With the most recent handout of the trailer for Aladdin, we got our first look at Will Smith as the Genie. Regrettably, it left a lot of fans scratching their thoughts, to say the least. The Internet backlash was immediate, and for the right reasons, too: the CGI is horrifying. The Genie looks like a terrifying fan-edit, and it’s still hard to believe that the wrongdoing was offset with the full funding of Disney behind it.

Disney has been recently propagandizing live-action remakes of its more popular movies and so far they have been incredibly successful. With more and more movies being exhausted, however, they run the risk of resolving up with more CGI nightmares like the Genie.

Disney needs to be very careful with who they decide to give the CGI makeover to because while some of them may work extremely well, there are also some that could lead to the taunt the Genie has received a total of. Here are some of the characters that Disney should avoid remaking and some that will actually work.

10 Unspeakable: Ursula

There’s a lot to capture when it is necessary to Ursula. The Little Mermaid managed to create one of the most compelling villains by blending the perfect extents of menacing, humorous, and strangely endearing.

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The character has become iconic, and her inspection is a very big one of the purposes of that. To try and captivate it with CGI would create a villain that is scaring to even think about. The tentacles, skin color, and white-hot “hairs-breadth” underwater all present massive challenges. It’s difficult to see this invention being anything but a automobile crash.

9 Good: The Fox And The Hound

The Fox and The Hound is one of Disney’s most heart-wrenching movies, and determining the pair watch even more lifelike would add to the sadness.

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The property deserves a comeback, and it would be easy to pull off the swine in CGI. It would be a great direction to stir everyone ‘ugly cry’ in theaters again.

8 Terrifying: Stitch

One of the greatest proportions about Lilo and Stitch is the transition from Stitch being a monster to being an adorable friend. The CGI version would almost certainly captivate the ogre part and nothing else.

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While it’s easy to see how they could create a creepy alien jeopardy with CGI, the ability to have Stitch also present his cute side is an virtually impossible challenge. Thoughts a Seam started with computer graphics saying “Ohana signifies family” is enough to recur your dreams.

7 Good: Kuzco

The beautiful part of captivating Kuzco as a llama in CGI is that even if it gapes a little bit creepy, that’s kind of the quality. The Emperor’s New Groove is one of Disney’s funniest movies, and portrait a CGI llama with Kuzco’s voice behind it is already funny.

6 Terrible: Hades

Hades from Hercules suffers from the same problem as Stitch, it would be hard to show him as anything but fearing. The glows rising when he gets angry would look incredible in CGI, but he might vanish a bit more far for a movie aimed at providing infants. There is so much more to the character than exactly being the God of Death, and it would be almost impossible to appreciate his baked wit and irony while staring at the fangs, sunken attentions, and flaming head of the character. A CGI version “wouldve been” much more suited for a horror movie.

5 Good: Aristocats

If there’s one field where CGI has been shown to work, it’s with animals. The recent adaption of The Jungle Book testified just how well these new technologies is able to handle recreating animals, and the trailer for The Lion King appears highly promising.

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Aristocats is a lesser-known Disney property that would be perfect to bring back. Having lower levels of a follower cornerstone means that there’s less risk, and it’s also a great nature to pioneer younger gatherings to the cute cats.

4 Severe: Mushu

Unlike the other reputations on the list, we know that Mushu actually will be appearing in a live-action remaking. Mulan is scheduled to come out soon, and it has been reported that Mushu will be appearing. It is very difficult to see how they are going to be able to pull this one off, even from simply a technological aspect.

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Mushu is a very small, very slim dragon that does a lot of disguise and blending in places. The actual handout will show whether or not Disney can pull it off, but my money is on Mushu having a much smaller role or it being a terminated disaster.

3 Good: Robin Hood

Robin Hood is a timeless tale that Disney masterfully reimagined consuming swine. The proof that this would work is again with the remaking of The Jungle Book. Interestingly, the living for Little John in Robin hood was immediately copied from Baloo, and there’s no reason for they couldn’t make love again.

2 Horrid: John Silver

Treasure Planet, Disney’s adaption of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, is one of Disney’s most under-appreciated movies. They tried something incredibly bold, and it could only be plucked off in animation. Trying to do a terminated live-action remake would be a serious challenge, with all of the immigrant references and floating carries. A specific challenges would be the character of John Silver, a cyborg alien raider. It’s tough to thoughts even where to begin trying to use CGI to reinvent the villain.

1 Good: Terk

While “theres been” countless different versions of Tarzan to stumble the big screen, Disney’s fun take on the character will always stand out.

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One reason why Disney’s version handiworks so well was the ability to give all of the animals real temperaments. Planet of the Apes has shown that gorillas are likely to be captivated extremely well consuming CGI and it would be nice to see a merriment Tarzan on screen again.

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