I haven't done a TV Critic article in sooo long, so a couple weeks ago, yes, that's weeks, not days, I watched a recommended show by the popular MediaWiz. The show was Disney's Pocahontas.
Now, this might be biased of me because I've been watching the movie and reading books about it for soo long now, but I think it is an absolutely awesome show! For those who haven't seen it, it's about an Indian girl in the 1600s. Her father is the chief of their tribe. Europeans from England come over and decide it's their land and want to take over. But there's one man, John Smith, who falls in love with Pocahontas and turns against the leader of the Europeans, John Radcliff.
One of the other Europeans shoots an Indian and kills him, and it looks like John Smith had done it, so the Indians decide to kill him., but thanks to Pocahontas, he isn't killed. In the end, John Smith is shot by Radcliff, who meant to shoot Powhatan, the chief.
John Smith goes back to England because of the pain, but he must have gotten better because, oh ya, huh, there's a second Pocahontas -- that one takes place in England. Haven't seen it yet, but I think I might like to!
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