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Human Planet
9.3 out of 10

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Human Planet

BluRay Authority
28 January 2012
  • Excerpt: Earth Day is one of the “newer” events that we as a people celebrate and it was first brought to my attention by a high school science teacher. He was “eco-friendly” even when it wasn’t en vogue to be such.
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Human Planet

Sound & Vision Magazine
14 May 2011
  • Excerpt: Following in the footsteps of "Planet Earth" and "Life", this epic eight-part blockbuster is a breathtaking celebration of the amazing, complex, profound and sometimes challenging relationship between humankind and nature. Humans are the ultimate animals - the most successful species on the planet.
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Human Planet (Blu-ray Review)

whysoblu.com
10 May 2011
  • Conclusion: This is another outstanding effort from the BBC that not only shows us life in other parts of the world, but also gives us the opportunity to realize how good we have it here.  Seeing other cultures and ways of life is something that I believe is beneficial to our understanding of the world and our...
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Overall 10
9.5
Audio 10
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Extras 9
8.5

Human Planet: The Complete Series (Blu-ray)

DVD Verdict
2 May 2011
  • Summary: Judge Patrick Rogers is the son and the heir of nothing in particular.
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Overall 9
9.0

Human Planet

High-Def Digest
22 April 2011
  • Conclusion: All too often we sit around in our homes and offices, safe in our comfortable bubbles, not realizing what sort of difficulties humans all over the world suffer everyday. The trials they must face, and the day-to-day struggle just to find food to eat.
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Human Planet: The Complete Series (2011)

blu-ray.com
15 April 2011
  • Conclusion: Human Planet tells a very human story. More than seventy very human stories actually, most of which take place in villages and regions where iPods and smart phones would be cast aside in favor of culture, community and shared experience.
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