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    Hayao Miyazaki, co-founder of Studio Ghibli, is one of the most widely acclaimed animation directors of all time. While Studio Ghibli is often nicknamed, “The Disney of Japan”, it more than stands on its own and, in my opinion, is superior in terms of storytelling and visuals. He is most known for his movie, My Neighbor Totoro, whose titular creature has become the mascot for the studio and an icon in Japanese media. While most reviews you would find for this movie are overwhelmingly positive…

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    Coco Movie Analysis

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    Was Pixar’s roughly 200-million-dollar investment in Coco worth it (McNary)? Hundreds of thousands of people all over the world have expressed that their answer is yes. Coco is a family movie that was released on Nov 22, 2017, that was directed by Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina (Pixar). The family film lived up to its high expectations by making $700.9 million and counting in its international box office (Tartaglione). Through themes of family, death, and passion, the film is about many things,…

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    Disney Pixar has a funny way of captivating their audiences and eliciting emotional responses. So, it’s not surprising they are able to do this effectively with a movie about emotions. Inside Out is an excellent example of a universal film, because it has a wealth of information to share with any field, especially marketing and consumer behaviors. These are some of the observations I blogged in class while watching the film: • Once the perception of the broccoli is changed from gross to enticing…

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    somethings about Walt Disney and Ghibli if you are a big fan of the cartoon, I am sure that you have heard about Walt Disney Animation Studios - a big company of cartoon in the USA. Besides the USA, Japan is also considered as a land of a cartoon with great anime movies. Studio Ghibli can be said to be one of the best animation studios in this country. Although Walt Disney seems like Ghibli in some ways, they have many differences. That is the reason why I always have distinction feelings…

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    The Walt Disney Company is one of, if not the most, successful media businesses in the industry. Since Walt Disney created the character Mickey Mouse in 1928, his first successful character, he continued to expand his company. The production of Snow White, Fantasia, Pinocchio, Dumbo, and Bambi from 1937-1942 featured incredible development of animated film. Since then, The Walt Disney Company is one of the most profitable companies in the world, with an income of $45 billion in revenue and $10.7…

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    Hi Courtnee, I really enjoyed reading your discussion for this week’s discussion topic. I couldn’t agree with you more about Walt Disney World being directly and clearly tied to its mission and values by their slogan, “Where dreams come true.” Walt Disney World is an excellent example of how the perception of the organization is tied to its mission and values. Also, I completely agree that the target audience of Walt Disney is all ages as well. It doesn't matter how old you are, Walt Disney…

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    Disney Swot Analysis

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    1. Threat of New Entrants There is a low threat of new competition for the Walt Disney Company in the competitive environment because of several reasons. For starters, there is a high entry cost especially of the TV, movie, and parks and resorts industries. For example, Disney spent over 3.6 billion dollars to build Euro-Disney, which is actually now called Disney Paris. Not many companies can afford that type of expenditure like Disney. Also from an film industry standpoint, Pixar, which is…

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    enough money and his employees quitting to go work for other animation companies. Once Mickey Mouse was apart of the corporation, Walt didn’t encounter any other trouble until the creation of the Warner Brothers company in nineteen thirty-three in California. When the Warner Brothers corporation started out, many of Walt’s employs raced over to the newer company in town, leaving Walt to encounter yet again, perhaps another closing of his business. This encounter of a new animation corporation…

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    The thesis examines representation of masculinity in Disney animated movies through the analysis of six movies released from 1991 to 1999: Beauty and the Beast (1991), Aladdin (1992), Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), Hercules (1997), Mulan (1998), and Tarzan (1999). Disney, as one of the largest media corporations in the world, has been making animated films since 1937, leaving a great impact on social, emotional and mental development of those who have been whatching them, especially children…

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    Introduction Frozen from Disney, with a worldwide box office more than $1.2 billion, it is not only proclaimed to be the first ‘princess’ movie to enter the list of top 10 grossing animated films, as well as the first animated film in these years. The characters and music are culturally omnipresent worldwide (Maryam & Yalda, 2015). After the movie was released, Disney continued to promote it with smart marketing strategies by seizing every opportunity. Catchy soundtracks and a well-conceived…

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