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'The Lion King' remake is a game-changer for the movie business, but its stunning visual effects are also its biggest weakness

Business Insider Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
'The Lion King' remake is a game-changer for the movie business, but its stunning visual effects are also its biggest weakness· "The Lion King" remake is a game-changing technological feat, as it was made entirely through photo realistic computer-generated animation, but that might also be its biggest flaw.
· Director Jon Favreau ("The Jungle Book") was so dedicated to making the animals look real that their lack of expressions makes you feel less...
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