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Bambi is a 1942 American animated film produced by Walt Disney and based on the book Bambi, A Life in the Woods by Austrian author Felix Salten. The film was released by RKO Radio Pictures on August 13, 1942, and it is the fifth film in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series.
In the middle of a forest, a baby deer has been born. This deer is Bambi. The movie follows Bambi through his life in the forest.
This movie has some of the best animation I have ever seen. Even though this movie is almost 70 years old, it still looks great. Even when compared to some of Disney's more recent films, this movie could come out on top. The color of the movie changes when the mood of the characters changes. When the characters get angry, the color changes to a darker version of the surroundings. When the characters are in love, the surroundings become white, which gives the feeling that they are walking on air.
-Voice Acting and Dialogue- 9.8/10
The voice acting for this movie is great. The viewer will always feel how the characters feel because of how well down the voice acting is. The only reason that this part of the movie didn't get a perfect 10/10 is because some of the dialogue doesn't seem necessary. For example, when Bambi is an adult, he goes to see Mr. Owl. Mr. Owl explains to Bambi and his friends that the creatures are acting weird because they are "twitterpaited", or in love. After his explanation, Bambi and his friends go for a walk and they fall in love anyway, which makes the scene of Mr. Owl's explanation completely useless.
This movie is great. There is no reason why anyone should not see this movie. Even if you don't like animated movies, you should still watch this with your family because this is one of, if not the best family movies ever made.