Disney Sisters: DisneyNature Chimpanzee and other Monkey Business

DisneyNature Chimpanzee and other Monkey Business

Watch the jungle's most adorable orphan find a family ...
As Disneynature CHIMPANZEE is now released on Blu-ray Combo Pack.

The latest DisneyNature film is now available on DVD bringing the magic of the Animal Kingdom into our living rooms. This is the fourth documentary style film from them, this time they're following a group of chimpanzees through the African forest. Unfortunately we didn't see it in theaters, but we did get a copy to review - Yay!
 The inspiring film follows the True-Life Adventure of Oscar, a young chimpanzee whose curiosity and showcases the intelligence and ingenuity of some of the most extraordinary personalities in the animal kingdom. Bonus material includes a making-of documentary, the "Rise" music video from McClain Sisters. This film really showcases family bonding in a special way, and we're all about family films!


Some interesting facts about chimps that you may not know:

"At the turn of the 20th century, there were between 1 and 2 million chimps in the wild. Now there may be fewer than 300,000."

"Humans and chimpanzees share roughly 95 to 98 percent of the same DNA."

"Chimpanzees can develop lifelong family bonds, especially between mother and child."


We also really want to get the word out about "See Chimpanzee, Save Chimpanzees": 

To celebrate the in-home debut of “Chimpanzee,” Disneynature is proud to continue the “See ‘Chimpanzee,’ Save Chimpanzees” conservation program initiated with the film’s theatrical release. For every purchase of the movie through August 27, 2012, Disneynature will make a donation through the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund to the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) to conserve chimpanzee habitat, educate the next generation, and provide care for orphaned chimpanzees.


The conservation program tied to the theatrical release will help protect 129,236 acres (202 square miles) of wild chimpanzee habitat through infrastructure investments in the expanded Tchimpounga Nature Reserve in the Republic of Congo (Congo); educate 60,000 schoolchildren about chimpanzee conservation; and provide food and medicine for nearly all of the orphaned chimpanzees at JGI’s Tchimpounga chimpanzee sanctuary for at least the next year.



We took these special Chimpanzee photos during our trip to WDW. There was this awesome sand castle display in Epcot to promote the movie. We were thrilled to be able to see it in person, it was really cool!


You can get down to Monkey Business with this slideshow of photos that the crew took while working on location. Did you know that it took more than 700 days to film Chimpanzee?


Did you catch Chimpanzee in the theaters or are you planning on buying it on DVD? Have you seen any other DisneyNature films: African Cats, Oceans or Earth?


Stay connected with the latest “Chimpanzee” information:
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Website and Mobile Site: www.Disney.com/Chimpanzee

Disclaimer: We were not given any compensation for this post, but we were given a copy to help facilitate our review. Thoughts and opinions shared on our blog are all our own.

1 comment:

  1. This is the second Disneynature movie I have seen in theaters, the other was “Oceans”, and they are probably the most spectacular pieces of film that I have ever seen in theaters. I took my 2 boys to see it after a coworker at Dish recommended it as having a kid friendly story. We enjoyed it so much that right after we saw it I added it to my Blockbuster @Home queue, and it showed up in the mail last Friday. We watched the movie and extras over the weekend, and the boys really had fun acting like chimps and talking about the environment. I love being able to rent those expensive Blu-Ray’s to see if the boys will really watch them before I buy them, and I think that this one is definitely a keeper. I better go out and get it today so I can help the chimps!

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