Animated Analysis: Pocahontas 2
There's a fart joke here... something to do with "painting with the colors of the wind," perhaps?
Name: The Prince of Toons
Date And Time: 2012-12-24 08:06:44Comment:
This one was better than the first one! By the way, I think everyone complaining about the Pocahontas film series not being historically accurate is nitpicking. If it was completely historically accurate, it wouldn't BE a movie. Or at the very least, not a very original one.
Date And Time: 2012-04-09 18:02:30Comment:
Wow what typos I mean when pocahontas lived, not if she lived
Date And Time: 2012-04-09 18:01:50Comment:
I think you mean either 1713 or 1813. I don't know pocahontas lived, but, it was alo earlier than 1913. (Don't quote me on this)
Date And Time: 2011-10-20 05:35:38Comment:
Pocahontas isn't really my favourite Disney movie, but the one thing which worked was the ending even if it wasn't faithful to the so called "true story". The second movie effectively ruined it, so I don't care if it's bad or not, it should have never been made.
Not that I'm against Sequels in general, but I think they should only made one if they still have a story to tell and if it doesn't ruin the integrity of the first movie.
Name: Neil Dunsmore
Date And Time: 2011-10-20 02:30:15Comment:
I'm very mixed about the original Pocahontas film myself. Sure, it looks great and has excellent music, but really, the romance between Smith and Pocahontas makes Snow White's romance look believable! I felt no connection between the two! And Gibson was second-rate... not to mention it was kind of boring. I mean, Hunchback was also a serious film and it managed to be entertaining.
As for the sequel... you actually changed my mind about it.
Date And Time: 2011-10-19 11:26:31Comment:
Date And Time: 2011-10-19 09:41:13Comment:
"Pocahontas" is one of my favorite Disney movies, because I love the music and the animation, and sure it's not completely true to the real Pocahontas story, but I seriously doubt like hell that story is 100% historically accurate anyway. This movie, on the other hand, was OK. I liked the music and the fact that they made Ratcliffe more sinister, but it's definitely not my favorite of the Disney sequels. And for some reason John Rolph reminds me of Basil of Baker Street from "The Great Mouse Detective"...probably because they're both British dudes who start off acting like total pricks to the female leads but end up caring very much for them.
Date And Time: 2011-10-19 09:16:12Comment:
Or comment, or I don't know I'm too tired to figure out.
Date And Time: 2011-10-19 08:59:34Comment:
It's ironic that Shakespeare has a cameo in this. The Manga Shakespeare graphic novel series "King Lear" is set in North America in 1759 (long after Shakespeare's time) with Lear and his daughters being First Nations people. Just an observation.