Badder is better.
Badder is better.
Reddit user OstrichMadeofClay has come up with a ridiculous but totally genius theory that involves Mufasa.
Shakespeare has been adapted in countless ways over the years, sometimes — as in the case of these films — rather subtly. Here are 15 movies inspired by some of the Bard’s greatest works.
From Lion King to Space Jam, how many of these classic (and not so classic) kids films did you see?
“Don’t you dare close your eyes.”
Because the animals are always the best part.
UPDATED: It just passed Toy Story 3 with $1.07 billion in worldwide grosses.
DeviantART user Tohad is back with a few more illustrations that just might destroy your childhood.
Why send out a regular old Valentine’s Day card, when you can send a card that perfectly exemplifies your inner baddie?
Was 1994 actually the best year for music ever? Probably, yeah.
OK, to be fair, these weren’t ever as great as Happy Meal Toys, but every once in a while they hit it out of the park.
Bibbidi-Bobbidi-la-di-da, la la. Or something like that.
But when adjusted for inflation, the 1994 hand-drawn classic bests the latest film from Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Just because someone tells you it’s a “Dinglehopper,” it doesn’t mean you should believe them.
Which one of these baddies’ signature song is your favorite?
They just turned the most devastating childhood memory into an adorable one.
Won’t lie: This quiz is disturbing.
Sharknado received a 91% on Rotten Tomatoes, so, um, yeah…
Quotes of wisdom from your favorite childhood movies.
Don’t even bother trying to beat it.
Killing your brother is just another Wednesday on the savannah. Seriously, no one cares.
Because being a dad has nothing to do with blood relations.
The dads have to step it up since the moms are always dead.
Warning: This post may cause existential crises.
Cuteness will only get you so far.
Disney never believed this now classic movie would be a success.
The gays love Disney, and with good reason — Disney’s animated films are rife with LGBT subtext, imagery, and themes.
Being bad never looked so good.