Disney Movies Obsession With Death Dying And Killing – 2000-2009

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From the previous page, here is the the Second Decline of Disney (2000-2009).

And yes, if you haven’t seen any of these films and are still looking forward to seeing them, take this as a SPOILER ALERT.

Dinosaur (2000)

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The film opens with an Iguanodon mother forced to abandon her nest, with only one egg surviving a Carnotaurus attack.

Later…

However, Bruton, having been sent by Kron to find water upon arrival at the lake, returns injured by the Carnotaurus which killed another Iguanodon that was scouting with him.

Later still…

When the Carnotaurus pair attacks, Bruton proves his loyalty when he holds them off to ensure their escape and kills one of them as the others escape to the depths of the caves, dying in the process. Badly injured, one of the Carnotaurus escapes, enraged by the death of its mate but unable to follow the group.

Later again…

Aladar rushes to find the herd on the other side, accidentally alerting and being tracked by the Carnotaurus. He finds the herd being directed by Kron to climb the rocks, which can’t be passed without fatality, but when he suggests the alternate route he found, Kron becomes enraged at his authority being questioned and challenged, and attempts to kill Aladar to try and take back his leadership. Aladar is outclassed by Kron, who only stops short of killing Aladar when Neera, tired of her brother’s illogical beliefs, strikes him down and defends Aladar.

The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)

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Kuzco’s recently fired advisor Yzma, furious after having been sacked, enlists her dim-witted right-hand man Kronk to try and poison Kuzco so that Yzma can take control of the empire, but the supposed poison turns out to be a potion which turns Kuzco into a llama rather than killing him.

Later…

Pacha overhears Yzma discussing their plans to kill Kuzco, and attempts to warn him throughout the commotion in the diner, but Kuzco doesn’t believe him and returns to Yzma, only to overhear them discussing that they are seeking to kill him, and that the kingdom doesn’t even miss him.

Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)

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In a battle inside the volcano, Helga and the other mercenaries are defeated, including Rourke, who is killed when Milo slashes his arm with a crystal shard (which gradually turns him to stone), and then collides with his air ship’s propellers.

Treasure Planet (2002)

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As the ship reaches Treasure Planet, mutiny erupts, led by Silver. Jim, Doppler, Amelia, and Morph abandon the ship, accidentally leaving the map behind. Silver, who believes that Jim has the map, has a chance to kill Jim, but refuses to do so because of his attachment to the boy. The fugitives are shot down by a mutineer during their escape, causing injury to Amelia.

Brother Bear (2003)

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In the film, an Inuit boy named Kenai pursues a bear in revenge for a battle that he provoked in which his oldest brother Sitka is killed. He tracks down the bear and kills it, but the Spirits, angered by this needless death, change Kenai into a bear himself as punishment.

Meet the Robinsons (2007)

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In a video camera, it is shown that Bowler Hat Guy is shocked by Doris’ takeover of everyone and is presumably killed by the Doris clones.

The Princess and the Frog (2009)

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Before Lawrence and Charlotte can marry, Ray helps Naveen escape and steals the charm. Ray gives the charm to Tiana to hold back Facilier’s minions, but Facilier kills him.

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One thought on “Disney Movies Obsession With Death Dying And Killing – 2000-2009

  1. A great post! I’ve always had a problem with the fact these children’s movies have to have so much tragedy in them. My 5 year old grand daughter has to hide her face half the time and we’ve even had to leave. I want to take her to see “Mr. Peabody”. I’m hoping it’s fun and entertaining.

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