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One day you have to cry after Mufasa about "The Lion King".
Although I can not say that I did not cry after Mufasa, I must admit that the *Lion King* has never belonged to my beloved animations. At least not in childhood. Over time, however, I began to appreciate the film primarily because of the absolutely phenomenal animation.  I went to the new version of the *Lion King* with uncertainty. Because what I thought decided about its uniqueness was to be replaced by something new. The question is, is it better?

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[](https://movies.disney.com/the-lion-king-2019)

Well, that's probably the whole problem. Well, I can tell you that from my - but somewhat secular point of view (when it comes to animation I know as much as every viewer) the new *Lion King* is a beautiful film. Looking at incredibly realistic animals and nature reproduced in the smallest detail, it is hard to imagine that we are looking at something that arose in the stomach of the computer and not in front of the camera. Although from time to time we see elements that reveal that we have an animated world in front of our eyes, the illusion of reality is amazing. In scenes in which we have no comparison with the traditionally animated original, it is impossible not to admire the accuracy, meticulousness and pure beauty of the next generated frames. This is absolutely delightful film in this aspect. Showing how far animation can go - which has improved even since the phenomenal *Jungle Book*.

But. Exactly. There is one big *but* here. The film's realistic convention imposes some obvious limitations on filmmakers. Some things in this movie cannot happen because there will be no completely conventional scene and there is no chance for the animated lions to make moves that are completely foreign to them. After all, these are "real" animals. If the animation were about something completely new - I do not know - it was a story about Gorillas from Congo loosely based on the themes from Richard III, then we probably would not notice these restrictions. But unfortunately - it is an animation that almost frame by frame repeats the story known from the traditionally drawn tale of Lions on the savannah loosely based on Hamlet. Which means that at least the viewer who knows the prototype sees more restrictions than possibilities. I will give an excellent example. In the original singing sequence of Hakuna Matata, the characters jump into the water. When Simba comes out with the mane and shakes her, a big shed suddenly appears around his muzzle. But one graceful tilting of the animated head and the mane are arranged in a beautiful and majestic way. I remember this scene well because from childhood I was delighted with the fluidity of the animation. There is not such a beautiful scene in the new movie. It's an animated gag, and here we are dealing with apparent realism. There are necessarily more such scenes in the new *Lion King*. And so the addition - paradoxically, it takes a lot. If it were a completely new story, this loss would not be felt. Here you can see these small, abandoned - necessitated by a change in convention - elements.

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[](https://www.altpress.com/news/lion-king-cartoon-animators-upset/)

There is a lot to talk about the valley of incredibleness resulting from the fact that all these realistic animals move their mouths as if they were talking. However, probably what separates the viewer from the animal heroes are their eyes. Lions look here with an animal lion's eye. They are unable to look neither as dignified nor seductively nor ominously as in the original. Which means that, for example, Scar has very little to offer here. Ultimately, how much Scar's face differed from the noble face of Mufasa or Simba determined how much character he had. Here, Scar, Mufasa or Simba have the same look of a big cat eyes, which cannot flash a green look of mean evil, or the enthusiastic look of a little boy. The eyes fail the most and probably create the biggest problem to look at our animal heroes as coherent creatures. Without this excessive facial expression, we have animals that speak with a human voice, but their animality is not made up of human elements of their behavior. They are like very well shown puppets.

Another thing, the *Lion King*, was surprisingly ideological. In the original animation we were dealing with a classic tale of good and bad king. As usual in this type of narrative about power, the rule was that a good king is only the one who does not desire power but understands its requirements. Whoever wants power is dangerous because he will stop at nothing to get it only for himself. Such a message is neither original nor new. In the animation from 2019 we get one more element. During the conversation between Scar and the leader of hyenas, we learn that hyenas cannot hunt in the area ruled by lions due to hunting rights established by Mufasa. Hyenas, as too greedy, have no right to hunt on the lion's land. Scar  offering them an alliance refers to the solidarity of carnivores promising to abolish the old order and equality in access to goods. This slight change in the narrative means that the *Lion King* joins the latest fashionable works rejecting the idea of ​​any revolution and recognizing that only the old order is good. The leader of the hyenas who, after all, acts on behalf of herd, allying with Scar, does not belong to the world of the old order, so she must die. Of course, this is not a narrative in the center of history and the kids will get overwhelmed by the idea of ​​analysis at all, but it cannot be denied that from the story of how an ideal ruler should rule, the *Lion King* also became a story about how bad the change of system is . On the one who allows everyone's goods. Although, of course, it can be assumed that this is also a warning against greedy reaching for limited resources. Which in a situation of shortage should belong only to those in power? OK, I'm not going further in this reflection, but it amuses me how much even in animation for children (because it is mainly for children) Hollywood can flash the American fear of a revolution that cannot embrace even lions.

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[](https://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/entertainment/new-lion-king-movie-lands-with-a-critical-whimper)


Interestingly, there is more violence in the new *Lion King*. Or otherwise - this violence can be seen much differently - precisely because of the realism of presenting the story. However, when animals that look like real animals begin to attack it raises a certain feeling of discomfort - especially since this hyena without a human expression is in the human head an animal as guilty / innocent as the lion biting it. I was also surprised that the creators of the animation decided to show the blood-stained lion's mouth that had just eaten a piece of antelope. As the funny Timon says, long live family entertainment. But seriously, I was surprised, how differently the sight of contractually animated animals feels, and how when they are animated in a realistic way. I admit that it awakened some discomfort, not only mine but also in my kid. Although of course, again - I think most of my kid's peers will not pay attention to it.


