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Ok, when I found out that Kiara is a cub in The Lion Guard I didn't like it. Don't get me wrong. I am trying to make myself get used to the idea that Kion is a cub, not to mention the same age as Kiara according to what Disney just said. Yes, he is the second born but maybe he was from the same litter (making kiara and kion twins). So yeah.. he was born after Kiara and as it turns out he is the same age as her (not a big fan of that either).
By the way yes he is the second born because -for the last time- there is no Kopa! :P
However! It makes scenes from the second movie not make any sense!...
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posted by ola9
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On a very rainy day in the Wildlands a little cub was born it's mum named it Zira.Zira loved her mum but one day she died,she got killed by another lion in a fight for the land.Zira was very unhappy about her mum's death,so she run away into the Pridelands and when she was running she slipped and fell into the water.
When she was calling for help a different lion heard her and came to save her.Once she asked the lion "What's your name" she asked
"My name is Scar" he replied "My real name is Taka" said the lion,"How did you get the name Scar" Zira asked him and he said "I have an older brother...
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posted by glelsey
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An archetype is a model device commonly used in media, and there are quite a few of them present in The Lion King. Sometimes archetypes are used to allow the viewer to make a better connection with a character or narrative, sometimes they are used to symbolise something important, and sometimes they are used simply because it makes sense to do so. Here are just some of the archetypes used in the 1994 animated movie...

Reluctant Hero
This is, of course, Simba. The Reluctant Hero is a common archetype used in a lot of movies, and is normally the protagonist. Simba is the good guy and the rightful...
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Kopa got up and shook his body to life. He bounced over to his mum, Nala, and pressed his paw up against her face in an attempt to awaken her. Her eyes fluttered open and she mumbled something under her breath.
"Mum, can I go out to play?" Kopa put on a cheesy grin,"Pu-leeaasee?"
"Your just like your father"
"So is that a yes?"
"Go ahead, but be careful, because if your anything like your father, I'm sure you'll get yourself into lots of mischief!"
Kopa bounded out of the cave opening and strait down into the grassy Savannah. As he was running through the grass he saw a big rock which reminded...
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posted by KiaraxKovu2317
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Vitani:Kiara!!! You won't believe who I just saw!!! Kiara:Who? Vitani:I just saw Kopa! He's back! Kiara:What?!!! He is!!! Where is he??!!! Vitani:Down in the gorge. Kiara:Ok!!! Watch Shani for me? Vitani:Sure! Shani:Where is my mommy going??? Vitani:To see her brother. She'll be back! *Kovu walks up with Chensi* Shani:Hey big brother!!! Wanna play??? Chensi:Yeah!!! Kovu:Where's Kiara??? Vitani:KOPA'S BACK!!!!!!!! Kovu:What???!!! Vitani:Yeah!!! *Gasps* I have to
Tell Simba!!! Kovu:Go ahead! Vitani:Thanx!!! *Runs to tell Simba* Vitani:SIMBA KOPA'S BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Simba:What???!!!! *With...
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posted by Bubgum
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ok i think that vitani's parents is Scar and Nala please don't get angry personally i don't like Scar and Nala together but it would make seance. Hear is what think what happened in the first draft simba was going to be a teen when he left so Nala would have been as well also Nala was meant to have a little brother Mheetu well when Scar was king he could of bribed nala to mate with him saying that he wouldn't kill him.

That's my my first reason my second reason is that vitani looks more like nala then zira color wise fur, eye and nose color.

so what do you think
posted by lionking1993
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Honestly I think Nala takes more control of the Kingdom than Simba does. I mean, she doesn’t let him know that since she’s aware of Simba’s dire need to follow the in the footsteps of his father, but Simba is a very damaged and hotheaded lion that she balances out with her calmness and clearer thinking. So, Nala insists on following Simba everywhere and helping take care of Royal Duties so she can keep him grounded if things start getting out of hand with his emotions.

I did not write this. I though I would upload it since I totally agree. Found this on Tumblr
The Lion King remains to this day my favourite animated movie. It has spawned two sequels and a Broadway musical, among other things. However, as it has happened so often in the past with a lot of films, the sequel is a path to the dark side.

Whereas darker and edgier sequels like The Empire Strikes Back and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets have worked and done their predecessors justice, The Lion King 2 fails miserably.

THE GOOD:

It is refreshingly different to see a Disney sequel that picks up immediately after the events of the first film.

It is also refreshingly different to see a Disney...
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posted by boytoy_84
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Simba, Pumbaa na Timoni katika swahili
Simba, Pumbaa na Timoni katika swahili
Here is 20 different languages to say "The Lion King":

Spanish El Rey León

French Le Roi Lion

German Der König Der Löwen

Italian Il Re Leone

Greek Ο Βασιλιας Των Λιονταριων

Swahili Mfalme Simba

Thai ราชาสิงโต

Chinese 獅子王

Japanese ライオンキング

Irish An Rí Lion

Korean 라이온 킹

Dutch De Leeuwenkoning

Russian Король Лев

Hindi शेर राजा

Norwegian Løvenes Konge

Indonesian Raja Singa

Polish Król Lew

Maltese Ir-Re Lion

Czech Lví Král

Vietnamese Vua Sư Tử
Sarabi pierde Mufasa en español
Sarabi pierde Mufasa en español
posted by deedragongirl
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I love this poster.
I love this poster.
Hi guys, I love this film from the bottom of my heart, so I'll writing a short review about the film as well as the musical scores and the songs of the legendary film that brought us together.

