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Even though Disney Classics are great, doesn't it annoy آپ that...

All of the فلمیں based a real historical figure, are horribly inaccurate. Pocahontas. Great movie. The most false reference to history I've ever seen. Anastasia. I'm not as annoyed with that one just because it's kind of based on what could have happened. It still has many inaccurate elements, but because it's مزید of a "could have been" than a "glorified this is what happened... kinda... not really", I can forgive it. I realize that a lot of gore is in the real story, but that doesn't mean change EVERYTHING! Just take out the violence and replace it with something مزید child appropriate. Like, instead of having someone beat unconscious, for example, just have her yelled at یا something. That's only minor example, and a pretty pathetic one at that, but don't آپ agree? If they want to base a movie off of something that really happened, then they should do their research. Only change what آپ have to to make it G-rated.
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Anastasia isn NOT Disney.
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Saphir said:
I disagree. I think the goal of those فلمیں are not to be realistic. Disney makes movie so they can entertain children. If it is funny and have great artistic design, I think the story doesn't have to be like it was in reality. Also, most of adults fimls clamed historicly correct still make some mistakes. The filmmakers must do changes so the story can fit with the audiences and disney adapts the stories so they can be easy to understand as a child and also in order to make the little ones(and bigger ones)dream.

That is my opinion. I respect yours.
(Sorry if my english is not perfect, it is not my born-language)
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I agree that they don't have to be completely accurate. Kids liking them is مزید important, but they change everything. The only thing they keep is names and relative location. Again, I still like the movies, they just could keep some things historically accurate. Your English is pretty good. It's a lot better than my Spanish (:
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iluvmydog525 said:
I completely agree with آپ I wish Disney didn't drastically change the little mermaid. یا Peter Pan I don't get why Tinkerbell is all woman-like it doesn't say she is in the book یا with that lost boys in animal suites what's with that? Alice in Wonderland didn't have what the book had and The Hunchback of Notre Dame why even make that movie practically everyone dies. But Walt himself didn't change them toooo much but tangled ugh horrible interpretation of Rapunzel not at all alike.
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brendaluvbunny said:
i disagree its not annoying because most historical stories r not happy endings and thats disneys trademark and wat little kid is gonna relate 2 and b mesmerized سے طرف کی the actual historical happenings
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JaimeRay said:
فلمیں are ultimately for entertaining, and if children wanted to learn a historical lesson, they could watch a documentry. I like that Disney adapts stories and changes them accordingly... Like The Hunchback of Notre Dame, which really has Phoebus cheating on Esmeralda (who also dies and is - for lack of a better word - a tramp). They tone it down to make it appropriate, relatable, and enjoyable. BUT, I don't think it's right to manipulate historical figures as extensively as they did in say, Pocahontas. It was a great story, but it really had nothing to do with who Pocahontas was and what she stood for. I think they should have instead changed the native's name and made it a disney original story. Which it basically was anyways. Personally, I would like to see مزید فلمیں like Hunchback with deeper messages even if they do come at the cost of a PG rating, and it definitely annoys me when plots are completely inaccurate... (non-disney example would be A Beautiful Mind... John the schizophrenic see's people everywhere the entire movie, but he didn't in real life). Anyways, I'm all over the map here, but I do agree with you. I'm glad they change it for the kids, but they're not doing reality justice. I certainly wouldn't want a movie made of my life if the Director was planning to skew the truth beyond recognition, but perhaps I'm being to hard on them. I love Disney, but I too wish they were a bit مزید accurate in their depictions.
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