|Lowest Recommended Age:||4th - 6th Grades|
|MPAA Rating:||Not rated|
|Nudity/Sex:||References to reproduction|
|Violence/Scariness:||Some mildly scary images|
|Diversity Issues:||Diverse characters|
|Movie Release Date:||2014|
|DVD Release Date:||June 9, 2014|
Neil deGrasse Tyson’s marvelous “Cosmos” reboot comes out on DVD and Blu-Ray this week and it is well worth adding to every family and classroom library. It is a very worthy successor to Carl Sagan’s classic PBS series of the 80’s, updated to make use of the latest technology and to present the most exciting discoveries about our world and the worlds beyond.
Dazzling graphics, mind-blowing outer space images, and clear, frank presentation of core principles of the scientific method not only cover what we know but why we know it. We also learn about the fearless men and women who made these discoveries, with nothing but passionate curiosity and fierce intellectual integrity to guide them. We learn that answers are important but that it is questions that drive knowledge forward.