Probably not. The trailers usually just get me excited for the movie. I usually do reviews on the movies themselves. But hey, I am excited to see another Lion King trailer, especially if it shows of clip of Seth Rogen doing Pumbaa’s voice.
If they show multiple shorts on DVD, hopefully they are connected during and after the events of the movie. I have ideas for shorts. One short involves Felix and Calhoun trying to handle the Sugar Rush kids as a family while Ralph and Vanellope are in the Internet. The other short may feature Vanellope racing in Slaughter Race after parting ways with Ralph.
After seeing both movies with different character cameos and the end of Ralph Breaks the Internet, it made me wish they all would’ve come together and have a party to know each other. It can be like Vanellope has invited her new friends from the Internet like Shank and her Slaughter Race crew, Yesss, and even the Disney Princesses to meet Felix, Calhoun, the Sugar Rush Racers, and others from the arcade.
Speaking of shorts, once the DVD comes out, hopefully we see one that has Felix and Calhoun dealing with the Sugar Rush kids while Ralph and Vanellope are in the Internet. It could be like both The Incredibles shorts involving Jack Jack.
Now you know the two different discussions. One is a short idea that involves Felix and Calhoun learning to be parents to the Sugar Rush kids and the other is a half hour special idea on characters from Litwak’s and the Internet come together for a party.
I don’t remember that scene in the Broadway version. I only remember her rejecting Scar’s affections (*shudder*). But then again, it’s been so long since I saw it. Ladt time I saw the Broadway version was March 2001.
Great job Tiger. You did a great job with elaborating. I do agree that the disney classic is better than the book. If you read my Favorite Disney movie countdown re-release, I thought the book was too full of hate.
And BTW, dare I ask what was that comparison you dreaded when pulling it out of the hat? I am guessing it involved a certain chicken...?
No. I pulled out The Cat in the Hat. That movie was awful! The story had almost nothing to do with the book, and it's filled with jokes that aren't appropriate for children. Thankfully, though, after that, I'm gonna talk about Horton Hears A Who.