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Limited edition version of Disney's classic animated tale, "The Jungle Book".
Disney's 1967 animated feature seems even more entertaining now than it did upon first release, with a hall-of-fame vocal performance by Phil Harris as Baloo, the genial bear friend of feral child Mowgli. Based on fiction by Rudyard Kipling, the film goes its own way as Disney animation will, but the strong characters and smart casting (George Sanders as the villainous tiger, Shere Khan) make it one of the studio's stronger feature-length cartoons. Songs include "The Bare Necessities" and "Trust in Me." --Tom Keogh
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A few points of interest:
*Some of the storyline does change from the original, so it is fresh in that way.
*There are preludes to the introduction of some of the characters we love, and there is a bit of suspense awaiting them.
*I found the score to be fascinating. This film was synonymous with certain songs; of those, only one was fully reminiscent of its predecessor. The others were either reworked some, or served as background orchestral/theatrical numbers. All were recognizable though, and I thought they were just beautifully done. Even with new scenery, nostalgia rings strong in undertones. Fantastic.
*One of my favorite scenes is when the baby elephant is first shown. The subtle slow shot was a small touch that left a big impact.
*Special affects were on point.
*Kaa's infamous hypnotizing was tweaked in a significant way for this plot line.
*The bees DO sting. The bees always sting. Lol.
Just wonderful. My kids loved it, too! A perfect family movie night!
I was recently very sick. While I was in the hospital and completely out of it, my six year old grandson brought me his Bagheera stuffed animal and put it in my bed so I wouldn't get lonely. My cup runneth over.
Disney, you make wonderful movies but the old ones are still the best!
10-2-17 2nd viewing went very well. Waited a long time and forgot most of it. So beautiful.
hysterical & tear-wrenching at the same time, a movie you can really fall in love with, and characters presented in the best light! Even the tiger had a reason to be as mean as he was. who wouldn't be? personally, would have liked to see him go after the entire village, instead of picking on a defenseless runt that has no say in it. but then he wouldn't have made that iconic villain! the eyes for the tiger and the expression was just amazing; it gave him a true magic about him, as well as the panther.
The wolves actually looked like real wolves; where perhaps the ear posture and lips wasn't perfect in terms of wolf behavior, it was almost spot-on for when a wolf is defensive. at one point in the movie, the wolves looked more unsure and scared and worried, when they were actually supposed to be matching a fiercely growling and a snarling scene. but if you don't know "wolf Language" then you wouldn't have known this. WAY more accurate than twilight, OR beauty & the beat remake. Best wolves yet! and this is coming from somebody who has studied a bit of wolf behavior. keep up the good work humans!
some of my favorite quotes and moments were where..."leaf...leaf!...that's mine...Rock!...that's mine....rock...rock...that's mine...rock...that's mine..."
and the "i has ears that has ears...." one
and who can forget that priceless little moment of when the wolf pup that only forgets the word "wolf" in the pledge. that would have totally been me!!!!