The Lion King 3D Synopsis
Young Simba, son of Mufasa, must fight his wicked Uncle Scar to be king after his father is killed.

Movie Reviews

A fantastic flashback

By RubyRed238
The last time I saw the whole Lion King movie was when I originally saw it in theaters in 1994 when I was 4 years old. 17 years later, sitting in the theater, I was transported back to my childhood....

Still great after so many years!

By rick4464
Disney did an incredible job with the 3D on this movie. I loved this movie when it originally came out because of the animation and storyline. Hollywood is now lacking in originality and have not...

By keny_08
...

By Aloha_Movie_Gal
...

The Lion King 3D review

By Kitt-Kitt
Best 3D conversion ever!...

The Lion King 3D

By ireland1215
My first time ever seeing The Lion King, glad I saw it in 3D made it much more appealing to me. This was my seven year olds choice for a movie there were some parts that she found scarey since it was...

Lion King 3D

By tychulski
Had a GREAT time seeing this movie at the theater. We own the DVD but my son didn't see it on the BIG SCREEN. The scenery in 3D was outstanding!!!!!!!!! and who can give a better review than a...

Breathtaking

By Juvi
Storywise, I already knew what to expect from this movie. I just wanted to go and feel the way I did when I first watched it as a child. But nostalgia aside, I was still surprised by how much I...

See Lion King 3D!

By Hippiemere
I tiik my 4 year old grandson to see Lion King 3D. I originally saw the movie in 1994 with my then 6 year old son (he's 23 now!). We all loved it...but the 3D really enhanced the visual...

Still Singing Along

By chonkeemonkeefilms
I hadn't seen The Lion King in years and I honestly had forgotten about all it's beauty and the wonderful message it portrays. I own the VHS and over the years the color has faded and it skips quite...

More Info

Rated G
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 6+ Musical king-of-the-beasts blockbuster is powerful, scary.
Read the Common Sense Media Review
EDUCATIONAL VALUE
POSITIVE MESSAGES
POSITIVE ROLE MODELS
VIOLENCE & SCARINESS
CONSUMERISM