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Expedition: Africa [Blu-ray]

Benedict Allen , Mireya Mayor    NR (Not Rated)   Blu-ray

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From Executive Producer Mark Burnett (Survivor, The Apprentice) Expedition Africa takes viewers on an adventure of epic proportions as four renowned explorers attempt to follow the historic journey of Henry Morton Stanley and his search for the "lost" Dr. David Livingstone in the heart of Africa. HISTORYTM is bringing this adventure back to life in the 21st century. The twist? These modern-day explorers will have to complete the mission with only a compass, maps and Stanley's journals from the original undertaking. Can these modern-day adventurers survive the harsh and unforgiving African environment and succeed with nothing more than tools from the past? The explorers face dehydration, deadly animals, disease and each other, knowing that any step could be their last.

This 2-disc set includes all eight heart-pounding episodes of the phenomenal adventure series, presented in stunning high definition Blu-ray for the ultimate immersive experience.


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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Survivor meets the Blair Witch Project Jan. 24 2011
By Mark W Thomas - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
The Expedition stops every few minutes so that the team can share there feelings/complaints/ fears. After awhile it gets very tiring (perhaps like a real expedition) - but like the Blair Witch Project you find yourself cheering for something to (please) come out of the darkness. The hiking had to be arduous and dangerous - but all of the second guessing and bickering makes for miserable viewing. You wonder if the director scripted some of the drama - or simply encouraged the team to talk about it every five minutes. However, for the excellent footage of the African scenery the dvd set is worth three stars.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Pathetic! Nov. 12 2013
By JOJO DANCER - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Tis is the one of the worst shows i have tried to watch in a long time. I lasted for three hours until i refused to watch more. The worst part was the so called wild life expert Mireya Mayor. She decides to wear a sleeveless and nearly backless undershirt that looks like it is 2 sizes too small and intended for a peep show. It looks like she wanted to look like a cheep looking cheer leader romping around trying to get young boys aroused. I tossed my copy in the garbage. This show is boring, tasteless and lacks decor. The scenery is negligible at best. My entire family will sit down and watch RIVER MONSTERS and MAN VS WILD for 2 or 3 hours while eating popcorn or ice cream. We love these types of shows. It would be great if the BBC , DISCOVERY CHANNEL or National Geographic would do a show on the great Livingstone and Stanley episode. Dr. Livingstone i presume? This is really cheesy stuff. You could call it BENNY HILLS GOES TO THE JUNGLE.
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars What a let down! June 16 2011
By P. Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I really thought this would be a great true life adventure program/show, instead it was a long, 30 day hiking trip with the participants doing not much but arguing the whole darn time. It was like a bad reality T.V. show in my opinion and I was ready to see somebody get voted out! There was little about the guides mentioned too and it seemed they were just after thoughts when all said and done during the whole expedition. There was not much in the way of history mentoned along the trip either as I would expect and would have liked. I found it odd too that boats and donkeys were always just available when they were needed in the middle of knowhere. It was a real bad idea adding the part each time the four explorers jumped into a Subaru (sponsor I guess?) that had well panned camera shots of the vehicle before they drove off and around populated areas. May as well had Subaru stickers on their foreheads the whole trip and by the way, what happened to the others in the expedition? Did they get into a cattle truck for their ride or did they get a Subaru too! They just seemed to arrived somehow at the other destination. It also seemed like it was an after thought as well to include the guides and poreters in the celibration at the end of the trip at Ujiji. I would think that Bombay, Sir Richard Burton and Speke's explorer African guide, must have received more kind attenton. Expedition Africa could have been a great program but fell terribly short in my opinion. Bummer!!!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Just OK April 26 2011
By Aaron K. Adkins - Published on Amazon.com
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I have traveled to Africa many times (South Africa (3), Kenya (3), Mozambique (1) and Zimbabwe (1)) and read a biography on explorer David Livingstone within the past year. Knowing this, a friend recommended this DVD to me.

The concept is great, recreating Stanley's expedition to find Livingstone. But the reality show format gets old quick. There is too much time spent listening to the latest "drama," some of which appears to be made up or exaggerated.

I felt that of the four characters, Benedict and Kevin were weak. Kevin was billed as a seasoned war correspondent. He seemed way out of place and in over his head. So, the billing seems exaggerated. And Benedict just seemed to not be focused or engaged.

I also did not like that much of the journey was covered by car (to be able to cover the 970 mile journey in 30 days).

The travels across Tanzania were interesting enough to get me to finish the DVD. But I was left wanting much more.
5.0 out of 5 stars For Only the Hippest of Nerds!!! Jan. 3 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I found this worldly band of explorers to be intriguing on many levels. The expedition was as astounding as that of Stanley.
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