Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.7|5.0 Stars ììì

Tarzan—although disappointingly short in length (only 88 minutes)—turns into a very good movie for adults and children alike. The film, illustrated with the usual terrific Disney animation, tells how the whole Tarzan story begins with Tarzan’s human parents, their jungle home, and Tarzan’s eventual adoption into a gorilla colony.


How it all began—a shipwreck, a tree house, a brutal murder, an infant left alone in the jungle, and decisions, decisions, decisions: “Now that I know I am human, what do I do?”

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Directors Chris Buck and Kevin Lima for directing efforts. Thank you to Producer Bonnie Arnold for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Clayton (voice of Brian Blessed), Kala (voice of Glenn Close), Jane (voice of Minnie Driver), Tarzan (voice of (voice of Tony Goldwyn), Professor Porter (voice of Nigel Hawthorne), Kerchak (voice of Lance Hneriksen), Tantor (voice of Wayne Knight), Young Tarzan (Alex D. Linz), and Terk (voice of Rosie O’Donnell).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. It’s Disney at its best.

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