Sara Stewart is a critic from Pennsylvania, who has lashed out at the “Live Action” of The Little Mermaid, recounting her ordeal at the movies.
These are some of the criticisms with which he has destroyed the film.
1. The film is low light
The underwater scenes are low light, some of them are very difficult to see.
The scenes are also dark, under the excuse that they wanted to give a ‘natural light’ to the bottom of the sea.
2. They got rid of the song “Les Poissons”
“One of the funniest and catchiest songs from the original movie was cut entirely. I’m talking about “Les Poissons”.
“The excuse that the production gave was that said song was too ‘cartoonish’. And this is where I wonder: Isn’t that the point of making a children’s movie?
3. Prince Eric has a boring song
“The movie took Chef Louis out of the song, and gave Prince Eric a boring musical number.”
“The movie tries to be a romantic comedy rather than a Disney kids’ movie.”
4. The kids got bored at minute 90 and were wandering the halls
“The film is insufferably long. It lasts 2 hours and 15 minutes, unlike the original movie which lasted 1 hour and 20 minutes.”
“The result was that the children got bored, and they began to wander through the corridors of the cinema. Which leads to the question: Who exactly is this movie for? Why does it exist?
5. King Triton is boring and the diversity of his daughters is forced
“Although Javier Bardem is a first class actor, his character is flat and boring.”
“Triton’s daughters are a rainbow of ethnic diversity, which feels like a forced detail.”
6. Scuttle has a rap song that doesn’t match the movie.
“The movie added new songs. One of them is a rap performed by Scuttle.
“The rap scene feels so out of place in the movie, but at this point, it’s the least objectionable.”
7. It was a waste of time and money
“If there’s one thing all viewers will have in common, it’s the feeling of wasted time and money that this movie will give them.”
The criticism was blunt and does not think that ‘The Little Mermaid’ will become an inspiring film.
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Woman narrates her terrible experience watching “The Little Mermaid” in the cinema