Pocahontas DVD Review
Ten year's ago Disney released a movie that chronicled the infamous love story of John Smith and Pocahontas. Now, you can own this classic Disney movie on DVD!
The classic love story of John Smith and Pocahontas has finally made its way to DVD! Disney releases this two-disc set on the tenth anniversary of its original debut. Read on to find out if this DVD is one that you need to add to your Disney collection.
Pocahontas - A New World Adventure
Long before Tom started dating Katie, North America was still undiscovered by the Europeans. That is, until Captain John Smith and his crew from England arrived to pillage and steal whatever they could find. But Pocahontas and her clan aren't about to just stand back and let the Europeans take what is theirs. Despite the evil intentions of these Europeans, Pocahontas is convinced that John Smith's arrival is a sign of her destined path in life.
Pocahontas - Fight for Freedom
Pocahontas' father has promised the most fearless warrior of their tribe, Kokoum, her hand in marriage, but Pocahontas has other ideas about true love. She is totally smitten with John Smith. As you would expect, this love triangle takes a turn for the worse and John Smith ends up killing Kokoum. Suddenly both sides are out for blood - but who will win?
Pocahontas - DVD Features
For the tenth anniversary of one of their movies, Disney really rolls out the red carpet. There are a ton of great extras including new footage, deleted scenes and some cool games. Don't feel like watching the whole movie? Then just pop the DVD in and sing along to all your fave Pocahontas tracks!
Pocahontas - Bottom Line
This is one of the great love stories. Every time you hear it, bits and pieces of the story will change, but the overall idea stays the same. Love can conquer anything. I know, that sounds super sappy, but this flick is more than just a mushy love story. There's adventure, battles and some really cute animals! A definite must have for any DVD collection.
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