Disney's The Wild [Blu-ray] [2006] £5.56 delivered @ Zavvi
Disney's The Wild [Blu-ray] [2006] £5.56 delivered @ Zavvi

Disney's The Wild [Blu-ray] [2006] £5.56 delivered @ Zavvi

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Watch Out! The kooky, crazy animals from 'The Wild' have been unleashed and are heading to Disney DVD!!

THE WILD is the outrageous tale of a group of zoo animals including a lion, koala, giraffe, an anaconda and even a squirrel; that all take over the grounds when humans go home for the night!

Samson the noble lion is the leader of the pack and the 'mane attraction' at the New York Zoo. The legendary feline amazes his friends and his son Ryan with hair-raising stories from his life in the wild before moving to the zoo.

When Ryan escapes the grounds in search of the excitement of the untamed jungle and to experience the adventures of the wilderness for himself, Samson is forced to embark on a daring rescue mission to save him. As the journey begins, the startling truth is revealed - despite his tales of magnificent bravery, Samson has never set a paw inside a real jungle!

With his quirky friends by his side, including the unconventional, yet adorable and hilarious koala Nigel, Samson must face his worst fears as his adventure takes him through the urban jungle of New York City, all the way to the wilds of Africa in the hunt for his lost son.

With cutting-edge animation, a story filled with hilarious situations and an impressive vocal ensemble including Kiefer Sutherland (Samson), Eddie Izzard (Nigel the koala), Jim Belushi (Benny the squirrel), Janeane Garofalo (Bridget the giraffe) and William Shatner (Kazar the wildebeest) - audiences will love THE WILD!

Packed with bonus features including deleted scenes, music clips including 'Real Wild Child' performed by Everlife, a Blunders and Bloopers reel and 'Backstage Disney' documentaries, THE WILD on Disney DVD is not to be missed!

Review: 'The Wild' characters are completely loveable especially the relationship between the lovesick squirrel 'Benny ', and towering giraffe in denial 'Bridget '. A few dark parts, but nothing that can't be explained to small children. The Wild is a fun and enjoyable journey of finding the truth and facing your inner fears.

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