Someone who thinks ruining childhoods is funny took the soundtrack from the trailer for the new Carrie movie and paired it with scenes from Disney’s classic Cinderella, like this:
We certainly agree that there’s nothing wrong with making derivative transformational art projects with the soundtrack from some horror movie, but once you start messing with a Disney animated classic — well, that’s so far over the line that if you turned around you probably couldn’t even see the line anymore, what with the curvature of the Earth and all.
This kind of thing just isn’t funny. It wasn’t funny when they combined The Expendibles with The Incredibles. It wasn’t funny when they mashed Lilo & Stitch with Harold and Maude. And it’s not funny now.
We’re going to need some assistance with this one. We assume that this is a violation because it looks like it’s live action, and Mickey didn’t make any black-and-white live-action-and-cartoon films (he wasn’t in Walt’s Alice comedies, for example). Also, we’re extremely confident that Mickey never would perform in a film in which a woman was taking an actual naked shower, unless this was when he was very young and perhaps needed the money for college.
In any case, we’re pretty sure this is a violation, but will hold back our usual frothing ranting until someone can tell us for sure. Anyone?