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The Lion King Official Trailer


♪♪ SCAR:
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. ♪♪ MUFASA:
Everything you see… exists together in
a delicate balance. While others search for
what they can take… a true king searches
for what he can give. SCAR:
Run away Simba… and NEVER return! MUFASA:
You must take your place… in the
circle of life. [Roar] ♪♪ TIMON and PUBA:
[Singing] [Singing]

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  1. Connor Tran Author

    I respect everyone’s opinion about the new Lion King Remake, but I actually enjoyed the movie. I never officially watched the Original Lion King before viewing the Remake and I was pleasantly surprised at how moving the Remake was. The visuals were stunning, of course, but the story and plot was heart warming and the soundtrack was absolutely touching. Sure, I can understand the hate on this movie (ex. the songs were not as smooth as in the original movie) but I think that people expect the Remake to surpass the Original and set the bar too high on the Remake. Even without viewing the Original movie beforehand, I still was immensely touched and engaged. Now that’s when you know they did something right in the movie. Given these points, I think of the remake as a different and unique approach to the Original, but it’s absolutely not a disaster.

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  2. Srividhya Jayaraman Author

    Elephant
    Wildebeest
    Antelope
    Zebra
    Okapi
    Zebra Foal
    Giraffe
    Zebra
    Giraffe
    Hippo
    Zebra
    Hippo
    Zebra
    Okapi
    Antelope
    Hippo
    Zebra
    Okapi
    Antelope
    Hippo
    Zebra
    Rhino
    Elephant

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  3. inconceivabledark Author

    I gotta say it (edited) this looks ridiculously stunning! Wasn't a massive fan of the cartoon version and I haven't even watched the jungle book but this…. oh m g is it real life, is it CGI!? I have to watch this!!

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  4. Mae Villanueva Author

    James Earl Jones: sure i can play as mufasa for about 20 minutes
    *25 years later*
    Jon Favreau: i need u james
    James Earl Jones: again i quit as a voice actor after this…

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  5. Damian Prusik Author

    I hope that in the future someone will explain it to me what it was supposed to look like./ Being without specific information is not nice / especially since I've been shattered 3 times in this country

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  6. Tanja Michel Author

    Wunderschöner Film 👍😘Erinnerungen an meine Jugend, weil ich den 1.Teil damals in den 90er schon im Kino gesehen habe 😍💋super gemacht 🤗💖💞💕👌❤️😘

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  7. Shawn Gifford Author

    Terrible, way to go Disney try to reinvent a great movie from 94, The actors had NO animation in there voice. You change up the movie, the color was crap, And the actors suck Sorry, dont understand why you did not use the original cast????????

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  8. ERIC CARTMAN CARTMAN Author

    easily more entertaining than Plan 9 from Outer Space, which is more commonly considered the best bad movie ever.

    I won't give away all the details that make this movie so laughably awful, but I'll mention a few that I hope will convince you to find and watch this film.

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  9. Friday9T Author

    This movie is Amazing!!! The imagery and colors are remarkable. It brought back so many memories from when I was Young. Let's face it, nothing will ever top the Original. People are complaining about the animals not having emotion line the original?? Are you serious? They try making this movie as real as it gets, you guys want to see a Lion smiling?? Seriously!!! Music was nostalgic, everything was perfect. Best Disney "live-action" movie of all.

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  10. Maya Dj Author

    This movie doesnt have sense… The original Lion King is 100 time better then this movie. That voices from the real Lion King something deep in us woke some feelings.
    This is the worst Walt Disney movie.

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  11. oswald nortje Author

    Mufasa is a selfish dick. Why is he not sharing the pride lands (which he admits does NOT belong to them) with the hyenas?
    Are they not part of the animals/circle of life as well. I think it is a terrible advert for discrimination.
    Who made him king over the lands if it belongs to "no one" anyway?
    And why did the water dry up during Scar's time as king?
    Did they affect the weather with their 'bad' behavior?
    And why are there no other male lions except Scar (Mufasa dead… Simba ran away)?
    Why did Sarabi refuse her king's request to be his queen? There would have been no heirs with that attitude.
    How did about 20 hyenas NOT attack and KILL Mufasa while he was protecting Simba at the graveyard?
    Why did Mufasa climb all the way up that high dangerous cliff (after he saved Simba in the stampede) when he could just have waited, once he jumped out of harms way, and then jumped back down after the buffalo have passed?

    ?????

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  12. Oswald Nortje Author

    Why was scar the 'bad guy'?
    Mufasa did not allow the majority (hyenas) to roam and feed off the land that "does not belong to anyone" like the minority (lions) did.
    Scar did.
    Mufasa's selfish rule had to be punished and it had to come to an end
    and in the wild the penalty/way to do it is DEATH.

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  13. NannersTV Author

    Just saw the new one a couple of days ago, the graphics is sureal 10/10, thumbs up to some of the facts they fixed, the most impressive change is the process how Rafiki found out Simba was still alive. However, in such animated film the voices are the essense and soul. In comparison, the general pace of the dialogs are rushing, singinings are out of breath, voice acting are way worse and not connected with the characteristics. It's a mistake to replace some of the key actors/actress like Jeremy Irons, Whoopi Goldberg, Rowan Atkinson etc. even James Earl Jones barely saves it. Sadly it is a garbage for the new generation. Looks pretty outside, feels empty inside.

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  14. Hager Kotry Author

    It is almost like real. My first impression is that they got the real beings and got them to picture the movements almost identical to reality. It's a wonderful work of art – Walt Disney – and thank you for your fascinations. Hopefully forever as well.

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