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This is a nice documentary with some nice footage of wild animals. My only complaint is that they showed humans, that crashed it for me. They showed about 5 mins of africans in the serengeti and how they live, also they showed a tiny bit of visitors in hot air baloons. IMO, I would have rathered that they kept it only about the wild animals, we see humans each day and it's too terrible that they included some here. So without this, I would have given it a 10/10. But since there are humans, I give it 8/10. But a large two thumbs up to IMAZ, this is nice stuff!
"Africa: The Serengeti" is other 40-minute documentary by 4-time Oscar nominee George Casey and even if this one here was not in contention for an Academy Award, I still found it a cute nice watch. It is fairly hard to elaborate on such a diverse subject like the Serengeti in such a short film, but I trust Casey did a convincing job. He never goes too much into feature that it becomes uninteresting to audiences, but still teaches us a couple interesting facts. The narrator is James Earl Jones and he voiced this one fittingly the very same year he worked on "The Lion king", which is still his most known work over 20 years later. But this classic could not be the subject today. Lats talk a bit more about this nice documentary we have here. Buffaloes, lions and crocodiles all receive their fair amount if screen time in this one and occasionally, we also search out about the folks living there in deepest Africa, the so-called Maasai and also about the climate, vegetation and a couple another subjects. This documentary can be a nice watch to aspiring nature documentary makers, but also for those who just love the genre. Like myself. I highly suggest checking it out. Thumbs up for one of IMAX' finest.
The animals living in the wilds of Africa have an order, a schedule and a system of natural law by which that spend their whole lives. Deviate from them and you're dead. That is the central concept presented by 'Africa: The Serengeti' a spectacular and sometimes breathtaking IMAX detail created by George Casey who also directed the stunning 'Ring of Fire'.We learn that there is order in nature by which the lioness kills for meal then gives the carcass to the male. The male has his share then the lioness and the cubs, then the smaller predators on down to the vultures. This is a system and a method of life.Early on we meet the Wildebeests who will become the focal mission of Casey's film. They are cattle who seem to serve the primary functions of their own survival but from the film's mission of view they are also a major source of meal for lions if they aren't careful. In one tense moment we see a herd walking cautiously past a den of lions waiting in the bush for their moment of attack. That's just one of the many stunning moments that Casey was able to capture. There is a heartbreaking stage in which the wildebeest heard attempts to climb some slippery rocks to evade alligators. Some become too exhausted to carry on and will eventually become food.Sometimes we feel like interlopers especially in the mating scenes in which the male lion almost seems boorish, this followed by an extreme close-up of the two blissful lions sleeping in the sun. But it also offers some photos that aren't so simple to take like vultures picking the bones of a wildebeest to which narrator James Earl Jones offers 'In nature, nothing is wasted'. We receive a stomach-churning glimpse of the cheetah as it hunts down a wildebeest and rips it apart.To tell that the photography of 'Africa: The Serengeti' is breathtaking is an understatement but the central theme of the movie is that the order of the wild happens because out there it's survival of the fittest. Even the infants are at risk if they don't pull their weight.Because it is a documentary and subsequently a mirror of life we don't know what to predict. After having seen the wildebeests give birth we are said the if they don't receive up and walk then the heard will abandon them. Sure enough one had problem and the heard moves on. We fear for its life because we know that it can't possibly survive. In one surprisingly emotional moment the young cow springs to its feet and catches up with the family, the type of stirring moment that only true life can provide.*** (of four)
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