Director(s): Bradley Raymond
Available Quality: Hi Def
Country: USA, Australia
Available Quality: DivX, Hi Def, iPod, Hi Def, Hi Def
IMDB Rating: 6.5 out of 10 (8869 votes)
Imagine a cross between Lion King, The (1994) and Back to the Future Part II (1989). This is a separate story thread, that of Timon and Pumbaa, intertwined with the original story. Thus, along with seeing new events (e.g. Timons departure from the meerkat colony, Timon and Pumbaas first meeting, the origin of Hakuna Matata), we get to see a new perspective on (and some previously unseen causes for) some of the events in the original film. Oh, and the whole thing is told in a Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1988) framework, with Timon and Pumbaa narrating and interacting with the onscreen movie.
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bnl771 (21 May 2013)
As far as Disney sequels go, The Lion King 1 Â½ is definitely aboveaverage.It works as often as it does (which is still only about equal to as muchasit doesn't work) mainly due to its simple premise. In true Mystery ScienceTheater 3000 fashion, we see Timon (voice by Nathan Lane) and Pumbaarewindthe tale of The Lion King to a point before the familiar story. Whatbeginsis the tale of Timon, a troubled meerkat. Timon is somewhat of an outcast,the member of the colony who can never seem to do anything right. The onlytwo allies he has in the troupe are his mother (Julie Kavner, TheSimpsons)and his Uncle Max (Jerry Stiller, Seinfeld). Concerned with safety and aneed to hide from the vicious hyenas, the meerkats must constantly dig andhide in order to survive. Timon, however, dreams of a world beyond thefear.After a cataclysmic mistake during lookout duty, Timon decides to leavehispast behind and journey to find a new home.As Timon sets out, he meets up with the existential primate Rafiki. In oneof the truly funny scenes, Rafiki tells Timon to `Look beyond what you cansee'. Unfortunately, Timon (not too bright) takes things a bit tooliterallyand begins actually looking for things that are farther away than what hecan see. This scene also provides the origins of Hakuna Matata; it is whatTimon is searching for and must find to finally be satisfied. It is onthisquest he meets the gaseous Pumbaa and a friendship is born.Timon and Pumbaa search for their Hakuna Matata and it is on this journeythat the movie works best. Their story is intertwined with the originalTheLion King tale and some of the results are hilarious. Familiar sequencesfrom the original classic are used from a different perspective and it islearned that Timon and Pumbaa were actually there all the time, doing morethan we had ever given them credit for. In fact, Timon and Pumbaa seem tobethe heroes of the story, a fact never touched upon in the original.When The Lion King 1 Â½ works, it is quite funny. Interjected with theMST3Ktype commentary and full of familiar scenes with new elements, there areparts of the story that are very clever. However, in a film that runs lessthan an hour and twenty minutes, you would expect little downtime.Unfortunately, the story is thin and when the quick comedy sketches pass,too much time is spent waiting for the humor to shine again.The animation, for the most part, is slightly better than most Disneysequels. It is a mixture of traditional animation and computer generatedelements. There is not the attention to detail and much fewerawe-inspiringsequences than in some of Disney's greater efforts of the past. Theoriginalcast is all here and they slip back into their characters with ease. Thenewcharacters are played well, though without much range (Timon's mom is aslightly less raspy Marge Simpson). The new musical numbers benefitedgreatly from the return of Elton John and Tim Rice and were actually quitefun.I hold little hope that Disney will be able to recreate the magic of someofits most brilliant classics. The Lion King is not only a outstandinganimated kid's film, but one of the best movies ever made. Sequels seem tobe inevitable these days with the studio and most of them are abysmal. TheLion King 1 Â½ is not a horrible movie. In fact, it is quite fun to watchonce. Kids will enjoy the constant low-brow humor and there is enough`winkwink' jokes for the adults that this is a fine family rental.
Spooky2001 (20 May 2013)
This is a great movie. It is cute, funny and fun to watch. If you likeTimon and Pumba you should watch this one. It even has the originalvoicesof Adult Simba, Timon, Pumba, Rifki, The Three Main Hyenas from The LionKing. Timon's mom is voiced by the same person who voiced Marge, Patty,Selma, and Marge's mother from The Simpsons!
