All the films from all the editions, including those subsequently removed, presently totalling 1177. 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…
La primera película de Disney también fue, según me han contado, la película que más me atrapaba cuando era pequeño. Vista ahora, a mis 21 años, puedo entender perfectamente el por qué.
Una animación preciosa, divertidas canciones y personajes encantadores, además de numerosos pequeños gags que no recordaba. Creo que si hay que elegir una palabra para describir esta película es "bonita".
¿Puntos negativos? Quizá un comienzo algo lento con un exceso de Blancanieves cantando y animalillos acompañándola, lo que junto al insulso personaje del príncipe hace que las mejores escenas del principio del metraje sean sin duda las protagonizadas por la Reina. Hasta que aparecen los enanitos y toman el control absoluto, claro está.
You gotta hand it to the man, David Handled his two Disney features quite well. Colorful songs, memorable characters and, what later Disney releases gravely lack, soulful (((radiant))) art. Not to mention the brooding darkness lurking about, abiding the precise moment to conquer. Makes it all so cosy.
After almost 80 years, "Disney's folly" barely seems to have aged. It was one of the first full-length animated films and has inspired hundreds of animators. While the first titular character doesn't get much development, the seven dwarfs makes up for it.
The plot's simplistic, you have a beautiful girl who becomes the target of an evil queen who wants to kill her in order to become the most beautiful women of them all. The young girl runs away and ends up in the house of seven dwarfs, ending up taking care of them, and them doing the same thing for her.
Back then, they were still experimenting with animation, so it's plot isn't nearly as complex as some later…
Iconic, elemental, problematic, amusing, tedious (even at 83 min.)
I love the classic Walt Disney movies! Especially Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs because it is the first and oldest animated film made by Walt Disney in the year 1937. I aboslutely love and appreciate the quality of the movie, the drawn images, and the original colour that is not as bright as today's top quality picture. The music is a much older operatic kind of sound, which is different and I like that because it makes the movie feel much more classic. The storyline is a classic princess fairytale that I enjoy because I grew up watching Disney movies as a young child. Nothing beats the old Disney classics.
This is as simple as the Snow White story can get given the lack of support to this supposed folly of Disney. The success of this movie leads parents to believe that all animation is Disney even when it isn't. It's that good.
It was the film that started an animation empire... and you know what? Even more than eight decades after its initial release, it still holds up pretty damn well. Sure, if one were to compare it to future Disney films, it's a bit simpler in terms of story and characters but that doesn't mean that it's a bad film. The animation is still solid even by today's standards and the characters will always be iconic. It's a piece of both Disney and animation history as not only the first traditionally-animated feature-length film but as the first in what would become a long line of Disney animated classics.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
There are plenty of classic movies that remain famous, but don’t necessarily get watched by non-movie nerds. Sure, Battleship Potemkin invented the concept of the montage and pioneered editing techniques that are still used today, almost a century later, but I’m sure there are way more people reading this who’ve never seen it than those who have.
For some reason though, kids’ movies seem to stick around longer and be nenjoyed by more generations. Maybe parents force them on their own kids, maybe there’s something about animation that makes them seem more visually timeless. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was the first ever feature length animated movie. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is now almost 80 years old. But I think you’d be hard pressed to find people of any generation since then, who didn’t see this movie at least once as a kid.
Diese Welt und ihre Kreaturen sind mir viel zu niedlich und kitschig, aber die Animation ist schon erstaunlich, nicht nur die flüssigen, ausladenden Bewegungen, die erst den typischen Zeichentrick-Slapstick erlauben, sondern vor allem auch die Hintergründe, die eine viel reichhaltigere Textur haben als die beinahe flächigen Strichmännchen im Vordergrund und durch Ebenen-Staffelung sehr plastisch wirken. Diese Domestizierungs- und Heimchen-am-Herd-Geschichte ist aber arg bieder. Ich war tatsächlich eher auf der Seite der gewitzten, ehrgeizigen Königin als auf der des naiven Schneewittchens. Schließlich ist jene auch nur ein Opfer des Mythos, dass für Frauen Schönheit mehr als alles zu zählen hat. Ich glaube, an Disneys Figurenzeichnung und an seinen Geschichten werde ich mich generell noch öfter reiben, vor allem, wenn die Augen dann so übertriebene Ausmaße annehmen, aber wenigstens gibt es abgesehen davon viel Schönes zu gucken.
Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!