The final scene.

Re: The final scene.

Postby BrianGriffinFan » November 3rd, 2023, 7:30 am

Can you please respond? I mean maybe I’m kind of obsessed, it’s just I waited for a while to hear back, but if you don’t want to that’s fine.

I think I do honestly need to get away from LK. It’s just not good for my health.
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Re: The final scene.

Postby MusicLion101 » November 7th, 2023, 1:42 pm

[quote="BrianGriffinFan"]Can you please respond? I mean maybe I’m kind of obsessed, it’s just I waited for a while to hear back, but if you don’t want to that’s fine.

I think I do honestly need to get away from LK. It’s just not good for my health.[/quote]


The forums are dead dude :sad:
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Re: The final scene.

Postby BrianGriffinFan » November 22nd, 2023, 5:48 am

I’m sorry about this post.
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Re: The final scene.

Postby BrianGriffinFan » November 22nd, 2023, 6:07 am

Sorry about this post.
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Re: The final scene.

Postby BrianGriffinFan » February 13th, 2024, 4:07 pm

[quote="CEVRAM"]I wonder if that's because those are human associated activities, and they get Simba acting in ways which closely resemble human like mannerisms, making him more relatable and interesting at the same time because naturally, lions aren't supposed to engage in such behaviors. He certainly looks more "anthropomorphized" during these scenes.[/quote]

I know, and I really love seeing him like that. And that’s mainly why I also really like the idea of Mufasa occasionally doing these activities, both cause I think he would look great doing them and to show they’re not “bad” if done in moderation. And it wouldn’t really be completely unbelievable, since similar to Timon with Simba, Mufasa has a two-legged friend with Rafiki. Heck, two, since he also has Zazu.
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Re: The final scene.

Postby BrianGriffinFan » April 10th, 2024, 8:13 pm

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Re: The final scene.

Postby BrianGriffinFan » April 10th, 2024, 8:16 pm

[quote="CEVRAM"][quote="BrianGriffinFan"][quote="CEVRAM"]I wonder if that's because those are human associated activities, and they get Simba acting in ways which closely resemble human like mannerisms, making him more relatable and interesting at the same time because naturally, lions aren't supposed to engage in such behaviors. He certainly looks more "anthropomorphized" during these scenes.[/quote]

I know, and I really love seeing him like that. And that’s mainly why I also really like the idea of Mufasa occasionally doing these activities, both cause I think he would look great doing them and to show they’re not “bad” if done in moderation. And it wouldn’t really be completely unbelievable, since similar to Timon with Simba, Mufasa has a two-legged friend with Rafiki. Heck, two, since he also has Zazu.[/quote]

I particularly enjoyed the scene where Simba and Timon held the snail eating contest. They made him far more "humanized" in it than how he's usually portrayed like throughout the franchise, unlike Scar or Zira, who were regularly depicted showing a significant degree of anthropomorphism when on screen.[/quote]

Honestly, I’m still a bit frustrated about this. I feel like you didn’t even read ANY of what I’d said
in the post you were responding to when you made that last response. I mean I didn’t say anything about Scar and Zira, what do they have to do with any of what I said? I’m not mad at you or anything, but I’m pretty sure you didn’t read what I said.

EDIT: I want to say I’m sorry if this sounded kind of harsh, I hold on to things that bother me sometimes, it’s something I need to work on.
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Re: The final scene.

Postby BrianGriffinFan » May 5th, 2024, 5:45 am

[quote="CEVRAM"][quote="BrianGriffinFan"][quote="CEVRAM"]I wonder if that's because those are human associated activities, and they get Simba acting in ways which closely resemble human like mannerisms, making him more relatable and interesting at the same time because naturally, lions aren't supposed to engage in such behaviors. He certainly looks more "anthropomorphized" during these scenes.[/quote]

I know, and I really love seeing him like that. And that’s mainly why I also really like the idea of Mufasa occasionally doing these activities, both cause I think he would look great doing them and to show they’re not “bad” if done in moderation. And it wouldn’t really be completely unbelievable, since similar to Timon with Simba, Mufasa has a two-legged friend with Rafiki. Heck, two, since he also has Zazu.[/quote]

I particularly enjoyed the scene where Simba and Timon held the snail eating contest. They made him far more "humanized" in it than how he's usually portrayed like throughout the franchise, unlike Scar or Zira, who were regularly depicted showing a significant degree of anthropomorphism when on screen.[/quote]


Did you read a single thing I actually said???? I don’t think you did because your response clearly shows none of it registered with you! If I’d known you were just going to go off talking about something completely unrelated that also makes no sense I never would have shared my feelings in the first place! :cry:

I’m sorry, but I take things personally sometimes. At least when it feels like people aren’t listening to me. And I’ve been having a bit of a bad night.
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Re: The final scene.

Postby BrianGriffinFan » May 5th, 2024, 5:46 am

[quote="CEVRAM"][quote="BrianGriffinFan"][quote="CEVRAM"][quote="BrianGriffinFan"][quote="CEVRAM"]I wonder if that's because those are human associated activities, and they get Simba acting in ways which closely resemble human like mannerisms, making him more relatable and interesting at the same time because naturally, lions aren't supposed to engage in such behaviors. He certainly looks more "anthropomorphized" during these scenes.[/quote]

I know, and I really love seeing him like that. And that’s mainly why I also really like the idea of Mufasa occasionally doing these activities, both cause I think he would look great doing them and to show they’re not “bad” if done in moderation. And it wouldn’t really be completely unbelievable, since similar to Timon with Simba, Mufasa has a two-legged friend with Rafiki. Heck, two, since he also has Zazu.[/quote]

I particularly enjoyed the scene where Simba and Timon held the snail eating contest. They made him far more "humanized" in it than how he's usually portrayed like throughout the franchise, unlike Scar or Zira, who were regularly depicted showing a significant degree of anthropomorphism when on screen.[/quote]

Not quite sure what you mean by that, or how it’s a direct response to my post you quoted :?[/quote]

Well, we were talking about Simba engaging in unusual activities for a lion and acting in a human like manner. In the scene I've mentioned, he did just that.[/quote]


No, he DIDN’T. You were messing with me, weren’t you? I was asking what the heck you meant and you said “he did just that” without explaining at all! Because he wasn’t.

I’m sorry, I just take these things personally. And it’s been a bit of a bad night.
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