Disney Nature Earth

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An epic story of adventure, starring some of the most magnificent and courageous creatures alive, awaits you in EARTH. Disneynature brings you a remarkable story of three animal families on a journey across our planet — polar bears, elephants and humpback whales. Filmed with spectacular clarity and beauty, EARTH is both majestic and intimate as it captures rare footage of nature’s wildest and most elusive animals. From the landmark Disneynature collection, EARTH is… More >>

Disney Nature Earth

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  1. Are you ready to follow an enchanted adventure with 3 animal families!? Are YOU and YOUR kids ready to follow the ultimate adventure in the wild!?! Then strap right in partner for Walt Disney’s “Earth”, Yes “Earth”! The most amazing movie about nature ever made!!! Are you ready to gasp in disbelief at the beautiful scenery of wildlife? Are YOU and YOUR kids ready to engulf all the splender and enchantment of the wild?! Then come right in, have a seat and watch Disney’s “Earth!” Critics are aghast!! Rave for 5 stars!!! You and YOUR family can follow in the footsteps of animals and see what it’s like to be REAL live animals! Wow!! Grr! Wow real life animals! So if you and YOUR family are ready, step right up to watch Disney’s “Earth”! A groundbreaking achievement!!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. This is a total rip off. This is just Planet Earth packaged by Disney, only it’s worse. There is gay commentary to with it by Simba’s dad.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. As a lifetime educator, a docent for one of the nation’s premier wildlife centers and a great fan of the BBC’s nature documentaries, I reacted to this film with absolute disgust.

    Building on third-party footage, with a narrative script and soundtrack suited for a species well below the amoeba, this film revels in its predator-prey kill scenes (which it depicts in ultra slo-mo) and zips through scenes of natural beauty with predictable time-lapse photography. In short, it is an egregious mess.

    Perhaps the most offensive attribute of this film is the way in which it characterizes predators. It reinforces ignorant, negative biases against wolves, depicts leopards and lions as villains — and seems to revel in the bleakest aspects of survival.

    But isn’t it bleak out there? Sure. But too many struggles borne by too many creatures — both predator and prey — have been caused or complicated by humans — about whom we hear little here. Disney Company is careful to avoid the term “global warming” because it might alienate conservatives. It dotes on violence because a large segment of the American audience loves it.

    If you and your kids are bright, I suggest buying one of David Attenborough’s superb documentaries of the natural world on BBC Video. That way, you’ll experience a more educated view of some remaining natural resources and wildlife on this planet.

    I award two stars for two reasons: for the creatures this film depicts and for some of its cinematography. Other than that, I am ashamed to have tolerated as much of this film as I did.

    PS. Do not take young children to see this. Some of the slo-mo killing scenes are literally unbearable. The predator-prey relationship is part of nature, but the glorification of pain we see in this film is not.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. First off, my wife and I have been quite clear with our kids about where our food comes from. They understand that we eat animals. They also understand that animals eat each other. With that said, this movie horrified my kids. My eight year old son loves elephants. He was delighted when the movie began with an elephant family only to become increasingly distressed. When the baby elephant was mauled to death, he asked me very calmly to turn off the T.V. I looked over at him and he was pale faced with shock. I turned the movie off and held him on my lap. He didn’t cry but it obviously traumatized him. It was like renting a G rated family movie and at the end getting to watch a seriel killer butcher a child.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. This is nothing but a cut up part of another documentary with a made up story that you would not know is made up unless you watch the making of “Earth”. I would like to know ahead of time the movie has an agenda such as global warming. The photography is good, the stories are lies to fit a pre-concieved storyboard.

    It should have been promoted as fiction.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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