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Letters to the Editor

Tomorrowland

Letter to the Editor: Response to Mr. Harrington’s Movie Madness review of Tomorrowland:
This is a motion picture so convoluted and dedicated to brainwashing of children in social engineering, class warfare, reformation of individual responsibility, pollution of facts from fiction, history and scenarios I have yet to describe using these platitudes, the movie STINKS! If Walt Disney could see of what the liberal leadership in the Disney Studios, what it has become today, what they are presenting to the public as entertainment, definitely goes against his ideals, his high moral standard/values, ethics, patriotic spirit and excellence in movie making, even his cartoons. Seeing this atrocity, surely Walt would dismantle this studio and start over.
Mr. Disney said, “Whatever you do, do it well. Do it so well that when people see you do it they will want to come back and see you do it again and they will want to bring others and show them how well you do what you do.” That cannot be said of this motion picture, conceived within the vacant minds of liberal writers, their agenda and ideology, a script and plot so badly written it insults your intelligence while you sit and waste your time, NOT to mention you’re money! The only thing that kept me from walking out, was the special effects and hopes this movie would start going somewhere other than brainwashing a bunch of young and old skulls full of mush and more mindless environmental catastrophe rubbish. As to those little crumb crushers sitting in the theater and in your home, allow me to suggest an alternative, a good read like Moby Dick, Charles Dickens, Milne, Tolkien’s or Dr. Seuss to light the fires of imagination. These people at Disney Studios have undermined and dismantled the creativity and path of which Walt Disney was known, a true genius and what he had accomplished in entertainment both in movies and cartoons and his parks. This movie has done nothing less than destroyed the personification of Walt Disney, whilst flushing him and Disney Studios down the proverbial toilet again with this kind of dribble in motion picture making. I am not sure to what end the other critic derived his analogy of this movie, at best, it severally bombed in the box office!

Michael H. Welbourn


Submitted: 06/02/15
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