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African Cats

(2011)
G In Theaters 04/22/2011 , 89min.
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Viewer Score
88%
Viewer score based on 111 ratings
61%
Critic score based on 19 reviews

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November 11, 2011
elibkny
Just awesome! Cinematography is breathtaking & the stories are awe-inspiring!! I just loved it
September 13, 2011
kiplove2
Outstanding, I just love to see how the way mother nature works. Especailly on the Great lands of Arica!!!!!!!
May 21, 2011
blyssd1
I Loved the movie and so did my 7 yr old daughter. Cinematography was beautiful and the story very real! my daughter was sorry about the cubs and the hiennas but I loved the realism. More movies like this should be made. I'd like to see something on my favorite animal......the tiger.
May 09, 2011
mildredlamela
most awsone
May 05, 2011
kostacheks
TRULY AWESOME!!! The scenes are breathtaking, we were sooo impressed! This is a must see for families! I have 3 children and they all enjoyed it! It is done very tasteful, keeps you involved but not to much information! Truly great piece, look forward to seeing it again in the near future!

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Washington Post
Ultimately, this is a universal story about how these wild mothers, like their human counterparts, sacrifice again and again - all to make sure their children are happy, healthy and well fed. Full Review
Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
May be Disney's most pointedly feminist effort since "Mulan." Full Review
Carrie Rickey
Philadelphia Inquirer
Though African Cats is G-rated, scenes of animals chowing down on other animals are not for the faint of heart or delicate of stomach. I don't think it's suitable for those under 6, and they should be prepared for real animal behavior. But it's deeply involving and primally moving. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
This is Disneynature's third and best release, after 2009's "Earth" and 2010's "Oceans." With its compelling narrative of survival, it will probably be the one that most enthralls audiences. Full Review
Gary Goldstein
Los Angeles Times
Despite its family-friendly trappings, "Cats" is largely serious stuff; deliberately paced, thematically dark and often wistfully told, with enough moments of survival-oriented tension and dread to question its G rating. Full Review

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