Reviewed bySeth BrownVote: 10/10/10
We love this documentary. This must be one of the best documentary inits category. The narrator is excellent and the visuals are breathtaking. I wish I had an opportunity to watch this when I was growingup.
It comprises of 3 episodes: Winter, Summer and Autumn. All of them areexcellent.
Overall, excellent value. I recommend it whole heartedly, especially ifyou have kids in the family. I ended up buying one as a gift for mynephews. Hopefully, they will enjoy learning from it as I did.
Reviewed byEugene KangVote: 10/10/10
BBC nature documentaries are always worth watching as the imagescaptured are quite remarkable. This BBC series, which consists of 3episodes, is divided into winter, summer, and autumn. The seriesexamines wildlife at Yellowstone National Park, which is the world'sfirst national park and situated mainly in Wyoming, America. The threeepisode series focuses primarily on wolves, elk, pronghorns, beavers,trees, and bison as well as many other wildlife. Overall, Yellowstoneis an amazing documentary. The images shot were captivating andinspirational. It's unbelievable how some scenes were shot as they werehighly detailed and visually striking. One other factor worthmentioning is the narration. The script is written beautifully andmerges perfectly with the imagery. I look forward to the next BBCdocumentary.
Reviewed byBasicLogicVote: /10
This documentary proved to be one of the best docu-films ever viewed byme. But it's a production from BBC, so there's no surprise here. Thenarrator(s) also set an example of how a narration to a film should be.The sound tracks are right on the track to accommodate every scene. Thecinematography of it only proved how good these BBC camera guys are ontop in this trade. Every scene in this film is like a painting, sobeautiful and so breath-taking.
I could never imagine how viewers could give this film below 7, andthose who gave 1 to 5 of it should have their eyes and brains checked;obviously CAT scan is needed, besides the visual and hearing problems.What you guys need? Because you rarely see tourists, SUV and RV in thisYellow Stone? What's wrong with you guys?
Filmed over the course of a year in Yellowstone, this documentary tracks the area's wildlife as they grapple with life and death within one of America's last remaining wilderness regions.