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posted by KyngJ908
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 At the bottom of the hill...
At the bottom of the hill...
Following includes:
Opinion and language



We all saw when Simba and Nala rolled down the heuvel right? Well thats the thing. It looked as if Walt diseney puts secret things inside the movie but no one even notices.



Was Nala actually in heat? Well I think so because her eyes tell the whole story and sex is written all over simba. On fan fiction they make simba meer drunk and Nala is grumpy and shes the one I would Think I'm ok with. She's usually meer entergetic tho.
posted by inboots
I've always loved the Lion King! I can even roar like a professional. Several people taught me. At first, I just shouted the word "ROAR!", but once I learned how to do it realistically (sort of), now there's no stopping me! I've used my roar many times, mostly when I watch the films and videos on the Internet. I'm worried about using it out of anger, though, as I might upset someone. I had a dream once where Mufasa and Simba told me I had a powerful roar. I don't know if it was from my watching too much Lion Guard of a message from God. Probably both.
posted by deedragongirl
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 I love this poster.
I love this poster.
Hi guys, I love this film from the bottom of my heart, so I'll writing a short review about the film as well as the musical scores and the songs of the legendary film that brought us together.

The Story

Based on Shakepeare's Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. The story has provides moral values that we learn in our lives as we grow up, the first one is the put your past behind u and yes, it DOES hurt sometimes. But, we all change it and that we need to improve the future!
The film also promotes parental love, yes we make mistakes in our lives and we learn from it. I truly appreciate that! I was also...
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posted by bendaimmortal
Yes, I know in some cases these people aren't critisising the character so much as the people who wrote him. But I can't defend all the people who have developed Simba at The Walt Disney Company because some of them really messed up, so that titel will have to do.

Confused Matthew on YouTube and some others criticise that SImba's adult version is completely unrelated to the child version of him. Essentially that his character development was abandoned in the middle of the film. Also, when reviewing "The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar", most seem to label Simba as a racist because he disapproves...
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posted by bendaimmortal
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I think everyone who has seen "The Lion King" and "The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride" films can agree that "The Lion Guard" doesn't do
a very good job with fitting in there. I have only seen all of "The Return of the Roar" and several clips from some other episodes. But that's enough to conclude that this TV toon fails miserably as a Lion King series. I'm sure the majority of my fellow Millenials from this fanbase agree with me, but I know there are Lion King fans who nonetheless enjoy and love this new series. fans who don't think it sucks. Good for you, guys, if u can find something to enjoy...
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 Remember who u are!
Remember who you are!
Hi guys, I will be doing another comparison between 2 movies. Only this time, it is the Lion King and Titanic. Two highest grossing films of our generations!

The Lion King

This was the very first movie that I watched and I love all of the songs. However, the story is based on Shakespeare's Hamlet: Prince of Denmark. Unlike the latter, Mufasa's death is really graphic that I feel disturbed about it and hearing Mufasa's scream down to his death if I were in Simba's place!
Scar is portrayed as a paranoid psychopath, whenever somebody mention his dead brother. He will flies into rage! In fact, he...
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posted by deedragongirl
 The King has Returned.
The King has Returned.
Hi guys, since my Beauty and the Beast: Film vs Musical made it on the front page. Now, it's the Lion King's turn to write about, since I only got the movie soundtrack version. I will also write the musical version too.

The Movie Version

Okay, I grew up with this movie since my childhood days, I love the song and got the soundtrack for the film. My favourite score is 'Under the Stars', because the muziek is soothing before gradually becoming meer inspirational, African style!
I love the story very much as it introduces me about African culture, that I had always wanted to go to South Africa one...
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posted by deedragongirl
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 Hakuna Matata.
Hakuna Matata.
Hi everyone, I just want to say before Frozen came into the picture. The Lion King had a number of things that taught me while I first watch this movie many years ago, here they are.

Let it Go!

Yes, the Lion King had actually taught us to let go of our past. It also taught me to improve my future along the way while learning from my mistakes in life, our life is full of ups and downs.

Parental Love

It also promotes about loving your parents like Simba and Mufasa did, I really love my parents despite that we do not agree on a number of things, especially with my relationship with my mother.

The cirkel of Life

5 years ago, my favourite dog pet died unexpectedly and I was really sad over it. But I managed to let go of it because it's part of the cirkel of Life, and I truly understood this line.

Thank u Simba!

These are the 3 reasons on why the movie will always cherish in my heart. So, do u agree?
 Splendid View.
Splendid View.
Tangu siku sisi kufika katika dunia
Na blinking, hatua katika jua
Kuna zaidi ya kuona kuliko unaweza milele kuonekana
Zaidi ya kufanya ila anayeweza kufanywa
(From the dag we arrive on the planet
And blinking, step into the sun
There's meer to see than can ever be seen
More to do than can ever be done)

Kuna mno kuchukua katika hapa
Zaidi kupata kuliko hayawezi kupatikana
Lakini jua rolling juu
Njia ya anga yakuti
Anaendelea kubwa na ndogo juu ya pande zote kutokuwa na mwisho
(There's far too much to take in here
More to find than can ever be found
But the sun rolling high
Through the sapphire sky
Keeps great...
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 The four.
The four.
Hi guys, I just downloaded this movie a few months geleden after not seeing it in many years. There are certain things that I dislike that I would like to write it down here, so here we go.

