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Set in 1607, this movie tells a mostly fictionalized story of the way the Native American Princess arrived to connection with the English Settlers lead by explorer John Smith and the greedy Governor Ratcliffe. The settlers aim to strip mine the land of its most valuable resources, putting them at chances with the Powhatan tribe who live off the land. Thus, the conflicts between the two cultures ensue, and war is declared. This day To, I believe “Pocahontas” is among the best looking animated movies I’ve ever seen.

’s only a firkin work of art, and a genuine feast for the optical eye. The animators were clearly inspired by early Disney films like “Sleeping Beauty” to train on a lot of “line work” for the overall design, but the colors are so absorbing that you hardly even notice. Also, even though this isn’t a fantasy, the forest setting has this really magical atmosphere still, and the entire passing of the movie allows me to feel completely submersed in this global world. Beyond the arresting visuals, the overall direction and transition of select occasions are beautifully shot with an artistic narrative and rhythm.

For example, one of my favorite moments is the build up to when Pocahontas first satisfies John Smith by the waterfall. That is a long segment without dialogue at all, the scene conveys everything through the type computer animation and path magnificently. You could probably watch this film on mute and it would be a satisfying experience, although, that would deprive you of the films next be highlight.

For all the films brief comings, “Pocahontas” continues to be undeniably one of Disney’s best musicals, among my top three favorites for certain probably. The other two would have to be “Beauty and the Beast” and “Frozen” respectively. Each song suits the complete tale, and independently their all very memorable. The song “Just across the Riverbend” continues to be an individual favorite of mine, with its engaging musical rhythm and inspiring theme of daring to explore the unknown. I’ve always liked the starting song “Virginia Company” combined with “Steady as the Beating Drum”, as they expose us to both ethnicities in visual details.

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Even Alan Menken’s instrumental track is fantastic to hear, and received the Academy Honor for best original score rightfully. The villain song titled “Savages” is one of the greatest to ever come from Disney, or any musical for that matter. It doesn’t revolve around an individual “bad guy”, but a collected hatred among two diverse classes, rendering it very unique.

While the lyrics in the music are a little hockey, the track itself is still riveting and the visible style of the tune is once more sensational. Perhaps Governor Ratcliffe’s actual villain track is also kind of catchy too. Of course the most famous song of all is the Oscar winning “Colors of the Wind”, which despite being truly a little preachy is one of Disney’s great classic tracks still.