Review of African Cats

Review of African Cats

Genre: Family/Adventure/Nature
Rating: G
for general audiences
Reviewer: Kent Tentschert
“DisneyNature African Cats” brings the African savanna to life in stunning detail as we follow Mara, a lion cub who strives to grow up with her mother’s strength, spirit and wisdom. Sita, a cheetah who is a single mother of five newborns. And Fang, a proud leader of the pride who must protect his family from a rival lion clan.

Filmed over two and a half years using state-of-the-art camera equipment, this gorgeous series explodes on the screen with both heart-stopping adventures and heart-warming stories. Reminiscent of “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom” this educational and wildly entertaining film will “wow” families, creating an instantly memorable experience.

Bonus Features:

DVD:

• Disney & Nature – Viewers get a deeper look into the conservation efforts around the world being sponsored by the Walt Disney Company.

• Save The Savanna – A comprehensive look at Disney’s “See African Cats, Save The Savanna” program and its impact on the region.

Blu-ray:

Everything on the DVD, plus . . .

• Filmmaker Annotations – This interactive in-movie feature is a viewing mode with 12 different segments that allow consumers to watch behind-the-scenes footage of the production process and hear stories from the filmmakers and conservationists who spent several years making the film.

• Jordin Sparks “The World I Knew” Music Video

Movie Download:

Everything on the DVD, plus . . .

• Introduction to Masai Mara – a segment from the filmmakers Annotations Blu-ray feature

• Filming The Cats – a segment from the Filmmakers Annotations Blu-ray feature

• Sophie’s Elephants – a segment from the Filmmakers Annotations Blu-ray feature

Read more: http://www.websterkirkwoodtimes.com/Elist-1970.113117-11317.114137-DisneyNature-African-Cats.html#ixzz1ZknPaxgC

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