Absolutely. The pre-2005 disney shows AND original movies had more "heart". Even Stevens, Lizzie McGuire, TF:Jett Jackson, and The Jersey were great shows. They were all family oriented. Not tween fest muck. Raven was pretty good, since it was the first "Its a Laugh Productions" show. They put alot of effort into cementing the series, but everything else after that was half-baked.
Originally Posted by Light Lucario
The Org.Movies also gave lesser know actors/actresses a chance to shine. Brink, Zenon 1&2(3 was meh-ish), Smart House, Upx2 Away, The Color of Friendship, Alley Kats Strike, Phantom of the Megaplex, The Ultimate Christmas Present, Poof Point...etc I'll stop right there. All nostagic googles aside, these series had "heart". I wonder if its just the mentallity of america in 90s/early 00s. Now its just cookie cutter. Seriously. Insert actor A into the lead role. Actor B as the evil nemesis. Flip the switch and you've got a movie. 10 years ago, the movie made the actor, not the actor made the movie... There's no heart nowadays...kinda sad really. Atleast Good Luck Charlie is rekindling that flame from the TGIF days. Where the parents aren't complete morons, and make the kids feel dumb for a change. -whew-
Are you referring to their animated movies during the 2000s? Or their animated series. If the latter, I semi-disagree. Their more comedic shows, Buzz on Maggie, Dave the Barbarian, and Brandy & Mr. Whiskers were mediocre at best. The Replacements was "okay". The Proud Family was really good though. Their more action-oriented series, Kim Possible and JK:American Dragon were awesome shows.
Originally Posted by Dudley
Anime currently watching:
Hanasaku Iroha , Gad Guard, Birdy the Mighty, Eden of the East, Chromo Shelled Regios