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Born in China




Born in China 


I appreciate Disney sending Family Friendly Gaming a copy of Born in China on Blu-ray + DVD + Digital. It takes seventy-nine minutes to watch Born in China. The bonus content found on Born in China is Panda Suits & Bamboo Shoots, Walking with Monkeys, Masters of Camouflage, Wading Through Wetlands, Everything Everything Music Video, and Disneynature Get Inspired, Get Involved.

Born in China takes on fifteen months of a journey for three animal groupings. There is a panda and her cub, a golden monkey group, and a mother snow leopard with her two cubs. Born in China teaches about the circle of life, showing strength, calculating the odds, backing down when the odds are against you, taking a chance to feed your young, stay with family, and more.

The images in Born in China are amazing. God's creation is so beautiful. I wish Born in China had given credit to God for all of the beauty on this planet. Instead Born in China references evolution once, and tells us Chinese religious beliefs. We learn how those religious beliefs tie into the animals shown. We also see flocks of cranes in Born in China. They are integral in the reincarnation religious belief that is taught in Born in China.

The monkeys have quite a bit of mischief to them in Born in China. Even in the bonus content. Born in China likes to try to assign human concepts to the animals found in Born in China. I am not convinced these animals are thinking what the narrator mentions. That reminds me, the narrator John Krasinski does a great job in Born in China. There is some death in Born in China. The moment of death is not shown though. Just the dead animals. Which some other animals were usually eating.

I love how Born in China tells us the pandas want to relax, eat, and scratch. It neat to see the animals in spring, summer, autumn, winter, and then spring again. I did not know pandas and snow leopards live solitary lives. Born in China taught me something interesting about both of them. Born in China encourages viewers to go out and get involved with the environment. I appreciate all of the work the teams went through to film these animals.
- Yolanda


Video: 90%
Audio: 80%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Functionality: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: DVD/Blu-ray
Publisher: Disney
Developer: Disneynature
Rating: ‘G’ - General
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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