Everything Wrong WIth Pocahontas In 11 Minutes Or Less


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  • Chase TheHuman
    Chase TheHuman 11 saatler önce

    Native Americans know English because of the French influence of seagoing tradesman
    And the Vikings, both taught them.
    It's funny how they quote Savage Vikings were nice to the native Americans.
    It's hard to steal what is given freely.
    The reason I didn't work with the white settlers who came up on them they wanted everything including the unquestioned say over there free will "Slavery". Vikings just wanted etc for there isle of Iceland.

  • Chase TheHuman
    Chase TheHuman 11 saatler önce

    Natives did not start scalping people until the white man started scalping them and giving money for each man woman and child scalp as if their not people. My people the native Americans only started scalping them back as mocking retaliation. Eye-for-an-eye tit for tat. I'm not saying it's right to do I'm saying they didn't start it.

  • Charlie Kay
    Charlie Kay 20 saatler önce

    "That's enough of the horny, old willow tree" LOL

  • Faeriewing Ali
    Faeriewing Ali Gün önce

    Can you guys upload an Everything Wrong With Pocahontas: Journey To A New World?

  • Jamie Hayes
    Jamie Hayes Gün önce

    The real Pochahontis was a little girl when she met John Smith. Smith did sustain an injury and was sent back to England, but they told Pochahontis that he died. She later met a farmer called John Rolfe and ended up marrying him. She changed her name to Rebecca and moved to England with Rolfe and even had a kid with him. When she arrived in England, she found out that John Smith was alive and she got to see him one last time before returning to Rolfe to live out the rest of her days in England. She died only 10 years after first meeting Smith due to an illness she contracted while in England. She never got the chance to return home and Rolfe was stuck raising their young child alone. And the rest, they say, is history.

  • The.Salty.Sarlacc
    The.Salty.Sarlacc Gün önce

    Those are the same leaves from Bird Box

  • LeonardPrydeGAMING
    LeonardPrydeGAMING 2 gün önce

    John smith = flash gordon

  • Hannah Driver
    Hannah Driver 3 gün önce

    horny old willow tree LMFAOOOOO

  • Zyx Aomara Raizel
    Zyx Aomara Raizel 3 gün önce

    I’m sinning this video for the incorrect capitalization in the title. 😂

  • Paul Cooke
    Paul Cooke 4 gün önce

    There is no such thing as excessive swashbuckling. All buckling of swashes is appreciated.

  • Link_Team
    Link_Team 4 gün önce


  • Matthew Boyce
    Matthew Boyce 5 gün önce +1

    "Never trust a guy who can carry 8 shovels in his jacket."

  • The Horse Stable Channel

    I LOL'D SO HARD AT 7:18 (and it's true!) Who has bandages???

  • 서수지
    서수지 5 gün önce

    ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ아 내감동ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

  • Jessop
    Jessop 9 gün önce +2

    The movie is great... if you forget the context

  • FennelRave
    FennelRave 10 gün önce +1

    Frick if a tree started talking to me I'd run away, trip on a micro organism, hit my head on a rock on the way down, pass out, fall dramatically into the water, and drown.

  • M-dude36
    M-dude36 10 gün önce +1

    This entire movie should be like one sin for every dang second. When He arrived Pocahontas would have been ten and she didn't even save his life. This is just a story he made up to encourage settlement in America. And this is just one of the many versions

  • Pikachu x Eevee
    Pikachu x Eevee 10 gün önce

    Cinema Sins: “ ‘We didn’t come all this way just to look at it!’ WE CAME TO FU*K IT UP!”
    Me: 🤣 OMG I’M DYING

  • Samantha. Baker
    Samantha. Baker 12 gün önce

    Oh my gosh that was Mel frickin' Gibbson?! My life...I...I will never un hear that now😱 I had NO idea

  • Imsoquiet B
    Imsoquiet B 12 gün önce

    What do you get when you cross an apple and a bunny?

    Read More

  • Imsoquiet B
    Imsoquiet B 12 gün önce +1

    No joke, when I was younger and I heard the song, “they are savages savages!” I thought that they were singing: “they are cabbages cabbages!”

  • ani mac
    ani mac 15 gün önce +1

    Sins : 0
    Because this movie is a perfect masterpiece

  • anintrovertedpotato yay
    anintrovertedpotato yay 16 gün önce

    Pocahontas’s dad is assuming the river’s gender..... am I the only one who caught that? 8:18 I’m not gonna lie John Smith’s face reminded me of Jojo Siwa.