Ryan (18 May 2013)
If The Lion King is a serious story about a young lion growing up toavenge his father's death, The Lion King 1 and a half is the totalopposite, full of whimsy and cheer. The Lion King told the story fromthe side of Simba the young lion, 1 and a half is from the view ofTimone and Pumbaa, a less than perfect duo made up of a meercat wholeft home because he could not dig tunnels without burying his friendsand neighbors and a warthog who has an odor issue. The movie is alittle short on substance, but Disney does a good job of filling timewith various sketches starring Timone and Pumbaa as they "watch" themovie with us. My favorite is the sing-along that happens halfwaythrough the movie, make sure you watch the bouncing bug! Disney hasadvertised 1 and a half as "the rest of the story," though it reallyisn't. It is just a different perspective of The Lion King, without allof the serious stuff that pervaded most of the second half of theoriginal Disney classic. Credit Nathan Lane as Timone and Ernie Sabellaas Pumbaa for their voice work, without their efforts, the movie maynot have worked. The sing, they entertain, and they make us laugh. Theyalso give us a reason to avoid a hot tub with a warthog.
mrmoo2001 (18 May 2013)
Finally, Timon and Pumbaa in their own film...'The Lion King 1 1/2: Hakuna Matata' is an irreverent new take on aclassic tale. Which classic tale, you ask? Why, 'The Lion King' ofcourse!Yep, if there's one thing that Disney is never short of, it'snarcissism.But that doesn't mean that this isn't a good film. It's basically theevents of 'The Lion King' as told from Timon and Pumbaa's perspective.And it's because of this that you'll have to know the story of 'TheLion King' by heart to see where they're coming from.Anyway, at one level I was watching this and thinking "Oh my god thisis so lame..." and on another level I was having a ball. Much of thehumour is predictable - I mean, when Pumbaa makes up two beds, a bigone for himself and a small one for Timon, within the first nanosecondwe all know that Timon is going to take the big one. But that doesn'tstop it from being hilarious, which, IMO, is 'Hakuna Matata' in anutshell. It's not what happens, it's how.And a note of warning: there are also some fart jokes. Seriously, didyou expect anything else in a film where Pumbaa takes centre stage? Butas fart jokes go, these are especially good, and should satisfy eventhe most particular connoisseur.The returning voice talent is great. I'm kinda surprised that some ofthe actors were willing to return, what with most of them only havingtwo or three lines (if they're lucky). Whoopi Goldberg is particularlywelcome.The music is also great. From 'Digga Tunnah' at the start to 'That'sall I need', an adaption of 'Warthog Rhapsody' (a song that was cutfrom 'The Lion King' and is frankly much improved in this incarnation),the music leaves me with nothing to complain about whatsoever.In the end, Timon and Pumbaa are awesome characters, and while it maybe argued that 'Hakuna Matata' is simply an excuse to see them invarious fun and assorted compromising situations then so be it. It'srare to find characters that you just want to spend time with.Am I starting to sound creepy?Either way, 'The Lion King 1 1/2' is great if you've seen 'The LionKing' far too many times. Especially if you are right now thinking"Don't be silly, there's no such thing as seeing 'The Lion King' toomany times!"
