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Flatrate 7. Leihen oder Kaufen 4. While they conceded the film's audacious production made it worth their time to watch, other critics found flaws.
Kyle Smith of the New York Post had the most negative assessment, calling it "more fun to discuss than to sit through". While he found the guerilla filmmaking aspect of it "intriguing", all it amounted to for him was "a couple of amusingly surreal moments" that could have taken place at any sufficiently large amusement park: "Even Disney-hating hipsters are going to be disappointed; the film is a pure festival play that is more or less unreleasable unless theater owners start selling weed along with popcorn.
Scott of The New York Times and Michael O'Sullivan of The Washington Post each also gave a negative review for this film. Many journalists who saw the film at Sundance speculated that it was likely that Disney would take legal action to prevent the film from being shown outside the festival, or perhaps even during it.
However, others noted that if Disney had attempted to block the film's release, it was unclear on what legal grounds it could be done. Moore took care to avoid direct copyright infringement of songs or films played as part of attractions, and intellectual property law is less clear on the other aspects of the film.
Columbia Law School professor Tim Wu did not think Disney would have any defensible intellectual property claim. Despite the film's repeated use of Disney's characters and iconography, Wu explained, trademark law was not sufficient.
As for copyright, Wu saw Moore's use of the Disney parks as transformative :. It might be a violation if Moore had made a film designed for viewers who wanted to see Disney World but were too lazy to go to Florida.
Escape from Tomorrow, however, is clearly no substitute for buying a ticket. As such, he saw the film as offering artistic commentary on the cultural impact of Disney, and thus clearly falling under fair use.
Wu likened it to a s case brought by Mattel against artist Thomas Forsythe, after he sold some of his photographs depicting another American icon, Barbie , being eaten by vintage appliances as a way of calling attention to the toy doll's role in promoting the objectification of women in American culture.
Not only did the court dismiss Mattel's complaint, "[t]he judges were so annoyed by the lawsuits that they awarded attorney's fees of nearly two million dollars to the artist A judge has to think of the First Amendment when asked to ban art work.
Intellectual property and copyrights aside, many people appear in this film who have never signed a release. Real families and children are seen in the background of almost every shot.
None of them gave permission or knew they were being filmed for a feature film. At Slate , Aisha Harris allowed that this was a possibility, especially if children were filmed without their parents' consent, but noted "the law on that issue is not black and white either.
Disney did not return reporters' calls or emails for comment, nor took any legal action during the festival, although it confirmed to CNN that it was "aware" of the movie.
Were Disney to attempt to forcefully suppress the film, that effort could serve to draw even more attention to it,  a phenomenon known as the Streisand effect.
In his Post review, Smith suggested that Disney prevent this by taking the opposite course, simply ignoring Escape from Tomorrow and letting the attention dissipate by itself.
Michael Ryan, director of The YoungCuts Film Festival , noted that there was a precedent for the film in the Air Pirates lawsuit , in which Disney spent eight years in court with some underground cartoonists who had published an underground comix parody in which Mickey Mouse and the other Disney characters engaged in explicit sex and used illegal drugs, among other behavior they avoided in Disney's own narratives.
He suggested that Disney buy the rights and release the film itself, which it could easily do as its announced interest would guarantee it a monopsony on the film since no other distributor would want to match Disney's deep pockets or its feared legal response.
As a Disney release, Escape from Tomorrow would have a large potential audience of both Disney enthusiasts and antagonists, Disney would be making money from property it already owns instead of someone else and the company's apparent willingness to go in the joke would take some of the satiric edge off.
It depends on how good a case lawyers can make for it. If they say I have a chance, I'll definitely fight for it. I worked on it really hard for three years and it took a lot out of me.
Just to let it disappear would be a waste of time. Since the film's release Disney has acknowledged it in another way.
The online supplement to Disney A to Z: The Official Encyclopedia includes an entry for Escape from Tomorrow , describing it as "An independent surrealistic cult film surreptitiously filmed at Walt Disney World and Disneyland.
According to The Hollywood Reporter , Disney chose to avoid responding to the film altogether, rather than seeking legal action, in an effort to prevent increased publicity.
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Outside of Disney aficionados, the film is largely forgotten as Disney has done its best to put away the film in its vault. Set during the dark ages, the film centers on a young boy Taran who along with a group of brave friends, tries to stop the evil Horned King from obtaining a powerful cauldron that will give him world domination.
Lacking that Disney charm and going for a darker tone, the film was the first Disney animated feature to receive a PG rating.
Cauldron used darker color shading and the new technology at the time of computers for the transfer process and effects, helping give the movie an eerie look.
Before taking on the mantle, Sean Connery starred and sang in this cult favorite about leprechauns. Even though the film is a go-to option on St.
This live-action family adventure steeped in fantasy and Irish lore, has the trademark Disney song and cheer, but also has various forms of death present.
With the use of special effects and lighting, the wailing hooded Banshee is a hideous evil spirit that makes Ghostface look like a chump.
From drinking, to smoking and getting into fights, the boys get seduced by this fantastical place that ends up revealing its true evil nature by turning them into donkeys.
Yeah, they go from being human boys to actual donkeys that are sent to work in salt mines. From Honest John the Fox and Gideon, to Stromboli and the Coachman, the poor boy puppet has to endure these manipulative and nightmarish characters.
Children were meant to be frightened by these villains, as a warning from the terrors lurking in our world. Families expecting to return to the colorful fantasy world of the Judy Garland masterpiece, were greatly disappointed when they saw Return to Oz.
While staying more faithful to L. From Dorothy receiving electroshock therapy, to Oz being a wasteland controlled by a sinister Nome King and a headless princess, kids barely sat through the movie.
From there things only get bizarre as we meet the traumatizing Wheelers — looking like Clive Barker creations — and the headless Princess Mombi.
Jonathan Pryce plays the mysterious Mr. Dark, who brings his travelling carnival to the small town of Greentown, Illinois.
Catching the imaginations of two boys, Will and Jim, the pair uncover the carnivals true intent which is collecting souls.
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