Do you think that god stays in heaven because he is afraid of his creation?
The Lion King became my all-time favorite movie before I even saw it. I know that sounds weird... but it's true. I only saw a few previews on TV before I was hooked and immediately started searching out LK merchandise. Believe it or not, I never even had a chance to see the movie in theaters until it was released in IMAX in 2002!
After I saw the movie for the first time, I was covered in tears- both sad for Scar's pitiful demise and happy for Simba's powerful triumph. I was frozen in awe, and sat there, literally shaking, as the ending credits rolled by.
Why? Probably a combination of the awesome music, the breathtaking art, the powerful plot and the meaningful story behind it... or maybe because I'm just a really sensitive person and a sucker for aesthetically pleasing, animated animal films. The music did play a big part. It was very deep and moving, even for a person like me who'd rather listen to the more heavy stuff. The music gave the scenes just the right amount of feeling they needed to cause such dramatic impressions (even finding myself bopping my head along to the silly antics of I Just can't Wait to be King . I really enjoyed the animation, the art.. the characters and the wide variety of personalities they each had. Need I mention Scar with his awesome character design.
Watching TLK has always intrigued me to draw more, think more, wonder about new things, and even to write- something I'd never done, or even liked doing, before. The effect this movie has had on me ever since the first time I've seen it has been very influential.
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