Five kids take you behind the scenes of Disney's biggest productions and creations including movies, music videos, theme parks and video games and show you how it's all done.
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Five kids take you behind the scenes of Disney's biggest productions and creations including movies, music videos, theme parks and video games and show you how it's all done.

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Often dumb, thinly-veiled promotional tool
10 July 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Disney Channel airs these "Movie Surfers" specials (and portions as interstitials) when Disney movies are playing in theaters. Some of it is insightful and even interesting in the behind-the-scenes / inside trivia. But more often than not, it's a bunch of braindead teenagers being paid to heap praise onto the latest Disney film. I'm sure all of them have genuinely loved every single Disney film from the past 5 years. If they were worthwhile, maybe Disney would include them on the DVD releases of its films. But in general, it's a thinly-veiled effort to get kids to want to see their latest films. The benefit of having a family cable channel - something that Viacom takes good advantage of with its Nickelodeon films.


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