It does everything a children's film should do except send little viewers home humming its theme song. We accompany when england sailors travelled to Virginia looking for gold and one of the main characters is introduced, JohnThe major plot of this movie, it's from when the europeans was sailing around the world, of course, in a romanticized way looking for treasures, lust, adventures.
In basically ever other Disney film I've seen, they all have the "let's live together and have babies and live happily ever after. Not to put this film down because it was wonderful, but there wasn't that special little spice that made the film a huge success like it's predecessors.
What is especially good about "Pocahontas" is the artistry of the animation. The parents' guide to what's in this movie. She's got sloe eyes, a rosebud mouth, billowing black hair and terrific muscle tone.
Onboard the ship are Captain John Smith and the voyage's leader Governor Ratcliffe, who believes the local Native Americans are hiding a vast collection of gold and seeks to gain it for his own. Ratcliffe, the leader of the expedition, is shown more as a buffoon than a villain.
First off, I know that for Hollywood to keep the audience's interest they do need to have their own little twist on history, but why not keep more true to the story of Pocahontas? Your purchase helps us remain independent and ad-free.
One of the bad things of the movie is the villain, he isn't very remarkable and didn't had much to do, he is just the big bad that hate everybody with prejudices and needed to be stopped, he is a lot stereotyped, and about that, a lot of the characters are, there is one specific that should marriy with Pocahontas and she doesn't want because apparentely he doesn't want adventure and stuff and he also is a big strong guy, but the movie never shows why she thinks that he isn't a perfect guy, seems that it is just because he is a big strong one.
Was this review helpful? The crew knows they will encounter hardships in the new land, but they are excited and talk about gold and fighting Indians.
The big picture - the new land of towering forests, sparkling streams and rugged cliffs - is drawn with a freedom and energy that has real power.