Retrace the groundbreaking footsteps of Charles Darwin with a young scientist as she explores the biological diversity and unique geologic history of the Galapagos archipelago. Using the magic of IMAX® and IMAX® 3D technology, plunge 3,000 feet into underground lava tubes, soar over the peaks of 5,000 foot volcanoes and encounter an abundance of marine life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Galapagos: The Enchanted Voyage
Part adventure, part scientific expedition, part personal quest, and part fantastic voyage, this unprecedented non-fiction film takes audiences on a journey with marine biologist Dr. Carole...
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Sean L (it) wrote: Back to the pond for Pixar, where we find things largely unchanged from the end of 2003's Finding Nemo. As the continually-forgetful blue tang Dory has a sudden enduring flash of her childhood, a rush of recall, she gathers the clownfish for one more globe-spanning adventure. The setup is a little soft, lingering too long in the shadow of the first film, but eventually we break free of that sentiment and forge a new (if similar) identity for the sequel. The closed-in landscape of an aquatic themed zoo/amusement park feels a bit claustrophobic at first glance, but as hijinx ensue and we learn more of Dory's early years, it all fleshes out nicely. No shortage of colorful new characters there, literally and figuratively, not the least of which is Ed O'Neill's escape artist "septipus" (having lost a tentacle in the touch tank), who treads dangerously close to becoming a deus ex machina with his versatility. O'Neill brings his usual disgruntled pessimism to the role, though, and some genuinely clever sight gags using the creature's natural assets go a long way to smoothing that over. He's overly convenient, but we're always glad to see him again. Witty and fast-paced, with a good mix of gags for the adults and their kids, plus a potent dose of the studio's famed poignancy. I laughed, I misted up, but I never quite fooled myself into thinking it was superior to the first.
Justin J (it) wrote: Since i realized the movie was based on real story, i couldn't help looking for the real sources from the internet ! The world is so crazy and i assumed must be very regretful for what he have had done. now i feel scared.
Marcia C (jp) wrote: Got to love it, even just for the over-the- top gay wedding scenes.
JeanPhilippe G (au) wrote: Excellent ending to an excellent series, although the final break could have been included in the fourth season instead of being a movie just for the sake of making more money, but if you are a fan of the series than you definitely must watch this.
Stewart A (ag) wrote: The always beautiful Gong Li co-stars as the tragic wife of the cruel emperor (Chow Yun Fat),who must tolerate him,then schemes against him.
Whatsit T (kr) wrote: Looks like Robert Iger, the current president of the Walt Disney Studios, is taking the "Air Bud" franchise too literally. Why, Disney, WHY?!?! Why must you make a direct-to-video spin-off to the 1997 classic "Air Bud"?!?! At least the "Air Bud" didn't have computer-generated puppies who make unfunny fart jokes and stereotype black people. Not like this. This sums up why 2006 wasn't a good time for movies. It is one of the worst movies of 2006 among "High School Musical", "Zoom", and the remake of "The Shaggy Dog". Especially for a direct-to-video. This movie is about five puppies to try to save the day and rescue their Dad Bud and Mom Molly. My biggest problem with the movie is the characters. Let's talk about them, shall we? BUDDHA: The leader of the Air Buddies. He is racist because he is owned by an autistic American kid in a Chinese house! BUDDERBALL: The greediest of all the Buddies. You just can't excuse him for his behavior. I'm sorry. And of course, he makes fart jokes. And fart jokes are NOT funny, except when used in "Family Guy", "South Park", and "Ren & Stimpy". MUDBUD: Needless to say except that he rips off Pig Pen from the Charlie Brown series. B-DAWG: Probably the most racist out of all the Buddies. He is racist towards black people. He talks like a freakin' rapper for God's sake! Definitely the worst of the Buddies. ROSEBUD: I have to admit, she is my favorite out of all the Air Buddies, even though the whole franchise is retarded. Avoid this movie and its sequels at all costs. Avoid it like the plague. Phew, this is probably the longest review I've ever written, eh? Final Score: 10/100 (Horrible)
Has S (mx) wrote: I think this story is real , & I think the US goverment are hiding incidince that UFO are real .
David M (gb) wrote: Probably the most honest and well done movie i've seen all year.
Turtleboy G (nl) wrote: This was a pretty decent movie at times. I mean, sometimes the comedy was bland and the story was sort of being pulled away from the movie itself, but most of the comedy was very effective. I actually found myself laughing out loud at times. I also thought the story was kind of stupid, of course, hence the movie is called "White Chicks". I also thought the acting was good. It was mostly the fact that some comedy was bland and the fact that the story was sort of being pulled away from the actual movie itself kind of made the movie a little bad. Other then that, fun comedy that had some good moments.
Cameron S (us) wrote: The fact Takashi miike is my favourite director probably means there is something wrong with me, but that doesn't bother me as the joy I get from watching someone sitting around with what looks like a condom on there head is endless. Also nice to see Kenichi Endo without something up his ass.
Ignacio C (fr) wrote: In Spanish with subtitles. I saw this movie at a local art house theater. Great movie.
John Y (de) wrote: It's an alright family film. I've seen better though.
Jacques D (us) wrote: An enjoyable movie, excellent acting, and a few endearing characters.
Brian R (br) wrote: My favorite movie of all time. Admittedly not for everyone, but I find every scene opulent and enchanting.
Orlok W (de) wrote: Searing Character Study--An absolutely wonderful sleeper!!
Owen D (ru) wrote: Ok cheese, but not very exciting. Best part was the police chase.
Timothy N (mx) wrote: It's not horrible by any means. The laughs are few but, there's a moral to the story so.... there's that....
Dolors J (mx) wrote: 29%? how heavy...this is crazy. You're insane, critics. It deserves, at least, a 40%.
Alfredo S (au) wrote: I, Robot has a confusing plot, but in its defense it has Will Smith's presence, acceptable special effects, and some unforgettable factors in its characters and story.
Michael S (de) wrote: One of the few ghost based movies that I've enjoyed. It wouldn't play as well today, but for the time, it was probably considered quite good. Like most movies from that time, it could've used some more fleshing out.