A gorgeously filmed nature documentary that has the potential to sway the opinions, hearts, and minds of anti-environmentalists and others who are uninterested in the conservation conversation.
Exists to make audiences happy with its candy-colored visuals and toe-tapping soundtrack. That shouldn’t hide the fact that it’s lazy.
When it comes to comedies, it’s never a good sign when the blooper reel at the end of the credits is the highlight of the film.
This is a film that tries your patience to the limit, yet it’s enthusiastically affable.
As off-kilter as anything you’ll ever see, this film is awful, but it’s also wonderful in its own absurd, nonsensical, coo-coo bananas way.
Lacking the emotional punch that would’ve made it great, the film nearly nosedives into a forgettably weak entry into the crowded crime drama genre.