Born in China (2016) Rated G

Disney goes in the heart of China to witness the lives of a baby panda, a golden monkey, and a snow leopard. Starring John Krasinski.

I was so looking forward to this documentary. Some of my favorite animals are from China, and I was excited to see these creatures up close and personal. However, this film left me frustrated with its ridiculous stories about the animals which detracted from the enjoyment of simply being allowed to observe them in their natural habitat. It is impossible to know what the family dynamics of these animals are, and Disney went over the top trying to concoct stories about them. Then, they failed to bring closure to some of the stories. This was not a true documentary, in my opinion. I much preferred pressing the mute button and watching the animals, rather than listening to the nonsense in the background. Unfortunately, this film is a pass.

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