Queer Planet



IMDb Rating 5.1/10 10 827 827


Top cast

Andrew Rannells as (voice)
Sue Perkins as (voice)
4.04 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
Seeds 100+

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by xenq-49035 1 / 10

Not a good Nature Documentary

Just cheery picked cases that are already known by everyone but that is not the problem. There is no cohesion in this documentary and it is not entertaining to watch. It is like a Frankenstein's documentary made out of 16 other documentaries and most of it is people talking about stuff.

I don't understand how people can rate this with 10/10 unless they are just paid to do so. If you want to watch a documentary just stick with the good old ones. "Our Planet" is a masterpiece of nature documentaries or if you like sea go watch Blue Planet II.

I made a mistake and wasted my time on this. You can do better.

Reviewed by garbagebelly-29149 10 / 10

This is a must-watch for nature enthusiasts and anyone seeking a deeper appreciation of the world around us!!

This nature documentary is a stunning visual journey that immerses viewers in the beauty and complexity of the natural world. With breathtaking cinematography, the film captures the essence of diverse ecosystems, showcasing the intricate lives of animals and plants in vivid detail. The narration is both informative and engaging, guiding viewers through the wonders of nature with clarity and enthusiasm. The documentary's ability to highlight the delicate balance of our planet's ecosystems is both awe-inspiring and thought-provoking. This is a must-watch for nature enthusiasts and anyone seeking a deeper appreciation of the world around us!!

Reviewed by thiemkeyabigail 10 / 10

Love this

Not only does representation matter, what it's so imperative that members outside the scientific community know that the natural world is very queer. We need more of this. Over 70 different species of mammals alone have homosexual relationships and that's not even the baseline of it. Brava.

We are in a new era where film makers now need to show the truth of what the animal kingdom is. It's beautiful and unique, filled with queerness and has proven that biology is not an excuse to be homophobic. This is disproving the biology take on far right and homophobic views that homosexuality and transgender is not "right". I hope they stay mad.

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