Drama based loosely on the final years of Kenya game warden and lion-raiser George Adamson's life. An unofficial sequel to 'Born Free' (1966) and 'Living Free' (1972), which also dramatised the life of Adamson, this film picks up the life of George (Richard Harris) on the African wildlife preserve he runs with the help of his brother Terrence (Ian Bannen). When drifter Tony Fitzjohn (John Michie) arrives to work for the old men he initially takes poorly to the task, almost savaged by a lion on his first day and on the verge of leaving when he hears that his predecessor was killed in a similar incident. The arrival of a lion cub that Fitzjohn must care for and raise changes everything. Soon he finds himself helping the brothers in their fight to save lions - and, ultimately, the park itself - from the poachers, soldiers and corrupt government officials that threaten them.
George Adamson fights to save Kenya's wildlife. Together with his young assistant Tony Fitzjohn, Adamson battles to keep the animals on his game reserve "Kora" from dangerous poachers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
intuciic (ca) wrote: not bad, but story seen many times before
Jussi M (ca) wrote: VanDammella on kunnon tuulitukka.
Rania A (ca) wrote: Cute and colourful.. However, it's mainly aimed at kids and the jokes, in my opinion for adults, fall flat.. Doesn't live up to Monsters Inc.
Virginie P (es) wrote: trs mauvaise adaptation... bouuuhh
Private U (us) wrote: It is an interesting story of people with only one interest each other. They spend time on their interest in defiance of common sense. i like this film's characters and their act.and Kumiko Aso was good.
Adam P (fr) wrote: Shakespearean tragedy gone telenovela, featuring a TV host who spends most of her screentime in an S&M-meets-Borg camera-suit and Peter Coyote (the friendly scientist from E.T.) as a scumbag.
Deryk J (jp) wrote: One of the most underrated, under the radar movies of all time!! Loaded with stars, Dafoe is amazing, Rourke is nasty and, all the rest are killer!! See the movie that inspired the briefcase in Pulp Fiction. If you haven't watched this, what are YOU waiting for?? Twists, turns, black comedy, nasty action, back stabbing and snarkiness make this a MUST SEE!!
Ross L (au) wrote: Man I love me some 80's government project gone wrong movies. This was no exception. A young Dennis Quaid as a psychic who can jump into peoples dreams, I'm in. Nothing special but I loved watching it. And it has the line, "So basically you count boners for a living"2009 Movies: 95
The S (ag) wrote: James Caan and Alan Arkin should have made more movies together. These two were gold!
Mark B (au) wrote: this is the movie that other movies make fun of.. remember "Elvira Mistress Of The Dark".. yup she shows this as well as attack of the killer tomatoes and remember "gremlins 2" yup they shpw a clip of this .. oh and remember "Fright NIght" yes Peter vincent shows this . octaman is a bad movies "bad movie" if that makes sense