A Turtle's Tale: Sammy's Adventures

A Turtle's Tale: Sammy's Adventures

A sea turtle who was hatched in 1959 spends the next 50 years traveling the world while it is being changed by global warming. Born on a Baja, California beach in 1959, new hatchling Sammy must do what his fellow newborn sea turtles are doing: race across the beach to the ocean before they are captured by a seagull or crab. Thus begins Sammy's incredible fifty-year ocean journey. Along the way he meets his best friend, a fellow turtle named Ray, and overcomes obstacles both natural and man-made while trying to fulfill his dream of travelling around the world. Throughout his voyage, Sammy never forgets about Shelly - the turtle he saved on his first day and loves passionately from afar. Based on the actual trajectory of a sea turtle's life, the film illustrates the dangers humans pose to the species' survival. The film combines entertainment with an important environmental message.

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A Turtle's Tale: Sammy's Adventures torrent reviews

Thomas B (ca) wrote: Metaphysical nonsense masquerading as science and conspiracy and Mozart saves the world. Lame plot.

Marcy R (ru) wrote: These people ignored their lizard until it starved to death and or died of thirst. Their fish died presumably because they never fed it or cleaned the tank. Can't get past that. Won't watch the rest. White trash at its worst.

Nicole N (gb) wrote: Dear Bruce Campbell: I love you, you are THE MAN!!

Marjee y (au) wrote: This just... excites me to no end.

K V (es) wrote: There were two characters I found somewhat interesting or amusing, the jewellery salesman (Rowan Atkinson) and the old rock star (Bill Nighy).The rest of the movie was mostly just men in higher positions falling in love with women inferior to them. Very clichd storylines, hard to understand how some people find this movie romantic.

Doux V (nl) wrote: I related to this movie on so many levels. So I guess my review is kind of biased.

Shane D (au) wrote: It's good to see Eastwood duke it out with a Malkovich nearing his prime. Some of this hasn't stood the test of time, particularly the relationship between Eastwood and Russo, but Malkovich's turn is great and as an early 90's political thriller, it's prett-y good.

Rachel B (jp) wrote: For fans of Hitchcock-style suspense melodramas, and the woman's films of the 1940s, this film is a must see. It's not Hitchcockian in technique so much as mood and psychology. In fact, there's nothing special about it in terms of technique, but it's a really interesting little film.

Ryan W (fr) wrote: I think Arnie should just stick to shooting the bad guys