Disney released the Will Smith version of Prince Ali from the live action Aladdin and the public isn’t being kind to it. Maybe it’s not too late to just shit can this whole movie and just re-release the animated version.
— IGN (@IGN) May 14, 2019
They released the live action Prince Ali from Aladdin. I had low expectations but I didn't expect to get all teary eyed and spend it missing Robin Williams so much. This just reminds me of what an astounding talent Robin was. I think they should have made this a rap song instead. https://t.co/ObPKGBvfFQ
— Lis (@Ameligatha) May 14, 2019
how could they make prince ali so BORING
it’s one of the best musical numbers in any disney movie https://t.co/jOXgb0ETBX
— gavin (@belovedearly) May 14, 2019
I like Will Smith, and have fond childhood memories of Aladdin, but this just doesn't work. https://t.co/osBrcjc1lQ
— Sister Outrider (@ClaireShrugged) May 14, 2019
Why…why is the new version of Prince Ali so slow. What is with Jasmine's friend. Have they awkwardly auto-tuned Will Smith?
I have so many questions, and all of them will be answered when I drag a friend with me to see Aladdin. https://t.co/QtWwz9KkCw
— Ben M-J Feral Vector (@V_Ben) May 14, 2019
Look you can do totally animated choreography where anything you can imagine can happen with total freedom
Or you can do actual choreography like in the Broadway show where what's exciting is real dancers performing live
This CGI-heavy live action is the worst of both worlds https://t.co/29P8BnKPhi
— Arthur Chu (@arthur_affect) May 14, 2019
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