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posted by deedragongirl
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1994 version
So, here is my comparison on both the animated version and its live-action reboot. Ready?

The Story

While the majority of the story is the same, there are a couple of changes in the story, like we get to see more of Scar, Sarabi and Nala shortly after Simba was exiled and Mufasa's death. (Tied)

The Characters

One thing that I am very impressed is that both Nala and Sarabi have more character developments in this reboot. I am very happy for her independence and bravery throughout the entire film. (2019 Version)
Scar on the other hand, is very much like King Stefan from Maleficent despite that...
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posted by HoltNLucy4Ever
“The Lion King” is about a young prince named Simba who goes from a cub whose father was murdered to an adult who takes his place in The Circle of Life.
    Simba (Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Matthew Broderick) is the son of King Mufasa (James Earl Jones) and Queen Sarabi (Madge Sinclair) whose birth means his uncle Scar (Jeremy Irons) is second in line to the throne after him. Scar’s three henchmen are Shenzi (Whoopi Goldberg), Banzai (Cheech Marin), and Ed (Jim Cummings). After Mufasa saves Simba from their plot, Scar decides to murder both of them so he can become king....
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posted by SentinelPrime89
What to say about this one? Did we need it? Did we ask for it? Not really.

But I watched it finally and now I can say... it was OK. The visual effects here are phenomenal just like Favreau’s previous take at The Jungle Book. There’s also rare little moments of fresh storytelling that help differ this movie from the original, even if only about ten or twenty minutes worth.

I also had several problems. Like I said above, there are a few moments that differ but overall this is the exact same story from scene to scene just about. That includes many lines of dialogue taken straight from the superior...
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