Lion King (Friday, 15 Feb 2013) Reply
Number 4: Make a lion sit on top of a pointy cliff in front of hordes of other animals
It's not for kids (Friday, 15 Feb 2013)
It is just a republican fantasy... Circle of life bullshit!
Skallagrim (Sunday, 17 Feb 2013)
Lion King is just a (somewhat simplified) copy of Osamu Tezuka`s "Kimba the white lion" from about 20 years earlier. Google them and see for yourself how Disney outright copied main characters, most of the storyline, whole important scenes with the very same camera angles etc., and of course without any credit to Tezuka, who died just a few years before the Lion King was made.
@skallagrim (Friday, 19 Apr 2013)
Lion King is actually Disney's adaptation of Hamlet
ME (Friday, 15 Feb 2013) Reply
Asian peace sign? It was the victory sign in Britain in the Second World War.
What's asian (Friday, 15 Feb 2013) Reply
about those peace signs?
ogoboso (Friday, 15 Feb 2013) Reply
"Peace" is this gesture with your palm toward the other person.
"Victory" is this gesture with your palm toward yourself.
"F*** you" is this gesture with your palm toward yourself combined with an upward motion in Italy
Gravdigr (Friday, 15 Feb 2013)
Sounds confusing...Let's just switch to The Shocker.
Pixar (Saturday, 16 Feb 2013) Reply
First, note that these are all CGI movies. No comparisons to live action or (non-computer) animated movies. Next, I have to point out the last block. They're all making "The Dreamworks Face." The ones who aren't Dreamworks are making an imitation of it. (visit link)
Rick Santorum (Sunday, 17 Feb 2013) Reply
Peace sign. Nobody noticed that all six of those are the second installment in their respective franchises?
V (Sunday, 17 Feb 2013) Reply
Victory could be either way, but palm out was more usual, as palm in also meant '**** you'