The White Planet
The White Planet or in French, La Planète Blanche, is a 2006 documentary about the wildlife of the Arctic. It shows interactions between marine animals, birds and land animals, especially the polar bear, over a one year period. The fragility of the Arctic is hinted at as a reason to prevent climate change. It was nominated for the Documentary category in the 27th Genie Awards in 2007.
The Arctic's changing seasons and the impact on the region's flora and fauna is studied in this nature documentary. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The White Planet torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: It was cute and funny. I loved the wolf pack
(ru) wrote: For the most part, a very informative and well-assembled documentary.
(it) wrote: Speaking of "Damsels in Distress:" Violet(Greta Gerwig), Heather(Carrie MacLemore) and Rose(Megalyn Echikunwoke) recruit new student Lily(Analeigh Tipton) into their cause. Said cause being suicide prevention. Which they intend to do through donuts, coffee and tap dancing. When that does not work, there is always busting down doors which they do when they rescue Priss(Caitlin FitzGerald) who claims she was only glum. Otherwise, Lily is content with being the third wheel to Xavier(Hugo Becker) and Alice(Meredith Hagner). With "Damsels in Distress," writer-director Whit Stillman manages to prove once and for all that he has his head jammed firmly up his backside with dialogue that no human being would ever say in the real world in his hard hitting expose of cliques on college campuses. Out of that there are maybe a couple of nice moments.("Did you stay at the Motel 6?" "No, I stayed at the Motel 4. It was cheaper.") Plus, the movie has a rather cavalier attiude towards mental illness. Well, since the spoken word had no chance, then maybe Stillman should have made a musical with this material which he hints at repeatedly until the musical number that finally arrives too little too late.
(it) wrote: There is business in everything, but this business as they say in the docu is booming.It's an allright docu, it doesn't give much info that you could have deducted yourself, but its interesting to see the timespan and the growth/demand in this kind of business.He is an interesting person, and tells his/the story very vivid, and I think he really enjoys his work, even though it has down sides.
(au) wrote: An amzing movie and an amzing directorial.. something different after a long time
(de) wrote: complete crap. low budget, bad script, crap acting
(ag) wrote: Lymelife is set in the 1970's, and it is a powerful film about how two surburban families are unhappy, and how a broken marriage destroys a family that was once happy. The film is called lymelife, and that is due to (Emma Roberts) father, having lyme disease, which you get from a bite from a little bug. The disease makes you very depressesd, it causes headaches and halucinations. Tho that is only a little aspect to this movie, instead the movie is really about relationships, a marrige that is falling apart and how the family deals with it, and the situtaions that these two different families go through on a daily basis. The film is produced by (Martin Scorsese), so if you do end up watching this than you are going to expect to see alot of domestic and unsettling moments, which brings out (Alec Baldwin's) most powerful performance that I personally have ever seen from him. Since the film focuses on two families than ofcourse something is going to happen that involves both families. (Alec Baldwin) starts having an affair with (Emma Roberts) mother, due to him well getting bored of his own wife, and she is geting bored of her husband due to him always being sick with lyme disease. The chidlren of the two families played by (Emma Roberts), and (Alec Baldwins) son, played by (Rory Culkin) who are both around 15 years old, have been best school buddies since they were very young, and as they both find out what their parents are up to it actually affects them in a big way, and makes them become very close and more than just friends. Im not going to go over everything that happens in the film, because I dont want to give all the plot details away, tho I will just say that this movie does a very good job at focusing on what family members and friends go through in the hard times and how they get out of the hard patches. I enjoyed the entire film, I found that everyone acted very well, especially Alec Baldwin, Emma Roberts (who is beautiful) and Rory Culkin. Something happens at the end of the film that either works or it doesnt work, im still not to sure, tho either way the movie as a whole works.
(br) wrote: Looks interesting, and sassy. I love sassy!
(gb) wrote: Yawnfest starring Lenny Henry with an American accent playing a white guy for most of the lm. Nuff said.
(mx) wrote: Wim Wender's most memorable English speaking film is essentially an emotionally restrained, beautifully shot Kramer Vs. Kramer on wheels, with a little bit of art-deco thrown in. After being found on the brink of death, Travis reconnects with his brother after four years of estrangement, and as Travis slowly recollects the memories of his life, he embarks on a quest with his son to find his wife, Jane, he walked out on, and reunite his family. The plot reads like a Sparks heartfelt tearjerker, but the on-screen delivery is something to behold. It moves at an unhurried pace, allowing you eyes to linger on the beautiful nothingness of Paris....Texas, your ears to absorb Ry Cooder's memorable score, all while Sam Shepard's script unravels smooth as butter. Surprisingly tense as it moves to the climax with calculated precision, everything from the father-son bonding, to the tireless search for Jane, all builds up to one of the best scenes in cinema history, with Nastassja Kinski stealing the show.
(de) wrote: Nowhere near as funny as it thinks it is.
(ca) wrote: The only reason I gave this a 1 star is because it did make me laugh. This was supposed to be a horror movie and it was NOT. Awful movie but if you must see it wait until you can rent it for $3.00 don't waste $10 at the movies.