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Desc:1920s New Orleans didn't have racism, but it sho' had voodoo!
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Classic Movies
Tags:Disney, voodoo, New Orleans, keith david, Princess and the Frog
Submitted:MongoMcMichael
Date:04/23/10
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Comment count is 21
Xenocide
Whatever other problems this film may have had, they NAILED it with the villain.
WHO WANTS DESSERT
Yep! Dark skinned with ethnic features while the protagonist is a coffee-colored Ken doll. A real return to form for Disney.

Boxhead
Just to get this ball rolling.

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=64591

Xenocide
Um, the protagonist is a female.

But her boyfriend being "coffee colored" and not sufficiently "ethnic looking" probably has something to do with the fact that black people are not interchangeable and actually have a variety of skin tones and features. Fancy that.

Midnight Man
A variety of skin tones and features coded to their trustworthiness for our convenience

dementomstie
This still makes me want to see the rest of this movie. That was rather amazing. I fear I'll be disappointed in the rest of that movie, now that I saw that bit first.
Rodents of Unusual Size
It's a wonderful film. And it has John Goodman in a comedic father role. All of the New Orleans bits are amazingly well animated. The parts where they are frogs are just simply cute.

Boxhead
It was a good film. Definitely better than the last few princess movies.

WHO WANTS DESSERT
As a grown-ass man who willingly derives entertainment from cartoons for children, Princess and the Frog is a good time.

IrishWhiskey
I gave it a fair chance, but I was bored as hell. It started off well, and the villain (as is usual) more interesting than the heroes. But most of the film literally treaded water in a swamp killing time and trying to force the leads together without establishing chemistry.

I dunno, I guess since all the animated films I watch nowadays are either Pixar or Miyazaki, I'm spoilt into expecting it to work as movie for adults as well.

HankFinch
@ 3.00
Am I hearing just what I want to hear?
Old People
"Transformation central"??

ogmisce
arbiter's got voodoo
cognitivedissonance
Wow, that was awful. 5 stars for not deviating from the Villain Song formula.
Urburos
What formula? You can't say there is one wirhout a hilarious math equation.

cognitivedissonance
shit + shit = shit

The Great Hippo
Someone should submit his final death scene:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsbcN2LbgvM&feature=related

Combined with this one, it's pretty awesome.
The Great Hippo
Pardon:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wHNdmGqaA4&feature=related

Better, because it cuts to the chase much faster.


Seris
I like the visual effects going on here, but the actual song itself, I don't feel, is very good.
WHO WANTS DESSERT
I'm shocked, not a single person making a "voodoo bullshit" reference to The Thing since, you know, it's the same actor.
Jet Bin Fever
I live in the French Quarter... that door looks like my front door.
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