I have always been a fan of Tarzan, stories, movies whatever. This review is short and sweet, I won’t take up too much of your time! So I was really looking forward to this film. Now pay attention, this first line is tricky.
This film opens with Lord Greystoke a.k.a Tarzan being invited by the British Prime Minister on behalf of the King of Belgium to visit the Congo for an inspection. Lord Greystokes declines as he has already seen Africa. Outside he is stopped by the American George Washington Williams. Williams explains that he thinks the Congolese people are being enslaved and needs Tarzan’s help to prove it to the rest of the world. Back at home Tarzan tell Jane he is going to Africa but that she has to stay in England. This does not go down well and they both go to Africa. There is a ‘welcome home’ party for Jane and tarzan, a sneaky nighttime attack, a kidnapping and a return to his roots for Tarzan. Some old conflicts are resolved. Some bad guys are disposed off. And everyone lives happily ever after in Africa. Read more