I really don't want this to be a Disney movie, but I guess it is now.
The line "I'm the mascot of an evil corporation" will now forever be mistaken as a gentle roasting of the show's totally-harmless-and-innocent new boss.
True story: Last year, I was at a party in a friend's house and, after some favorable song choices, ended up being the DJ of the night.
Halfway through the night, I decided to play the theme song to this movie, the thought being "If they know THIS song, I'll know I'm in the right place".
To my complete surprise, not only did they know the song, they fucking SCREAMED upon hearing it and started gushing about the movie itself,…
It's really not enough to just like a movie anymore, is it?
You people have to always feel justification for it, don't you?
You can't say "I liked Sing because it was fun and it had singing animals", nooooooo, no no no, you HAVE to like "important" movies that make you feel like a good moral citizen for seeing them.
I'm not against people who don't like broad entertainment, it's obviously not for everyone.
I AM, however, against people who…