  • Goldencreator64
    Goldencreator64 17 gün önce

    What about the fact that Pocahontas was like 13

  • Sienna Viay
    Sienna Viay 18 gün önce

    The moment you realize Pochahontas is around 18 or 16 and John Smith is about 22

  • Adi H
    Adi H 19 gün önce

    My favorite Disney movie is The Lion King

  • TheJohairisonJuiceBar
    TheJohairisonJuiceBar 21 gün önce

    I’m gonna sin cinema sins rn....they didn’t have corn so fuck off dude

  • Puppies and Kittens
    Puppies and Kittens 21 gün önce

    i liek turtlez *hbu*

  • Bethking149
    Bethking149 22 gün önce

    Fun fact, the Native American didn't farm land in the 1600s. They also didn't recognise land as property so actually john smith is even more historically inaccurate when he said "this is their land"

  • Hope Noel
    Hope Noel 22 gün önce

    You missed a sin; Pocahontas wasn't an adult, she was a child. So she could never had a "thing" for John Smith. That fact that you missed that easy sin saddens me. #plus1sin

  • Matthew Dunbar
    Matthew Dunbar 22 gün önce

    Pocahontas was raped and forced to marry John Smith

  • FnaFBMinecraft
    FnaFBMinecraft 23 gün önce

    Do you like any movies?

  • Liana H
    Liana H 24 gün önce

    being claustrophobic, just watching this tree not have arms and legs that they can stretch out is making me uncomfortable

  • Jordan MacLeod
    Jordan MacLeod 25 gün önce

    Nor did they talk about the fact she was 12

  • Funtime Aldo
    Funtime Aldo 25 gün önce

    Illuminate confirmed
    Lol 😂

  • I4 beautee
    I4 beautee 25 gün önce


  • Jemma J
    Jemma J 28 gün önce

    Tbh you could have added more sins bc in Virginia we don’t have huge cliffs on the coast and even in the mountains they aren’t that big

  • Bawboo Dabeedee
    Bawboo Dabeedee 28 gün önce

    "I've got this gun let me try beating him with it"
    Muskets were single shot and took at the very least one minute to fully reload. Not a bad move on movie.

  • Kitty Kit
    Kitty Kit Aylar önce

    Did u know that this story is based on true events and there was actually a girl named. Pocahontas that tried to stop her dad from killing this random dude (I forgot who) also in real history Pocahontas was 12, in the movie she is either a teenager or a young adult, cause 12 year olds can NOT be that tall
    (I know u read that with the cinema sins voice)

  • Nami Zou
    Nami Zou Aylar önce

    0:25 which guy??

  • J Smooth
    J Smooth Aylar önce

    And that was the birth of the Cheshire cat funny but Alice in wonderland came 1951 while this came out 1995

  • Green Sheep
    Green Sheep Aylar önce

    Sin 81 is actually wrong. Muskets at this time didn't have rifling, so they were quite innacurate and didn't have that much range. Hence the lines of men during colonial wars to have a remote efficiency with the weapons. Later other tactics would be introduced to further make due with what they had until rifling and better rifles became a thing.
    Furthermore, a bullet never goes straight through. Oftentimes when it hits a target, it'll begin to spin which may theow it off slightly. So the guy could have been aiming at the knee and hit the hamstring, or hit the knee and thr exit wound was in the back of the hamstring.

  • Angel _Dee
    Angel _Dee Aylar önce

    “I’ll always love you, now here’s some leaves”

  • bea &
    bea & Aylar önce

    “who invited these f*ckers” I DIED

  • Ryrykonia
    Ryrykonia Aylar önce

    You know whats odd.......I watched this in chorus

  • Watching Listening
    Watching Listening Aylar önce

    What about the second one and how it skips a bunch of stuff and is weird. Ahhh this channel is great btw.

  • Rubiks Master
    Rubiks Master Aylar önce

    I think its speaks for itself

  • Munira Din
    Munira Din Aylar önce

    I also have to point out
    John Smith always looks like he went to the hair salon

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    Munira Din Aylar önce


  • Munira Din
    Munira Din Aylar önce

    Did anyone notice how many bow are in the Governor’s hair?

  • Emil Minyety
    Emil Minyety Aylar önce

    By the time pocahontas met John smith she was 12



  • Neverheart
    Neverheart Aylar önce

    I can give this movie 2 things. 1. It's beautifully stylized art. 2. How amazing the song Savages is.

