Born to Be Wild

Born to Be Wild

Born to Be Wild observes various orphaned jungle animals and their day-to-day behavioural interactions with the individuals who rescue them and raise them to adulthood. The film unfurls in two separate geographic spheres. Half of it takes place in the rain forests of Borneo, where celebrated primatologist Dr. Birute Galdikas assists baby orangutans; the other half takes place on the arid savannahs of Kenya, where zoologist Dame Daphne Sheldrick works with baby elephant calves.

This heartwarming film documents orphaned orangutans and elephants and the extraordinary people who rescue and raise them-saving endangered species one life at a time. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Born to Be Wild torrent reviews

Steven J (us) wrote: A good cast, great cinematography and good music can't elvate Broken City, whose story is both thin and dumb. It is still midly entertaining but nothing special.

Matt B (ag) wrote: Watchable western about the standard railroad land battle. Some ok action scenes but overall pretty average.

Jen M (kr) wrote: Stuart sequel has poor animation but just as good as the first two. Ages 4+

Anna B (gb) wrote: Defoe is great and Schrader is an expert but there is a certain lack of commitment and Kinnear is kind of a dope. It's pretty good though.

Reno V (br) wrote: "FOUR FRIENDS REUNITE AND MUST SURVIVE AN ALIEN INFESTATION" - 'Dreamcatcher' is a 2003 sci-fi horror film by Lawrence Kasdan (Silverado), based on the novel by horror writer Stephen King. In my opinion not the best of the Stephen King's filmed stories. Though the plot is appealing (reminds me a lot of 'It') and the visuals are far from bad, 'Dreamcatcher' fails to keep you on the edge of you seat and leaves you disappointed in the end. I did like the reference to my favorite movie 'Alien'. In its cast we see Thomas Jane (The Mist), Damian Lewis (Homeland), Timothy Elephant (Scream 2), Jason Lee (Alvin and the Chipmunks) and Morgan Freeman (The Dark Knight Trilogy). Beware of 'Ister G'ay! Four childhood friends have their annual reunion in the woods near the town of Derry, where they plan to go hunting and share memories of the time they had with Douglas 'Duddits' Cavell, who had the syndrome of Down. All of the men have problems that they want to forget during the time they spend together. While the suicidal Henry (Jane) and the alcoholic Pete (Elephant) are at the grocery shop in the town, Beaver (Lee) who is terrible in relationships and Jonesy (Lewis) who almost died in a traffic accident find a disorientated man in the woods. Shortly after taking him to the cabin and putting him into bed, the two friends witness how animals are migrating. Going outside they see helicopters that belong to Colonel Abraham Kurtz (Freeman), who tells them that the entire area is under quarantine. Suddenly Beaver and Jonesy hear a noise from the bathroom. Entering the room they see the man covered in blood. Some alien creature came out of him and is inside of the toilet bowl. What is happening?

Khristina W (es) wrote: Very good and sad, but based on a true story.

Lee M (fr) wrote: It's A fun piece of "B" movie magic. "Cowboys and Aliens" only 17 years earlier.


Jaime C (it) wrote: Such a great movie about one of the greatest Mexican American signers of all time

Scott A (ag) wrote: I am no Patsy Cline fan, so I have no idea how accurate this thing was. But I really have no liking for her music and while I was interested in how she came to be, the movie made that aspect either seem to easy or to boring. If she basically got a record contract for being on TV, then so be it, maybe that's all it took back then.But the movie mostly focuses on her and her second marriage to Ed Harris, whose last name is Dick...and boy is he ever. In fact, Cline comes off as an awful person too, so it was really hard to feel sorry for either of them when they'd hurt each other.Lange also puts no effort into the singing portions of the film, as she's just miming the real songs. That bugged me a lot. Hate when actors don't even try.Sadly, the music scenes turn out really boring and the only times the film does move is when Harris is beating the hell out of her when they continue to fight...which is awful to say, but the truth.Goodman breathes life into the film for his few moments he's in it.

Hannah D (ag) wrote: read the book, not sure how it would translate to film, but ALAIN DELON?? I'm seeing this

Carlton R (ag) wrote: Great monster movie,fun to watch, really enjoyed it,shame they didnt find the mother and save more people, though