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Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
JD McCrary a fan of the 1994 classic stated "It was amazing finding out when I got the role because it is such an honor just to be part of a Disney movie at all," he admitted. "But being part of one of my favorites, The Lion King, and playing young Simba in the movie is a huge blessing. When I found out I was just so surprised." After the initial shock sunk in, he realized that him and Young Simba have many similarities. "My favorite part about playing young Simba was just being able to be myself during the movie. I didn't have to change my voice because my voice is naturally that high and I can really relate to Simba, so I didn't really have to act too much because I look up to my dad just like he does and we both have scary uncles," McCrary joked. See more »
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This movie is wrong on many levels. You cannot get into it, it just feels like a documentary with kids voice on top of it. Most important scenes have been shortened, and useless scenes (cheaper ones my guess) have been lengthen (the mouse in the intro ? seriously ?). Yes, the goal is to put realism, but we could not tell the difference between lions (Sarabi and Nala in paritcular). Everything the original Lion King brought to us (essentially emotions, mostly from the animated faces) has been ripped off, event the few jokes by Timon and Pumbaa did not succeed to pass.
Last but not least, the music seems off too. Some good scores are here, but at the end it just seems to be put above everything like "eyh we need to put music" "ok just put it anywhere you want, dont forget suggestions to the previous score for nostalgia but dont care about if it fits".
This movie is an insult to an entire generation.
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