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I'll start by saying the original toy story has got to be my favorite animated film of all time.But... Pixar as a whole bugs me :-I really feel like at times they have used their platform to push social and political ideas in a way that was directly targeting children. I know every director/producer puts there world view into a film but I don't feel like its fair to target young and impressionable minds like they have before.Again, I saw Brave about a week or 2 ago. It was cute and made me laugh.
Before you read the rest, let me say I Am reading into this on pourpose to get a point across (A Bugs life) The little Guy is oppressed by the Goverment. UNITE AND OVERCOME! (Monsters Inc.) Energy Company is Evil and unwilling to look at alternative energy sources. (Wall-E) Not even going there (Brave) Feminist, and a very subtle jab at how we should allow gay marriage.I never saw Cars 2.
For the first time in history YMT and Chris agree on something. Sure sign of the apocalypse I think.
If you walked around the halls of a high school you would realize the impact some of these agenda's are having on teenagers. I had a girl threaten to kill me in highschool because I hunt. (Talk about Ironic)
Finally, I think all of this is matter of opinion. Some may say "yes, there is an agenda" and some "no". Some may agree or disagree about whether its good or not. The truth for this situation is in the eye of the beholder.
Neither of us can say for sure either way.
Not to mention my political view points have not been stated at all other then saying I hunt.
Are they or are they not doing that?