6) For a study of the role of fairy tales in the history of Italian cinema, see Bacchilega, according to whom fairy-tale films "had a significant part in cinematic production and reception in Italy, offering alternatives to the Disneyfication
of Pinocchio and animation; adapting fairy-tale tropes to other film genres; and providing a sense of wonder with mixed effects in a tradition where neorealism, comedy, and thrillers are most acclaimed" (107).
It was built in the '80s as part of the Disneyfication
of Ye Olde Tyger Baye.
To say that the assault of murals, surfboards, pictures of Bob Marley and loud reggae music is a bit of a Disneyfication
is putting it mildly, but it was so over the top, I quite approved.
We don't want the Disneyfication
and turning Liverpool into a Beatles theme park.
She is outraged by the current disneyfication
of former slave plantations and is disconcerted by the attitude of her fifty-year-old New York Jewish editor, who is as thrilled about an upcoming plantation tour as if she had "just been promised a trip to Disneyland" (55).
Some funny and universal aspects of scrounging money for beer or drugs or sneaking into the show or getting chased (and sometimes beaten) by cops, but New York City has always been its own beast, especially decades before the gentrification and Disneyfication
One letter of objection raised concerns over "the slippery slope leading towards the Disneyfication
of the castle into an Alton Towers-style theme park".
It promotes pop-images, has to do with the process of disneyfication
(Viesand et al.
Summary: Jumeirah Group chief executive officer Gerald Lawless opens up to Dean Carroll on everything from building a global brand and avoiding Disneyfication
in hotels to disruptive technology, the Qatar World Cup and much more besides
In the first film, the museum was in the midst of declining attendance and budget cuts, until word got out about the institution's enchanted nighttime special effects--the Disneyfication
of history, if you will--and lines formed around the block.
Cllr Haworth said: "The Victorian landscape, which has survived despite years of neglect, is in need of help now - not this Disneyfication
So how can they dodge Disneyfication
, eschew schlocky themes, avoid portraying women as victims and stay relevant to today's culture while representing people and circumstances that are recognizable and riveting?