  • Kaleb Greer
    Kaleb Greer Aylar önce

    Fun fact I'm related to her!

  • Clémence Bouras
    Clémence Bouras Aylar önce

    « We didn’t come all this way just to look at it. » « We came all this way to f* it up! » So damn true

  • Rayne Chambers-Johnson

    "you know u fuck up if someone sings there argument to you"
    Haha hahahaha hahahaha hahahaha hahahaha hahahaha

  • Spirit Song
    Spirit Song Aylar önce +4

    "I'll always love you, now here's some Leafs."
    Why is this so funny? 😂

  • DragonofEpics
    DragonofEpics Aylar önce

    I don’t like how most Native American tribes, societies and civilizations are presented in media. Native Americans who tribes and cultures originated from modern day US probably have the worst representation from what I’ve seen and heard. I’ve also felt like my school text books never did pre Columbian civilization cultures justice. They don’t explicitly say it but I feel like when they describe them they aren’t saying “a civilization with its own unique cultures, traditions, architectural style, academia etc.”, it feels more like they saying it like “a bunch of naive natives figured how to stack a bunch of rocks”. The Aztecs had midwives that served everyone regardless of class or status that actually gave solid advice and used medicinal herbs that actually worked. The Incas had better neurosurgery than doctors in the (American) civil war. The Mayans had plumbing as early as 450 ad. Even in panama, where they weren’t part of any large civilization were skilled metal workers. There’s so many more I can’t remember now and I haven’t researched much on the North American natives yet. But most importantly I feel like most media never show the human side of Native Americans: North, south and central. I wish they would show them like actual people other than these stereotypes that should have lost significant traction decades ago that still persist. Also sorry if I worded this badly and caused offense, I’m not good at telling that stuff and got enthusiastic about precolumbian cultures and I don’t always know how to word things best.

    • DragonofEpics
      DragonofEpics Aylar önce

      2:22 is what made me think of all this stuff.

    • DragonofEpics
      DragonofEpics Aylar önce

      Sorry I’ll stop talking I got a bit carried away.

    • DragonofEpics
      DragonofEpics Aylar önce

      Also Aztecs equated childbirth and battle as conceptually the same: women were actually given a shield and spear to hold during childbirth. They also gave birth squatting so gravity would do some of the work. Midwives would deep clean the mother-to-be’s room and make sure the baby was aligned properly. They also had different medicines that could cause contractions and herbs that they would burn that significantly reduce pain. The midwives did a bunch of other things, they were probably the closest thing to an obstetrician. Women who died in childbirth were honored the same as fallen warriors.

  • Mysterious Sunshine
    Mysterious Sunshine Aylar önce

    You forgot to put a "roll credits" thing when someone says "Pocohontas"

  • GodivaRealness
    GodivaRealness Aylar önce

    can we have a compliation of when you overlay certain scenes with audio clips. theyre always my favorite.

  • Autumnsfantasy
    Autumnsfantasy Aylar önce

    Just want to add that the scalping done by Natives was actually at the behest of white people. They started doing it in exchange for money, guns, and other goods.

  • crybaby
    crybaby Aylar önce

    My brother called Pocahontas cock-eyed... ;-;

  • J C
    J C Aylar önce +2

    Meeko... is my dog from Skyrim ❤️

  • That One Shy Girl
    That One Shy Girl Aylar önce

    This movie is not accurate at all, but it's good I guess

  • shrimp noodler
    shrimp noodler Aylar önce

    Does anyone know the real story?

  • CatVMouse Rubix
    CatVMouse Rubix Aylar önce

    Disney sucks at history

  • Alex Evans
    Alex Evans Aylar önce

    savages is racist to us native Americans
    you should have added a sin

  • Alex Evans
    Alex Evans Aylar önce

    okay but imagine the original movie but cinema sins voiced Pocahontas (you're welcome)

  • Georgia Ritchie
    Georgia Ritchie Aylar önce

    "I'll always love you! Here are some leaves!"

  • Samantha The Legendary

    Well at least until the second

  • Quiwi Lin Lisolet
    Quiwi Lin Lisolet Aylar önce

    Grandma Willow can actually move more than her(It's?) face. Remember the two Englishmen coming to look for John. And the whole ripple thing

  • ganzlove
    ganzlove Aylar önce +1

    I want a princess movie where all of the animals act like regular animals and run away from her and there's someone that is her love interest but at the end she's like "actually nah I'm good being single"

  • The Meme Master
    The Meme Master Aylar önce

    Wait, your not sinning the fact that this entire movie is historically inaccurate

  • Boxing Apples
    Boxing Apples Aylar önce

    6:51 that is true.

