Frozen Out of all the movies that Disney has produced over the years, it was hard to pick just two to compare and contrast. After much consideration, I decided to compare and contrast Cinderella and Frozen because of the time difference that the movies were made and the main message in the movies. The King calls for a grand ball for his son, the Prince, to find a wife, but Cinderella is stuck at home doing chores while her sisters are at the ball.
This is hardly the case once looking past the animated animals and monsters. The Fox and the Hound, which was released in by Disney, portrays a fox named Tod and a hound dog named Copper. Even though they grew up together, they are socially supposed to be enemies.
They do overcome this stereotype at first as they become best friends and vow to forever. Each one living in the world that is socially acceptable to each animal. Monstropolis is a world separate from the human world.
Two monsters Sully and Mike take care of a human, named Boo, that accidently escapes from the human world through her closet door. At the end, even after realizing that there is no such harm with the other world, and not wanting to say goodbye to their new friend, they must.
Boo goes back to her reality as do Sully and Mike. An analysis of these two films reveals the deeper message that is portrayed.
We can get along perfectly with individuals that are racially different from ourselves, but only if we stay in our own boundaries and do not attempt to protrude.
While also going deeper into looking at how this message affects society culturally. This portrays how society does not allow two different types of people from different societies come together.
Even though this may be an issue in America, it certainly should not be advocated by Disney. Disney comes in at an early age to subconsciously tell children about these society lines that should never be crossed.
Voicing a message that an individual cannot be friends with someone else because of their race is not only continuing the cycle that so many minorities try to break, but it is suggesting them to be close minded.
Throughout the film, it seems like Tod and Copper are going to beat the odds, and that Disney was actually going to be sending a good message out to young children. Even though society does tell you to stick to people of your own race, they could be friends and enjoy the same society together.
This potential message was destroyed when the end of the film arose. Disney did not stop there with portraying these messages in their films.
Years later, once Disney came together with Pixar, their message was still very evident. There is nothing more toxic or deadly than a human child. A single touch could kill you! This quote is from the boss of the factory Monsters Inc. He is telling new employees at Monsters Inc.
These stereotypes are passed down rumors from what they hear children can do to a monster.
To get this energy, monsters who work at Monster Inc. This suggests that even though we have stereotypes about certain people that are different from us, we are told that if we need something from them then it is okay to use them for our own benefit.
We only associate ourselves with different types of people because it benefits ourselves, without this motive, it is looked down on and against our society rules.
Later in the film a child gets caught up in Monstropolis and Sully and Mike are frantically trying to get Boo, the child, back to where she comes from. Everyone in the film goes ballistic once they hear a child is in their town.Comparing Two Film Versions of A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare Introduction The two films we have been asked to compare are both different versions of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.
The first was a big screen movie, by Michael Hoffman and made in Comparing Two Film Versions of A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare Introduction The two films we have been asked to compare are both different versions of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.
The first was a big screen movie, by Michael Hoffman and made in Even after a twenty year difference in these two films, Disney’s message still remains the same. It gives the impression that people from different backgrounds, like Sully, Boo, Tod and Copper should be left separated, because it makes things easier and it’s better to not cause difficulties to things.
Comparing Two Similar Businesses Amazon and Borders books history and the core business of each company will be discusses. A comparison of the companies will be done to analyze each company’s management approach they took to internet marketing, and sales.
A Venn diagram, which consists of two overlapping circles, is ideal for brainstorming before writing your essay. Name each circle after a film, and then write their similarities in the overlapped portions and their differences in the outer portion of the circles. In July, that film was released and boasted a similar plot featuring two friends having casual sex and later falling in love.
Appropriately, both films experienced similar box office returns.