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Disney’s “The Lion King, directed by Jon Favreau, journeys to the African savanna where a future king is born. Simba idolizes his father, King Mufasa, and takes to heart his own royal destiny. But not everyone in the kingdom celebrates the new cub’s arrival. Scar, Mufasa’s brother—and former heir... Read more

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Disney’s “The Lion King, directed by Jon Favreau, journeys to the African savanna where a future king is born. Simba idolizes his father, King Mufasa, and takes to heart his own royal destiny. But not everyone in the kingdom celebrates the new cub’s arrival. Scar, Mufasa’s brother—and former heir to the throne—has plans of his own. The battle for Pride Rock is ravaged with betrayal, tragedy and drama, ultimately resulting in Simba’s exile. With help from a curious pair of newfound friends, Simba will have to figure out how to grow up and take back what is rightfully his. The all-star cast includes Donald Glover as Simba, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter as Nala, James Earl Jones as Mufasa, Chiwetel Ejiofor as Scar, Seth Rogen as Pumbaa and Billy Eichner as Timon.
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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 56 reviews
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      Windy Miller
      Greatly inspiring for Christian believers

      ...as it basically tells us the story of Simba (and each and every one of us) that we are to take our place as sons and daughters of the Father, pushing back darkness (satan) and taking our rightful place as heirs with Christ.Revelation 1:6:''You are kings and priests unto God...''

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      YESSICA
      The Lion King live action

      Christmas gift for the Lion King fan husband, loved it, waited to buy it instead of seeing at the cinema. Like the extra added bits to fill it out, but also loves James Earl Jones tying everything together. Beautiful film.

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      pam
      4K C.G.I MASTERPIECE!

      In 4K you can't fault the C.G.I the story is more a less a carbon copy of the cartoon master peice ( which is my favourite ) out of the two.I think this was a missed opportunity by Disney there is so much more which could have been done with this film i think the cartoon was more scarier .

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      W& E. Black
      Odd Disc Performance

      The disc itself played poorly via the HDMI output. Motion was blurry and delayed making it impossible to watch. However when played via a 21-pin SCART cable the film was less defined but had no blurr and no lag. I can't explain why and tests of the cables and outputs using other DVDs proved to be perfectly fine.So to the film itself. We had always loved the animated Lion King so the storyline was always going to be a winner. The live action on this version is excellent and very clever. However we didn't feel that it matched the original version for warmth or characterisation. We have to accept that new voice actors offer their own interpretation but , apart from James Earl Jones's reprisal, were good but not as good as the original contributors. Somehow it felt like we just going through the motions without any real sense of an attempt to achieve the same level of greatness of the animated film.The musical renditions , particularly from Beyonce, were overly elaborate and over complex ( just how many warbled notes does she want to fit into a bar of music ? ). All in all it's a film worth watching but , for us , it's never going to replace the animated original.

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      Timbo999
      Not feeling the love tonight, guys.

      So far as choices for a remake go, The Lion King had to be pretty much the safest bet in the world. For folk worldwide it’s THE animated classic in a back catalogue full of animated classics, basically meaning It’s the Antimatter bomb in an arsenal of weaponised nostalgia. So even if the rationale behind making this thing were as cynical as giving the forklift Disney stakeholders use to lift their wallets a proper workout, surely there’s enough gold in the original to mean that this had to be good almost in spite of itself, right?

      …right?

      Yeah, no. not really. The best stuff about this thing is what it represents as a technical achievement; just about everything else that you might care to mention was done better back in ’94. Huge quantities of the scenes here are exact replicas of the original film done with photorealistic (mind-bendingly good at times) CG, so you can do direct scene-for-scene comparisons and in every single case the original wins. The reason for that is because you can do things with animation that you can’t do with this extent of realism. You can stylise your characters in such a fashion that they can emote like people; but when an honest-to-god lion gives the same stuff a shot it just looks like the work of the devil. Wooden, stiff, woefully incapable of expressing the emotions required by the story and dialogue, these faces just cannot display the depth of feeling that they could as cartoons. It makes it hard to really get on board with the characters, not least because you can’t really hear them over your own screams. Simba has broadly the same look of feline indifference on his face when Mufasa gets stampeded to death as he does when he’s going on about how he can’t wait to be king. Sure, the dialogue has emotion aplenty, not least James Earl Jones’ magnificent voicework as Mufasa, but so what? How impressed am I meant it be by a film when it would work about as well as an audiobook?

      If it was just the fact that your characters can’t emote fully, that would be enough in spades to place it below the 25 year old cartoon version; but there’s other places where it lags behind too. Some of the scenes look laughable by comparison even without the stunted emotional range on display. The climatic final battle between Scar’s hyena army and the lion pride? This is meant to be a gripping spectacle and I suppose it might be if I wasn’t convulsed by laughter watching Nala do some leonine Judo nonsense to launch Hyenas into low orbit. They don’t fight like animals, they fight like animals trying to fight like human martial artists. Watching Rafiki busting jaws with his stick didn’t feel awesome, it felt like watching a baboon sabotage my childhood. The iconic “can you feel the love tonight” section of the film? Might work a touch better if they didn’t sing it during the bloody day. Remember how amazing “long live the king” was in the original? Scar gets right in Mufasa’s face, and hisses out “long…live…the king” with such supreme malevolence that you knew that this was more than business for Scar. It was pleasure. Here he just sort of…does it. It’s like he thought it would be so much more awesome in his head but then he did it and just felt daft, like when you see footage of yourself poledancing on a lamp post hammered out your mind off white cider and Tesco basics scotch.

