All the films from all the editions, including those subsequently removed, presently totalling 1187. An easy way of seeing how…
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
The Happiest, Dopiest, Grumpiest, Sneeziest movie of the year.
A beautiful girl, Snow White, takes refuge in the forest in the house of seven dwarfs to hide from her stepmother, the wicked Queen. The Queen is jealous because she wants to be known as "the fairest in the land," and Snow White's beauty surpasses her own.
Sorry, but the Queen is definitely hotter than Snow White. That slave in the mirror is a lying bastard!
Dear Disney people,
Thank you. I laughed so hard at the dwarfs, I fell off the couch.
Hugs and kisses,
(My daddy is Dirk and he made me watch this)
I've honestly never seen Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs before! Only "The Silly Song" sequence which airs each year here in Norway as part of the Disney Christmas special "From all of us to all of you" which has been one of the main Christmas traditions in our country for over 3 decades. And what else can I say then this was a real treat for someone who loves cartoons!
American's first feature length animation movie came at the end of 1937, a year where there was so little noticeable innovation in the movie industry. Honestly there was a sense of stagnation within the studios and ideas that year. Highly helped by the strict moral Hays Code preventing…
*Part of Disney Project*
Starting now, I will try to watch/re-watch every single Disney animated film in order from when they came out. I know it's going to take a long while and for all I know I could just be getting halfway through come a year from now. In any case, I just wanted to see if the films that had a huge effect on me as a kid will still have that effect on me now. Why? Because I love Disney and for most of us, we've loved Disney since we were kids. It's a cultural phenomenon that we've all been introduced to at least once in our lives and why not see how well they hold up…
Review In A Nutshell:
Feature Animation films have come a long way, starting all the way back in 1937 with Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarves; a film that proved what was considered the impossible. I grew up with Disney, it was practically my third parent; my mother would put it on as a way to occupy our afternoon and nights, teaching us lessons that would shape our perspectives of our surroundings, while also providing entertainment that would allow us to escape into its unique worlds, opening our imaginations and stimulating our sense of creativity. Eventually one would grow older, beginning to grasp the rules of reality, asking the real questions that would dampen the film’s power, and developing…
Need I say more? Had Snow White had never been made, the animation genre would probably not have existed. The animation is very colorful and detailed, mixing the cartoonish style with a natural setting, the characters are memorable, the songs are great, the heroine is likeable, and the villain is purely creepy. Great emotional ending, funny seven dwarfs, and beware of that dang poisoned apple, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is perfect entertainment for every family. Walt Disney's first animated feature is still... timeless.
"Magic Mirror on the all, who is the fairest one of all?"
Cast and characters: 9/10
Production values: 10/10
Please don't hate me.
I was surprised how much I enjoyed this on a rewatch. There's a lot that is clumsy and they are clearly still working out (human faces definitely being high on the list) but there's a lot that has remarkable charm considering how much new ground they're breaking. This marks the beginning of our Disney retrospective and I am looking forward to it.
Not the best film of Disney's but an important first step nonetheless
Timeless classic. Walt Disney's masterpiece.
The animation is truly beautiful, but like 20 minutes of this film is the same shit repeated 3 times, that and Snow White has no character other than having a shrill voice.
Not a bad film just...not y'know "Disney's most revered film".
Lana Parrilla wasn't in it but it was okay. :/
The O.G basic white girl.
Some of the segments for e.g. "Whistle While You Work," & "Heigh-Ho" are timeless. Top family entertainment that can be enjoyed by all ages.
dopey should be renamed creepy
The Mako Mori test is passed if the movie has a) at least one female character b) who gets her…
innovative means of cinematic meditation and,
thus, freshly developed processes of perception.
inspired by Michelle Arf's 'New Ideas for Film'…