  • Mikayla Crosby
    Mikayla Crosby Aylar önce +1

    John smith=aquaman

  • Mikayla Crosby
    Mikayla Crosby Aylar önce +1

    Do Mulan plzz

  • Alysha Burch
    Alysha Burch Aylar önce +1

    About sin 114, no. Maize is indigenous to the Americas.

    • ꧁GDolphinz꧂
      ꧁GDolphinz꧂ Aylar önce

      “This is why Disney heroes usually only have friends-smart humans will try and talk you out of whatever dangerous hero sh*t you’re about to engage in”
      What does this have to do with corn (Maize)

  • Caitlin Victoria
    Caitlin Victoria 2 aylar önce

    Yes, this in no way is close to the real story. But when is a movie adaptation close😂 Its a beautiful film

  • Sweet Life
    Sweet Life 2 aylar önce +1

    My favorite movie ❤️😍 ...

  • Blossom LPS
    Blossom LPS 2 aylar önce

    Sin guy “Moose in coastal Virginia”
    me “are we sure we haven’t magically teleported to Canada?”

  • SweetasSugar42
    SweetasSugar42 2 aylar önce

    Ok this was my favourite Disney ever, and still is. But I found out early on that it's actually incredibly inaccurate and therefore offensive to some. But that realisation lead me to learning about native culture, and now I have a great interest in the fight for Native American rights. Sometimes good things can come out of the darkest.

  • Rouge Shadow244
    Rouge Shadow244 2 aylar önce

    2:50 No, no raccoons are fucking adorable.

  • JJ
    JJ 2 aylar önce +1

    Like the movie but ....
    Really wish it wasn’t based on someone’s horrible experience

  • Casual Sleeping Dragon
    Casual Sleeping Dragon 2 aylar önce

    1:04 missed sin: why are there canons on a colony ship

  • STDs Are everywhere
    STDs Are everywhere 2 aylar önce

    I understand the 2nd movie
    But the first
    *fight me bitch*

  • Monae Solomon
    Monae Solomon 2 aylar önce

    @ 3:52 that’s not true. The tree can move her branches too. And anywyas , a talking tree is creepy

  • Destiny Kemp
    Destiny Kemp 2 aylar önce

    i'm guessing everyone who made this movie failed american history.

  • Ethan
    Ethan 2 aylar önce

    Mulan please

  • BlackShe wolf
    BlackShe wolf 2 aylar önce

    I always knew John Smith was in his late 30s' and Pocahontas was 10-12 when he kidnapped and forced her to marry him, so this movie disgust me. But I love disney

    • VixyMix 101
      VixyMix 101 Aylar önce

      Then she got married to someone else

  • Flaffy Cheez
    Flaffy Cheez 2 aylar önce

    I resent that sin for the raccoon they are awesome pets! And I wouldn't put it past people who did not sleep in buildings to have animal friends of the wild.

  • zachf
    zachf 2 aylar önce

    Actually John Smith was telling the truth, I was there. I seent em.

  • Fearful Peach
    Fearful Peach 2 aylar önce

    Actually, pocahontas and the lion king were made at the same time. Pocahontas was made by team one, the best animators and the lion king was given team two because they thought no one would watch a movie about lions and would prefer a movie about america.

  • Isabella Knight
    Isabella Knight 2 aylar önce

    I'm sorry. I really hate this movie. This guy cracks me up tho

  • Avu Chan
    Avu Chan 2 aylar önce

    I'll always love you, now have some leaves

  • Shamrock
    Shamrock 2 aylar önce

    *work or starve*

  • Mikayla Crosby
    Mikayla Crosby 2 aylar önce


  • Hayleythepotato
    Hayleythepotato 2 aylar önce

    I used to love this movie as a child, because I had no sense of historical accuracy ever. I still love the move for 2 reasons. It's amazing animation skills, and "colours of the wind." That's it.

  • FoxTrot
    FoxTrot 2 aylar önce

    My favourite lines of sin:

  • Silly Gamers
    Silly Gamers 2 aylar önce

    4:22 it's the 4th time watching that part and Idk why I just found that funny