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Pocahontas: The daughter of a Native American tribe chief and English soldier share a romance when English colonists invade 16th century Virginia.

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Ratings: IMDB: 6.6/10 Metascore: 58% RT: 56%
Released: June 15, 1995
Runtime: 81 mins
Genres: Animation Drama Family History Musical Romance
Countries: USA
Director: Mike Gabriel
Actors: Billy Connolly Christian Bale Danny Mann David Ogden Stiers Frank Welker Gordon Tootoosis Irene Bedard Jim Cummings Joe Baker John Kassir Judy Kuhn Linda Hunt Mel Gibson Michelle St John Russell Means

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Posted by Pisces_ 2 years, 4 months ago
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My top Disney film. I absolutely the it from beginning to end. Especially the ending, this was finally a Disney film where the female didn't leave all that she loved and knew just to be with a man. As a child I never understood why she didn't. Truly just the best Disney about self discovery and self purpose. 10/10

Posted by Paris146 5 years, 11 months ago
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Pocahontas, she's my best disney princess...John Smith and Pocahontas are so meant for each other thats why I always cry at the end scene when Pocahontas has to say goodbye and then when she does, she runs after the ship...:( makes me CRY EVERYTIME. John Smith for Pocahontas....not no John Ralph business in Pocahontas 2... LOL

Posted by ZakNickAaron4ever 4 years, 6 months ago
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An absolutely outstanding piece of cinema magic, what a shame it had to be followed by the worst piece Disney has ever made as a follow up to a great classic like this. I adore this film but it's sequal leaves much to be desired. Great music, great logic great film! 10/10

Posted by BuntyFish 5 years, 6 months ago
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I'm ashamed to say this is my first time watching Pocahontas. I'm really glad my friend told me to watch it. It's moving, romantic, funny and has beautiful animation and songs.

Posted by ckgranger 1 year, 1 month ago ( Edited 1 year, 1 month ago )
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i love this movie, one of my favs. ps. the reason people complain about its inaccuracy isn't because they don't know it's for children. It's because when you're young and impressionable and also learning history in school (which is taught inaccurately by the way)it doesn't occur to you that a historically based movie would be a complete lie. Combine that with how kids learn about 'indians' (also incorrect) and you have one big mess. it causes a lot of ignorance, misunderstanding, and social/historical bias because you've learned it wrong from the very beginning. the john smith thing...that's not really important honestly. It's the way that the groups interact with each other and how the events take place that's teaching it wrong. It bothers me just because my bachelors is in history, and i myself grew up with wrong information so i know other kids have too. But i'm also not going to knock the fact that this is a movie, fictional, for entertainment purposes and it's a damn good one. Disney has NEVER followed history or the accuracy of fairy tales. This is just another in the list of them. My hope is that our society realizes the true facts of all of the world's history and tries not to make the same mistakes again.

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Posted by Sarsaparilla 1 year, 2 months ago
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As a kid I thought that the raccoon was the funniest part of the movie. As an adult I think the raccoon is the best part of the movie. It's a good movie and everyone should see it, but it's one of the oldest plots/storylines ever told.

Posted by Frelene 3 years, 6 months ago
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10/10 This is so cute and I love the song Color of the Wind. This has different concept which is tribe. I love watching this over and over again :)

Posted by xmienekex 4 years, 1 month ago
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I thought all farytales had happy endings I think this is the first one I saw without one

Posted by raidmar 4 years, 3 months ago
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haven't seen in a long time. still amazes me. 10/10

Posted by fayeza2000 4 years, 4 months ago
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10/10 i love this movie, specially john smith and Pocahontas hair. outstanding movie

Posted by horn52010 5 years, 8 months ago
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waiting just around the riverbend<3<3 xoxo love this classic

Posted by LETTERGAL 5 years, 9 months ago
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OMG THATS LIKE THE ONLY MOVIE I WILL WATCH OVER AND OVER AGAIN

Posted by einahpetsrod 5 years, 9 months ago
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This is the best film ever! The best movie from my childhood! A romantic but painful story .. Loving someone is fighting for until the end .... Love the music to!

Posted by proana 6 years, 4 months ago
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It's actually a little boring, but I still think it's a classic, and a must see. I love the music, really is a great family film. 4/5.

Posted by msclover 6 years, 7 months ago
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a movie i loved as a child lol

Posted by MizzBri 6 years, 8 months ago
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This used to be my absoulte favorite movie! All my friends call me Poca because im black with long hair haha. still such a great film for all ages no matter how old you are

Posted by daivee 1 year, 9 months ago
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Not your usual princess, in a good way. 4/5

Posted by Ravengal101 2 years, 10 months ago ( Edited 2 years, 10 months ago )
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Wow! I knew that this movie was old but I had no idea that it was older than me. O.o Finally re-watching this after so many years, I think I've better understood it in a way 13 year old me couldn't. Granted, I've also noticed some of its failings - mainly generated through Disney's attempt to keep it comprehensible for children. The typical character-being-shot-but-we-see-no-blood thing is nothing to mumble about. That's understandable because it was geared at a younger audience but the part where Pocahontas and John Smith overcome the language barrier between them in the span of 5 seconds because of the WIND killed me. That's absolutely ridiculous! In fact, 'listening to the wind' seems to resolve a lot of issues in this show. Lol! I know there's a deeper meaning behind it all...but that doesn't make it any less outrageous. Unlike most people who didn't like Pocahontas because of the not-happy ending, I always loved this movie. The soundtrack is so meaningful (you don't find great lyrics like that just anywhere nowadays) and even years after I still knew all the words to sing along. XD This is a timeless movie; save it for your children and pretend like Disney never made a sequel to it. :D

Posted by lparkin 3 years, 4 months ago
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i'm a 19 year old boy and i still think this movie is great 10/10

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Posted by JackiLynn1134 3 years, 7 months ago
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love this movie and to all those complaining that its not accurate, its a kids movie they dont care if its accurate they care that it has pretty colors and fun songs u dont watch the movie cars and say "thats not accurate cars dont talk" nobody is going to go to their history class when they are learning about this and say "but the disney movie said her best friend was a raccoon and a humming bird and john smith was the same age as her" so just relax and enjoy the movie for what it is ENTERTAINMENT

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