San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 25, 2013
Who Has The Remote? celebrated Earth and nature this April with films that feature conservation themes. A recent article in Deseret News showed that documentaries concerning life on earth head the list of movies released on DVD and Blu-ray this month. After attending Earth Day and Arbor Day celebrations this month, families can check their dish network bundle guide and watch one of these conservation-themed movies together.
WALL-E (2008): Pixar’s WALL-E is about a robot tasked with cleaning up a futuristic, waste-covered Earth. Sentimental and lonely, WALL-E eventually meets EVE, a fellow robot who has been sent to Earth to hunt for botanical life. The two end up going on a space adventure where WALL-E finds that humans have rocketed into space to live in a giant spaceship, biding their time until they can return to Earth.
FernGully: The Last Rainforest (1992): This animated feature stars a fairy named Crysta, who lives in a rainforest in Australia. She happens upon a tree-leveling human named Zak, whom she accidentally shrinks and then befriends. The two go on an adventure to save the Rainforest from villain Hexxus, who represents pollution and greed.
DisneyNature’s Earth (2007): This stunning documentary film narrated by James Earl Jones follows three species that are threatened by environmental changes. Viewers get to know polar bears, African bush elephants, and humpback whales as the film covers various habitats all over the world.
March of the Penguins (2005): Another nature documentary, March of the Penguins follows Antarctic emperor penguins as they work together to ensure the continuation of their colony. The film focuses on the penguins’ efforts to keep their eggs and chicks safe in the inland breeding ground.
With the month of April presenting many opportunities for families to learn about conservation and environmental change, WhoHasTheRemote.com recommended top films that feature environmental themes that families can watch together in celebration of Earth Day and Arbor Day.
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