Review for Chimpanzee G
by John Thielking
Chimpanzee chronicles the early years of a chimpanzee named
Oscar. We see the chimpanzee when he is just a baby, just
starting to wander away from his mother for brief periods.
Later on his mother dies, so his care is taken on by the leader of
his tribe named Freddie. This particular tribe of chimpanzees
has other challenges to face also from a competing tribe of
chimpanzees. 4 stars.
This movie ranks as nonviolent because it has only 5 violent scenes
in it. Some chimpanzees get chased, the chimpanzees are hunting
monkeys, some chimpanzees attack other chimpanzees, there is an off
screen death and some chimpanzees attack.
The previews include: two nonviolent commercials, nonviolent
previews for Brave, Finding Nemo, Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog
Days and To The Arctic and a violent preview for Madagascar 3:
Europe's Most Wanted (too violent).
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