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Great Job, Internet!: Read This: Leo The Lion and the worst animation Netflix has to offer

For a time in the 1960s and 1970s, certain low-budget filmmakers briefly abandoned the horror and softcore porn genres to make extremely cheap kids’ films like The Magic Land Of Mother Goose and The Wonderful Land Of Oz. Why? Because an economic opportunity had presented itself. Theaters were running special kids-only matinees, and they needed product. So the schlockmeisters churned out fairy-tale films as quickly and economically as possible. Something similar may be happening in the 2010s on Netflix. Poor quality CGI children’s films, many of them pale knockoffs of more famous Disney titles, are currently flooding the mega-popular streaming service. But even here, in the very lowest echelons of show business, certain works still manage to stand out from the crowd for their brazen, all-encompassing incompetence. New York writer Brian Feldman discusses one such abomination in an article called “The Nightmare World Of Leo The Lion, Netflix’s

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