Do you watch Walt Disney?

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Re: Do you watch Walt Disney?

Post by mlsanders on Wed Feb 01, 2012 4:51 am

Thanks for pointing these things out. I had never realized the story behind Walt Disney's movies except for entertainment purposes. I'll be sure to watch out for them when I go see the next movie.
I am really into true life stories like people like Robert Townsend who tried and indebted himself to get into the movie industry. He could not find a way so he made a way for himself. Another person like Tyler Perry who also made it on his own. These two people did not have the backing that Walt Disney had in the beginning nor a great experienced staff that they are today.
We follow the struggles of every day people to get an inspiration to continue what we want out of life and try to end up like a Walt Disney personality. They all tell great stories of where they came from, true life! :idea:

Re: Do you watch Walt Disney?

Post by lyndacromar on Mon Jan 30, 2012 9:44 pm

Snow White, Beauty in the inside is going to be more powerful than beauty on the outside!

Re: Do you watch Walt Disney?

Post by Prostarprofits on Mon Jan 30, 2012 12:43 pm

I have a guy who works to jobs his wife loves him but she is allways putting him down wealth and success does not come to people like us. You can do it because you don't know much about computers. (Thankfully this guy has fight!)

I told him to watch my favorite lesson from a Disney movie "Finding Nemo" Nemo has a small fin Marlin his father always tell him he can't do it. Marlin is scared his wife got eatting by another fish.

Nemo believe what his father told him that he could not do it that is until he found some new friends. Marlin changed too becuase of Dorey.

Do you watch Walt Disney?

Post by JoycePenner on Mon Jan 30, 2012 9:11 am

There are so many "truths" in the Walt Disney movies. Did you notice that?
Kung Foo Panda teaches us by unrolling the scroll only to find it empty, all we need is already inside us.
Cars teaches us the emptiness of the flashy life is truly that, empty.

What's your favourite lesson you've learned from Walt Disney? Any one particular movie stands out?