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Lady and the Tramp (2019)

Lady and the Tramp (2019)


Starring the voices of
Tessa Thompson
Justin Theroux
Sam Elliott
Ashley Jensen

Directed by Charlie Bean

Well well, the new Lady and the Tramp live-action is not that bad. As a matter of fact this Disney's fifteenth live-action remake of either their classic animation or a character from that era is much better than their last four also released this year which were Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, The Lion King, Aladdin and Dumbo.
You will love the movie's setting and the characters are just well played into the role. There were changes made in this live-action which just played so well into the movie’s narrative. You will love the movie’s setting and when the Siamese cats showed up at Lady’s home, their song which was different from that of the animation, but it was still cool.

Lady and the Tramp is a live-action adaptation of Walt Disney’s 1955 animated film of the same name and it is the first Disney remake to not receive a theatrical release. It was instead launched with the release of their streaming service Disney+. I really enjoyed the way the changed the script to make the romantic story more romantic and lovely.

The plot is so very similar to that of 1955 and it starts with Jim Dear (Thomas Mann) getting his beloved wife Darling (Kiersey Clemons) a gift, which was Lady, a little pup. Lady (a Cocker Spaniel is voiced by Tessa Thompson) grew to love Darling and enjoyed their walks together. At one period Lady notices that Darling was no longer giving her the attention she used to get, even Jim Dear seems to be lost in his own world and sometimes scared.
She went to look for her friend which was a dog from the next compound. As she was talking from one side of the fence to her friend she did not notice she was actually talking to the tramp (a Schnauzer-mutt voiced by Justin Theroux).

The tramp happened to be hiding at that garden from the dog catcher. He heard her narration of how Darling's stomach is getting bigger and the lack of attention she was getting. After she discovers through a hole in the fence that she was not talking to a friend but a stranger Lady want to raise an alarm. The tramp had to convince her that he could help explain her problem as long as she doesn't bark to give away where he was hiding. He tells her that a new baby is coming to the home and she will no longer be the center of attention in the home any more.
From here on out, we see how Lady tries to navigate the birth of the new child in the home and soon she and the Tramp found themselves facing a wonderful adventure.

I loved the animation and believe this movie does justice to it, it is worth seeing.


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