I watched it once when I was a kid, but I didn't like it, and I literally cried for a long time after watching this because it was very sad.
Honestly, I'd rather listen to Charlie & Lola stories all night than ever watch this again! Keep it away from me! This is a Bambi-free zone! UNDERSTAND?
1. Superman (Clark Kent/Kal-El) (DC Comics) (Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster) (1938 - Present)
2. Spider-Man (Peter Parker) (Marvel Comics) (Stan Lee & Steve Ditko) (1962 - Present)
3. Batman (Bruce Wayne) (DC Comics) (Bob Kane & Bill Finger) (1939 - Present)
4. Captain America (Steve Rogers) (Marvel Comics) (Joe Simon & Jack Kirby) (1941 - Present)
5. Hulk (Bruce Banner) (Marvel Comics) (Stan Lee & Jack Kirby) (1962 - Present)
6. Iron Man (Tony Stark) (Marvel Comics) (Stan Lee & Larry Lieber & Don Heck & Jack Kirby) (1963 - Present)
7. Thor (Thor Odison) (Marvel Comics) (Stan Lee & Larry Lieber & Jack Kirby) (1962 - Present)
8. Daredevil (Matt Murdock) (Marvel Comics) (Stan Lee & Bill Everett) (1964 - Present)
9. Wolverine (James Howlett/Logan/Weapon X) (Marvel Comics) (Roy Thomas & Len Wein & John Romita Sr.) (1974 - Present)
10. Punisher (Frank Castle) (Marvel Comics) (Gerry Conway & John Romita Sr. & Ross Andru) (1974 - Present)
|It's an 8,2 out of 10|
Of course with these couple of suspenseful scenes comes the problem with tone. Goes from peaceful forest frolicking to terror back to peaceful frolicking with nothing to show for the breaks. They are never referred to again so along with the characters having zero development I simply did not care. Disappinting so-called "classic" from Disney.
There are several important aspects of Bambi that makes it the masterpiece that it is. The first, most obvious aspect is its animation. The character animations as well as the environmental design in this film are both masterfully and artfully created. In the characters, little details are added to their facial expressions, movements, and actions to convey a sense of emotion and humanity. This makes these characters much more than just forest animals, turning them into relatable personalities parallel in many cases to ourselves. The environmental art in the film is also spectacular: every bit of scenery, every blade of grass, every leaf, every rain drop, every snowflake... they are all elegantly crafted and beautiful, constantly providing visual treats throughout the film.
Another thing I love in Bambi is the way the soundtrack is utilized throughout. Very little actual sound is used during the movie, aside from the noises created by the main characters. Instead, instrumental elements are implemented brilliantly during several of the scenes of the film. Examples include violins and light string instruments during a rainstorm and a cymbal during a lightning storm. It adds a lot to the quality of the movie and is very creative.
The most important aspect that makes Bambi a classic film is the themes presented throughout. More obvious, anti-hunting and pro-nature themes exist, as well as more personal, subtle themes about humanity and the beauty of life. The way that Bambi's progression through life is presented is comparable to the life of anybody in our world, which makes it a very emotional, personable journey. It also reminds audiences to take pleasure in the small, beautiful things in life, and that every day in life is a new journey, a new adventure. This is what truly makes Bambi the enduring and inspiring film that it is. It's irreplaceable and heartwarming and one of Walt Disney's greatest classic films.