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Saturday, April 23, 2011

African Cats Movie
It is the time to enjoy a documentary series on nature. African Cats is a nature documentary film directed by Keith Scholey and Alastair Fothergill. African Cats movie is recognized as the “true life adventure”.

You will watch real-life footage in the movie. It is based on a young lion cub named Mara. He is raised by her mother – Layla. She was the mother of a cheetah named Sita.

Mara follows her mother Layla's footsteps. In the process of life, Layla suffers a serious injury from a fight with other animals.

You will experience a rival group of lines headed by a lion named Kali. African Cats movie releases on 22nd April, 2011. The film is produced by Alix Tidmarsh and Keith Scholey. It is narrated by Samuel L. Jackson.

African Cats is an epic true story set against the backdrop of one of the wildest places on Earth – “African Cats”. It captures the real life, love, humor and determination of the majestic kings of the Savanna.

African Cats movie is familiar to both – wildlife lovers and kids. Wildlife lovers can enjoy watching the best scenes in this movie. They can learn many things about wildlife. It captures the best aspects of wildlife.

There is much enjoyment for the kids also. They can watch their favorite animals in a new avatar. Background scenes, characters and sound effects of the film are much appreciating. It is being recognized as the best nature documentary film.

Recently, we watched Rio movie. It was a superb movie. Everyone appreciated it for its uniqueness. Now, there is another movie based on animals – African Cats. It has been reviewed as the best nature movie by many news and media. I appreciate it for its unique theme and the best background scenes.

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