The notion that analysis kills the joy of watching a good movie is unfounded; such analysis enhances the viewer’s overall experience by providing criteria with which to judge the quality of the film. All of these aforementioned ideas have been analyzed in detail, with the conclusion that film and childhood have a complex and natural relationship, which must be analyzed to truly be appreciated. Works Cited Cornet, Roth. "Steven Spielberg Envisioned ‘Harry Potter’ As An Animated Franchise." Screen Rant n.d., n. pag.
He gives kids a wild imagination more than Disney because Disney makes their movies based more on reality with a twist and fairytales that children and adults have known for a while throughout their years. It is nice to see your fairytales come to life, but it’s something you already know about that’s why people need to notice something different and unique that no child or adult would ever think was possible, and that somehow while watching Hayao’s Movies kids will see an opportunity for new things. He will make kids think out of the box of creatures that never seemed to of wake up from their hiding places and once they do people all over the world will wonder why they never were there in the first place. Disney does also inspire kids to draw as well I’m an example actually when I was younger I adored Disney Movies watched almost all of them and started to draw some of his characters like marie from “aristocrats” and mickey, but later on once I got older and watched for the first time one of Hayao Miyazaki’s films called, “Kiki’s Delivery Service” I learned for one thing that unlike Disney’s choice of a witch there are good ones as well not all of them are ugly, vicious, and want to eat kids or kill. After that I started watching more of his films and noticed how detailed the drawings were and how some characters seemed weird and different then Walt
When comparing the film to the short story, the film is the best version of the fairy tale. The short story has a darker theme and impractical decision making which contributes to the film’s superiority to the short story. The Disney studios helped make the movie more memorable by adding musical numbers. By doing this, it gave the movie opportunities to become musicals and plays. Not only is the film better suited for kids, but it has a more intriguing plot, fun and lovable characters, has a villain with clearer motives, and, like all Disney princess movies have, a happily ever after.
The “magic” of the Disney universe is undeniable, although not as one would first think. Walt Disney created an empire of fantasies, dreams, and magical adventures, but the true magic is the power Disney has to instill these fantasies and dreams into children’s minds. Of course, these fantasies are not always realistic. The easily impressionable thoughts and ideas of the children can be easily altered in their most susceptible time of life to believe these extravagant fantasies. The particular fantasy that is most often presented is the one of every story ending “happily ever after”, which usually goes hand-in-hand with the fantasy of finding the one Prince Charming.
The Presentation of Heroes and Villains in Shrek by DreamWorks and Other Traditional Fairytales in Walt Disney Stables DreamWorks's 'Shrek' is the award winning animated film from 2001, known to be the modern day fairytale with its informal language and alternative storyline. Shrek is very much the opposite of what we know to be traditional fairytales, tales that send out heart-felt warmth and feed the imagination. These tales of fantasy have been known throughout many generations and with the experience of Shrek we may be introducing a whole new interpretation of fairytales. This story overrides any of the traditional fairytale boundaries with its heroic princes', beautiful princesses and terrifying beasts. The first scene that we come across is of an imitation fairytale book that is seen in Sleeping Beauty as if to show that this will turn out to be a conventional fairytale.
If people want to learn something, they can take to the television, and voila. Disney played a huge part in the task of broadening communication through his important strides in technology. Without tv, knowing what is going on in the world would be a lot harder, and without Disney’s important discoveries in animation, recreational tv would be less
Over the ages, Disney’s animation creations have enchanted and captivated audiences through memorable quotes and cleverly thought-out songs all whilst relaying and remaining true to the original moral messages of the commonly told fairy tales. However, through observing and experiencing these moments, little to no consideration is placed upon how these scenes are put together to create the magic on screen. When studying
A Comparison of Beauty and the Beast with Toy Story INTRODUCTION Disney is an excellent example of a Media corporation as it is known worldwide, go any where in the world and ask someone about Mickey Mouse or Daffy Duck and they will know that you are talking about Disney. They have a huge range of advertising and merchandise ranging from children's books and films to holiday resorts and theme parks. The Disney brand appeals to all, children and adults alike. Beauty and the Beast is a classic film using old style animation techniques. It has been recently digitally re-mastered for the next generation to enjoy the magic of Disney.
Although there are few similarities between the two versions, the differences between Heracles and Disney's Hercules are prominent. These differences help modern day audiences relate more easily to the characters in the story. Furthermore, the alterations have enabled a new aspect of heroism to emerge since Disney tailors it's movies towards youth who can seek valuable lessons from animated movies. Disney's choices through these alterations will be determined by focusing on the main plot, characters presented in the movie, peripheral details, and the notion of being a "true hero" that Disney presents. Disney's version of Hercules revolves around a plot of paramount importance because it contrasts significantly with the original myth.
For decades Disney has been the source of happy endings, fairytales, and family friendly stories for children of all ages. These stories range from realistic and familiar, to the eye-catching magical fairytale. The key to each of these stories are the happy endings brought about by each of the characters unique personalities and dreams. Disney’s films are attempted to provide children with the basic understanding of wrong versus right, but instead influences our society’s beliefs and awareness. Although Disney’s efforts to provide the basic morals to our children are misleading and affect our society strongly, they also contain the use of racism in a form which shows the major differences between characters.