![2FC267C7-FC68-41F1-834F-2616C3945C9D.jpeg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmdnhHQyeP4vi5AuX6rsiTfjtcUBf18ubG2xAS1Q6EBPU9/2FC267C7-FC68-41F1-834F-2616C3945C9D.jpeg)
[](https://www.goodmorningamerica.com/news/story/lion-kings-donald-glover-seth-rogen-jon-favreau-64238259)

I must admit that the film itself did not arouse any great emotions in me. Again, focusing on realism made the story shrink somehow. At the end I realized that I was not looking at the great royal entertainment but a few wet lions under some stone. The lion's rock suddenly dwarfed and ceased to be the center of the world. Perhaps because the film itself has lost a lot of its poetry. Mufasa in such a convention cannot appear in the sky (although he can speak from behind a completely ordinary storm cloud), Simba simply runs home without this one of the most beautiful scenes in the animation, and Scar cannot sing to the hyenas marching like a Nazi. And so the whole story shrinks so much that eventually you can see everything that traditional animation has taken away. Of course if you know it. Because if you don't know, then probably the perception of the *Lion King* is completely different. When I was sitting at the cinema I heard lapping when Mufasa was dying. So probably for some it was either the first meeting with this story, or regardless of what the animated lion looks like - death still moves. I was also surprised by how much the most human hero, Rafiki, lost in this new convention. Unfortunately, it couldn't be shown the same if it was to be a "real" monkey. A pity, because in such a release his role in the whole story is surprisingly broken, on the verge of being unnecessary.

I will not just complain to you - because in total there are good elements in this production. As I mentioned - the animation, although limiting, is perfect. Zimmer's music sets the tone for most scenes and proves how much the film depended on it. Timon and Pumbaa are surprisingly fine. I would even say that some of their scenes are more fun here than in the original. Especially that a little watery gaze of the warthog somehow breaks through this border and comes out of it very human pig. Unfortunately, I can't rate songs and dialogues. Not because they are bad, but because if you know the original by heart (like me and half of my generation), you hear mainly differences and not similarities. So every song seemed to me fake and every dialogue mismatched (I was surprised by the abbreviation which was the replacement of "when we die we will grow grass that antelopes eat" with "When we die we will turn into grass" - I don't know but somehow the logic has evaporated somewhere ). But again - most viewers aged for Disney animations probably do not know the original. 

![B363D7DB-EB6F-42FC-A62C-A074FAD364D1.jpeg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmZAVJZRWZErUo559wRYNfrc1GrcSAjw5PxSPceck8AHvR/B363D7DB-EB6F-42FC-A62C-A074FAD364D1.jpeg)
[](https://www.hindustantimes.com/hollywood/the-lion-king-movie-review-the-greatest-visual-effects-spectacle-since-avatar-a-monument-to-hollywood-excess/story-wnG20wMo1l56W3aUrgo53K.html)

I left the cinema untouched. Or rather - moved by a missed opportunity. If it was an animation made with this technique but about any other animals. If it were something completely new - then there would be half of these comments. Because there would be no feeling that someone was doing something. Perhaps here is my greatest frustration - that we could tell thanks to this new fantastic technique, a new fantastic story where nothing would be lacking, and you would not see how much realism limited the creators compared to the traditional line. There are at least two dozen animal films in my head that use Shakespeare themes that could be shot. And although I know perfectly well why Disney reached for the known title (and the Box Office specialist know even better), the *Lion King* would be a much better movie if it wasn't for the *Lion King*. Hence, there is only hope that if Disney ever reaches for this animation tool again, it will tell us something new. Because I have the impression that then there will be a lot more delight. Although probably not so much more money. Ultimately, if someone wanted to read this text as an attempt to answer the question whether to go to the new *Lion King* or not, I would say that everything depends. If you do not know the original, I suspect that it can be a fantastic aesthetic and fictional experience. If you know the original very well, you will probably see what is not there in this animation. And if you have a child, don't hesitate, my know this story very well but she was pleased.  In the end you have to cry for Mufasa once in the cinema. And then you can do what you want in life.

Ps. I am on a very long vacation so the frequency of posts has decreased. I'm resting from the internet.

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@iamsaray ·
I can say that King Leon was the first Disney movie that made me cry a lot, I felt his loss, his pain in only cartoon! It was tragic the death of Mufasa, I have not seen the movie and I really have illusions that I like it because it is my favorite of all haha
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@anaerwu ·
I'm a great fan of classic Disney animations and I always try to watch the new version of those movies. But this one pleased me in a completely different way, I was surprised by the effects because the original plot lose to many special moments in this adaptation. 
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It would be interesting to see how this movie is reflected in the details it has given.
I have a very bad memory and I don't remember much of the original movie.
I think it will be an opportunity to see a classic with a new look.
What I remember most was the violent scene in the cave.
Scar's violent attitude and the projection of shadows and fire scared my daughter.
I almost had to leave the movie theater. LOL
Thank you for this good analysis and rating of this movie.
Thanks to Curie for a good selection of content.
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@anaerwu ·
I totally understand when you have to leave cinema because the kid is too scared - my kid was really scared during *Jungle Book* movie.
And to be honest, I think that *Lion King* gave me a few moments when I want to leave the cinema. But I think it is worth watching with an open mind and don't compare it to the animation. 

Thank you for your kind words.
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@gingbabida ·
Wow! Such a detailed movie review! Thank you.

Lion King is the first ever movie I've seen in the big screen when I was just eight years old. And it made me cry. And watched it countless times on TV as well. But I haven't seen the latest one, but if someday I'll do, I'll remember this movie review. πŸ˜‰ Thank you.
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