All the films from all the editions, including those subsequently removed, presently totalling 1167. 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…
Evil stepmoms. They're a stereotype for a reason.
How could anyone give this film a negative review? I’m not saying that it is impossible to view this animation classic and have a less than stellar impression of it. I’m saying that this film is so beloved and so ingrained in the popular culture that writing a review that could be perceived as “bad” could illicit vitriol from anyone who reads it. That being said….
I’m joking a little bit. I did not dislike this film, but I feel that the seemingly universal praise of this movie is more than a bit hyperbolic.
The movie is an important historical and culture milestone. It was the first feature length animated movie to be released across the country. It made an…
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…
I could watch this movie over and over again. Goes to show how advanced animated movies have gotten since then. Although, I did read somewhere that the animation style of this film was not accurate for the time period of this movie. -Whether it was a credible source, I'm not to sure.
snow white is so basic idg all the fuss about her.. this story has been dumb since always promoting fairness and whiteness as the gold standard of beauty, that racist mirror needs to answer some real questions
Note: though I rate it a 3.5/5, the animation alone is probably 4.5/5. The film is definitely animated really well and fluently, but that's not merely why. The animation is incredibly creative in terms of expressionism and portraying ideas through moving images, like hidden concepts behind wacky actions only animation can portray throughout every other story telling medium.
The reason why a lot of the scenes are exaggerated is because they're portraying some sort of thought or idea the characters and objects themselves provoke. Obvious example is the animals; of course you're never going to encounter animals that follow your commands, or help you when you're in danger. But they themselves a portrayal of trust and an open gate for…
87/100 | A- | Great
In the first-ever animated feature film, Snow White, a gentle young princess forced to work as a maid in her kingdom, is the target of murder by her evil stepmother, the Queen, as the former is prophesied to be the “fairest of them all”. Frightened, Snow runs away and seeks shelter with a clumsy family of sweet but ragtag dwarves. The animation in this film was state-of-the-art in film history at the time but remains memorable to this day. The 8-hand script ensures laughter and likeness towards the dwarves and the indelible but somewhat flat princess we follow. However, a terrifying and menacing change to the Queen during the second act makes the hatefulness towards…
Considering that the Disney company would go on to become the preeminent media empire of our time as well as one of the 2 or 3 most successful brands in history, this is arguably the most important movie ever made, and as the first feature length piece of animation, inarguably one of the most influential. There's a weird Philip K. Dickesque alternate timeline where "Disney's Folly" as Snow White was dubbed during it's long production, turned out to be just that and I bet it's not as good.
The film itself, while still an impressive achievement isn't the best; Snow herself is as bland as they come and there is a lot of cartoony nonsense padding out the story that doesn't exactly breeze by (though not the sequence with the dwarves and Snow White dancing, that's one of my very favorite pieces of animation). But the art is incomparable and the villain is terrific.
I have loved this movie since I was a child. My favorite part of the movie is when they took Snow White into the mine. When she saw all the shiny gems, I felt as if I was seeing them from her eyes. I have watched this movie as a child and with my children, I see it the same way as I did when I was a child.
"Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?"
As you may have noticed already by now, I’m currently going through all of the Disney Classics from beginning to end, pretty much chronologically – the only sidesteps I’m going to take will be in the beginning of things, because of the fact that I have already seen two of them out of order, and I don’t feel like revisiting them already with less than a month between, obviously. So here we are, with the first ever Disney feature length animated film, and it is also the first in the Classics line, which is widely praised and loved all over the world. ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’…
I'm sure I saw this as a kid but I think I was too cynical for it even then. Snow White is an obnoxious goody-two shoes who ditches her friends as soon as the Prince kisses her back to life. Disney style wasn't quite homogenised at this point, but animation already feels far less exciting and experimental.
Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!