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30th Nov '16 6:02:42 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* DidintSeeThatComing: Zira clearly did not expect Kovu to turn on the Outsiders, and evidently did not have a Plan B in the event her plot didn't work.

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* DidintSeeThatComing: DidntSeeThatComing: Zira clearly did not expect Kovu to turn on the Outsiders, and evidently did not have a Plan B in the event her plot didn't work.
30th Nov '16 5:57:58 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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** Despite it was done to avoid unfortunate incestual implications, the idea of Kovu hand-chosen without being his blood by the self-centred Scar requires quite a stretch of imagination.

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** Despite the fact that it was done to avoid unfortunate [[KissingCousins incestual implications, implications,]] the idea of Kovu hand-chosen without being his blood by the self-centred Scar requires quite a stretch of imagination.
29th Oct '16 12:49:34 PM hopeshalllive
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* ArtisticLicenseSpeed: When Simba pulls his StealthHiBye on Kovu, it is very unrealistic not only because its an animal doing this, but because of the nature of the thing. Kovu is on a piece of high ground, and even if he had his eye off Simba for a second, Simba still should have been visible. Simba is clearly not running, and lions are known to spend considerable amount of time drinking water, so Simba still should have been drinking at the lake. He is also walking and not running, so he should have been moving slowly and still should have been visible. There was also no area for Simba to inmediatly cover himself like grass, so even if he was partly concealed, Kovu still should have been able to see him. Furthermore, he should have been able to hear Kiara. This and the reaction on his face when she suprises him, hints that Simba may not have been real in this particular scene.
27th Oct '16 9:59:42 PM Dimentia44
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** Nuka. Rare variation in that it's his mother's approval, not his father's, that he longs for.

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** Nuka. Rare variation in that it's his mother's approval, not his father's, that he longs for. [[spoiler:The effort of getting Zira's attention is what ends up killing him. There is even a deleted scene where he uses his dying breath to point that fact out to her directly]].
27th Oct '16 9:43:42 PM Dimentia44
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** Even more so in the deleted extended version where [[spoiler:Nuka actually asks with his last breath if Zira is finally proud of him.]]

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** Even more so in the deleted extended version where [[spoiler:Nuka actually asks with bitterly points out that he was only able to get his last breath if Zira is finally proud of him.mother's attention in death.]]
27th Oct '16 9:37:40 PM Dimentia44
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* CharacterTic: Kiara tends to breathe loudly and rapidly whenever she's excited about something, both as a cub and as an adult.

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* CharacterTic: Kiara tends to breathe loudly and rapidly whenever she's excited about something, both as a cub and as an adult. It's even somewhat plot relevant in that it's (according to Kovu) one of the major reasons that she can't sneak up on prey.
24th Oct '16 2:09:37 PM MagBas
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Due to the presence of ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard'' having Kiara as a cub and suddenly gaining a brother, this movie is effectively either a CanonDiscontinuity or an AlternateContinuity altogether.
24th Oct '16 1:41:32 PM triassicranger
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Due to the presence of ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard'' having Kiara as a cub and suddenly gaining a brother, this movie is effectively either a CanonDiscontinuity or an AlternateUniverse altogether.

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Due to the presence of ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard'' having Kiara as a cub and suddenly gaining a brother, this movie is effectively either a CanonDiscontinuity or an AlternateUniverse AlternateContinuity altogether.
24th Oct '16 6:04:38 AM hopeshalllive
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* ArtisticLicenseSpeed: When Simba pulls his StealthHiBye on Kovu, it is very unrealistic not only because its an animal doing this, but because of the nature of the thing. Kovu is on a piece of high ground, and even if he had his eye off Simba for a second, Simba still should have been visible. Simba is clearly not running, and lions are known to spend considerable amount of time drinking water, so Simba still should have been drinking at the lake. He is also walking and not running, so he should have been moving slowly and still should have been visible. There was also no area for Simba to inmediatly cover himself like grass, so even if he was partly concealed, Kovu still should have been able to see him. Furthermore, he should have been able to hear Kiara. This and the reaction on his face when he suprises her, hints that Simba may not have been real in this particular scene.

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* ArtisticLicenseSpeed: When Simba pulls his StealthHiBye on Kovu, it is very unrealistic not only because its an animal doing this, but because of the nature of the thing. Kovu is on a piece of high ground, and even if he had his eye off Simba for a second, Simba still should have been visible. Simba is clearly not running, and lions are known to spend considerable amount of time drinking water, so Simba still should have been drinking at the lake. He is also walking and not running, so he should have been moving slowly and still should have been visible. There was also no area for Simba to inmediatly cover himself like grass, so even if he was partly concealed, Kovu still should have been able to see him. Furthermore, he should have been able to hear Kiara. This and the reaction on his face when he she suprises her, him, hints that Simba may not have been real in this particular scene.
23rd Oct '16 6:18:39 PM hopeshalllive
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* ArtisticLicenseSpeed: When Simba pulls his StealthHiBye on Kovu, it is very unrealistic not only because its an animal doing this, but because of the nature of the thing. Kovu is on a piece of high ground, and even if he had his eye off Simba for a second, Simba still should have been visible. Simba is clearly not running, and lions are known to spend considerable amount of time drinking water, so Simba still should have been drinking at the lake. He is also walking and not running, so he should have been moving slowly and still should have been visible. There was also no area for Simba to inmediatly cover himself like grass, so even if he was partly concealed, Kovu still should have been able to see him. Furthermore, he should have been able to hear Kiara. This and the reaction on his face when he suprises her, hints that Simba may not have been real in this particular scene.
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