      It’s not that there isn’t virtue to be witnessed here, it’s just that all the virtues – with the exception of the amazing visuals (when nothing is talking at least) – existed in the original, making this feel pretty pointless as anything besides an exercise in how stupifyingly good you can make a fake lion look. If not for all the hatecrimes against anthropomorphic animal communication, I don’t know if I’d have guessed that these animals were CG. You could plop these in a nature documentary and until Attenborough died of the most severe heart attack known to man when a warthog told him to bugger off I’m not certain anyone would know. It’s astounding, each hair on Simba’s mane, the musculature and veins, full marks to whoever was behind the SFX up until something needs to say something. In the final analysis though, the Lion King feels like precisely what it is; a needless 2nd helping of microwaved former glories because someone high up in Disney can still fit their wallet in their pocket. Save your money, watch the original again, and maybe look up a screenshot or two just so you can get the only worthwhile aspect of this thing for free when you see how well done the beasties are when they’re not talking.

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      SK
      Not the king

      Very disappointed. Talking animals only really works for me in animation. The xpressions are easier to believe..And this had a similar ending to jungle book. Forest on fire. Poor cg fire hero in peril

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      rw9
      Won't play in Canada Thanks a lot for telling me!

      I had bought this as a Christmas present and my daughter brought it over for the first time tonight
      so we could watch it together and it would not work because it said we were out of the region of the U.K!
      What's that suppose to mean we are out of the region!
      Because I am in Canada a movie from the U.K won't play here?
      Nobody told me that! I didn't know if you bought a DVD from the UK it won't play it in Canada!
      Ripped off!
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      ROP3
      While good, it’s a small patch on the Animated Cartoon

      While not as good as the cartoon the film looks amazing especially the level of detail. I really hoped that they would mix things up again however being truer to life the film now lacks the humour the animated version had and it's easily missed.

      There are sections that are better than the animated cartoon but this is overshadowed with the bits that are worse because of the different ways to play out a scene because it's live action. And the less we speak about the additional bits and singing can you feel the love tonight in broad daylight the better.

      James Earl Jones unfortunately sounds really old but I loved having him back, Donald Glover does a great job with Simba as well as Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner as Pumbaa & Timon.
      John Oliver as Zazu is a little weak and you miss that humour that Rowan Atkinson brought to the role and the same can be said about Chiwetel Ejiofor as scar, he just doesn’t have that terrifying voice Jeremy Irons had.

      The less we speak about Beyoncé the better!

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      Paul Smithson
      Fantastic film

      This film was amazing, didn’t think it would be as good as the original, but couldn’t make out which bits were animations and which was real film. Encourage anyone who like the Lion King to but and watch and enjoy

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      Nicolanickerbum
      No live-action at all - it’s all animated

      This was probably supposed to be one of the epitomes of Disney’s effort to recycle and to re-monetise its past animation movies through live-action versions. I do like a few of these movies, in particular where there is a deviation from the known story and a very different twist is provided or interesting back grounds are added to well-known characters. That’s why I thought Maleficent stood out and perhaps where the added scenes in the Aladdin live-action movie and certainly Dumbo added value. But for the rest I struggle to see the point of almost exact remakes these movies that were perfectly fine in their original form.

      And that is the issue with this new version of the Lion King; it is by far and large an visually upgraded animation movie. But I never thought anything was wrong with the original. And other than spectacular vista’s and scenery, realistic looking animals not much is added to the core concept. I must say that I do appreciate some of director Jon Favreau’s work. I’m still thrilled about the Mandalorian in particular and liked the first Iron Man movie. But the best qualities of this movie are driven by the technology and graphics.

      Of course the movie opens with the Circle of Life’s savannah landscape scene, brimming with life and activity. And from there it’s all familiar territory. Don’t expect a new twist, albeit the story is presented with astounding visuals and with a few new songs to stretch up the movie’s run time to more mature levels. The wildebeest stampede is overwhelming as are the detail of feathers or the lions’ manes. That is…. until the animals start to speak or sing.. Like in the Jungle book live action movies, I find it still strange and distracting to see perfectly realistic animals having a conversation in particular given that despite the technological advance the mouth movement an limp sync are not perfect. While I’m on flaws I can’t help to point to an issue that has bothered me since the first release of the movie 25 years ago; I’m no expert but the ZOO and national geographic explanations always tell me lion groups are matriarchal in nature. In real life there would have been no place for little Simba and he certainly would not be welcomed back as ‘king’. So the story needs a thick sauce of fairy tale and perhaps less photorealism.

      Three stars for the visuals, graphics and a storyline that remains attractive. But some discounts are in place for this version.

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