The Lion King
The Lion King to me was a very big part of my childhood. I would sit at my grandmas and watch those movies all day, and the Lion King was my favorite. The main topic I like about the movie is how Simba wonders off for many years’ struggles then comes back like a boss. That’s kind of like my life, in ways that are similar, I and Simba are alike. I came to college and wheni go back home I want to do something that is valuable and I believe that me living here on my own will do just that. Mufasa was more than just a hero to Simba he was my hero. Like him I lost my parent also. Me and Simba have a lot in common, more than I like to admit. Everything that happened to SImba pretty much happened in my life also. Growing up watching these movies gave me a lot of inspiration, most of the movies like The Lion King all have a life lesson in them. Not giving up was what I learned the most and to be honest I use it in pretty much my everyday life. I use it when times get hard, when I am discouraged, or even when bad things happen. The movie taught me a lot even though I know it’s a movie it still has a meaning to me. The Lion King inspired me and will inspire many more people throughout time and it always will. The message it sends out is more than just a movie to me, and I am sure I am not the only one who thinks that. I like the way the movie says so many things that can relate to people. Things like “You have forgotten who you are and so have forgotten me. Look inside yourself, Simba. You are more than what you have become. You must take your place in the Circle of Life.” Simba saw Mufasa in the stars as he did he realized what he said and made the decision to go get pride rock back from his evil Uncle Scar and all his pets. There are many things that are to be learned depending on the way you look at the movie. The way I saw the movie was that I needed to do everything in my power to not give up on life to keep going.
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