The Legend of Tarzan

Tarzan like you’ve never seen him before; sophisticated, but still totally ripped.

Ever wondered what happened to Tarzan after he left the jungle to live in suburbia? Good; prepare to be enlightened, because that is exactly what this film is about.

After discovering he is in fact heir to a small empire and is the proud owner of the new title of ‘Lord’, he and Jane begin a life together in London. However, as is to be expected with this being a film, not all is as it seems. Turns out there’s quite a lot of trouble going on back home in Congo, and Tarzan has been called upon by his government to settle said disruption.

So back to the jungle Tarzan must go, accompanied by his wife, Jane, and a new recruit, Dr.Washington. Whilst taking a whistle stop tour of their old stomping ground, it soon becomes clear that this trip is a set-up when a group of bad guys show up to kidnap Tarzan.

Needless to say, this nostalgic trip soon turns into a wild adventure to save their homeland.

The story itself is one of love and loss, but above all shows us a glimpse of a man trying to come to grips with his very unusual upbringing.

What makes this film particularly special is the effort taken in crafting the special effects of the animals, especially in terms of their ability to integrate with the humans; this is not only stunning to watch, but makes the film feel all the more realistic.

Clearly a lot of effort has gone into both post and pre-production, and it certainly shows, from the breath-taking views of  Congo to the all-consuming storyline, this film is sure to be a hit at box offices all around the globe.


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