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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
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Comment count is 21
Xenocide - 2010-04-23
Whatever other problems this film may have had, they NAILED it with the villain.
WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2010-04-23
Yep! Dark skinned with ethnic features while the protagonist is a coffee-colored Ken doll. A real return to form for Disney.

Boxhead - 2010-04-23
Just to get this ball rolling.


Xenocide - 2010-04-23
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 - 2010-04-24
A variety of skin tones and features coded to their trustworthiness for our convenience

dementomstie - 2010-04-23
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 - 2010-04-23
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 - 2010-04-23
It was a good film. Definitely better than the last few princess movies.

WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2010-04-23
As a grown-ass man who willingly derives entertainment from cartoons for children, Princess and the Frog is a good time.

IrishWhiskey - 2010-10-21
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 - 2010-04-23
@ 3.00
Am I hearing just what I want to hear?
Old People - 2014-07-26
"Transformation central"??

ogmisce - 2010-04-23
arbiter's got voodoo
cognitivedissonance - 2010-04-23
Wow, that was awful. 5 stars for not deviating from the Villain Song formula.
Urburos - 2010-04-23
What formula? You can't say there is one wirhout a hilarious math equation.

cognitivedissonance - 2010-04-24
shit + shit = shit

The Great Hippo - 2010-04-23
Someone should submit his final death scene:


Combined with this one, it's pretty awesome.
The Great Hippo - 2010-04-23


Better, because it cuts to the chase much faster.

Seris - 2010-04-23
I like the visual effects going on here, but the actual song itself, I don't feel, is very good.
WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2010-04-23
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 - 2010-04-24
I live in the French Quarter... that door looks like my front door.
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