Life - on DVD



I have been thinking about home schooling my children this coming school year because of our unhappiness with the schools. I often think about what products I would use to help them learn and take in as much information as possible. I love movies such a Life! Children seem to be so fascinated with these kind of movies - which as a Mom I think is great, I would much rather have them watch something like this than SpongeBob or some violent show on TV. My husband and I even find our selves fascinated by the facts and always end up learning something. The only thing that seemed to bother my husband as well as myself was Oprah. I don't have anything against her personally and I am not saying she was awful narrating this, but it just did not seem a good fit, especially to my husband. I think I would have liked to see a few narrators, instead of just one. My kids of course could not tell who was narrating, but I don't think they cared either - they were more interested in the stories and adventure. Just take a look at the clip below -



Synopsis - Four years in the making, filmed over 3000 days, across every continent and in every habitat, with a production budget of 22 million, Life is the latest wildlife blockbuster from the BBC's award winning Natural History unit, the producers of Planet Earth and The Blue Planet.

Packed with excitement, revelation, and stunning screen firsts, this breath-taking ten part blockbuster presents 130 incredible stories from the frontiers of the natural world. Discovery the glorious variety of life on Earth and the spectacular and extraordinary tactics animals and plants have developed to stay alive, individual creatures under extreme pressure to overcome challenges from adversaries and their environment, pushing the boundaries of behavior.



***Mommy Approved!

**Disclosure: I was provided a copy of Life for review purposes. No monetary compensation was received.

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