1. In Pocahontas, Pocahontas befriends a kind hummingbird who becomes her close confidante and emotional companion.
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  2. In The Revenant, a grizzly bear savagely rips flesh and meat from Leonardo DiCaprio until he stabs the bear and the two tumble to certain death.
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  3. In Pocahontas, Pocahontas and John Smith make love in a field of sunflowers and honeysuckle.
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  4. In The Revenant, Leonardo DiCaprio is buried alive after helplessly watching his son get murdered by a rogue fur trapper.
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  5. In Pocahontas, Pocahontas embraces the spirits of her ancestors and uses the colors of the wind to guide her spectral journey.
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  6. In The Revenant, Leonardo DiCaprio guts the inside of a dead horse and sleeps nude inside its carcass.
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  7. In Pocahontas, a tree gives Pocahontas advice on life and love!
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  8. In The Revenant, Leonardo DiCaprio avenges the death of his teenage son while facing the perils of hostile Native Americans and the natural dangers of the uncharted frontier.
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  9. In Pocahontas, Pocahontas talks with a raccoon named Meeko.
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  10. Just to reiterate, in The Revenant Leonardo DiCaprio escapes murderous Frenchmen by riding a horse off a cliff, killing it, removing its organs, undressing, and using the rotting horse corpse as shelter against the brutal winter wind.
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  11. Based on this I would have to say that these two movies are not very similar