thrix (16 May 2013)
A dedicated fan to the TLK movies, with the first onebeing a milestone and the second probably the best sequel Disney has produced, along comes this film...Now I'm not arguing with animation, voice work, music,but this is no more than a Timon/Pumbaa screwloose inthe TLK atmosphere. Although it isn't bad, it doesn't add anything. Basically this movie is one big joke...and that's about all that saves it. Make a real TLK3,Disney! The potential is there.4/10
TheLittleSongbird (16 May 2013)
I am 18, and I absolutely adore the first Lion King film. It isgorgeously animated, has terrific music, likable characters and makesme laugh and cry, in short, like Beauty and the Beast and Snow Whiteand the Seven Dwarfs The Lion King is an animated masterpiece. Judgingby the fact that I liked Simbas's Pride, not loved, just liked, Iwatched The Lion King 1.5. It is not a bad sequel at all, like Simbas'sPride it is not as good as the original, but I think like the second itis one of the better sequels. It does have its problems, it is tooshort(then again this is a problem most of the sequels have), some ofthe story, the Lion King but in Timon and Pumbaa's perspective ispredictable but it is a great concept and there are a few parts such asthe ending that felt a tad rushed. However, it is vibrantly animated,the music is very good, there are some surprisingly funny jokes and thevoice acting is very well done. Overall, a fun, cute and entertaining,if inferior, sequel. 7/10 Bethany Cox
MyOwnWorld13 (07 May 2013)
Lion King 1 1/2 is a great idea! I love Timon and Pumbaa so I wanted toseeit right away.It's funny, interesting, and has some really niceparts.The whole thing is really Timon and Pumbaa watching the movie and as youwatch it it switchs back and forth from the actually movie and themwatchingit as siluettes(sp?). One of my favorite parts of this is when they decideto do a sing along with Hakuna Matata.The story starts out with an interesting idea. Timon lives with his fellowmeerkats who do nothing but dig. "Life's a tunnel we dig ittoo."Timon doesn't fit in in the digging team, or on sentrey(sp?) duty. Heleaveshis mom and uncle to find his place, bumping into no otherthan-yep, you got it.RAFFIKI! lol! Raffiki tells Timon to find Hakuna Matata by "Looking beyondwhat he sees." Timon sticks by that, and soon bumps into Pumbaa. They setout to "The Big Pointy Rock" (Pride Rock) to find a dream home. Thoughwhenthey get there, everyone else is there too, celebrating baby Simba'sbirth.Pumbaa tries to tell Timon to go around because he isn't good in crowds,buthe won't listen. Soon Pumbaa does his thing and you'll find out why allthose animals bowed to Simba lol!"It was a gas!" Timon described it.Timon and Pumbaa continue passed Pride Rock to try to find a dream home.Though their dream homes get interupted by scenes that you saw in thefirstfilm. These parts in the movies have to be some of the favorites. Though Iwish they made them a little bit longer, they were still really, reallyfunny.Timon gets a taste of Parenthood when they find Sumba, and you get towatchfunny clips of Timon's parenting days along with two cool songs, JungleBoogie and one of my favorites, The Lion Sleeps Tonight.when Nala comes along, Timon and Pumbaa try their hardest to not make themfeel the love tonight. They actually make it better, even thought they didhave that fight.Nala tries to get them to come help Simba defeat Scar, but Timon stays inhis dream home with his Hakuna Matata. But when he meets Raffiki again, herealizes his Hakuna Matata is with his friends. He races after Pumbaa andSimba to help them.After driving the Hyennas away with a hula dance, he meets up with his momand Uncle Max again. To help Simba by driving the hyennas away again,Timongets a plan with-dare we say it-tunnels. lol! When they need more time destracting the hyennas for theplanto actually work, you watch a funny scene where Timon makes a"preposal"(sp?)The plan works, after Timon dives down under the hyennas after it at firstdidn't work. The hyennas fall down the tunnel where they pop out the otherend and here Scar blame everything on them.Timon takes his family and the other Meerkats back to his old dream home,where they can live happily every after and have to dig no more tunnels.That's when everyone lives happily ever after.Don't forget to watch the very ending, which is realy, reallycool!Uncle Max is one of my new favorite characters. The Hyenasa are stilltherewith him, but they looked a little different in this movie. Banzi lookedwaydifferent I think when he says his line, "And I thought beans where theonlymusical food." But I still love them.Uncle Max was hilarious with his jerky, panicy, and angry personality. Youcan see a small change in him at the end of the movie, which is reallycool.The songs, oooh I love the new songs! I have the soundtrack and listen toitalmost everyday. I love the Lion Sleeps Tonight and the new Dig A Tunnehisa great, catchy song. i really like the new That's A I Need as well, sungby Nathan Lane.I love the actors in this movie. Timon and Pumbaa's voice are GREAT! Youcan't get any better than that! i was happy to realize that Nathan Lanewasin Win a Date With Tad Hamilton (didn't notice until he was yelling at Tadon the phone though lol!) and I was really surprised to realize that thevoice of Pumbaa is Mr. Petrachelli on That's So Raven!Well, this movie was not better than the first one, but for me, they'rebothalmost about the same. I recomend this to others, and I DON'T believe thiswill ruin the magic of the first one unless you force it or demand it toyourself.I'd give it a 8/10I love the ending, where all the meerkats sing about how Timon is thegreatest meerkat they've ever known. I also like the very ending, which iwon't spoil incase you haven't seen it. but it's a great and very cleverending.BUY IT NOW! lol!
