(Vu avec ma fille qekpar sur le web) "Mais c juste un film pour les p'ti zenfants" Certes, mais outre l'obsession habituelle pour les princesses, j'ai trouvé l'idéologie de cet opus affreuse! Les conflits raciaux (au cœur de l'histoire américaine) sont niés au profit de simples inégalités socio-économiques. Et ouf, tout rentre dans l'ordre à la fin, puisque les 2 blacks de service finissant ensemble comme il se doit!
my obsession with disney's movies goes a way back. like really, really way back. you go as far back as you can and perhpas you get to it. maybe. in light of that, i tend to get more giddy around hand-animated movies but this one just didn't work. it's trying too hard to be funny and flashy but behind the veneer there isn't much to marvel. mediocre at best.
I can't help but feel it's kind of underrated. Which is a shame really, because this movie marked a step in the right direction after a series of rather underwhelming movies, for the most part. It proves that traditional animation still has a lot of potential, its characters are well-written, and it packs the magic and heart of previous acclaimed Disney movies in spite of a few shortcomings.
Made very much in a 90's Disney mould this is a minor return to form for the once great studio and suggests brighter times ahead after a decade or so in the doldrums. Well crafted with some good toe-tappers, this familiar fairytale is given a New Orleans, jazzy twist and it works.
The beginning of Disney's revival, both in fairy tale subject and traditional animation technique, proving that 3D CGI or superheroes stories are not the only thing that entertain children (and adults). The songs are not as memorable as its precedents, and sadly, I think this movie will be only remembered as the black princess tale.