Nature filmmakers Keith Scholey and Alastair Fothergill team to co-direct this documentary released as part of Walt Disney Studios' Disneynature banner and following three mothers -- a lioness, a leopard, and a cheetah -- as they prowl the plains of Africa on a mission to protect their cubs and teach them the ways of the world. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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This is a very enjoyable film. The cinematography, music and scenery are all wonderful. Samuel L. Jackson is a good choice the narrator and the "story" is actually a bit intense in some areas. If you are taking small children, there are the normal "circle of life" scenes with animals killing animals, but it is not over the top.
This was stunningly shot, as most of these NatGeo types are. I am an animal lover and was very exicted to see this and should have known better. This one is somewhat brutal, but that is just reflective of life on the African plain. So, my shortage of stars reflects only my own inability to deal with the brutality of reality - it doesn't reflect so much on the quality, which is outstanding.