moviefan69 (06 May 2013)
The Lion King series is easily the crowning achievement in Disney animation.The original Lion King is the greatest masterpiece in cel animation. LionKing II:Simba's Pride is the BY FAR the best direct-to-video sequel thatDisney, or any other studio, has made for an animated feature. It deserved atheatrical release. The same can be said for this movie. It has the originalcast, songs by Elton John, a hilarious story, exciting action, and touchingcharacter moments. Everything you've come to expect from this series. Not somuch a new story, but filler and extended background on Timon and Pumbaa,and their place in this story. What impressed me the most, was the caretaken in the animation. All to often, Disney shorts on the animation qualityof their video and television efforts. But here, they seamlessly blend newanimation with footage from the original film. The scenes never seem out ofplace. Nathan Lane and Ernie Sabella are in full swing as Timon and Pumbaa.Matthew Broderick, Robert Guillame, and Moira Kelly reprise their roles asSimba, Rafiki, and Nala, respectively. We even get a return visit by WhoopiGoldberg and Cheech Marin as the hyenas.There are MANY big laughs in thismovie. So if you love Lion King, you need this movie. The story is just notcomplete without it.
RingNutGurl (06 May 2013)
I loved this movie.....oh it was so cute ( from a 15 yr point of view ) Igrew up with the lion king, i was just entering school when it came toVHS.Spoilers......My fave scene is when Simba & Timon are haveing the snail-slerpingcontestwith the Good...the Bad & the Ugly song playing, too cute!
malkane316 (05 May 2013)
7 if you're a kid- 6 if you claim to be an adult. This semi-sequel tothe Lion King sees to spin off side characters Timone and Pumba,retelling the original story through their eyes, including the story ofhow they met. In the grand tradition of Disney, inferior sequels aremade, and occasionally TV series featuring the adventures of minorcharacters from their biggest hits. You can be as sceptical as you wantabout this, but kids and fans of the series will likely not care; theirare enough jokes and songs and interesting things to ensure that thisis one of the few above average sequels. This works because of thecharm of the much-loved central characters, the quick pace, thein-jokes involving the first film, and for older viewers there are somefunny gags. The animation is as good as ever, if a little lessflamboyant than the original, but the plot here is all about taking iteasy, Hakuna Matata.Timone and Pumba decide to watch the events of the first film,frequently stopping mid-film to joke about parts of it, like a realaudience. We see how Timone is a near outcast, he feels he does not fitin and decides to go looking beyond what he sees to find his idealhome. On the way he meets Pumba, another outcast and they becomefriends. Soon they meet Simba, a Lion cub, natural predator of T and P,but they form a trio. However, when Simba realises he must follow hisown destiny and leave the group, it is up to the others to decidewhether to help or not, and how. Of course the usual Disney elementsand themes are here, friendship, good versus evil etc. The plot issimple but works on many levels, making it smarter than your averageanimated movie. As the CG movies appear, Disney's traditional form mustbecome smarter, but not forget the roots which made them popular. ToyStory and all that have come since have been clever, with jokes to suitall ages, and it seems this is the way the market is shifting. However,there will always be a place for films like this, and you cannot gowrong buying this for the youngsters.7 out of 10
TheGame2k2 (04 May 2013)
I have to be honest, i was expecting a failure so bad, because itreally did sound like they were trying to milk the original movie toget money. But that wasn't the case with this pretty funny (sometimesodd) movie. I loved how they told the story of Timon and Pumba, thestory with Simba and him having trouble sleeping was funny. The jacuzzibubble, and when Pumba leaves, the bubbles stop. It's all harmless fun,good for kids and some adults. I think this movie will last for a whilebecause it is rather good for a straight to Video and DVD movie. Whilethe movie does seem a little odd and kind of trails off toward the end,it works. 8 out of 10
Nolan Price (03 May 2013)
One of the best movies for all ages. You will never be able to look atLIONKING again without thinking of the extra history this movieadds.Nearly 40 years old, I watched this with my wife and two sons after worktonight & I have not laughed & enjoyed a movie so much in a long time.Take time out and watch this with the kids. It will remind you of howDisneyused to be when you were a young one.
