Africa: The Serengeti
You are taken to the Great Migration in East Africa, where wildebeests, zebras elephants, giraffes, lions and other predators participate in a year-long odyssey that follows life's great cycles - dry... View more >
Starring James Earl Jones
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Stunning! The cimemotography was trully breathtaking...and truly action packed. Narrated by James Earl Jones (who else could do it better?) this is a must see for anyone ready to experience a true wonder of nature. It'll make you want to pack your bags and hop on the next plane to Africa. This isn't a movie...it's an experience!
I could see this movie again and again on regular TV. The IMAX experience just adds to it. If you are the least interested in nature or science, this is a must see.
A wonderful spectical of technological and cinematic achievement. Should, however, be rated R for graphic violence. Small children were exposed to cruelty of nature at its most violent primitive level...survival of the strongest.
With this proper warning (R) given, one then can appreciate the beauty and musical choreography that followed the Wildebeast migration throughout the Serengeti....A must see for those fascinated by the "real" world and all it's marvels...
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