Although Earth falls short of its potential, it still contains enough glorious photography to please its target audience.
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If you've watched the BBC series "Planet Earth," then Earth will seem like a familiar, if stunning, global rewarming.
This Earth doesn't really have anything new to say, but it does present some newly entertaining ways of saying it.
Los Angeles Times by Kenneth Turan
It would be Pollyannaish to pretend that the documentary Earth is without its problems, but the bottom line is, difficulties be damned, it shouldn't be missed.
Entertainment Weekly by Lisa Schwarzbaum
This super-duper deluxe nature documentary clearly aims to recruit young viewers as conservationists.
Chicago Sun-Times by Roger Ebert
Filled with unexpected facts.
There's nothing in Earth that's as moving as the sight of the mother penguin "grieving" for her chick in "March of the Penguins." You can applaud Earth for not jerking tears. On the other hand, an occasional tear isn't such a bad thing.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) by Stephen Cole
By hiring James Earl Jones to narrate, Disney has prepared youngsters to understand that man is equally capable of heroism and villainy.
Philadelphia Inquirer by Steven Rea
A wide-screen wildlife documentary in which the cycles of birth and death, migrations and seasons, are captured in stunning - absolutely stunning - ways.