Africa: The Serengeti

New review from The Movie Snob

Africa: The Serengeti (B). I’m back in Little Rock, and my mom and I saw this IMAX movie at the theater out by the airport. It seemed vaguely familiar, so I may have seen and reviewed it before. But it’s an interesting look at the million-plus wildebeasts that migrate up and down eastern Africa every year, along with various zebras and antelope, and the predators that prey on them. James Earl Jones (The Sandlot) narrates. And because the movie was made in 1994(!) it is blessedly free of dire warnings about global warning. A brief mention of poachers is about the only shot the movie takes at homo sapiens.


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