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India: Kingdom of the Tiger (2002)

Follow in the footsteps of Jim Corbett, the famed English hunter-naturalist, as he races to save an Indian village from the terror of a man-eating tiger. Along his journey he expresses his ... See full summary »

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Follow in the footsteps of Jim Corbett, the famed English hunter-naturalist, as he races to save an Indian village from the terror of a man-eating tiger. Along his journey he expresses his passion for tigers and explores the issues of tiger conservation. The film is also a historical epic depicting India from 1910 to the modern era. Written by Anonymous

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India: A tigris birodalma  »

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Pretty solid, but not IMAX best
23 March 2016 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

"India: Kingdom of the Tiger" is a 40-minute documentary from almost 15 years ago. The title says what this is about a lot better than I ever could. I quite like IMAX' documentaries about animals, but I do not really like their stuff on science. So I was maybe expecting a bit too much here. Still it was not a bad watch by any means. The biggest problem I had with it was that I do not really care about India and I wished this could have been exclusively about the tigers, but a large portion of the film isn't. Of course, this is just personal preference, but the fact that this is one of the lesser famous IMAX documentaries makes me think that other people have the same feelings. Also I felt this film could have been a bit more informative. The best thing about it is certainly the message about protecting the tigers to keep them from extinction. Such beautiful animals. My overall verdict is cautiously positive and I recommend this one. Thumbs up.


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