Mysterious and only superficially explored by generations of the native Aborigines, Australia's Great Barrier Reef is one of the world's most extraordinary natural life systems. Twelve hundred miles long and made up of coral, it is the Earth's largest structure built by living things, in some places extending 120 miles into the sea. So many varieties of life call the reef home that more than a dozen species can be found within any square meter of its surface. This IMAX film brilliantly captures the visual splendor of this environment with splendid underwater photography typical of the format. Sharks, sea turtles, anemones, and the coral itself are the living subjects of the camera's probing eye. Overall, this documentary is a comprehensive look at this long-studied web of life that leaves a lasting impression of its depth and beauty.
Mysterious and only superficially explored by generations of the native Aborigines, Australia's Great Barrier Reef is one of the world's most extraordinary natural life systems. Twelve hundred miles long and made up of coral, it is the Earth's largest structure built by living things, in some places extending 120 miles into the sea. So many varieties of life call the reef home that more than a dozen species can be found within any square meter of its surface. This IMAX film brilliantly captures the visual splendor of this environment with splendid underwater photography typical of the format. Sharks, sea turtles, anemones, and the coral itself are the living subjects of the camera's probing eye. Overall, this documentary is a comprehensive look at this long-studied web of life that leaves a lasting impression of its depth and beauty. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dailiesel M (au) wrote: excellent movie great job..
Sukhman C (ag) wrote: Fucking awesome zom com, bollywood. Hooray!
Jacob S (us) wrote: It was a lot more interesting than I thought it'd be.
Matthew D (us) wrote: the only proof that this films exists is the name. Sounds intresting. maybe perhaps a romantic comedy. or a tragic film. who knows? Gonna try and watch it...
Matthew R (us) wrote: This movie was alright. I agree with the review that said "nothing really happened." And they got quite a few of the Catholic things wrong that seemed like it would have been easy to get right with about 2 minutes of research. Disappointed with the ending.
Private U (ca) wrote: started good, midlle and ending were dung.
Alex S (fr) wrote: This film is a failed abortion.
Emiliano R (mx) wrote: Muy interesante! Parece que la Iglesia pudo frenar la matanza de discapacitados durante el nazismo, por eso un qumico de la SS y un cura, que por todos los medios intentan frenar el holocausto judo, creen que el Vaticano es el nico que puede lograrlo, pero se enfrentan con la respuesta de silencio "cmplice" por parte del Catolicismo, que los hace tan culpables como lo genocidas.
Codie E (it) wrote: A rebelious and spirited little film that obviously says a lot about counter youth culture in Reykjaviik but it is also a little too juvenile, pitching itself closer to Human Traffic than Trainspotting.
Aodhan R (jp) wrote: It's a fine movie with some very fine paced writing and storytelling of investigation. It totally lacks suspense 80%, but offers several thrills lasting a few moments throughout the different acts of the story. It's unlike any Detective movie I've seen before; I'm not saying it's something new: that it is something I've never seen before because I have and many times actually, but that aside there's something different about this movie to compare with other movies of the 'crime' genre. It manages to explore a fairly good level of investigation with it's two leads, played by an ageing Sean Connery and Wesley Snipes. It's fair to say the audience may have expected a fair bit of action to be depicted in this 'mystery solving' movie, but it still works well and there's a brief fight moment in the last few minutes of the movie - not good really, but ok.
Harry G (kr) wrote: It's more than simply "'The Mission' in Quebec", though that's no mean assessment to be starting off with. The production goes to great (and convincing) efforts to deliver exactly how alien, remote, complex and above all how cold 17th century Canada was to these priests-cum-imperialists with the image of deserted, plague ridden and frigid mission presided over by a single cynical sickly Jesuit summing it up rather well. It is not an enlightening post-colonial film of a decent man going native (a la 'Dances with Wolves'), rather an unforgiving rendering of the French role in the largest genocide in history from the point of view of a priest who lives amongst, but never properly understands his doomed flock. Less noble (and more realistic) than 'The Mission', less cerebral (and arguably easier to watch) than 'The New World', and simply better (and less grandiose) than 'Dances with Wolves', one feels its only serious flaw is that it's not in French.
Tim G (jp) wrote: I did like F/X a film where bryan brown plays a special effects man who is hired by the justice department to fake an assassination of a mobster played by jerry orbach who about to join witness protection program but after brown does his job a justice department employee tries to knock him off after they ends up knocking of his lady friend played by Diana Verona by mistake brown ends up taking on the entire justice department .brian dennehy gives a good performance a NYPD detective trying to find the truth
Grant S (us) wrote: Emotional, engaging drama.An alcoholic drifter, Mac Sledge (played by Robert Duvall), finds himself in a small Texas town. He gets a job doing handyman work for Rosa Lee (Tess Harper), a widow with a 10-year old son. Over time, a relationship develops between Mac and Rosa Lee and they get married. In due course it is revealed that Mac was a famous country singer with an equally-famous country singing wife, but alcohol ended their marriage and his career. After trying to turn his back on his former life, Mac now tries to reconcile his old life with his new.Interesting story, with a large emotional content. It doesn't grab you immediately - the setup is quite dry and fairly uneventful - but the movie develops well. Once it builds up a decent degree of momentum it is quite engaging.Was heading for a very profound conclusion but ends a bit abruptly. Sort of eases out, rather than goes out with a bang. Ending is still quite emotional, but could have been better. A more elaborate and developed conclusion was in order.Superb performance by Robert Duvall in the lead role (but that is pretty much a given). Flawed, sensitive heroes with large amounts of baggage are his specialty and here he pulls out all the stops. He well deserved his Best Actor Oscar. Surprisingly, considering his incredible talent and some of the amazing performances he has delivered, this was to be his only Oscar win, though he was nominated six other times.Good support from Tess Harper. Ellen Barkin, in one of her earliest feature film roles, puts in a solid performance as Mac's daughter.1
Steven P (kr) wrote: Michael Gough is brilliant through out as he plays the mad Dr. Decker so straight and saying some of the most ludicrous lines ever.
Eduardo R (nl) wrote: Filled with delighting performances and tension, Coldwater may not be the movie of the century but an authentic piece of work, indeed.
Stephen G (mx) wrote: A very unique and entertaining film with great performances from Frances and Macy.
Tony H (ru) wrote: It was very slow. I appreciate the depth, but it really didn't keep my interest.