i totally agree. i dont like disney that much any more. they changed everything.
I'm glad I'm not the only one that thinks this. Infact the other day I was haveing a conversation with my brother about it, he said it was when they started live action on there, but I remeber in the eary 2000s even the live action movies they had were still full of old disny magic (Thirteen years, Smart House, etc.) no it's all about fitting in in middle school, or high school.
I also miss Toon Disney....Remember the Proud Family, Even Steven, That's So Raven, The Weekenders? How about House of Mouse or Lloyd in Space, Fillmore, and American Dragon: Jake Long? My friends and I were just talking about the good, cancelled shows on Disney, Nick, and Cartoon Network that we miss...You'd be surprised how many there were. :/ There should be some kind of day where older shows are played.
Haha yesss, I mean what ever happened to the good stuff like Lizzie McGuire?
I miss how funny and pure it used to be; now it's all like...pop-culture singing cr.ap -.-
And Snowflakes, there is no shame xD
Finally someone who sees Disney exactly the way I do. I too ask the exact same questions "What the heck happened to the classics!? The movies such as the original Toystory! Pirates of the Caribean! Or Narnia! Now I have complete loss of faith that they will ever create a good idea again.
LION KING! that has got to be my favorite disney movie. I never actually watched disney channel though.
Completely agree. But sadly, classics are dying out. For a while i was thinking i was the only one who thought keeping up with the classics were important but now i see i'm not alone. anyway, yeah, i think its disney channel that is changing more than the movies. They've come up with the most stupid stuff i've ever seen. Also, movies have changed some. Not nearly as good as the classics (alice in wonderland cartoon is my fav) and its depressing. Did you know they tried to make Fifteen Shades of Gray a Disney movie? Seriously?
Lilo and Stitch is my favorite.I also miss all the old cartoons.But Gravity Falls is good and so is Wreck-it-Ralph.
IKR? The only thing on Disney that I watch now is Phineas and Ferb, and maybe a few episodes of Gravity Falls here and there. I think that they got too carried away with trying to control kids' minds and stopped actually making good shows.