With talking animals and a leading man that moves like a surfer through the trees and vines of the jungle, Tarzan strains the realms of the plausible. Putting all that aside, the error in the movie is with the declaration of Jane and her father that leading figures in English society such as Queen Victoria, Charles Darwin and Rudyard Kipling will want to meet him. All three of these individuals were alive during the suggested timeline of the movie, but when Darwin died in 1882, Kipling was only a young man of 17 writing for newspapers in India and nearly a decade away from publishing "The Jungle Book" meaning he would have hardly been famous enough to warrant an introduction to Tarzan considering his young age.
Well, we've taken a highly focused and critical view of Disney movies in this article. But lets face it... we all love Disney for their ability to spark our imagination and challenge us to dream. However they choose to do this, whether it includes a loose interpretation of physics, history or timetables, their stories masterfully introduce us to a world of fun and fantasy and make our reality just a little more magical! Keep up the good work Disney!
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