Search for the Great Sharks

Search for the Great Sharks

A journey into the land of sharks. The old myth of swimming killing machines is put against the true nature of those rather peaceful hunters, whose evolution ended in biological perfection millions of years ago. We accompany expeditions of Dr. Eugenie Clark and Rodney Fox, who have studied sharks since the 1950's.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:38 minutes
  • Release:1995
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:shark,   imax,  

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Mike B (gb) wrote: Makes some compelling points, but seems overly-reliant on a few pseudo conspiracy theorists. Appear to lack in-depth understanding for the industries incentive structures and ignores the pros in favor of the cons. Could afford to be less one-sided.

(br) wrote: Saw this as part of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival. Using the backdrop of traditional wedding festivities in Serbia and Albania this film explores the issues relating to migration in Europe. I was slightly disappointed because I felt the film didn't expound on those issues enough and instead spent too much time on the wedding scenes..

Chris S (gb) wrote: I really don't know whose great idea this was for a film: "Let's have three plain, aging comedians run around a beach full of tan, fit young people! For 84 minutes!" Instant hit?!? No.

Chris Q (br) wrote: fun family film one that everyone can sit down to and enjoy

Bevon T (jp) wrote: I actually like this movie...I thought that it would be like any other love story...but the it wasn't...the best thing...there was no in my book! I loved it...and still do!

Sanjay T (it) wrote: A slow story which is a lot!

Sean D (jp) wrote: With two of the most unlikeable leads in gay cinema, the only thing that saved this movie were the stereotypical gay lessons to the stereotypical straight Italian mafia...and it was nice seeing my old friend, Flotilla DeBarge. If it weren't for that, this movie would have been a waste of my time.

Alex K (de) wrote: 1958 Was 34 Years Old In 1992 And 1923 Was 69 Years Old In 1992.

Kyle E (us) wrote: Departure from standard Michael Keaton fare...especially since it kind of turns itself on it's head in the third act, but if there's anything I learned from this movie, it's that if you are Michael Keaton, and you are a cop, you can rob from the rich and pay off your new house...and everything will be a-ok. Still a solid flick though.

Hugo G (us) wrote: I liked the fact that it had some gore and suspense, but also it had shock value which I really enjoy. Also, I though the acting was good overall. However, I did feel sometimes like the movie was too long, maybe because of its long shots and confusion of the plot, but it all payed of excellently in the end with one of the most unexpected and twisted endings I have seen in a horror film, or in this case slasher film. I really liked a lot the different twists it had throughout the movie but mostly the ones in the end, because it felt very original and unusual, and even though it also felt a little bit silly and not believable, it still managed to surprise me big time and to really shock me multiple times.

Steve S (us) wrote: I want to add that Fassbinder was a great admirer of Sirk and was Corresponding with him. "Ali" was Fassbinder's artistic response to Sirk's "All That Heaven Allows." There is a great interview of Sirk where he speaks about their relationship. I believe it's on the Criterion edition of Sirk's "Written on The Wind." Sirk was impressed by the way Fassbinder, the film critic, identified Sirk's unique use of lighting. He was not as pessimistic about human nature as Fassbinder, especially after he came to America and experienced American hospitality. He urged Fassbinder to come to the U.S, but he never made the trip. I agree with one film critic who called "Ali" Fassbinder's most tender film.

Trevor L (ag) wrote: Video Nasties aren't all that great. Don't know why I expected this one to be. Rob Zombie, you tricked me again!!!

Ashley H (fr) wrote: Run Silent, Run Deep is a powerful film. The pacing in the film is good. Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster give solid performances as our boys in the silent service. The screenplay is well written. Robert Wise did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed this motion picture because of the drama and the action. Run Silent, Run Deep is a must see.

Carl T (nl) wrote: While the main characters and villain certainly aren't all that interesting, the film takes more time to showcase its side characters who are the real stars of the film. This is Tim Burton's best visual aesthetic and given his roster of films, that's saying a lot.

Nora S (jp) wrote: Simply the best film ever made hands down. No matter how many times I see it, it still has me in stitches at certain points and tugs my heart strings at others, and it's so complex & detailed both visually and emotionally I often notice new things I didn't notice in the previous hundreds of viewings. This movie proves that Will Ferrell can actually ACT, and isn't just a free traveling peep show. Tina Fey is brilliant as always, they should have voiceover actor/actress categories at the Oscars, and if they did Will & Tina would have won. The film should have won best animated feature, as good as How to Train Your Dragon was it wasn't good enough to beat this. DW should have released it a month later, coming out in November it was passed over by many who were saving money for Christmas and they couldn't even justify it as a holiday family event film. I've met a few hard core fans of Ferrell's who hadn't even seen anything about it years later, DW did a pathetic job of advertising it. Everyone I've ever told about it, some of whom I loan a DVD to, has loved it, and watched it multiple times too. If you haven't seen it, you must. You won't regret it.

Krist V (it) wrote: Niet slecht, tweede helft film wel veel slechter.

Mark Karl H (ag) wrote: Extremely strong and memorable drama in which Peter Finch and Glenda Jackson share bisexual artist Murray Head and the complications this arrngement throw up for all concerned. My abiding memory is of Glenda making a cup of coffee from the hot water tap in her dingy flat taking a gulp yelling "argh!" in disgust before dumping the cup in a dirty sink full of pots. Brilliant.

Sherman W (ag) wrote: It's cute and fun. Totally a sort of B movie but I liked it