Alaska: Spirit of the Wild

Alaska: Spirit of the Wild

Alaska... Here, in this vast and spectacularly beautiful land teeming with abundant wildlife, discover the "Spirit of the Wild." Experience it in the explosive calving of glaciers, the celestial fires of the Aurora Borealis. Witness it in the thundering stampede of caribou, the beauty of the polar bear and the stealthful, deadly hunt of the wolf pack.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:41 minutes
  • Release:1998
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:bear,   wilderness,   alaska,  

A look at the Alaskan wilderness throughout the year, from the harsh winters to the rejuvenating spring, and the animals (including its human residents) who learn to adapt to the extremes ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Alaska: Spirit of the Wild torrent reviews

Ennis Brokeback L (it) wrote: Boring. It had a few nude scenes but beyond that this movie has very little to offer.

Andres V (ca) wrote: Apesta este intento de comedia sexual con el clsico dilema gay entre amigos de diferente sexo. Tonta, aburrida y absurda.

Alain G (fr) wrote: Spijtig dat ik geen sterren in min kan geven... Stomme film, hoe ze daar geld durven voor vragen begrijp ik niet!

Sonny P (es) wrote: en lista med "bra" svenska skdespelare som slutar i en inte s lika bra film. Ljuspunkten i filmen var ju det att man fick sig en glimt av Scorupco's tuttar ;)

Leland P (it) wrote: really loved this. Was a nice sweet soft romantic comedy. And the chacters were very belivable and likeiable. So i thought this was very good.

Nart H (nl) wrote: yes it's very beautiful

Private U (it) wrote: SEE! Clowns and drugs!

Patrice A (us) wrote: Taiwanese-Japanese movie.

160887 W (kr) wrote: I saw the movie "Kundun" recently, directed by Martin Scorsese. This movie was somewhat reminiscent to that of "The Last Emperor" (the movie depicting the life of Puyi). But rather, takes on more of a religious perspective, showing the life of the 14th Dalai Lama. The movie was set in a beautiful location, with magnificent views of the Tibetan mountainous region. The music really went well with the visuals. It didn't draw attention nor did it put me to sleep. The graphics and setting of the film was spectacular and one of the best. I especially liked the scene when Kundun was washing away the sand mandala. The costumes of the Buddhist monks were very well detailed and interesting. I enjoyed the serenity of the backdrop, which really gave a relaxing feel to the film. I felt that this movie left out a lot of significant parts of the the Dalai Lama. They left out how his life after his exile, which I think is important as to the development of him today. It should include scenes where the Dalai Lama was appealing to foreign countries for refuge and aid. The actors of the film were good portrayals, especially both of the young and middle-age Kundun. The only bad portrayal was of Mao Zedong. The actor didn't really resemble him well and his acting as Chairman Mao had gone overboard. The entire movie revolved mostly around the Chinese Communist Party claiming Tibet and forcing the Dalai Lama out, instead it should focus more on the Dalai Lama's spiritual journey at the same time. The theme of government against religion is significant in today's ever changing society and I believe it was well filmed. There should be a balance of Dalai Lama's religious influence yet at the same time showing his history. The film had it's good points especially the fascinating process of finding Kundun and how he dealt with other people. This film is more suited to those who enjoy a great historical depiction of a man who went on a religious journey influenced by politics of the Chinese Communist Party. The also had brilliant scenery. This is definitely one of Martin Scorsese's best films so far.

Luis G (de) wrote: I thought I would like it better than I did

bUTTERFLY pRINCESS (br) wrote: where can i get this movie? best movie of all times

Chris N (de) wrote: This is a satirical look at 80's Britian. It is f'ing hillarious. Funny movie

Ike N (gb) wrote: Although I respect the creative intentions behind "Even Dwarfs Started Small" and the liberties taken by Werner Herzog, I must admit that this is a film that is not intended for average movie-goers and mainstream audiences and struggled to captivate my interest: "Even Dwarfs Started Small" is a German film set in a dismal institution wherein dwell several midgets, dwarfs and other "oddities" who are frustrated with being tormented and exploited and decide to rebel against the keeper of the institution. The film is essentially an allegory for how although revolt may be empowering, it also has the potential to infringe on the civil nature of man.These disturbing elements within the film are used to draw a parallel between the events depicted within the film and the prevalence of certain real-life upheavals (Vietnam War, German wartime atrocities, etc...). As the plot of the film continues to unravel, we find the characters engaging in reckless and aimless behaviors in an environment that is very much reflective of the characters' mental state. In the midst of obtaining much unchecked freedom within the institution, the characters begin to engage in reckless and trivial behaviors that essentially include animal torture, environmental destruction, animal crucifixion, peer humiliation, and various other activities. As we witness these activities that occur in an institution that lacks authoritarian control and social stability, I would venture to state that it becomes more apparent as to how the psyches of the characters are just as dismal and disordered as the environment they are submersed in. Werner Herzog uses these elements to draw up considerations pertaining to the perplexity of the human experience and the external factors that influence it.Unfortunately, these ambitions and creative intentions of the film are the very things that burden the narrative and impede on the average audiences' interest in maintaining an emotional investment in the story itself. The film's blatant disregard for the conventions of traditional narrative and the redundancy of its quirky antics causes viewers to lose sight of the statements being suggested within the film and will most likely leave them feeling confused and uninterested rather than intrigued and engaged.

Iain B (de) wrote: Some English stereotyping bordering on racism but good fun and brought back memories of my childhood, video games not racism

Mark S (ca) wrote: Wish I'd checked out the reviews before watching this. A load of lazy boring rubbish.