Island Of Lemurs: Madagascar (2014)
Critic Consensus: Brief enough for the youngest viewers yet informative and visually spectacular enough for all ages, Island of Lemurs: Madagascar is educational entertainment for the whole family.
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It's the human element in Island of Lemurs: Madagascar that disappoints.
The animated lemurs make kids laugh in Madagascar, but the real-life ones in Island of Lemurs: Madagascar should enthrall and inspire even the youngest.
The film is an equally fun and sobering look at the lives of these animals, along with the evolving efforts to try and save this distant cousin of humans.
"Island of Lemurs: Madagascar" accomplishes a great deal in its 40-minute running time, entertaining and educating us while delivering a message about preservation that's clear without being heavy-handed.
Island of Lemurs: Madagascar is only 40 minutes long, so there isn't a ton of depth; the movie is a nice overview, at best. But it's a fun overview for the whole family - one that may inspire you to learn more.
Audience Reviews for Island Of Lemurs: Madagascar
I love documentaries. This one doesn't go far in teaching anything new or fascinating, but the scenery and the footage of the animals are beautiful. It's a quick watch, and definitely worth it.
A cool flick and reasonably educational. But there's no facts about lemurs in this one. But it films lemurs being raised. And seen in the wild. Overall grade: B-
This is such an informative and beautiful movie - it is both educational and charming. A must see for animal-lovers, and a terrific teaching tool for conservationists.
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