The ‘non-woke’ Super Mario Bros. continues to storm the box office after securing its top spot for a fourth weekend, earning an additional $40 million in receipts, according to reports.
Below Super Mario Bros. is Evil Dead Rise with $12.2 million, followed by Are You There God? It’s Me Margaret at No. 3 with $6.8 million, John Wick: Chapter 4 at No. 4 with $5 million, and Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi at No. 5 with $4.7 million, according to Breitbart.
Although the film has only received a 56% critics score on Rotten Tomatoes, reviews from the audience have been overwhelmingly positive, with the movie receiving a whopping audience score of 96%.
Meanwhile, Disney is scrambling to find answers to why competitors are beating it out in a field the company has dominated for decades.
As The Daily Fetched reported last month:
Two animated Disney movies that embraced woke LGBTQ ideology became the biggest box office flops of 2022, losing the company a quarter of a billion dollars.
“Strange World,” which featured Disney’s first out gay teen hero, lost Disney almost $200 million, receiving the lowest audience score in Dsiney’s history of animated films with a “B” rating.
According to Deadline, the film had a $317.4 million budget but earned a measly $73.6 million at the box office.
Meanwhile, the Disney film “Lightyear,” which featured a gay kissing scene, became another major flop losing the company $106 million at the box office, earning the lowest CinemaScore of any “Toy Story” movie.
The two common themes between these Disney movies are their woke LGBTQ ideology, which judging by the reception and colossal financial losses, is not the type of films parents want their children to watch.
To put things in a more precise context, the top-grossing movie in 2022 was “Top Gun: Maverick” and the top two animated children’s films were “Sonic the Hedgehog 2” and “Minions: The Rise of Gru,” all of which did not bow to the woke overlords.
Now it looks like we can add Super Mario Bros. to the list.
READ: ‘Woke’ Disney Lost $123 Billion in Market Value in 2022 – Worst Year Since 1974