I have not see Pocahontas in years. I think I only saw it once, like 10 years ago. From what I remember, this movie is based on the life of the true Pocahontas. She was a Native American princess. She was also the first woman to get elected into the British Parliament. Thanks to her influence, she kept the British colonist from being mean to the Natives while she lived. The movie focuses on the arrival of Colonists. All the settlers wanted to find Gold. Only John Smith was opened to the Natives' way of life. Mostly, because he liked Pocahontas.
Then again, he was humored by Pocahontas claims of having gold. However, what she called gold was maize. The fat guy, who represented the Conquistador spirit, was quite hilarious. Its interesting how both the Natives and the Colonists acted like savages. Well, they mutually thought they were evil. The tragedy is that they were right. The Natives were xenophobic. Considering history, their fears were not unfounded. The colonist thought that anyone who was not British was a savage.
Needless to say, the accusation of savagery was just an excuse to dehumanize your enemy. When you see your enemy as a monster, then it becomes easy to slay them. Sour points aside, let us get back to the movie. I thought it was pretty interesting how Pocahontas learned the language of John Smith. Her grandma Willow was pretty cool. You know, talking with the spirits. I also like the song she sang to John Smith while introducing him to her country. It was also interesting the comparison of pets. Pocahontas had her Raccoon and Hummingbird. John Smith had his pug.
The final battles was also quite humoring. Well, the second part was not half bad of the Pocahontas Disney movie. Then again, I seen better second parts. The design of Pocahontas was pretty cute. She had such a lovely singing voice. Then again, I watched that movie in Spanish. The Spanish singer lady sang well. I suppose, I have nothing else to say about this Disney movie. Pocahontas is a 5 stars worthy Disney movie.