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Tarzan 3D Review

Tarzan 3D  Rating: 1.5/5

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Tarzan 3D Movie Review

Ratings:1/5 Review By: Paloma Sharma Site:Rediff
Tarzan is so bad that it’s actually good. The plot is riddled with more holes than a car caught in crossfire.I find it extremely heartbreaking that this is the Tarzan that today’s kids will grow up with. If your child begs you to take them to watch this one, buy the DVD of Disney’s rendition of the film, instead. Taking a young mind to watch Tarzan will be scarring it for life.
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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Gavin Rasquinha Site:Times Of India (TOI)
While the apes and birds have been rendered well enough, the designers have floundered with human rendering. The faces and physical movements look dated, like the physics engines of older videogames. Other shortcuts have been used too. When a helicopter lands in the jungle, the tree leaves and grass aren't moved by the rotor-wash, as if made of stone. Tarzan is also immune to the climate; he is shown sprinting up and skating down a snow-covered mountain, whilst barefoot. All in all, it's a slipshod rendering of a classic.
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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By: Tushar Joshi Site:DNA
The biggest glitch with Tarzan is its shoddy animation. We wonder how these sketches made it through to the final round. The characters human or animal look cheap almost like part of an old video game that was made some time in the 90s.I prefer Disney's version over the new Tarzan which ends up being a hollow and boring adaptation of one of the most colorful and adventurous stories of our times.
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  1. THE classic tale of the Lord of the Jungle gets yet another retelling in this mainly-European production, which uses motion-capture as well as animation.

    The film also takes a rather original approach to the story, setting it in modern times, and even throwing in a giant meteorite from outer space!

    This legendary meteorite becomes the goal of Greystoke Energies, a company run by John Greystoke.

    He brings his wife and precocious young son JJ to Africa in search of it, hoping it will become a new global source of energy.

    However, things go wrong, leaving JJ the only survivor. The young boy, later called Tarzan, is found and adopted by the silverback gorilla Kala and raised as an ape.

    Years later, he encounters the bubbly Jane Porter, and slowly learns about his humanity.

    However, the new CEO of Greystoke Energies, William Clayton, is now searching for the meteorite and is willing to destroy the entire jungle to get it.

    While far from a perfect film, Tarzan 3D does have its charms.

    The best thing about it has to be the motion capture-animation, especially in the middle segment of the film.

    The gorillas and people move in almost lifelike fashion, and there are some scenes of jungle landscapes that look amazing. This part of the film is the most enjoyable.

    Other than that, well, it just isn't that great. The film has a rather distracting narration, the overall script is pretty weak, and the simple dialogue, shaky start and very rushed ending do it no favours. It's clear this mostly bloodless and tame film was mainly meant for very young children.

    However, the voice acting is decent, with the biggest star in the cast being Kellan Lutz (Twilight franchise, The Legend of Hercules).

    The characters are all one-dimensional, and I found myself getting very annoyed with Jane, who is meant to be earnest and kindhearted, but comes off as bimbo-ish, especially when she has to get saved by Tarzan each and every time.

    Still, at least they tried to inject some originality into the storyline. It's definitely a safe film that your children will enjoy.

    2.5/5

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  2. Tarzan 3D is an animation-adventure film which entertain more to children, animation favourite youth. It is good Film. Watch it [3/5].

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