The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride is a 1998 American direct-to-video film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures.
Kiara is the daughter of Simba and her pride. Another lion named Zira, who is related to Scar claims revenge after Scar's death has plans to take over the Prides
Why It's Better Than Belle's Magical World
- Very pure and well-detailed Disney animation.
- There are tons of references to the first film and a flashback of when Mufasa died is shown.
- We hear the voice of Mufasa congratulating Simba for being a good father.
- Detailed and specially capable characters are in the film.
- It would later spawn a prequel that had Timon and Pumbaa explain the history of Simba before the events of the first Lion King.
- This film was in some ways inspired by the musical Broadway adaptation of the first film that has been popular for many years.
- Although the film is lighthearted, it also has moments that are dark.
- The fight between Simba and Zira was epic.
- The film has humor that actually works on almost every level.
- How Kovu belongs to the Pride Lands.
- Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert gave the film a positive review.
- Kiara is cute when she is an infant.