If there’s a movie that says that Disney ought to stop adapting classic animation films into live-action, it’s got to be Lady and the Tramp. The basics of the film mostly remain the same until the film botches the ending. I’ll have more on the ending in the moment. A quick refresher: Jim Dear (Thomas Mann) gives Darling (Kiersey Clemon) a cocker spaniel named Lady (Tessa Thompson). One day, Lady meets Tramp (Justin Theroux) and…"Lady and the Tramp in Live-Action is A Miss"
The 1955 animated classic, Lady and the Tramp, has become only the sixth film to join the Walt Disney Signature Collection. There were only a handful of animated classics to be released by Walt Disney in the 1950s but Lady and the Tramp is, without a doubt, the best love story released by Disney in the 1950s. First released in June 1955, the film would later be released in 1962, 1972, 1980, and 1986. Based on Happy…"Lady and the Tramp: Walt Disney Signature Collection"