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kelly_o_fanatic Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
I usually use find-dvd for searching for the cheapest price for dvds, but the dvd I want is not recognised on there so I am stuck!

Meerkats: The Movie

Cheapest I can see is £6.99 on

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago

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£6.48 from amazon
-http://www.********************/search?query=Meerkats&search_type=DVD-DVD- media.......pricer why filtered :?

yep £6.48 from amazon best :)
£6.49 from HMV. Free online delivery.
+ £1.21shipping New Seller: dvd-superstore
Rating:99% positive over the past 12 months (7701 ratings.) 24495 lifetime ratings.
Delivery: In stock. Dispatched from United Kingdom. See Delivery Rates. See return policy.
Comments: Brand New and Sealed - Swift dispatch from UK Mainland
Thats great, thanks everyone! Didnt think I would get it cheaper than £6.99

Amazon makes it even better, I have credit on there from doing surveys!

Rep on its way for everyone, and will be bookmarking that alternative dvd searcher
i love meerkat manor is this different from that???
i love meerkat manor is this different from that???

Not seen it, but mum is mad about meerkats since the comparethemeerkat adverts. Have seen them at longleat safari park and thought she would like this. The following review seems to explain it quite well

Narrated by Paul Newman (in one of his last performances), with a story constructed by Alexander McCall Smith and with James Honeyborne's stunning photography, this film owes more to March of the Penguins than Meerkat Manor. To some extent it works, but that largely depends on whether or not you believe meerkats can do no wrong. For me, just sticking the cute little critters up there on screen is enough to keep me entertained. They don't need any story-telling tricks to make them interesting. But this film attempts to contrive a story out of the footage that has been shot, and that in many places diminishes the simple pleasure to be had in watching them.

Kolo is a young meerkat. He fritters away his time, doesn't listen to his elders, and doesn't buckle down to his responsibilities within the family unit. Then one day he gets lost. He encounters various food-chain type dangers, but can he survive to return to his family, having learnt to be wiser and more responsible? Well, this being a story that is highly likely, but in reality perhaps not and therein lies the problem.

It's highly likely that several of the 'actors' playing Kolo got scoffed instead, and for me anyhow that reality is the more interesting side of meerkat life rather than a story that is slighter than you'd expect from a Disney style production or an animated animal tale. Frankly, filming what had really happened and then narrating it would have worked better than a story that I feel won't enthral kids and is a bit trite for adults. That aside, meerkats and their ways are often so human-like they are endlessly fascinating, and so even constraining them with a contrived story can't stop them from being entertaining.

Seems to get good reviews everywhere I look, but suppose it depends on what you want
cheers think i may have to get this

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