The race to protect Earth's last untouched ocean, the Ross Sea Antarctica, from our insatiable appetite for fish. The film raises the simple ethical question: do we fish the last ocean or do we protect it? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Last Ocean
The race to protect Earth's last untouched ocean, the Ross Sea Antarctica, from our insatiable appetite for fish. The film raises the simple ethical question: do we fish the last ocean or do we protect it?
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Claudette A (br) wrote: A bit of a strange movie of a cult and the cult leader is from the future. Not really an entertaining movie.
Charlie G (gb) wrote: I really liked the series when it was going. Enjoyed this movie because I remember the characters with the usual misfit assignments.
Kedisha W (ca) wrote: I LOV3 THIS M0VI3!!!
Ian M (es) wrote: My favourite gay movie when I was a teenager because I could totally identify with it. Watching it back now it may be mildly dated, but it still makes you smile as it's so cute with brilliant actresses playing the mum and the girl next door. Extremely watchable and heart-warming (the play it's based on is just phenomenally written).
Steven O (de) wrote: Offbeat comedy that shows a much spunkier Jack Nicholson before the Something's Gotta Give days.
Michael O (jp) wrote: I took three views to get through this movie, without having to be offended or frustrated. It was a feeling of apathy that bounced around from scene to scene that repelled me instead. In a range of politically charged "surrealist" films, from Godard's late 60's period to the entire oeuvre of Alejandro Jodorowsky, there are weird and irreverent and provocative images that purposefully guide the viewer into a zone of alienation and strange vibes. Yet those films are made by filmmakers, at least in my opinion, that know what they are doing and use unconventional and challenging approaches to further logical thought. In other words, no matter how weird they get I feel like I'm in safe hands and that I'm being guided somewhere.This art film does have moments of brilliance: a gypsy candy boat lady seducing three amused children, surrounded by candy and the familiar squint of Stalin's eyes; a sex romp that travels from the Eiffel tower to a restaurant kitchen. There's also a lot of stupid moments smothered with artistic pretense that either I'm not getting or perhaps the imagery does little inspire any kind of thought. Any moment of life in the film, like those I mentioned, are punctuated with dumb gags that beat any potential meaning to a pulp. It's sloppy directing from a guy who evidently has visual imagination to spare. For all the interesting imagery in the frame there isn't a single interesting reason to use any of it.Still, I admire the form. It's an interesting bit of pop art. It also has a gentle appreciation for life and that's okay by me.
Orlok W (au) wrote: The masterpiece of murder mysteries!!
Karen B (de) wrote: I like how Reichardt sticks faithfully to her minimalist story and telling. I like the tiny indications that Kurt and Mark were once lovers, but that Mark has a wife and baby on the way; this tininess fits with the movie's minimalism. I appreciated how the men chose go different ways. But this is a story of how a powerless man in love is dumped by a more powerful lover. The strong dominate the weak, as it is always in life. I had hoped for a bit more compassion from art.
Ben L (es) wrote: It's been about 20 years since I originally saw Total Recall, but I don't know why I waited so long to watch it again. This movie has so many aspects that I absolutely love. It's in a sci-fi future world, it features an unlikely hero defying all odds, and it has a twisting plot that messes with your mind. I cannot express how much I love the fact that the movie continuously makes you question whether anything is really happening or not. I also adore the crazy practical effects. They use squibs to make the gunfire realistic, and awesome rubber faces for some of the gross-out moments. There are certain elements that aren't perfect, for instance I'm not a huge fan of the big machine being made by aliens, because that feels kind of contrived in the universe they created. But I connect to the story so strongly that I'm willing to forgive anything that might be considered a misstep. Arnold Schwarzenegger is perfectly fit for the role of Quaid, because he seems convincing as an every man and a secret agent. Naturally, Michael Ironside and Ronny Cox are brilliant as the villains as well. They always excel in those kind of roles, just like Sharon Stone who is an amazing femme fatale. If I were to complain about any of the stars it would be Rachel Ticotin because she doesn't quite convince me in her action sequences. Without question Total Recall is a movie that has a lot of ingredients I love, and I think it's one I should add to my collection so I can watch it again and again.