The scene where Simba's fur reaching Rafiki drawn out so much longer than the original scene, Because before this scene, Timon, Pumba and even Simba had disregarded the thought that living beings are connected to each other in the Circle of Life, and claimed that they should only mind their own business. This scene, in which his piece of fur crosses the desert from the influences of so many other creatures, effectively proves the trio wrong. See more »
The giraffes seen throughout the promotional materials, specifically resemble the Rothschild giraffe subspecies/ecotype.note Despite these giraffes presently only found in a select few protected regions of Uganda and western Kenya, their historical distribution was wider only a few centuries ago and possibly could've encompassed the Serengeti-Mara region proper alongside their cousins, the Maasai giraffe (G. c. tippelskirchi), which don't appear in any of the footage despite being the most common giraffe in the region. See more »
Life's - not fair - is it my little friend? While some are born to feast - others spend their lives in the dark... begging for scraps. The way I see it you and I are exactly the same, we both want to find a way out.
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The Disney logo has a hand-drawn animated design and resembles the 1960s Disney logo, the same design used in Jon Favreau's previous Disney film The Jungle Book (2016). See more »
The movie is adequate, that's not good enough for this live action though. Lion King is a masterpiece story that has been celebrated for years for its emotional and timeless value. This version falls really short. The voice acting is flat the tone is wrong and there is little to no emotion felt during a very slow boring few hours.
The only highlight in my opinion is Seth Rohan and Billy Eisner. Past that? A very forgettable and hollow version of the story.
Oh and Beyoncé over sings everything.
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