Delhi Safari Reviews
so all in all: whatever. "Delhi Safari" did have its moments and the characters were decent (most of them), but it's just a predictable and derivative movie, with poor execution, mostly out-dated animation and a confused pace. like i said, it's not awful and it's not great. it's just a big meh.
picked to watch. Movie started off with a standard musical song from
Suddenly, a mature tree flies through the air as though King Kong
hurled it. Forest shakes with terrifying animal sounds. Then a
menacing mechanical digger with 2 digging arms chases and thrashes at
them. It drives the terrified aminal family into a gully. The mother & child cheetah flee separately in an extended terrifying chase scene.
Father Cheetah desperately throws baby cheetah to safety when mother and baby are surrounded my many monster de-foresters (?).
Inexplicably a rifle appears, is loaded. Father leaps and is shot in
chest/neck/between eyes (?) by killer. I think that was 10 minutes in.
That is when we turned it off. Netflix really deliver some horrifying
fare for children and adults from around the world. That is why they
cannot be trusted. It's a real shame.