Island of Lemurs: Madagascar

Island of Lemurs: Madagascar

Island of Lemurs: Madagascar

Short, IMAX nature documentary narrated by the dulcet tones of Morgan Freeman. Takes audiences on to remote Madagascar and the habitat of lemurs. Lemurs arrived as castaways millions of years ago and evolved into hundreds of diverse species, but are now highly endangered. 

2014Rating: G39 minsCanada, USA, Madagascar
Documentary
Director:
David Douglas ('Born to Be Wild', 'Wolves')

Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

press

A pleasant if fairly pedestrian viewing experience, one that more or less gets the job done in terms of balancing the requisite ooh-ahh moments with another unsurprising reminder of man’s capacity for selfishness and destruction.

Total Film

Total Film

press

The gorgeous 3D certainly brings us nose to tail with these heavily anthropomorphised cuties, even if the actual wildlife lesson's a bit thin on the ground, owing to a very reduced running time.

3.0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A dazzling introduction, both immersive and sweeping, to one of the planet’s oldest primates (who knew?).

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

It may share a narrator with "March Of The Penguins" but this short documentary is happily more sturdily scientific.

3.0
Variety

Variety

press

A pleasant if fairly pedestrian viewing experience, one that more or less gets the job done in terms of balancing the requisite ooh-ahh moments with another unsurprising reminder of man’s capacity for selfishness and destruction.

Total Film

Total Film

press

The gorgeous 3D certainly brings us nose to tail with these heavily anthropomorphised cuties, even if the actual wildlife lesson's a bit thin on the ground, owing to a very reduced running time.

3.0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A dazzling introduction, both immersive and sweeping, to one of the planet’s oldest primates (who knew?).

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

It may share a narrator with "March Of The Penguins" but this short documentary is happily more sturdily scientific.

3.0

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