renato_gandamaluko (23 April 2013)
The firsts Lion King was great, a masterpiece, an animation classic.The second was, for me, a car crash with a lot of victims and bloodwhen it comes to animation.But this one is the funniest of them all. It tells the same story asthe Lion King, but from Timon's and Pumba's point of view, which ishilarious. We can now see how the two legends met, and their adventuresbefore meeting Simba.It's not as good as the first, it's not a great movie, but it'sentertainer, funny and original. If you love Timon and Pumba, you'regonna LOVE this movie. See it.
Mightyzebra (22 April 2013)
In this film we have the fabulous opportunity to see what happened toTimon and Pumbaa in the film when they are not shown - which is a lot!This film even goes back to before Simba and (presumbably) just afterthe birth of Kiara. Quite true to the first film, "Lion King 1/2 (or Lion King 3 in otherplaces)" is a funny, entertaining, exciting and surprising film (orsequel if that's what you want to call it). A bundle of surprises andhilarity await for you!While Timon and Pumbaa are watching a film at the cinema (with a remotecontrol), Timon and Pumbaa have an argument of what point of "The LionKing" they are going to start watching, as Timon wants to go to thepart when he and Pumbaa come in and Pumbaa wants to go back to thebeginning. They have a very fair compromise of watching the film oftheir own story, which is what awaits... It starts with Timon's firsthome...For anyone with a good sense of humour who liked the first films ofjust about any age, enjoy "Lion King 1/2"! :-)
SnakesOnAnAfricanPlain (21 April 2013)
Well they tried something different, but it will probably fail toimpress fans of The Lion King. Placing Timon and Pumbaa into earlierevents and adding plot points later, just tarnishes the original andeven contradicts it. It just seemed like a lot of, sometimes inventive,excuses to make a few cheap jokes. At least they managed to get backthe majority of the original voice cast, but to imagine Pumbaa's fartcaused the bowing at the beginning of the original is actually kind ofannoying. By the end it is obvious that the makers were favoringparody, but these two work best as co-stars, and comic relief, ratherthan the heroes of the movie.
hanhnguyen88 (21 April 2013)
It wasn't as good as I expected. Still I like it better than Lion King2, partially because of the refreshing way to tell the stories. Ididn't expect plot out of this, but still I thought it would be morehilarious. Some of the scenes weren't as funny as they were meant tobe. Things I like the most out of the movie are clever ways to show theinvolvement of Timon and Pumba in the story even before they met Simbawithout interfering with the old plot. It well explains the first one,as I was wondering why Timon and Pumba just appeared in themiddle-of-nowhere. However, the parts about Timon and Pumba aren'tbalanced. It's mostly about Timon, and then their journey together. I'dlike more details about Pumba's stories. Worth watching if you're a fanof Lion King (like me). Otherwise you may be disappointed a little,depends on how much you love Disney.
