Africa: The Serengeti
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Often described as the Dark Continent, Africa has held our imaginations far longer than the racecar or the airplane. There is an abundance of wildlife on the African continent, but no place is more wild or diverse than the Serengeti. With the potential to, at any given moment, capture a lioness tending to her cubs, a cheetah chasing after dinner, and a gazelle gracefully leaping from the water as it escapes the jaws of a crocodile, it is no wonder producers have continued to send crews to this great plane. This particular film takes things a step further. Originally formatted for IMAX… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 100%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"fascinating and exciting"
‑ Rich Cline, Shadows on the Wall
"The film is ... an impossibly lucky safari delivered with a soft touch of science and philosophy."
‑ Herb Lash, Big Movie Zone
"I've enjoyed three safaris myself. Of course, a theater will never give you the actual experience of the Serengeti and film can never replace vision, but the images here are abundant with high quality animal life and rich with animal emotion."
‑ Ross Anthony, Hollywood Report Card
"While Africa is completely absorbing, it's best viewed as a primer to the subject matter. With its 40-minute run time, viewers are able to grasp only a surface understanding of the material."
‑ Forrest Hartman, Reno Gazette-Journal
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