Well, there's no way of knowing this of course. I was just trying to say that from my impression, the animators by and large seemed to like (or at least respect) Katzenberg. He wasn't just another "clueless executive" like David Stainton or Tom Schumacker.You sure sounded like you were disputting it. I bet a lot less people hate Lasseter than Katzenberg.
BTW I don't know John Lassetter but I've seen recent interviews with him on the Monsters Inc and Finding Nemo DVDs and he seemed kind of stuck-up to me. Very full of himself.
Those events were all pretty disturbing, but the Killing of the First Born is children being struck by down by G-d. That's a hard subject to deal with in an animated, to say nothing of Disney, film.You mean like Bambi's mom dying? Mufasa's murder? Frollo killing Quasimodo's mom?
No problem, same here!Well thank you. I respect yor stubborness and admire passionate heart.
I bet that when the Bible was written they were thinking of Katzenberg and Eisner...especially when those events were taking place. lol.
Yeah....you never know. (j/k)