People like the Disney movies they see on television, but not so much that they’ll spend hours obsessively clicking through each one of them.
For a couple of reasons: Most are not the best quality, and they look a bit fake to begin with.
The first, and most obvious, is that they’re not real.
They’re made up and often based on images or concepts borrowed from a third-party.
These fictional shows are often produced by the studios, who usually get a cut of each film, and then distribute it to theaters.
The studios don’t always pay for it themselves, and sometimes they do.
Disney says the quality of its movies has improved over the years, but that they often come with added elements that can make them look more authentic.
So the question is: Do people actually want to see them?
The second reason is that Disney movies are very popular.
The Walt Disney Co., based in Anaheim, California, has more than 3.4 million movie tickets sold a year, making it one of the top five movie ticket retailers in the world.
And that number has only grown since 2009, when the company began marketing its first series of Disney movies on television and in theaters.
It also has its sights set on producing more films in the future, which is where the lure of a reality-show-like look comes in.
To find out, Bloomberg asked readers whether they wanted to see a show that looked like a Disney film and whether they would pay to see it.
Most said they would, and some said they might.
Of the 523 people who responded to the survey, a total of 1,002 people answered.
The average response was 3.2, with an average age of 33.
The median age was 34.
That is an almost even split between those who answered yes and those who said no.
There are a few common themes among those who responded: They want to feel like they are in the film, not the real thing.
And they want to have fun while watching it, not be embarrassed by its realism.
That includes those who watched a movie on their smartphones or computers.
There is a lot to like in the results.
Some of the best results were for the film “Frozen,” a classic Disney classic that has been making waves in the past year.
That film has a more authentic look than many reality shows, and the audience loved it.
People said they’d be more likely to watch a Disney show if it had a realistic twist on the story.
And many people who said they wouldn’t pay for a reality TV show said they wanted a movie that looked and sounded like it.
“I don’t think there’s a movie out there that looks exactly like Frozen,” said Kristin McQuillan, a 34-year-old from Washington, D.C., who watched the film on her iPad.
She said she’d be much more likely if it was based on a reality.
The results also show a gap between what people want and what they’re willing to pay for.
More than two-thirds of those who replied to the poll said they were more likely than not to spend $100 on a ticket to see an actual movie, while about one-third said they expected to spend that amount.
That number varies by movie, with “The Avengers” the most expensive, at $1,917.
The survey, which was conducted between May 23 and May 26, was based entirely on phone calls, emails and text messages.
The number of people who answered the survey on a smartphone, however, increased slightly in the last week, and that may be because of a growing number of smartphone users in particular.
“The Disney Channel is seeing a lot of growth in mobile,” said Mark Dierker, a communications consultant in New York who specializes in entertainment business.
“It’s kind of a new audience.”
The Disney channel has been growing its reach, and it is now a top-rated cable network in the U.S. and a major player in the movie and TV business in other countries.
Its popular shows, like “The Mighty Ducks,” have become big hits on the big screen, and “Furious 7” has become a massive hit in theaters around the world with $1.5 billion in worldwide box office receipts.
The Disney movies also have a strong fan base online, where people can find the latest clips and news stories about the films and their makers.
To reach more people, the network is expanding its reach to digital channels.
The first Disney-owned digital channel launched last year, and today it has about 2.4 billion subscribers, about double the number of Disney-TV subscribers at the time.
In March, Disney also launched its own YouTube TV service, which allows people to watch shows on a computer and watch them online.
Disney and the company behind YouTube TV have been trying to improve