Africa: The Serengeti
release year:1994 genre:IMAX documentary viewing setting:home DVD, 1/31/99 what I expected:a nature show what I got:a nature show
synopsis:Life on Africa's Serengeti plain is tough, as we see while listening to James Earl Jones narrate.
impressions:Well-done. The camera work is flawless, and they really did a good job of capturing the wild animals in their natural environment. I was also impressed by the sheer wilderness of this wilderness - one of the last such places on the planet. If anything, the film was too short - I wanted to see more!
acting:n/a, but James Earl Jones does a great job of narrating the action.
the good:good animal attack and feeding scenes
final word:entertaining nature show
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