African Cats

African Cats

African Cats captures the real-life love, humor and determination of the majestic kings of the savanna. The story features Mara, an endearing lion cub who strives to grow up with her mother’s strength, spirit and wisdom; Sita, a fearless cheetah and single mother of five mischievous newborns; and Fang, a proud leader of the pride who must defend his family from a once banished lion.

Filmed over two-and-a-half years in the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, the nature documentary centers on two cat families and how they teach their cubs the ways of the wild. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Peter P (ru) wrote: I think this is one of the best movies of the year, I was waiting to see it in the theater but it came and went very fast and was not in most major theaters, so I had to wait, but it was well worth searching for. Everything about it is done great, acting, script, action, drama, and moral tone, all great. Chiwetel Ejiofor is quickly becoming one of my favorite actors and he really pulls off the character of Mike Terry and how he lives the fighters life. Some might find this movie to be a little slow, but I personally think it was just right, a must see for Mamet fans.

(de) wrote: Cast: Timothy Hutton, Mira Sorvino, Dana Delany, Mario Van Peebles, India Ennenga, Laila Robins, Stockard Channing, Joan Jett, Chris Sarandon Director: Brooks Branch Summary: In 1979, architect Gabriel (Timothy Hutton) begins questioning his existence, avoiding work and escaping into the fictional world of movies. When he starts writing a play examining the choices he's made, it creates issues with his wife (Dana Delany), daughter (India Ennenga) and friends. Meanwhile, he tries to convince a brassy literary agent (Stockard Channing) to represent him and confides in his best friend (Mira Sorvino) in this indie drama. My Thoughts: "Well it literally starts out with him having everything. A wife, child, and a good job. But then it all falls apart, and then all comes back together again but in a different way then it began. It's definitely a character driven movie. The characters are relatable. India Ennenga, who plays the daughter is really good in this. But Timothy Hutton is the scene stealer and the main character throughout. He was really good in this movie. I also liked Mira Sorvino in this a lot. Her character was just fun and honest. It has a lot of great characters. I don't think this is a movie a lot of people will care for. Some will get the brilliance of it, and others will, well not get it. But it did the job for me. It was funny, interesting, and relatable. The most out there scene is with the dancing tampons (have to see the movie to understand that last line). So to end this, the acting was good and so was the story line. It's not a blockbuster by any means, but its a good story with a sense of deep meaning."

Mario A (mx) wrote: Not the whole concert! Loses a whole star for that very reason.

Jim F (jp) wrote: Boring action detective movie full of super slow mo's dodging bullets, shooting , diving, just like the video game actually. Glad they made sure of giving everyone of his arsenal some screentime. There's mr. Shotgun, Mr. machine gun, and good old reliable mr. Pistol. My favorite was Mr. Sountrack and Natasha ,, what a gorgeous babe

Atheer O (jp) wrote: Without knowing anything about the series, this is mediocre at its best.

Traci F (es) wrote: To say I hated it would be an understatement.

Jeff B (ru) wrote: Any cred it started to build on fell apart at the end.

Evan H (ag) wrote: this movie was a real let-down. The italian was a real homophobic prick and doesn't really get fully "over" it! I mean he hates musicals, he hates gays. I dunno this movie wasn't that good. It had only a few, I mean only a few...I mean barely a few funny scenes!!

Martin D (mx) wrote: Hillariys moive..john cleese is awesomeJohn Cleese's knack for mining hilarity from the growing frustration of a dignified gentleman is fully exploited in the British comedy Clockwise. Cleese portrays Brian Stimpson, a perfectionist English headmaster who has been selected to make an important presentation before a group of his peers. When Stimpson sets out upon his journey, however, he finds himself facing a seemingly never-ending series of delays and inconveniences, which range from missing a train to becoming a fugitive from the police. The film goes no deeper than its farcical surface, but is nevertheless consistently entertaining, thanks to former Monty Python member Cleese's precisely tuned transitions from composure to complete collapse.

Steve M (es) wrote: Very masterfully shot and well made. The love story isn't one of the best but still an excellent film.

Ashley S (us) wrote: Just was not the best movie, the plot was slow moving and the actors were awkward.

Brad S (gb) wrote: - Watched yet again with my niece. Such a brilliant film and very easy to re-watch. At under 90mins, it goes by very quickly.- So easy to re-watch this film. Was a joy watching with my 5yr old niece and seeing her face light-up for the dancing dinner roll scene. She was even engaged during the not comedic bits of Chaplin trying to get the girl, and was on edge of her seat for the scene where house is on edge of cliff. A true masterpiece that literally can be enjoyed by anyone, and it's 90yrs old!- Just watched the 1942 version again which is shorter and has narration by Chaplin, as well as a new score. Such a wonderful film, this should be mandatory viewing for all. Highly recommended!- Such a classic film that anyone can enjoy and features some great Chaplin bits such as him eating his shoe and doing the dancing rolls.Watched the 1942 re-release version which is shorter, but I think the it plays at a faster speed, not sure if there's any other difference.Check it out!