that it contains haunting scenes. The scene when his uncle Scar is pushing Simba's father Mufasa falls down the mountain, and d i e d of being trampled in the chaos. "Hail to the King" is the last word Mufasa gave to the old king.