Enchanted Kingdom

An extraordinary, spell-binding journey through the realms of nature to discover that the natural world is stranger, more magical, more mystical than anything you could possibly imagine. You'll be propelled from enchanted forests to the edge of the underworld, from a paranormal planet into fantastical seas, from celestial mountains through mercurial waters, finally to experience the ultimate celebration of nature's magic, the greatest gathering of wildlife on Earth. You won't believe your eyes or ears as you meet amazing creatures and experience nature as it's never been seen before, eye-to-eye with the creatures, on an adventure where you will truly believe the real world is more extraordinary and awe-inspiring than any fiction.


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  • ★★★½ review by Roos Uyterlinde on Letterboxd

    Beautiful images but non informative which makes it kind of childish.

  • ★★★½ review by luddify on Letterboxd

    Bad: embarrassing narration and dreadful new age soundtrack (+Coldplay).

    Good: Good cinematography and some of the best 3D effects you'll see. 

    In the end really only worth it for the 3D. Don't bother otherwise.

  • ★★★★★ review by Gregory Wood on Letterboxd

    awesome nature doc soo beautiful 2 look at

  • ★★★★★ review by Greg Morris on Letterboxd

    3D. Unbelievable.

  • ★★★★★ review by The Markle on Letterboxd

    3D incredible. Actually the beginning credits to this movie are horrible, flat, not 3D at all, however, after rolling the credits the film jumps head first into a rich, deep world of 3D. Created by the British this film is filled with great, subtle humor. The music is rich and enhances the character of each animal. The cinematography takes advantage of all the modern technology from time-lapse photography to the use of drones. I really feel sorry that more people can't enjoy the world of 3D in their film experience. 3D scenes that lend a whole new view on the world are of ocean waves crashing to the shoreline, crocodiles hunting, personal animal family interaction, to a leaf falling. The transitions between scenes are well thought out and cleverly done. The music is great for the African setting, reminiscent of the sound track to The Lion King. An entertaining African educational adventure with a little something for the whole family.

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