The Legend of Tarzan

The Legend of Tarzan
The Legend of Tarzan

Year

2016

Duration

110 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Period and Historical

Language

English

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Synopsis

Set in 19th Century England, The Legend of Tarzan begins later in his life where as Lord Greystoke he is living in England with his wife Jane. Enticed back to the African Congo to investigate rumours of slavery, he and Jane are welcomed home by local villagers only to discover the rumours to be true. Jane is then kidnapped and an old feud of Tarzan’s reignited. Action-packed, the film relies on the attention to detail as Tarzan swoops through the CGI-laden tropical environment beset with life-like gorillas and dense rainforest in his hunt for Jane. Chasing through the jungle he is confronted with his past as flashbacks piece together how the child of a Lord came to be the legendary Tarzan raised by gorillas in the jungle.

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12 Classification

Moderate action violence, threat, injury detail.

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