Original Lion King VS 2019 Lion King
Comparison between the original Lion King and the 2019 Lion King
As a kid whose
This summer, I had the pleasure of watching the 2019 Lion King in the theater. Although I had already watched the original, I noticed that there were some differences and similarities between the two films. When comparing the two films, there’s a major difference between the visuals in the original and new versions movie. The film that premiered in 1994 is an animation, where the characters are cartoons and not realistic, whereas the 2019 film is live-action. Although the newest versions’ animals are realistic, the film is an animation, the visuals have been upgraded using a computer-generator.
An obvious similarity between the two films is that the majority of the storyline remained the same - a young lion named Simba, who looks up to his father the King, as he waits for his time to rule the African Plains as the next heir. However, not everyone is pleased
In spite of the storyline remaining the same, there have been certain changes between the original and live-action in terms of characterization. An example of this is with one of the songs in the original, “Be Prepared,” sang by Scar, the evil uncle. Despite the fact that it was
Personally, I was very happy to hear that Disney was coming out with a remodelled version of the 1944 Lion King this summer, as I knew that it would bring back many memories from my childhood. It was delightful to see that although there were a number of changes within the film, the narrator playing Mufassa has remained the same. I found the new movie very impressive mainly because the visuals were
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