‘The Lion King’ Turns 20

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‘The Lion King’ Turns 20

This week marks the 20th anniversary of the theatrical release of The Lion King, Disney's classic musical adventure film, which remains one of the most popular animated movies of all time. What do you think?

  • “Twenty years and there hasn't even been a reboot yet? What a piece of shit.”

    Kendall Warsinger Brochure Editor
  • “My daughter used to have the biggest crush on Simba, until I explained he was just a series of still images manipulated to create the illusion of motion.”

    Brian Raad Unemployed
  • “It's incredible what Disney is capable of when it has a Japanese animated feature it can rip off.”

    David Scrabis Fireworks Tester


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