WOKE DISNEY ANIMATIED FILM BOMBS! Worst REVIEWS EVER And Worst BOX OFFICE In DECADES!

by 11.27.2022

Disney has once again proven they are willing to put ideology over profits, even if it means withholding their latest children’s animated films from international markets because gay teen romance is too important to the story they want to tell. Kareem Daniel seems to be the guy to blame here, formerly of Disney, but let’s look into this in detail!

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‘Strange World’ is Disney’s Biggest Bomb in Years
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Disney has once again proven they are willing to put ideology over profits, even if it means withholding their latest children’s animated films from international markets because gay teen romance is too important to the story they want to tell. But apparently this approach isn’t looking too good for “Strange World” since on it’s opening day the movie only made $800,000 dollars and projects show it’s doing dismal over the holiday weekend. Usually, Thanksgiving holiday’s extended weekends are owned by Disney, but at its current trajectory “Strange World” could become Disney’s lowest-grossing animated feature family film in a very long time.

To put things in perspective, “Lightyear,” which was considered a Disney flop earlier this year, had a $5 million preview night and went on to gross $118 million domestically (and $100 million abroad). Industry insiders are convinced that those missing potential viewers may believe they can simply wait to see “Strange World” on Disney Plus. But if this is truly the case, theaters may be in for a difficult season ahead.

Directed by Don Hall and Qui Nguyen and written by Nguyen, Strange World was released in theaters this week as the third major animated feature to be released by Disney this year after Pixar’s Turning Red and Lightyear. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Jaboukie Young-White, Gabrielle Union, Dennis Quaid, and Lucy Liu, and Jonathan Melo, Strange World brings viewers into the fold of a new adventure and story centered on a family of explorers.

Roger Friedman at Showbiz 411 reports that this looks to be the lowest family movie debut in Disney’s modern history:

“…at this rate, “Strange World” will reap around $20 million from Tuesday- Sunday. That will be the lowest first week, or six days, probably in Disney modern history. Families are obviously waiting for this film to be on Disney Plus, or they just don’t care at all.

Luckily, Disney doesn’t have to care either. They have “Wakanda Forever” at $313 million, but slowing down precipitously. Maybe audiences will move on to the half dozen or more adult movies in which no one flies except maybe on an airplane.”

The movie reportedly cost the studio $135 million, and if this pace remains the same, earning around $20 million or so over the five day weekend, then the studio is going to lose A LOT of money. Mr. H discusses some of the problems the studio is facing.

The reviews for the movie aren’t faring so well either, with dismal audience scores at both Metacritic and Rotten Tomatoes, and the usually reliable professional critics don’t seem too impressed either.

While most of the critical reviewers are making good points, it’s the critical audience reviews that tell the tale. Still, few names in the entertainment media are willing to entertain any notion that that the film is struggling because most families aren’t interested in taking their small children to an animated film that centers on gay teen boys in love.

Breitbart notes the sleight of hand tricks that outlets like Deadline are now deploying to try to diminish how big a deal this actually is:

I give you Deadline’s anti-science excuse for Strange World’s box office disaster:

One former Disney exec once told me, “They’re very good at making the best worst case decision” and in the scenario of Strange World, that’s sending it to Disney+ by the holidays.

Ohhhhhh…. So that’s why Strange World tanked. It’s not the enviro-propaganda or the teenage homosexuality… No, no, no… Strange World tanked because it will be on Disney+ in 30 days. After all, why go to the movies when you can watch it at home in 30 days, right?

Except Disney did the exact same thing with Encanto last year. And I do mean the exact same thing. In 2021, Encanto was released in theaters for the Thanksgiving weekend and dropped on Disney+ in time for the Christmas holidays. Nevertheless, it opened to $41 million. So, under the exact same conditions, why would Encanto open to $41 million and Strange World do about half that?

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