|Welcome to Strangers Like Me, a Disney's Tarzan fanclub!|
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Just a few rules to deal with, then on to the fun!
To become a member just click on the join our group button on the top of the page. Once a member please devwatch the club and post a link to the club either in you signiture or in your journal.
**Just watching the club will not give you member status, you must click join if you wish to submit work.**
To submit a piece of work just click on the contribute art button at the top of the page.
Submission must have something to do with Disney's Tarzan
Please keep it clean; no extreme violence, nudity, coarse language, or other adult content. This is a community and we must be courteous to one another.
Submission must be your own work. No official images (ie; screencaps, colouring pages, etc). No tracing. Photomanips will be accepted, but please be sure you submit them to the photomanip folder.
If you wish to submit work of other DA artists, please be sure that you are submitting it to the groups favourites.
Thanks for reading, and have a wonderful time in the jungle!
Film Review #37 TarzanTarzan (1999)Film Review #37 Tarzan by Galistar07water
I remember seeing this film in theater and how amazing it was. Little did I knew that it would be the last great film of the Disney Renaissance era. Looking back, Tarzan is still as breath-taking and a wonderful film to enjoy as ever. Perhaps because the core of its myth based on a book still speaks to us today. On top, it's an adventure film in the African jungle world where there is a separate world for man and beasts but at the same time, there is a blend where we can all learn to live with nature and respect it. Underneath, the beauty of this film is not just the animation and the use of the Deep Canvas painting, but the interactions between the characters as if they had seen each other for the first time! The moment when a female gorilla interact with a human infant and bonded with it and the moment when the ape man tried to discover more about these mysterious humans are substances that speaks to us: they a
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