107 The Lion King Facts YOU Should Know!

Re: 107 The Lion King Facts YOU Should Know!

Postby Squeely » April 30th, 2016, 8:41 am

Yeah, it crosses the admittedly blurred and thin line between sexual harassment and... the next logical thing which is worse. I like that it gives Nala a stronger motivation for leaving, but I still think it was best left on the cutting room floor. I can imagine many parents getting upset about it, mine included. Plus, the motivation of finding food and help works just fine in its stead.
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Re: 107 The Lion King Facts YOU Should Know!

Postby Soren » April 30th, 2016, 11:56 pm

Well, I just watched it again, and I think you guys are probably right now. I changed my mind, I don't think they should have included it now. Too much for younger (and a lot of older) viewers.
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