Relaets (15 April 2013)
This is a straight-to-video movie, so it should go without saying thatit's not going to rival the first Lion King, but that said, this wasdownright good.My kids loved this, but that's a given, they love anything that's acartoon. The big shock was that *I* liked it too, it was laugh out loudfunny at some parts (even the fart jokes*), had lots of rather creativetie-ins with the first movie, and even some jokes that you had to beolder to understand (but without being risquÃ© like in Shrek ["do youthink he's compensating for something?"]).A special note on the fart jokes, I was surprised to find that none ofthe jokes were just toilet noises (in fact there were almost nonoises/imagery at all, the references were actually rather subtle),they actually had a setup/punchline/etc, and were almost in good taste.I'd like my kids to think that there's more to humor than going to thebathroom, and this movie is fine in those regards.Hmm what else? The music was so-so, not nearly as creative as in thefirst or second movie, but plenty of fun for the kids. No painfullycorny moments, which was a blessing for me. A little action but nothingtoo scary (the Secret of NIMH gave my kids nightmares, not sure a Grating was appropriate for that one...)All in all I'd say this is a great movie for kids of any age, onethat's 100% safe to let them watch (I try not to be overly sensitivebut I've had to jump up and turn off the TV during a few movies thatwere less kid-appropriate than expected) - but you're safe to leave theroom during this one. I'd say stick around anyway though, you mightfind that you enjoy it too :)
disdressed12 (14 April 2013)
this Disney animated feature isn't really a Lion King movie.it'sbasically the story of Timon(the Meerkat)and Pumba(the Warthog)and howthey first met.it eventually shows the some of the events from theoriginal Lion King from their point of view.it obviously condenses theevents a lot,and their are actually only a few moments from The LionKing here.i thought it was an OK movie,but i found it a bit slow and ithought some scenes went on too long.the song are not as memorable.atleast i didn't think so.at least the same voice actors were used as inthe original.this movie is fairly short,about 70 minutes,not includingend credits.as an aside,this movie was produced after Lion King II:Simba's Pride.all in all this is an entertaining movie,but it doesn'thave the same impact of the original Lion King.for me,The Lion King 1.5is a 6/10
lottielamb6 (11 April 2013)
Disney have done it again. Brilliant the way Timone and Pumbaa arebrought back to life yet again to tell us how they came to meet andhelp Simba when he needed them. I love this film and watch it over andover again. It shows how Timone lived with his family and fellowmeerkats before setting off to find his dream home and adventure. Thenhe meets Pumbaa and things do change. Together, they search for thehome Timon wants and repeatedly fail, which is funny as Timone getsmore and more crazy. Then Simba turns up and we see more of hischildhood than we did in the previous 2 films. The rest, you alreadyknow.
Electrified_Voltage (11 April 2013)
I learned about this film early in 2004 when I saw a trailer for it onthe "Finding Nemo" DVD. That was before I rediscovered "The Lion King",so I didn't have much interest in seeing it at the time. Four yearslater, I have finally seen it. Even though I wasn't too impressed with"The Lion King II: Simba's Pride" overall, I still gave this one achance. However, both of the LK sequels (though "The Lion King 1Â½"isn't exactly a sequel) weren't that much different for me. I think themain difference I found was that this one is slightly inferior.In this film, the main characters are Timon and Pumbaa, instead ofSimba. Basically, the movie tells the original story at their point ofview, starting before Simba. The story begins with Timon's unhappy lifein a meerkat colony. The story then moves on to the young meerkatleaving his colony, learning about "Hakuna Matata", and meeting Pumbaa,a lonely warthog, for the first time. After this, it shows their livestogether, and eventually, of course, their adventures with Simba. Allof these things tell viewers parts of the story they've never knownbefore.Timon and Pumbaa are responsible for a lot of the humour in theoriginal "Lion King", but as I stated in my review of "The Lion KingII: Simba's Pride", they're not they're not as consistent in thatsequel. As the main characters in "The Lion King 1Â½", they'reoccasionally funny, like they are in the second film, but have notreturned to full comic form. There's some surprising toilet humour (nota lot of it, but coming from a Disney animated film, it's still a bitsurprising), usually involving Pumbaa and his farts, and I'm not surewhether this works or not. The part where the water hole stops bubblingas soon as Pumbaa gets out sort of left me with mixed feelings. If youask me, the idea of this film, telling the original story at the pointof view of other characters, was unnecessary, and I know I'm not alone.I'll admit, while watching it, stopping wouldn't have felt right, as Iwas curious to see what would happen. However, it's certainly notsomething I would want to watch again.I know not to expect sequels to be as good or better than theirpredecessors, as they sometimes are, but not usually. However, I havealso learned that Disney's straight-to-video sequels (or ones thataren't really sequels, but still straight-to-video films that follow atheatrical film and use the same characters and setting, like thisone), are usually if not always FAR inferior to their theatricalpredecessors, and aren't usually too highly entertaining. My favouriteof the ones I've seen is "Aladdin and the King of Thieves", but eventhat one didn't blow me away. Like I said, "The Lion King 1Â½" is betterthan "Belle's Magical World" (it definitely has less problems, Icertainly can't complain too much about the animation here), but itdoes seem to lack quite a bit of what made the original "Lion King" soexcellent.
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