1. It's high school (important for Disney! :-( )
2. There are relationships (oh yeah, now THAT'S acceptable for little kids...NOT!!!!!)
3. There is a big, big kiss...
"Will it blend? That is the question." Blendtec (a Utah company, believe it or not!) founder Tom Dickson says this at the beginning of every episode of "Will It Blend?," the hot new show that is sweeping the internet nation. Using a home version of a Starbucks blender, he destroys everything he feels like destroying, such as an iPod, some golf balls, a garden rake handle, and he even whips up a nice, tall glass of Cochicken!!!!! (That's a 12-ounce can of Coke plus a whole chicken, cut in half.) My favorite episode is where he puts titanium golf balls in the blender, and when he turns it on, it seems like the balls wouldn't blend at all! You hear a funny noise instead! However, when the blender is turned up, the balls DO blend!!!!! Also funny is the one where he puts a Sony Handycam camcorder, brand new, out of the box, into a running blender while still recording (from a PC, of course). When Ray Hansen, the guy who runs the "Will It Blend?" website, takes the blended camcorder back to the store, the "B*st B*y" lady says, "Like it's not...that's not something we can return." Hilarious!!!!! But the most extreme episode is where Tom puts six Bic lighters into the blender and he "flicks the Bic button!!!!!" LOL!!!!! The best part is, "Will It Blend?" comes out of Utah, so there's no smut or devil-liking content in this show unlike two well-known (unfortunately) high school movies made in the same state (hint, hint!!!!!). Also great is when home users upload spoofs onto YouTube and usually either the jar or the blade breaks!!!!! ("No, it doesn't blend!!!!!") Oh, and did I mention: "(item) smoke. Don't breathe this!!!!!"
So why do I hate these two movies as well as almost anything else "New Disney" so much? For the kissing, the high schooling, and the devil-worshipping!!!!! I give this one star and that is being generous!!!!!
P.S. Two more things: I am glad that Disney is finally releasing "Golden Age" content on Bluray now ("Sleeping Beauty" is coming next fall), and if you want a decent Utah-made work where the money is funded for something better than demonic, endless Halloween-themed DCOMs (at least that's what my parents think), watch "Will It Blend?" from Blendtec (which I just mentioned above)!!!!!