The Lion King (2019 film) Explained | Reviews & Details


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Release Date :  
Release Date (Streaming):
Jul 19, 2019 Wide
Aug 27, 2019
Hindi                      Yes
English                   Yes
In                            2D, 3D
Director            Jon Favreau
Run Time   01:58:11
Rating Symbol     Nominated for 1 Oscar, 19 wins & 37 nominations
Writer         Jeff Nathanson
Awards                    9 wins & 25 nominations.
Age                     8+
Genres       Animation, Adventure, Drama, Family, Musical
Budget       $ 45 million
Box Office         $ 968.5 million
Studio:                     Buena Vista Pictures
Production companyWalt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Feature Animation
Produced by         Don Hahn
Starring     Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Matthew Broderick, James Earl Jones, Jeremy Irons, Moira Kelly, Niketa Calame, Ernie Sabella, Nathan Lane, Robert Guillaume, Rowan Atkinson, Whoopi Goldberg, Cheech Marin, Jim Cummings, Madge Sinclair
GamesYes Available : Google Play Store
Cinematography ,
Country                 United States
Language           English
Music Director  Hans Zimmer
Filming LocationLos Angeles, California, USA

The Lion King (2019 film)

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The Lion King (2019 film)” I want to begin with the story around ten years ago. I interviewed Swedish actress Noomi Rapace. She was creating waves globally as Elizabeth slander in the Swedish film. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo which was based on the best-selling book the book. Series was so popular that David Fincher was doing an english-language remake.

Fincher had just done the social network any actor would have given their right arm to work with him especially then and this could have been her big break in Hollywood. But Rapace said thatshe didn’t want to play Lizabeth again. When I asked her why she simply said because repetition would be cynical clearly. This has never occurred to the Disney Corporation because after the lame live-action Aladdin remake we now have the all-new The Lion King.

I saw the Hindi version and the onlything that kept me going was the voices of the Hindi film artists who could have imagined the fun veteran actor. Asrani has as a zoo the somewhat annoying overprotective hornbill whose advisor to King Mufasa or how Sanjay Mishra’s droll delivery. makes boom buzz lines even funnier and of course the icing on the cake is Shahrukh and Rin Khan as Mufasa and Simba but more on that later.

The Lion King is visually stunning like the original 1994 film. This one also opens with this majestic sunrise on the plains of Africa. Where all the animals have gathered to greet their new Prince Simba. You might briefly think you’re watching a Nat Geo documentary, because The Lion King is a photorealistic firm in an interview with Entertainment Weekly magazine. Director Jon Favreau said that the attempt was to make an animated film looked like live action.

So each blade of grass all the fur on an animal’s back looks hyperreal. But all of it is digital so there’s something weirdly fake in its perfection. When the animals start speaking the illusion falls apart. It’s impossible to buy into this beautifully rendered absolutely natural looking lion.

Who also talks the original the line had gorgeous hand-drawn animation orders of charm. A great beating heart which is why it’s one of the most successful animated movies of all time. This one is almost a frame-to-frame remake I’m marveled at the painstaking workmanship.

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But it was impossible to feel any emotion so as the story of the noble King Mufasa his evil brother scar and the playful Simba. Who must rise up to his destiny repeated itself. I found relief in the Hindi dump some of it is clumsy the songs don’t work in Hindi zindagi Hikari doesn’t have the same power as circle of life scar and his posse of dim-witted but deadly highness also lose some of their impact ah shish kebab tea provides the Menace for scar but some of the dialogue sounds like it’s been taken from an 80s firm after mufasa’s dea

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