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A family goes on a journey to Africa to visit their father who lives with wild lions. Ravening jungle beasts assemble in flocks to invade an otherwise quiet home where they terrorize the visiting family of their keeper.
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Critics Of "Roar"
April 24, 2015 Too a singular to forget and definitely but definitely above criticism.
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The Playlist
May 29, 2015 Whether you find that hilarious or just plain sad is up to you, but there almost certainly will never be anything like "Roar" again, and that's reason enough to check it out.
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Fat Guys at the Movies
May 08, 2015 This has the same charm as Drafthouse's Miami Connection, only with jungle cats instead of drug-dealing ninjas.
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April 17, 2015 If you want to see cats chasing people in packs, falling over themselves to descend stairwells, and jump up trees to swipe at disposable human protagonists--you will probably enjoy "Roar."
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May 28, 2016 It can best be described as a cross between a nature special, a home movie, a snuff film, and a key exhibit at a sanity hearing.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
October 10, 2016 Forlorn but earnest message film calling for the preservation of wildlife in Africa, that means well but passes for an inane travelogue adventure tale.
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Consequence of Sound
May 12, 2015 With Roar, filmmaking feels as dangerous and immediate as bomb defusing.
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L.A. Weekly
April 16, 2015 ROAR is a thrilling bore, an inanity with actual peril in every scene.
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Globe and Mail
May 08, 2015 Good lord, look what the filmmaker dragged in.
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February 23, 2012 The noble intentions of director-writer-producer Noel Marshall and his actress-wife Tippi Hedren shine through the faults and short-comings of Roar.
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Columbus Alive
May 11, 2015 4 WTFs out of 4. Not as unintentionally entertaining as The Room or Birdemic, but see it with an audience if you can.
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Cambridge Day
December 21, 2015 I honestly can't say "Roar" is a good film or even a bad one, because it's both. But I can say there is never a down moment; there is always something to draw you in.
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Annabelle: Creation
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...