Lion King Censorship

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Every children’s movies come with a memorable quote whether it’s funny or relatable. This could be intentional of the writers from Pixar to Disney. I used the above quote because this quote makes you think. The Lion King came out in 1994 and was one of my favorite movies but I didn’t connect it to my life until I got older. I believe the writers make their movies have a deeper meaning for the purpose of giving adult watchers something to take away from movies geared towards their children. As a young adult, I have learned to appreciate the little lessons from movies e.g. Finding Dory, Inside Out, and Cinderella. Each lesson they teach can be taken in the simplest way possible and even on the deepest way possible. I feel as though the five best children’s movies are Monster’s Inc., Princess and the frog, Toy Story, Frozen and UP. I chose the children’s movies Monster’s Inc., Princess and the frog, Toy Story, Frozen and UP because these movies hold a special place in my heart.…show more content…
The story of Toy Story in tells Woody, a good-hearted cowboy doll who belongs to a young boy named Andy, sees his position as Andy 's favorite toy jeopardized when his parents buy him a Buzz Lightyear action figure. Even worse, the arrogant Buzz thinks he 's a real spaceman on a mission to return to his home planet. When Andy 's family moves to a new house, Woody and Buzz must escape the clutches of a bad neighbor Sid Phillips and reunite with his owner. Based off Pixar’s official website, the thing about this movie is it was Most of the Pixar team were new to feature films and crafting a full-length story posed the first challenge. An early version pitched Toy Story as a road trip. Woody started out as a ventriloquist’s dummy. There was talk of making it a musical. When John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton envisioned a new toy and old toy vying for their owner’s affection, the film took the shape of a buddy picture and the story took off
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