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One of the most popular Disney animated musicals, The Lion King presents the story of a lion cub's journey to adulthood and acceptance of his royal ... Show synopsis

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  • is it really any different ? Aug 4, 2010
    by John M

    I always found this movie to be enjoyable, I agree there is violence and when my son was young and asked I explained that there is always evil in the world, yet good should always be sought. The movie has great music, visuals and script. It cover all the human emotions and i still love it to this day. if we were to use this as violent we would have to say that,dating back to my youth, most kids shows are violent, the turtle, power rangers and the list goes on and on. All in all Lion King is an excellent with lessons of life to be discussed with children and morals, love, wonderful script and visuals.

  • FAVORITE DVD Jul 29, 2010
    by Suzanne M

    My grandson and I love watching this DVD. The animation is wonderful and the music stays with you. I also have the CD that my 3 year old grandson listens in the car. The characters names are fun to say as well. Would recommend this DVD to any child.

  • AMAZING Jan 7, 2010
    by Shelon

    This is my favorite children's movie! I still remember every word to every song and I could watch it over and over again. To be honest my roommate and I brought it to our dorm and watched it a million times over the course of the year. :)

  • For children an Adults Nov 19, 2009
    by LKW1989

    Whether you are young or old, this movie is for you! A fabulous story and catchy songs. As well as a message for all: "Remember who you are".

  • A must see! Oct 7, 2009
    by Angelaca1013

    This is a really good movie that has it all - music, murder, comedy, romance and coming of age. Excellent to watch with kids.

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