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One Life

Coming to National Geographic's Wild channel, One Life gives a stunning insight into the lives of animals all over the world.

They say:

Narrated by actor Daniel Craig, One Life offers intimate, never-before-captured sequences of animal behavior, stunning habitats and breathtaking scenery. Culled from more than 10,000 hours of footage, filmed throughout 12 countries on every continent, One Life celebrates the journey taken by all living things, from the moment they are born to that most important achievement, their vital goal: the successful delivery of youngsters of their own -- the next generation.

I say, if this sort of thing floats your boat, then consider your boat floating. The cinematography is absolutely stunning. And the baby animals are adorably cute. But overall this is just another animal documentary. That this one is sedately narrated by James Bond doesn't do much to elevate that.

What this lacks is a good story. This is no March of the Penguins, we don't follow one animal or one family or even one species. Instead, we flit over dozens of animals, staying with each one just long enough to learn one or two interesting facts about how they survive in this harsh world and then we are off to the next.

But it is real pretty.

Review by Jason Pace
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