Over the last 10 years, the movie industry has achieved a very difficult task, namely the translation of superheroes to the big screen. There is almost no one who doesn't knows Batman, Superman, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor and many more. But what they all have in common is that as superheroes they fight for humanity and we are used to see them as protectors. What if, instead, the superheroes thought only of themselves and didn't care about ordinary people? That's exactly the story in one of DC's darker comics, The Boys, which recently received an adaptation from Amazon. In the following paragraphs, I will look at exactly that moral dilemma.
The latest Disney remake landed in theaters. The Lion King is one of the most iconic animations of all time. I am sure there is no child from the 90's who has not watched it with its parents. That's why this remake is reviewed under a magnifying glass. So, after watching it, I will express my opinion on the subject in the following lines.