Africa: The Serengeti (1994)

Africa: The Serengeti (1994)

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In a land where archaeologists have traced human life back two million years and where the indigenous Masai people tend cattle and maintain their unique customs we are taken on an incredible journey into the wild Serengeti plains. Witness here a scene rarely seen by humans - The Great Migration. Follow more than two million wildebeests, zebras and antelope as they travel over 500 miles across the Serengeti. Filmed on location in Kenya and Tanzania, Africa: The Serengeti brings you spectacular vistas and dynamic aerials and features Africa's greatest predators - lions, crocodiles and cheetahs - in deadly pursuit of their migrating prey.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Documentary , Special Interest
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Studio:
Houston Museum of Natural Scie

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Cast

James Earl Jones
as Narrator

Critic Reviews for Africa: The Serengeti

All Critics (5)

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Full Review… | April 17, 2002
L.A. Weekly
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August 6, 2008
Sacramento News & Review

fascinating and exciting

June 5, 2006
Shadows on the Wall

I've enjoyed three safaris myself. Of course, a theater will never give you the actual experience of the Serengeti and film can never replace vision, but the images here are abundant with high quality animal life and rich with animal emotion.

Full Review… | October 27, 2002
Hollywood Report Card

While Africa is completely absorbing, it's best viewed as a primer to the subject matter. With its 40-minute run time, viewers are able to grasp only a surface understanding of the material.

October 4, 2002
Reno Gazette-Journal

The film is ... an impossibly lucky safari delivered with a soft touch of science and philosophy.

Full Review… | October 2, 2002
Big Movie Zone

Audience Reviews for Africa: The Serengeti

Beautiful imagery and of James Earl Jones is a great narrator (of course), but I thought they overused the fish eye lens. I thought it was distracting from the natural beauty of the landscape.

Natalie Metzger
Natalie Metzger

It shows the hardship and loss of nature without depressing you. The music was powerful and emotional. James Earl Jones' voice is calming as well as commanding. I like it.

Tamrah Cook
Tamrah Cook

At barely 40 minutes long, with commercials, it feels like an episode of Nature on PBS, or something similar on National Geographic. It is excellent in its cinematography and narration, if it was twice, or even three times as long it would be twice, or even three times as better!

Morpheus One
Morpheus One

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