The Lion King

The Lion King
The Lion King




118 minutes


Animation, Family, Musicals



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In the Pride Lands of Africa, a group of lions rule over the animal kingdom, led by King Mufasa who teaches his young son Simba all about the circle of life. However, Mufasa’s younger brother, Scar, plots to overthrow the King – coveting the throne for himself – and works with his friends of the jungle to set a trap for Simba and his father. As Simba grows up, he must learn about bravery and responsibility if he is to become the King of the Jungle like his father, making friends and enemies along the way. This CGI remake of ‘The Lion King’ boasts fantastic visuals, features a diverse voice cast and contains brand new songs from Beyoncé and Elton John.

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Mild threat, violence.

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