Review of Snow White And the Seven Dwarfs
Review of Snow White and the Seven DwarfsOriginally released in 1937, Disney's Snow White And the Seven Dwarfs has touched the hearts of many. I can remember watching it as a little girl in my grandparents' home and trying so hard to whistle with the funny little men as they marched home from work. Being a huge fan of all things Disney, one of the things I most looked forward to sharing with my kids is the love of animated movies. Neither Sass nor Spunk had ever watched Snow White before. After dinner, we snuggled up on the couch for family movie night, and they were both really excited. As during all movies, Spunk started off asking questions like "what is the mirror doing" and "why doesn't the queen like Snow White?" Luckily, they were in awe and glued to the screen as Snow White ran through the scary forest to escape. This part of the movie was a bit dark and scary, so it did scare little miss Sass; but she was ok once the forest animals came out and the lightheartedness returned. Their favorite parts of the movie were definitely the songs, especially "Whistle While You Work" and "Heigh Ho." They are still humming the songs and requesting them at bedtime.
About Snow White and the Seven DwarfsThe newest release of Snow White And the Seven Dwarfs has excellent color and quality for being made close to 80 years ago. Sure the graphics and special effects aren't quite the same as what we see in theaters today, but the Blu-ray and Digital HD quality will not disappoint. Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs is being released as part of The Walt Disney Signature Collection’s legacy of animation on Blu-ray February 2nd and on Digital HD January 19th, with special features for the entire family.
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