Question: Is Congo a good movie?

Although certainly not a classic or even 100% good, Congo is a cheesy, yet entertaining jungle adventure movie and is worth seeing.

Is the gorilla in Congo movie real?

Director Marshall admits, almost with pride, that there isnt one real gorilla in the movie.

What is Congo the movie about?

Scientist Karen Ross (Laura Linney) is sent by her father-in-law, mogul R.B. Travis (Joe Don Baker), to the Congo to determine the whereabouts of his sons missing diamond-hunting team. Led by expert guide Kelly (Ernie Hudson Sr.), Ross and a mismatched search party -- including primatologist Dr. Peter Elliot (Dylan Walsh), treasure hunter Herkermer Homolka (Tim Curry) and a gorilla -- discover a danger far more sinister than anything they expected to find, even in the heart of the jungle. Congo/Film synopsis

Is Congo safe for tourists?

The safest and most touristed areas of the country are Goma, Virunga National Park and Bukavu in in the east, and the capital Kinshasa in the west. Given that there are still serious security threats in the DRC for tourists, its best to visit with a tour company who will know how best to keep you safe.

How safe is the Congo?

Country Summary: While not common, violent crime, such as armed robbery and assault, remains a concern throughout the Republic of the Congo. The U.S. government has limited ability to provide emergency services to U.S. citizens outside Brazzaville.

Are humans built to eat meat?

Are our bodies designed to eat meat? In fact, the structure of your teeth demonstrates that humans are omnivorous, or able to eat both animals and plants ( 3 ).

Why is the Congo poor?

Poverty in Congo is vast and covers all areas of the country. This is mostly because the civil war displaced over one-third of the population. The return of natives to a weakened Congo led to many facing poverty and disease from poor infrastructure and government.

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