I am difficult at writing reviews but when I do I'm on here
A cartoon that I grew up on that I am currently re-watching on Boomerang (the app) is making a comeback for future generations. Not much of an homage to the original stuff so I guess they don't want kids to know this was a really good cartoon from back in like the 50s and 60s ect.
Great job on the animation of the characters but how do you take something that usually lasts 10 minutes an episode and turn it…
Pixar knocked it out of the park again.
Music really has NOTHING to do with this film just as an FYI. But... they do a very good visual interpretation of what your lifes purpose is/ might be. It even feels like they picked a good time to release this with all the crap 2020 has been throwing our way.
And it's so lighthearted in fact that young kids 5-13 can watch this and understand it without question.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
My childhood is ruined.
I was really hoping Disney would step up their game with this but instead decided to shit on a classic because they could. That, and the fact that Discovery channel/ National Geographic wanted in on this. Why else would this movie be so anatomically correct? With that being said, when things are anatomically correct you lose one very important part of storytelling... facial expression! It pains me to stare at Simbas face for round about 2…