The Story-line

The story was borrowed from another Shakespeare classic, Romeo and Juliet. While I think they kept the Shakespearean tradition going on, I personally felt that they should be meer original towards the story. The movie also left me a number of onbeantwoord vragen that I'm going to voice out.
Worse of all, they never explain how the Outlanders were banish as they were never introduce in the first...
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Warning the following artikel has things including:

Spoilers and Opinion

If u haven't watched the movie I suggest leaving of if you've seen the movie but can't understand that people are entitled to their own opinion then I also suggest leaving.

Also if u see a word all in caps, I'm not yelling I'm just proving a point...

Enjoy :^)


I've watched the show, movie whatever with nervous expectations. I was worried that it may either rise the legendary franchise of destroy it almost instantly. After watching I have mix emotions, Happy, sad, furious, disappointed and other emotions.

The only thing...
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Ok, when I found out that Kiara is a cub in The Lion Guard I didn't like it. Don't get me wrong. I am trying to make myself get used to the idea that Kion is a cub, not to mention the same age as Kiara according to what Disney just said. Yes, he is the seconde born but maybe he was from the same litter (making kiara and kion twins). So yeah.. he was born after Kiara and as it turns out he is the same age as her (not a big fan of that either).
By the way yes he is the seconde born because -for the last time- there is no Kopa! :P
However! It makes scenes from the seconde movie not make any sense!...
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posted by boytoy_84
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 Simba, Pumbaa na Timoni katika swahili
Simba, Pumbaa na Timoni katika swahili
Here is 20 different languages to say "The Lion King":

Spanish El Rey León

French Le Roi Lion

German Der König Der Löwen

Italian Il Re Leone

Greek Ο Βασιλιας Των Λιονταριων

Swahili Mfalme Simba

Thai ราชาสิงโต

Chinese 獅子王

Japanese ライオンキング

Irish An Rí Lion

Korean 라이온 킹

Dutch De Leeuwenkoning

Russian Король Лев

Hindi शेर राजा

Norwegian Løvenes Konge

Indonesian Raja Singa

Polish Król Lew

Maltese Ir-Re Lion

Czech Lví Král

Vietnamese Vua Sư Tử
 Sarabi pierde Mufasa en español
Sarabi pierde Mufasa en español
posted by lionking1993
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Honestly I think Nala takes meer control of the Kingdom than Simba does. I mean, she doesn’t let him know that since she’s aware of Simba’s dire need to follow the in the footsteps of his father, but Simba is a very damaged and hotheaded lion that she balances out with her calmness and clearer thinking. So, Nala insists on following Simba everywhere and helping take care of Royal Duties so she can keep him grounded if things start getting out of hand with his emotions.

I did not write this. I though I would uploaden it since I totally agree. Found this on Tumblr
I was answering a vraag today under forums because someone had asked "how we know so much about the characters and their back grounds?" Well I gave a pretty lengthy answer but it's worth mentioning again I think.

You see when you're as passionate about something as a die hard lion king fan u can understand where I am coming from. u see these characters as real, even though u know they aren't. It's about the extensive research into the minds and hearts of the characters we've come to know and love. I can't tell u how many what if? Stories and scenarios I personally have come up with...
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posted by glelsey
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An archetype is a model device commonly used in media, and there are quite a few of them present in The Lion King. Sometimes archetypes are used to allow the viewer to make a better connection with a character of narrative, sometimes they are used to symbolise something important, and sometimes they are used simply because it makes sense to do so. Here are just some of the archetypes used in the 1994 animated movie...

Reluctant Hero
This is, of course, Simba. The Reluctant Hero is a common archetype used in a lot of movies, and is normally the protagonist. Simba is the good guy and the rightful...
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posted by TimnaciousD
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Rumours persist that Disney intend to film all the old school animated films as live-action remakes. If a Lion King remake is green lighted, here is how I think they should proceed:

1. Make an adaptation of the musical- with "The Madness of King Scar" intact. That song, along with the "One door One" sequence, gives us a touch meer detail as to why the Pride Lands went to hell during Scar's time as king. The original movie is kind of like "Fuck you, The Pride Lands are falling because Scar is the bad guy!" whereas the MUSICAL establishes the fact that the hyenas are destroying the Pride Lands....
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The Lion King remains to this dag my favourite animated movie. It has spawned two sequels and a Broadway musical, among other things. However, as it has happened so often in the past with a lot of films, the sequel is a path to the dark side.

Whereas darker and edgier sequels like The Empire Strikes Back and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets have worked and done their predecessors justice, The Lion King 2 fails miserably.

THE GOOD:

It is refreshingly different to see a Disney sequel that picks up immediately after the events of the first film.

It is also refreshingly different to see a Disney...
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posted by lionking1993
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1. She does not listen to her parents when they tell her that the outlands are dangerous and that she should never go there, however she gets angry when her father doesn't trust her. How will he trust u if u keep being disobedient?

2. The fact that she knows nothing about self defence and sucks as a fighter (I assume) doesn't stop her from going to the outlands. (I'm talking about the teenager Kiara who "can" think logically). Why would u go to a dangerous place when u can't protect yourself in the first place? Pretty much everyone can outmatch her.

3. After the ambush, when Simba was...
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PLEASE READ part one if u haven't read it yet it will give u better sense in what's going on in this story





Timon gets up and goes in front of Simba, Timon:" Simba, I'm sorry I was annoyed door what u two did to me and again I'm sorry do u forgive me?" Simba didn't say anything but then looked at him Simba:" (sigh) I forgive" he says giving a slight smile then giving Timon a hug. Night has fallen as Nala once again laying in the dead almost just ground grass, decided to stay out and look at the stars with her face still sore from the abuse of Scar, as she looks up rubbing her sore face...
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