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The Legend of Tarzan

 

 

SCORE: 58

 

The Legend of Tarzan 

 

I am very thankful we had to the money to purchase The Legend of Tarzan on Blu-ray + DVD on Black Friday 2016. We had a lot of high expectations for The Legend of Tarzan. Sadly this movie let us down on so many levels.

The Legend of Tarzan is a pro-animal, anti-human, anti-Christian, pro-environment action movie that comes across as preachy, and hypocritical. There are also aspects of The Legend of Tarzan that make no sense. Tarzan can sort of communicate with animals because he understands them. Other animals are not under his control. Total plot convenience there.

The Legend of Tarzan is big on alleged slavery by Europeans in Africa. News flash for you Hollyweird. There has been slavery in Africa before white people went to that continent. There is also still slavery going on in Africa to this very day. Some people might even label The Legend of Tarzan a racist film attacking white folks.

The action elements are very predictable in The Legend of Tarzan. There is blood, death, hatred, lies, bad language, enticement to lust, lack of attire, and more in The Legend of Tarzan. Tarzan supposedly got deformed hands in The Legend of Tarzan because he moved around like an ape. Science and movies have been far apart for a very long time if you know what I mean.

Tarzan eventually convinces the native tribes to work together in The Legend of Tarzan to fight off the evil, horrible white man. The white people are only there in The Legend of Tarzan to get diamonds. I know there have been a few greedy people here and there in history. There are also those trying to do good. Tarzan killed off plenty just trying to do good.

Animals are shown as loving and carrying in The Legend of Tarzan. Never mind all of the people they kill off. The redefinition of Tarzan into this absolutely turns my stomach. The Legend of Tarzan is not even worth one dollar in my personal opinion.
- Paul

 

Graphics: 50%
Sound: 60%
Replay: 80%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Blu-ray/DVD
Publisher: Warner Bros Pictures
Developer: Village Roadshow Pictures
Rating: ‘PG-13’ for Parents Strongly Cautioned {Sequences of Action and Violence, some sensuality, and brief rude dialogue}


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