And you need to be careful. Bob Baxter served as the supervising animator for Pumbaa. The prof said that she was impressed by my stand and decided to poll the whole class and give us a choice. It drops Sarabi and Shenzi but it's quite a step up to have four featured female characters. When he and Simba are attacked, he could see or at least hear the Outsiders coming, yet he doesn't try to tell Simba to run or get in front of Simba to shield him. Would his dealing with future problems be more violent? Kiara follows, unaware that the stones are actually crocodiles.
The directors evidently thought this was just a bit too dark for a movie whose plot is driven mostly by Zira's obsession with revenge. Would he have killed her? Thanks for all of your research and persistence in helping us navigate through stormy waters. Kiara doesn't believe Kovu would do a thing like that. She excitedly jumps around and urges Kovu to start the lesson. According to co-director Darrell Rooney, the final draft gradually became a variation of Romeo and Juliet.
Given who Kovu is, it is highly likely that even if it hadn't been scripted, he proabably would have saved Kiara anyway. Kovu contemplates attacking Simba as he was instructed to, but he teaches Kiara how to hunt instead and eventually realizes his feelings for her. On the other hand, Simba not being particularly wise by any standard is a big part of the plot. After being accepted into Simba's pride, they're shown with the same build as the Pridelands' lionesses. He tells the lions that the birds are eating all the grubs.
There is even a deleted scene where he uses his dying breath to point that fact out to her directly. We are part of each other. It is also heavily implied that she knew Kovu might not go through with it even before the whole plan started. Forgetting the moving testimonial he'd received from his father's ghost, and , Simba refuses to trust Kovu or see him as anything but a reincarnation of Scar, all in the mistaken belief that this is what his father would do and therefore, would make Mufasa proud of him. We overwhelmingly voted to watch a G-rated movie instead! Still, the characters remain influenced by their feud. Simba: What are you two doing? Kiara pleads with Simba to listen him. Simba: Take him and get out.
Twice she disobeys Simba and runs away from home—yet she's never punished. She and Kovu race back, only to find their two prides fighting bitterly against each other. Kiara finds the idea Kion and Bunga protect The Pride Lands funny and asks if Simba knows about this to which Kion replies that Simba told him to assemble The Pride Lands best. As a parent struggling to let his daughter grow up, Simba must learn to trust Kiara and let her venture out on her own—mistakes and all. In separately intense scenes, Mufasa, Simba and Zira all fall off cliffs. Even more so in the deleted extended version where Nuka bitterly points out that he was only able to get his mother's attention in death. Following Kiara's encounter with Kovu and Zira in which she endangers herself, Simba explains how important she is to the pride and that the pride is one.
Realizing that her father broke his promise, Kiara runs away from the Pride Lands. At one point, Nala points out to Simba that Kiara's just like they were when they were cubs, and Simba explains that. Some+where floating in there is an intended message about how she doesn't need to worry about either losing herself or not being a good queen because and can appeal to her loved ones and even the Great Kings for help, but this is not at all obvious from the lyrics, and Kiara never picks up on it. According to Rooney, the final draft gradually became a variation of. Ian Harrowell served as the supervising animator for Nuka.
Then cuts back to her singing about how she loves and cares for Kovu, then cuts to how she wants to raise him into a killer. Kiara manages to hang onto a rock, but Zira struggles to hang onto the cliff face. After Kiara makes Simba aware that he won't be like Mufasa, he gets better though. By the end of the film he's learned to let go of the past and become King in his own right. Rafiki's song to Kiara and Kovu about love, friendship, and happiness. Whereas played the trope straight Scar and the hyenas are evil; everyone else is good , the sequel sets itself up the same way lions in the Pridelands are good; lions in the Outlands are bad , then subverts the trope see below.
Rafiki appears and indirectly tells Simba that Kovu saved his daughter's life. Unfortunately for them, Simba quickly realizes Kiara has ran off. Kovu doesn't understand what Kiara is doing. Well, it can't have been Mufasa, as any cub he sired would have been an adult by the second movie. Kiara as a young adult That night, Kiara and Kovu are gazing at the stars, trying to make pictures out of the arrangement of the stars. All three of our kids are dedicated to their walk with Christ but they still encounter challenges.