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Against the Wild II: Survive the Serengeti

Against the Wild II: Survive the Serengeti

An Epic Journey BeginsFeb. 26, 2016 Canada91 Min.PG
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Jeri Ryan isJennifer Croft
Jennifer Croft
Ella Ballentine isEmma Croft
Emma Croft
Hlomla Dandala isColonel Ibori
Colonel Ibori
Ashley Dowds isPeter Croft
Peter Croft
Lj Urbani isRoger Kruger
Roger Kruger
Yoshi isChinook


Two kids and their dog must use all their skills to survive in the African bush after a plane crash.

Against the Wild II: Survive the Serengeti
Against the Wild II: Survive the Serengeti
Against the Wild II: Survive the Serengeti
Against the Wild II: Survive the Serengeti
Against the Wild II: Survive the Serengeti
Against the Wild II: Survive the Serengeti
Original titleAgainst the Wild II: Survive the Serengeti
IMDb Rating5.0 302 votes
TMDb Rating7 5 votes

(6) comments

  • rob-sibleyApril 5, 2016Reply

    An Africian Adventure

    When I was a kid Saturday and Sunday afternoons were filled with old
    movies about adventures in Africa or other exotic locations. Tarzan,
    Jungle Jim, Bomba the Jungle Boy, even the ‘Road’ films with Bob Hope
    reminiscent of these movies.

    Emma and Ryan Croft board a small plane to visit their father at the
    mine where he works. The airplane is shot down by Rebel fire and
    crashes, severely injuring the pilot. The two children, along with the
    mine owner’s dog, must make their way to civilization and safety by
    traveling through the dangerous African bush. Their journey is fraught
    with danger and wonder as they rely on their wits to survive.

    AGAINST THE WILD 2: SURVIVE THE SERENGETI has some spectacular scenery,
    and up close interaction with wildlife. Although there are scenes of
    children in peril they are not so intense as to cause nightmares. In
    all this is a good family movie especially for the hard to find safe
    things to watch ages of 5 to 12.

  • ca2160May 14, 2016Reply

    Good for young kids

    Many scenes using computer animation allowed this movie to display many
    animals of Africa and this was a big plus. I have younger kids and this
    kept them entertained despite not being a fully animated motion
    picture. While my kids enjoyed it, it was tough for me as an adult to
    sit through the entire story line even though my wife and I watched the
    whole thing by ourselves. There are some twists and turns that simply
    aren’t realistic but neither is the plot. If you’re looking for a feel
    good kids movie without needing every scene to be completely realistic
    then you’ll be happy with this. I was glad I got the movie but I think
    there could have been a stronger attempt to make it stay closer to

  • Landon ParksMay 14, 2016Reply

    Richard Boddington has done it again with this wonderful family film!

    Richard Boddington’s Against the Wild II: Survive The Serengeti is a
    wonderful new family film that toughly enjoyed watching. Only recently
    did I take up watching much of Boddington’s work, and I got to say a
    great many of his movies show great examples of what appeals to
    families and children.

    Like Mr. Boddington’s first Against the Wild, this one follows the
    exploits of two children (brother and sister), who must survive in a
    land overran by dangerous animals, where they must show survival skills
    and ‘pull together’ to make it through. Being a fan of Gary Paulsen
    when I was younger, I cannot help but draw parallels to ‘Hatchet’ and
    ‘Brains Winter’ when I watch either installment of Against the Wild.

    While the first ‘Against the Wild’ saw the children surviving in the
    Canadian forest, this one delves into a much richer and colorful
    landscape – what appears to be South Africa. I felt that the second
    installment played a little better than did the first, mainly due to
    (at least in my opinion) better chemistry between the two children, and
    much better chemistry between the parents.

    It’s hard to write this review without giving away too many spoilers,
    but just suffice it to say that it’s a great family- friendly movie
    that I’d encourage anyone with children to watch. It was a great 90
    minutes of entertainment. Heck, even if you don’t have kids – both
    installments are still worth the watch.

  • ireneadanoveJuly 31, 2016Reply

    Fire the Makeup artists!!!

    We watched this film with our 11 year old son and found it to be so
    unbelievable. Half way through the film things got to be more
    interesting when the wound on Emma’s face hopped from her left cheek to
    her right, then hopped back and forth throughout the remainder of the
    film. It also changed size and location on the cheeks. So funny but
    dreadfully poor work on the entire production team. Just where was the
    dog going in between shots – I think he was trying to get out of being
    in such a crap film!! The whole story line was so poor – 15 planes and
    helicopters sent out to find them, but they couldn’t manage to find a
    plane which had traveled only a short distance for several days. So
    many points I could make but really I’ve wasted enough time watching
    the film to start with. Lets hope they never make a third movie!

  • neiljones1981November 16, 2016Reply

    Decent Little Family Adventure

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

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