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Really that Good? - DumboThe following piece is a critical response to a film and an analysis based on a viewing of something of which I already have familiarity.
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Dumbo is in many respects a black sheep in Disney’s canon. It has not yet been inducted into the National Film Registry. Its Rotten Tomatoes score, while high, does not even crack the top five for Disney’s canon. And it is not talked about nearly as much as the three films preceding it (Snow White, Pinocchio, Fantasia) in the canon or even the one immediately following it (Bambi). But it is also in many regards a classic, with a strong presence in Disney’s marketing, a loyal following among casual filmgoers and Disney connoisseurs alike, and has been named a personal favorite of both film critic/Disney nut Leonard Maltin and current Disney animation leader John Lasseter. It can be hard to think that of
[Request] [Disney]: Hiro and Baymax meet DumboThe sun arose, it was more than just a lovely day for Dumbo and Timothy. The little elephant smiled as he saw the small mouse roll into his view. The squeaky friend was so happy looking that it was more than just a good sunny day to look forward to enjoy.
“Wakey, wakey…” The small brown mouse waved at him.
Dumbo raised one of his ears and waved it at him.
“Good mornin’ to you, too!”
Timothy’s famous New York accent was quite nice to hear after his fame launch at the circus that Dumbo had become intoxicated with. I was a welcome change of pace after the madness of the music and the sounds of other animals that the small baby wasn’t too keen on.
“Enjoyin’ the city life, buddy?” Tim asked.
Dumbo gave an undecided shrug, he seemed to have more of an attitude than the last time that Tim had seen him, but the elephant was a lot older now.
“Well, I can’t blame ya. I can’t see much of this overcrowded stuff bei