Living with Leopards

2024

Action / Documentary

8
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 100%
IMDb Rating 7.4/10 10 538 538

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1 hr 11 min
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Reviewed by aqswdeft-91733 6 / 10

Waiting for it

At the very end.

'evolving into an ..'

Evolution has never happened. WILL never happen.

Overall a good docu of leopards.

When you disrespect the leopards' creator God, you get a disrespectful rating.

Leopards are created by God. The entire eco-system is created by God. From grub to leopard. The ecosystem is created so that all components live and flourish. The greatest lie currently is 'evolution' - which means 'infinite variation of species' - this has not, WILL NOT, ever happen.

DO NOT USE THE WORD EVOLUTION - IT IS MAN-MADE - AND IS A FALSEHOOD.

LEOPARDS, LIKE EVERY LIVING THING, INCLUDING 'YOU' READING THIS REVIEW ARE CREATED BY: GOD. NOT CHANCE. NOT EVOLUTION.

EVOLUTION IS A POOR BRITISH TWIT'S ATTEMPT FOR FAME.

FROM THE GRUB TO THE HUMAN, ALL COMPONENTS OF NATURE, AND THE ECOSYSTEM ARE CREATED SO THAT ALL COMPONENTS LIVE AND SURVIVE. 'survival of the fittest' and 'natural selection' are idiotic LIES. ALL COMPONENTS OF THE CREATION ARE CREATED SO THAT ALL COMPONENTS SURVIVE. COMPONENTS OF THE ECOSYSTEM DO NOT MAGICALLY DIE OFF. ALL COMPONENTS ARE PART OF THE SYSTEM GOD CREATED. DO YOU STUPID IDIOT HUMANS UNDERSTAND THIS MOST BASIC, SIMPLE CONCEPT?

Reviewed by haomaa 7 / 10

A Captivating Look at Spotted Cats

"Living with Leopards" offers a captivating glimpse into the world of these elusive predators. Following two leopard cubs from infancy to adulthood, the documentary provides a heartwarming and educational look at their development and the challenges they face.

Nature lovers will appreciate: 1) Stunning visuals showcasing the leopards' habitat and hunting techniques.

2) An intimate portrayal of the mother-cub bond and the cubs' playful antics.

3) Insights into the threats leopards face in the wild.

While not perfect: 1) The focus on just two cubs might leave some viewers wanting a broader view of leopard life.

2) The narration could delve deeper into the scientific aspects of leopard behavior for a more well-rounded experience.

Overall, "Living with Leopards" is a delightful and informative documentary perfect for families and anyone with a soft spot for these magnificent creatures.

Reviewed by paul-allaer 8 / 10

Outstanding nature documentary

As "Living With Leopards" (2024 release from the UK; 71 min.) opens, we are in the "Okavango Delta, Botswana", and Brad is following and filming a female leopard named Mothuma. The leopard freefalls from 40 feet high into a tree onto an unsuspecting prey. Why would she take such a risk? Soon we understand as she has 2 cubs to feed and protect, "unknown to the world for the initial 3 months". At this point we are 10 minutes into the movie.

Couple of comments: this is the latest from award nominated British director Alex Parkinson ("Last Breath"). Here, he brings the tale of a group of photographers in Botswana who are following the trace of one leopard family. They spend wees, months, years to capture the incredible footage that this documentary contains (it was filmed over a period of 2 1/2 years). And when I say "incredible footage", I mean this documentary brings to the screen various scenes that I never imagined could be caught on tape. Then again, think of it this way: it took the film makers 30 months to capture this on tape, and we are seeing this distilled into 71 minutes... Kudos also the the top-notch original score for this documentary.

"Living With Leopards" recently started streaming on Netflix, and I caught it last night. So glad I did. If you are in the mood for a top quality nature documentary, I'd readily suggest you check this out, and draw your own conclusion.

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