In the 1940s, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor destroyed Americans' morale. The president of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt, decided to risk it all to bomb Tokyo, raising the ... See full summary »
A battle-scarred War on Terror bounty hunter is forced to go to London on a manhunt for a disavowed CIA operative, which leads him into a deadly running battle with a former military comrade and his private army.
The lead elephant developed a clear bond with his boy co-star. There are three shots in the movie where the elephant clearly reaches out to the boy with his trunk, and touches him in an affectionate manner. This is how elephants behave with each other, and the elephant never did this to any other member of the cast or crew. See more »
What a fantastic way to introduce the growing concern of Elephant Poaching!
We had the opportunity to take in this movie on Earth Day, which was very fitting for the subject matter. This is a heartwarming movie about a very difficult topic of elephant poaching. My family and I really enjoyed it! The kids didn't stop watching even for a moment and it kept their full attention from start to end! Watching the interaction between Sam Ashe Arnold's character and the elephants was an absolute joy! My kids loved the other animals in the film as well! The cinematography was beautiful! Go see this movie, it will educate and entertain you!
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