You don't say.
I think the real question is, why choose an angle that doesn't work with the highlights of the source materialI don't think that is the reason. In that sequence you had marching Hyena's by the hundreds in Nazi style. And I don't think that they could do this in this movie because they have gone for the realistic angle. So how would they do that sequence in this movie.It just would not work.
Exactly. That would be a thing of beauty. In my opinion they're wasting these studios by not trusting them with their well known franchises. Certain things like Cinderella or tarzan work with with the live action treatment, but something like dumbo should've been done in the style of tangled or zootopia.
You know, I like the original, but I've met plenty of movie buffs who aren't high on the 1994 film, and it has nothing to do with hot takes. I know my opinion of the story has declined since it came out and I'm mostly a fan due to the soundtrack and look.
I remember people were harping on Andy Serkis' Mowgli for the animals having cartoony/human like faces, but now we see why they were designed that way. Serkis is pretty much a master of the craft so he knows what works and what doesn't.
You know what shit they should have dawn of the apes this movie so hard, that shit had emotions, great facial animations etc. Coild have given Serkis a hell of a payday because he prob could have mo capped everything and be every damn character in the movie as well minus female leads
Holy shit lmao. I'm usually not down on Disney remakes at all and have liked pretty much all of them. But Jesus christ, Simba has no emotion in that clip, which makes sense because real life lions don't have a lot of facial expressions. They should have gone less realistic and more like Detective Pikachu.
That reminds me I still need to watch that Jungle Book version. I'm intrigued by the way they did the animal faces but just haven't had a chance to check it out.It seemed clear the approach that the movie would be going for after Jungle Book so I just can't understand the criticisms of the animals not being expressive enough or animated enough when usually those kinds of animations look even more out of place the more realistic it looks (see: Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle).
It's a stylistic choice that I can appreciate.
Perfect use of the gif lol.
I'd guess it might just stop them from doing other realistic cg animal movies.
It didn't help that there wasn't a live-action Kimba to crib from either