The Lion King Reviews
The Lion King
The Lion King uproars family drama into tragic, guilt and revenge with the help of funny and soothing characters that brings out life in a musical act.
When we see the start of a new day, new cycle of life and new beginning for those entering the world and starting out life that we introduce to such place the future king in whom will keep such beginnings continuous and harmonious as others started. When what others see start they see other things end when it's their line in reign of to be king. When what others don't see in their early life is the start of what they will always see when life is taught to them the delicate balance of life and death, boundaries that we belong and don't belong, and what it means to be who we are when it's our future role to protect and serve the vary kingdom we will takeover. When what others wish not to start they wish to end when it's death to heirs. When we see a start of other things when it's enemy's & friends we need to stay away from. When we see the end could be near at any corner we venture we begin to start seeing those that will always be there to protect us.
When we see that we all start and end sometime and where we go we start all over again in another place to know what we see up above will watch over us and the kingdom. When what we don't see the start of are those running out of patience when they need to start ruling and need to end those reign with a evil plan. When what we don't see is the end to our privilege in such places to see a new place that we need to discover and see on our own when such places we start seeing are low places we begin our life running from our problems, enjoying no responsibility, forgetting our past and not seeing the end of what we started. When what others see is not the end to those life, places of reign, and hope for such life to return we see we need to start looking for them. When we see a life so different from other places we meet those who show us a new start to life care free when we put an end to our worries. When we see a life we start in other places we don't see a life end in another when death begins to start to takeover. When we see a new start of an alliance between those that need to end such places and begin a new with their reign.
When what we don't see we see when others show us what is starting to happen. When other things we started with never gave up on us that we see such affections never ended when it's everlasting. When others show up and guide us in what we need to get past when it's the start of a new day when we open our eyes to those we closed and hear their voice to see they never stopped watching over us. When we see what we started we must return when we have a kingdom we need to defend and protect.
When we see that others who we ended up with we continue to see to the end when they are here to fight for us so we could start ruling again. When we see that what we started we didn't start when others tell us they started it all along to make us think we are responsible for those untimely ends. When we see that what threatens our family, kingdom, friends and our rule we end when we need to start ruling again. When we see that it is time for us to take our place in the circle of life, and start filling those roles handed to us so we can start a new circle of life for those next in line when we have an heir. When what we start with and end up with we see that we couldn't have done it without their help when such journeys we don't see what could threaten us and end it all to know we have those watching over us and guiding us to our rightful place so something's could never end when we bring a fresh new start in our kingdom everyday so the circle of life could continue.
Honestly The Lion King is... I'd compare it to Star Wars but also old school film epics like The Ten Commandments, and Cleopatra. But also still for kids yet never dumb or not entertaining for all ages. That's why it earns five stars.
The Lion King es tan fantástica y alucinante como el reino animal en la vida real. Seguro que lo disfrutarán grandes y chicos.
Positives - The Animation; It's the Disney Renaissance. So of course it's going to look beautiful. The Plot; Though not an original tale (Instead based on the Shakespeare story Hamlet), it's still a very engaging experience nonetheless. Scar; Probably one of (If not) the best villain's of the Disney Cannon. It's even more awesome knowing that Jeremy Irons played him. Mufasa's Death; I mean, come on. If I cried during it, then I am convinced that you will cry too.
Negatives - The Characters; Oh my god...... These characters are honestly some of the most lame, uninspired, and even unlikable characters that I have ever experienced in a Disney film! Simba is very cocky and brat-like, and Timon $ Pumba are just the cliched comic relief duo. The Comedic Relief; Fart and Burp jokes in a Disney film? SMH! The Ending - The ending is honestly not as engaging as I would have hoped. But then again. I haven't seen a good Disney ending since The Fox And The Hound.
So there you have it. I also want to clarify that when I mentioned the ending. I wasn't implying Scar's death . That sequence was spectacular! I was mainly implying the sequence after Scar's death. But I digress.