Film: Real-life Lion gets lost in translation
The Lion King is a 'photo-realistic' remake of the 1994 classic that replaces gorgeous animation with pixel-perfect but less emotionally engaging digital renderings of the real animals of the Serengeti
Disney’s compulsion to remake its timeless animations as live-action reboots reaches the pinnacle of technical ambition in The Lion King, a “photo-realistic” remake of the 1994 classic that replaces gorgeous animation with pixel-perfect but less emotionally engaging digital renderings of the real animals of the Serengeti.
Jon Favreau – who remade The Jungle Book from the blueprint of an even older cartoon - applies that same digital wizardry to what turns out...
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