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Lion King
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post Dec 17 2004, 08:55 PM
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QUOTE(Quistis88 @ Dec 17 2004, 07:10 PM)
I really liked the soundtrack.  biggrin.gif  When I first saw it, I didn't really understand what was going on, because I didn't speak English then so I didn't understand a lot of what was said.

ohmy.gif er...forgive my ignorance...but where ar eyou from, quistis? that you didn't speak english when you first saw the movie? your written english in the forum is so natural i didn't even consider you weren't a native speaker. happy.gif;;


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post Dec 17 2004, 09:00 PM
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QUOTE(Quistis88 @ Dec 17 2004, 06:10 PM)
It's neat how both Lion King movies are based on Shakespeare tragedies.  biggrin.gif

Oh woah, you're right! xD I never noticed that!
Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet!


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post Dec 17 2004, 09:01 PM
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QUOTE(hagane_no_tokage @ Dec 17 2004, 08:55 PM)
ohmy.gif er...forgive my ignorance...but where ar eyou from, quistis? that you didn't speak english when you first saw the movie? your written english in the forum is so natural i didn't even consider you weren't a native speaker. happy.gif;;

I am from Hong Kong, so my native tongue is Cantonese. I moved to Canada when I was around 7, and that was when I watched "The Lion King" in class. I could barely communicate with my classmates back then, much less understand the movie. Thank you for your compliment on my "natural written English." biggrin.gif

I love Disney movies. biggrin.gif So fun, and the songs are usually good.

I had a friend who had never seen the sequel. I drew her a plot diagram. It was hilarious. I should scan it some time, if I can find it . . .


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post Dec 17 2004, 09:14 PM
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QUOTE(Ailuro @ Dec 17 2004, 09:00 PM)
QUOTE(Quistis88 @ Dec 17 2004, 06:10 PM)
It's neat how both Lion King movies are based on Shakespeare tragedies.  biggrin.gif

Oh woah, you're right! xD I never noticed that!
Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet!

i didn't realize it until she mentioned it...but i felt too silly to admit it... happy.gif;; now that i know i'm not the only one i will come clean... heh heh... what about 1? anyone seen it? i thought it was kinda silly in comparison to the other two. i was actually pretty impressed with simba's pride, i thought it was quite well done for a sequel.

and quistis, you are quite welcome, your english is excellent. you certainly had me fooled, i never would have guessed. cantonese is the more uncommon dialect of chinese, isn't it? mandarin is the one like...everybody speaks, right? always been intrigued with chinese...but i never had much luck learning it, i just can't pronounce a lot of it... ~_~ one of my friends from work is from taiwan, so she speaks chinese to her husband and family, and i always like listening to it...but all i can say is "xie xie" and "wo ai ni". heh... staple chinese. oh well.


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Little Mermaid is one of mah faves too...I luv the song Part of Your World...
Aladdin is another one of mah faves...A Whole new world is such a great song...


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QUOTE(hagane_no_tokage @ Dec 17 2004, 09:14 PM)
i didn't realize it until she mentioned it...but i felt too silly to admit it... happy.gif;; now that i know i'm not the only one i will come clean... heh heh... what about 1? anyone seen it? i thought it was kinda silly in comparison to the other two. i was actually pretty impressed with simba's pride, i thought it was quite well done for a sequel.

and quistis, you are quite welcome, your english is excellent. you certainly had me fooled, i never would have guessed. cantonese is the more uncommon dialect of chinese, isn't it? mandarin is the one like...everybody speaks, right? always been intrigued with chinese...but i never had much luck learning it, i just can't pronounce a lot of it... ~_~ one of my friends from work is from taiwan, so she speaks chinese to her husband and family, and i always like listening to it...but all i can say is "xie xie" and "wo ai ni". heh... staple chinese. oh well.

So I'm the only one here to spot the reference (until I mentioned it)? huh.gif I guess I am fit to go for that English major . . . perhaps . . . biggrin.gif

I haven't seen 1 though. If it's silly then maybe I should not see it, not that I was really planning to in the first place. I forgot that there was even a 1 until you made note of it just now. tongue.gif

Mandarin is more commonly spoken, I suppose, since it's the official language of China. And I do believe that there are just as many Cantonese speakers as there are for most of the other dialects. It's actually one of the more popular ones, but they only really use it down south (ie. Hong Kong). Hope that helps. smile.gif

On a side note, I just found my plot diagram of "The Lion King II". I did one of these: O_o because I have no idea how it works now. I'll see if I can scan it so you people can laugh at my explanation-with-pictures skills.


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1 and a half is actually quite hilarious, as I found out. Yeah, I was a scrooge about it until my friend had me watch it with him. It was much better then I had imagined though. But I haven't seen Lion King 2 yet, and I don't think I will. Just seeing the first Lion King is enough for me. *nods* But yes, all in all, I thought it was a good movie.


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that's cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Which characters?!?!?!?!?


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post Dec 19 2004, 01:26 PM
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Yup, I loved the film! Well like I've loved most Disney Films actually....
I've seen the sequel too, and what I can remeber of them, I liked the first one more...
The music was lovely and I loved the feeling in the film! All and all it was really great!


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They should make another sequel based on yet another Shakespearean play (other than a tragedy). "Twelfth Night" could work. I've always wondered how lions would cross-dress.


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Lion King 1 was good... Part 2 sucked like crazy... 1 1/2 was HILARIOUS!!! X///D


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That's like one of my most favorite movies EVER!
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