May 30th, 2011

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"Born to Be Wild 3D" is a heart tugging treat at the IMAX

With the financial success of **The Hangover Part 2,** **Bridesmaids** and **Pirates of the Caribbean On Stranger Tides,** the movie industry is feeling confident that people are returning to the movie theaters, unlike last Memorial Day weekend which pronounced the extinction of the community movie going experience as we know it. For the next two months, movie goers can enjoy the traditional summer blockbuster fare.

Off the beaten track at the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Discovery, one can find **Born to Be Wild 3 D,** a charming documentary about animal foster care in Borneo. On the six storey IMAX screen, one can witness two courageous women who take in orphan orangutans and elephants.

The visuals are pure poetry. We witness elephants playing soccer. Older orangutans teach the younger orangutans the value of swinging from trees and vines. The most violent portion of this documentary is uttered from the lips of Morgan Freeman, who explains that these animals are orphaned because of the greed of poachers. Of all the movies released in 3D this year, **Born to Be Wild 4D** may be the most heart tugging.