A GREAT MOVIE!
Kristen | South Carolina,USA | 06/26/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It is a wonderful movie for the whole family. Brooke Nevin who plays Angela was wonderful. It was sweet, yet it was action packed. I recomend this movie to everyone. There is not a person who won't like it."
A good movie about animal treatment.
Mr. Wynn | State of Confusion | 10/24/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Besides the dashingly handsome Gregory Harrison's great acting, the story moves quite well in this film. The cinematography is beautiful with scenes of the African desert and animals.Much action, some romance and lots of thrills in this film. Check it out!"
A very dull movie.
astreetwolf | Denmark | 08/25/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Gregory Harrison is Matt Robinson, a retired major and widower trying to bond with his kids so he takes them to Africa where poachers are killing elephants. His 14 year old daughter Angela acts like a snob and her little brother Nicky is just an average annoying little brother. Matt meets Rachel (lori Hallier) who works at the orphanage for animals and he takes a liking to her whilst Angela gets saved by an Englishman named Walton and she gets a crush on him God knows why. Then they find a wounded baby elephant and Angela bonds with it naming it Dandy, but there are still poachers around hunting for elephants. I only got this movie because I am a fan of Greg, but I must admit the kids casting was terrible except from Munyaradzi Kanaventi who plays Isaac the son of the ranger who works with Matt. Okay so it wasn't a love story, but if it was it would've have been worth watching. It's just a bunch of people walking around in Africa or flying in a helicopter. There are 2-3 action scenes, the last one was okay, but the others lasted a few seconds. You never get to understand the story of Matt and Rachel, all he gets at the end is little peck on the lips and that's it. So are they supposed to be in love or something? Recommended only if you're a BIG fan of one of the actors in this movie."