Hi guys, I had seen the film and the German musical on Youtube. I was very fortunate to have the Original 1996 Animated Feature soundtrack and here is my comparison on both film and the stage version!
The Animated Feature Version
Okay, considering that the film was tone down for Family Friendly because it's Disney. Several things like Claude Frollo was changed into a judge rather than a priest, he was misguided prompting him to go mad! Pheobus wouldn't have kill Esmeralda and he's not engage to another girl name Fleur-De-Lys, I really like his character a lot! Finally, the música was enchanting,...
So, a while hace I wrote this articulo on my parte superior, arriba ten favorito! and least favorito! disney characters (in comments) and, as always, felt this needed an update, since a lot has changed in my lists. My hate and amor has grown for some of these characters, some have just made it on my list.
My opinion has changed undoubtably, and I have decided to rewrite this articulo to fit my new opinions!
As always lets start with my least favoritos out of the way, so I can get tu pissed off, and get it over. Oh, and I don't want to see any bullying over my opinion. Okay? Okay.
Hi guys, I had watch both versions of this timeless classic and here are my review, opinions and comparisons on both films.
Both films are faithful towards the original story por J.M. Barrie, the 2003 version has scenes especially with the Darling brothers. The part where they chanted 'I do believe in Fairies!' is really catchy, and I wish that it was part of the 1953 version too! The only difference is that at the end, the Darling parents adopted the lost Boys in the 2003 version. It was also sad that Wendy never saw Peter ever again! (2003 Version)
These kind of artículos are kinda passeé, but there's never anything wrong to do them once in a while. I'm excited for Moana, the songs, the characters sound so charming, and it feels like a genuine classic disney film of the 90s, very similar to Aladdin, which would make me happy.
So without further ado, here are my favorites.
10- Alice in Wonderland- It's so original, and I feel it's the only Alice in Wonderland adaptation that isn't a borefest. I think the captured of the book well, and it really helps how they showed the story in a más "visual" sense, while the book obviously relied more...