The Story

Based on Shakepeare's Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. The story has provides moral values that we learn in our lives as we grow up, the first one is the put your past behind you and yes, it DOES hurt sometimes. But, we all change it and that we need to improve the future!
The film also promotes parental love, yes we make mistakes in our lives and we learn from it. I truly appreciate that! I was also...
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posted by jason74633
Nala is having her fun seducing Simba
It's going down, I'm yelling timber
You better move, you better dance
Let's make a night you won't remember
I'll be the one you won't forget
Wooooah (timber), wooooah (timber), wooooah (it's going down)
Wooooah (timber), wooooah (timber), wooooah (it's going down

Simba Is dancing around saunter his way to Nala
The bigger they are, the harder they fall
These big-iddy boys are dig-gidy dogs
I have 'em like Miley Cyrus, clothes off
Twerking in their bras and thongs, timber
Face down, booty up, timber
That's the way we like to–what?–timber
I'm slicker than an oil spill...
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posted by lilylove89
The Lion King is a 1994 American animated feature film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation. Released to theaters on June 15, 1994 by Walt Disney Pictures,[2] it is the 32nd film in the Walt Disney Animated Classics. The story, which was influenced by the Bible stories of Joseph and Moses, the Epic of Sundiata, and the William Shakespeare play Hamlet, takes place in a kingdom of anthropomorphic lions in Africa.[4] The Lion King is the fifth highest-grossing animated film and continues to be the highest-grossing hand drawn animation film in history[5] and belongs to an era known as the...
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posted by KyngJ908
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At the bottom of the hill...
At the bottom of the hill...
Following includes:
Opinion and language



We all saw when Simba and Nala rolled down the hill right? Well thats the thing. It looked as if Walt diseney puts secret things inside the movie but no one even notices.



Was Nala actually in heat? Well I think so because her eyes tell the whole story and sex is written all over simba. On Fan fiction they make simba more drunk and Nala is grumpy and shes the one I would Think I'm ok with. She's usually more entergetic tho.
When Mabaya reached the fresh-kill pile she felt as if someone was watching her,but she decided to ignore it. She was about to grab a field mouse when a rock hit her in the head. She let out a little roar as she placed her paw on her head. She then heard laughter. She looked up and saw a couple of cubs. She growled as they kept laughing. ''Hey''? she asked angrily. ''What was that for. ''?''Oh, nothing we just did it for fun.''the first one said,smiling.''Errrr''she growled. Just then Vitani came over.''Hey,Mabaya''.she said ,smiling . But Mabaya ignored her. ''Hey Mabaya are you okay''.Vitani...
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Let's start with the fact how Kopa was never and is not canon nor a movie character at all: link.

But some people think that the more believers Kopa has the more real he'll become. As in that if many enough believe in him as canon regardless of Disney saying he's not, Disney would make him into what those believers want him to be.

Well, Kopa believers: If I were you, I wouldn't hold my breath. And here's why.

The books and Kopa are outsider written and look what happened: Disney approved him for profit and childrens' entertainment in books known only in USA and did not even refer to him in the...
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posted by bendaimmortal
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These are of course only my own, personal TOP10 reasons for loving it. :)

1. It's very unlike your standard Disney cartoon. It's dark and psychologically deep and complex story and doesn't sugar coat anything. Even the dead stay dead. Apart from Mufasa's ghost coming to guide Simba, but he was still dead! And unlike usually, the "resurrection" actually works for the story instead of being there to make kids happy. I mean, without the ghost scene the story would've been very different.

2. It bases on Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' mixed with a bit of the story of Moses from the Bible. That makes the story...
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I've been wanting to do this for a long time, so here I go. My little character psychology analysis on the three most crucial characters for the official story. In a way this results in Simba born -> Scar the bad guy -> Simba the bad guy -> Zira the bad guy -> the being bad ends with Simba growing into his father's son.

SCAR:
Nothing official is known about his past, but we can assume something made him want to be the king perhaps more than his brother ever did. I personally like to think it was not any remarkable amount of neglect by their father, but just Scar's desire for freedom...
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taka is mufasa's brother,he was born after mufasa.
he love dplaying with his brother.one day as they played,Ahadi looked at them and uru came to his side and asked him"is something wrong dear?"and he replies"i have to choose who is going to be the next king,Mufasa or Taka"uru looked at him"choose wisely"and left.ahadi decided to choose mufasa.the next day he told mufasa"mufasa,i have chosen you to be the next king of the pridelands"and mufasa said"cool".mufasa ran to taka and told him"taka,taka,dad chose me as the next king!"and taka said"really,then im really happy for you brother".taka dint...
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I just stumbled over the seemingly popular interpretation that Mufasa's ghost was only in Simba's mind and that's why he didn't tell the truth about how he died. I was like 'Whaaaat?!' That never crossed my mind, in all these 15 years.

I guess it is kinda left up to the viewers interpretation in the film but Mufasa truly appearing to guide his son, fits the theme of the story much better than just Simba's imagination.

Rafiki had summoned him. You know Rafiki was able to do weird stuff, such as seeing that Simba is alive and where to find him, by doing something to the dust in the wind that had...
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Kopa and Simba
Kopa and Simba
I wrote the whole thing myself and i am hoping this is gonna be good.


*The Lion King 3: The return of kopa*


*Part 1*

The sky was reddish pink, it was turning morning the animals lined up for Kiara and Kovu's official wedding at the Pride Lands, Vitani stood up looking proud at her brother. Wind blew againts her brownish-gold fur and through her bangs as she watched her brother and the other lionesses roar. Kiara and Kovu stepped up the pride rock and roared as the animals went wild. Kiara and Kovu hugged each other as Nala and Simba roared with them.


Later on, Simba and Nala were walking along...
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