The Lion King II: Simba's Pride

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  • Rosencrantz And Pumbaa Comparison

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    When contrasting the characters in William Shakespeare's Hamlet to Disney’s The Lion King, they are different. Hamlet is a play about Hamlet trying to get revenge on his uncle for killing his father. The Lion King is a movie about a lion who runs away from his father's death and comes back to save the kingdom from his evil uncle. When specifically looking at Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, and Timon and Pumbaa they are different in that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are greedy, untrustworthy, and uncaring

  • Beetsme Case Study

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    The cooperation and competition amongst Beetsme and Titus started during Titus’s younger years. Beetsme killed Flossy’s baby causing her and Cleo older sister of Titus to flee the pack the first abandon the pack. The two silverbacks set out to form an all-male gorilla pack for eight years and discover five female gorillas. Beetsmy killed two more females’ infants and started to drive off the males one by one which was known classic takeover method. Beetsme kept Titus around to help defend the new

  • Analysis Of The Lion King 2 Simba's Pride

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    ELA 10-1; Feature Film Questions Assignment #2 ; Tiarra McCann 1. The film that I viewed was The Lion King 2 Simba 's Pride.  Simba, the King of the Pride Lands is now a father. His daughter Kiara is eager to explore beyond the Pride Lands, but Simba tries to shelter her from danger. One day Kiara 's curiosity draws her into the Out Lands, where she bumps into Scar 's adopted son Kovu. They become friends, but Kovu 's evil mother Zira and Simba quickly separate the two. Zira raises Kovu for the

  • Lion King Film Analysis

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    Derek Oxley Movie Review Comp 10-11-17 The Lion King The movie The Lion King is an animated movie of a young lion cub (Simba) who is tricked into leaving his homeland and his throne by his evil Uncle Scar who murdered his father. Simba then runs away and grows up outside the pride lands when all of a sudden he is forced to face his past again. He must decide, is he an outcast, or the rightful ruler and King of the pride lands (IMDB)? This movie is absolutely amazing: a 10/10. It is a great movie

  • Julius Caesar Second Gladiator Analysis

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    (Revised) A lion is released to roam the field and a moan flows from the packed benches. Caesar shifts to the edge of his chair to admire the majesty of the beast. A second feline is coaxed from the further rim of the stadium. At another extremity, a gladiator materializes with helmet and face guard. He drags a net and carries a trident, the people rise. He remains in place not intending to annoy the big cat who in turn is alert of his presence but continues to amble in a small circular space. A

  • Lion King Film Analysis

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    Movie review for The Lion King II, Simba's Pride. The Lion King II, Simba's Pride, is a 1998 animated musical film and the sequel to The Lion King. It is directed by Darrell Rooney and Rob LaDuca. Darrell Rooney has also directed animated films such as Mulan II, Lady and the Tramp II, and Aladdin. Rob LaDuca directed the films Joseph King of Dreams, Winnie the Pooh and Micky's Adventure in Wonderland. Suzanne Pleshette voices Zira as the main antagonist in the film. She is an exiled lioness

  • Comparison Of The Lion King II And Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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    Durrell Ronny the director of Lion King II: Simba’s Pride and author Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet have a very similar storyline, both betray the theme of love and pride. There are similarities and differences between the two. One of the main similarities between The Lion King II and Romeo and Juliet is that both main characters are deeply in love with each other but are doomed to be together due to the feud between both families. In The Lion King II the main characters are Kovu and Kiara, they

  • Shakespeare's Timeless Love Story Retold in Film Essay

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    “He was not of an age, but for all time!”, described Ben Jonson in regards to Shakespeare (qtd. in Chrisp 62). As research proves, there is no doubt to the truth of this statement. Adding to Jonson’s words in regards to Shakespeare’s timelessness Peter Chrisp explains that “there have been more than 500 film and TV adaptations of Shakespeare’s dramas” (Chrisp 65; Mabillard). Furthermore, in the introduction to Gnomeo and Juliet, a Red Good Gnome says, “The story we are about to tell has been told

  • Lion King Character Analysis

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    The movie The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride follows the life of Simba and Nala’s daughter Kiara. She falls in love with Kovu, a male lion from an exiled pride known as the Outsiders who was once lead by Simba’s evil uncle named Scar. Separated by Simba’s prejudice against the Outsiders, who are followers of Scar with a vindictive plot planned by Kovu’s mother Zira, Kiara and Kova struggle to overcome the two obstacles that are keeping them apart. Desperate to be together, Kiara and Kovu become the

  • The Madness Inside, or Outside Hamlet

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    whether Hamlet’s madness is real or if he is faking it. If his madness isn’t real, and he is feigning it, it opens up the idea that he is using his madness as a distraction in order to divert attention from his true actions of killing Claudius. In The Lion King, Simba doesn’t have any of his own madness, but his friends Timone and Pumba supply him with some of their own. Timone and Pumba are Hamlet’s madness, but instead of Simba being mad himself, it is projected onto others. Timone and Pumba help Simba