Africa: The Serengeti

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Studio: Razor Digital Ent Release Date: 11/13/2007Amazon.com
This spectacular IMAX documentary has been meticulously transferred to provide one of the most stunning DVDs available, with image quality so vivid that it seems almost three-dimensional. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that the images themselves are amazing, consisting of some of the finest nature cinematography you’re ever likely to see, following a year of seasonal change in the “circle of life” o… More >>

Africa: The Serengeti

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5 Comments
  1. This is not anything to get excited about. Just a run of the mill disk.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. This was a great video if you believe in the Circle of Life. I watched it 3 times in one sitting because I wanted to see more. And each time I watched it, I noticed more detail and heard more facts! Should be viewed w/ low lighting in the room and you’ll feel like you’re on the Serengeti with James Earl Jones!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. This is not a comment on video quality nor producer’s skill. Just a warning. Often folks buy animal stories – and now videos – for young kids. Indeed, one great naturalist recently bemoaned that in a test of identification, most young children cannot identify real animals – only the cartoons. This kind of video would seem like a natural remedy.

    But somehow the psyche of the producer is fixed on the ‘cycle of life’ (translation: one animal ripping another animal’s throat out). We have to make a distinction between real educational value (How much land does a carnivore require? What is the ecology mix here? What weather or land qualities are at play?) vs. an animal snuff movie.

    I am not sure this video has made that leap of insight.

    Not for tots.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. The is why you buy blu-ray disk and Plasma TV. The images are off the charts if you are into nature and nature shows this is a must for your collections. AWESOME!!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. I watch many blu-ray disks and documentary, must admit this one was probably the third best documentary in blu-ray beside planet earth and Galapagos. Is kinda short, but boy it has some of the best scene; especially at the end. Will really make your remember that scene 4ever. The video transfer is great, consider 14 years old. Audio is not HD or 5.1 but has so many language. No extra as usual for most documentary. This is must rent probably worth buy since is pretty cheap.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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