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Wow! This is an impressive documentary, beautifully filmed, and shows off the blu ray format. Be warned, though, those with sensitive children may not enjoy some of the brutality of nature.
Some exceptional filming of wild life, but for my family, far too long sequences of animals being chased and killed by other animals. One would have been plenty.
Instead that excessive time could... Read more have been spent on showing some of the incredible insect life which is equally part of the Earth. This whole section was totally ignored.
The laboured Global Warming message was a bit much as well.
Great DVD. The photography was apsolutely amazing. It certainly makes you thhink more about the global warming. What a crime it is to let it come to the state that we may be in danger of loosing those... Read more beautiful creatures that rely on it so much.
A beautifully filmed, very important film that highlights the dangers faced by large mammals on earth and sea with climate change.
Can't agree with those who complain of excessive killing. Can remember only two cases of pursuit, with the camera cutting away almost as soon as the prey was caught. Some great photography, especially... Read more when following a herd of elephants seeking water in the Okavango Delta and sharing a small waterhole on the way with a pride of nervous lions.
Fantastic photography of scenery and footage of events. The making of the movie is a must see too.
No hold barred doco. I felt squeamish but my kids were less sensitive. A great view. Would recommend for over 7 year olds.
Brilliant docco! some of the best HD shots I have ever seen. This is a must see.
As has already been said it was visually stunning, bit I too found the music intrusive at points and felt it was a bit of a highlights package of previous docos.
I was also a bit geographically... Read more confused as the water cycle section went from thirsty elephants in Africa, to cranes in the Himalayas, and then shots of Angel Falls in Venezuela and back to the now flooded Okavango Delta as if it was the same water??
For my mind the 'Making of' film was equally interesting but ultimately I found it pretty depressing as Mr & Mrs Polar Bear's days are certainly numbered.
amust for all school children to view,very well done