Seeing these new takes on classic Disney movies reminds one that things you loved while in a different time can look much different once you’ve gained perspective and life experience. Once upon a time I (Calulu) loved the book “Wuthering Heights”, thinking how ‘romantic’ it was. After rereading it many years later I could not help but notice that the main character Heathcliff was actually a sociopathic stalker instead of a man with great passion in his heart.
The original artist has done here what my son does to me every time we watch movies, boil it down to essentials. He once called the movie “The Phantom of the Opera” as film about ‘A dude trying to get a hot chick to live in the basement with him’ Makes me laugh.
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