This feature-length film reveals what it is like to live and work at the bottom of the planet, in Antarctica, for a full year. The story is not from the point of view of scientists, but of the people who spend the most time there; the everyday workers who keep the stations running in the harshest place on the planet. Filmed over 15 years by Frozen Planet photographer Anthony Powell, the film features a unique insiders point of view, with unparalleled access, and never before seen stunning footage of the deep Antarctic winters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Antarctica: A Year on Ice
Filling the giant screen with stunning time-lapse vistas of Antarctica, and detailing year-round life at McMurdo and Scott Base, Anthony Powell’s documentary is a potent hymn to the icy continent and the heavens above.
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Matt R (br) wrote: not entirely accurate...still sort of fun...... could have been much better
Kevin S (nl) wrote: This is the worst movie ever. Do not even think about watching it. It's a morally corrupt film that basically advocates stealing. In addition, Stella is a devote Christian. If you are a Christian, which I am not, you will be disgusted. Stella is a theft who is caught and tried while her trusting Canadian employers do not see her sick deceitful ways. Along the way Stella corrupts an innocent Hindi girl to conform to her illness. This movie is CRAP!
Abe B (au) wrote: This movie is the answer to a question no one asked. Ok I get that it's supposed to be slow moving and reflective, but what it really consists of is holding a handheld camera out the window and showing buildings pass by as they drive to the woods. Or you're looking through the windshield at two yellow lines on the highway. These guys both appear as total losers, and the man-sized toddler (Kurt) stumbles around aimlessly and makes his friend Mark even pay for the pot before they leave! It's assumed that Mark also ends up buying the gas, the beer, and probably breakfast at the little dive the next morning. If the film is supposed to be so scenic and beautiful, why did they end up camping out in a junkyard? The next half of the movie consists of the bobble head with the pink shorts stumbling around in the woods, and the guy with the Volvo and the dog follows along behind him. Finally they end up at some cabin, get naked, and take a bath in separate bathtubs while drinking beer and snoozing. The bobblehead tries to give his friend a backrub, which his friend resists, until he gives up and just lies there letting it happen to get it overwith. Finally they head back home, and we see more scenery as they drive back to the city (at least this time they don't get lost). It ends when the guy with the Volve drops off his friend, he drives away, and the bobblehead gives some homeless guy a dollar. End of movie. THIS HAS TO BE THE MOST BORING MOVIE EVER PRODUCED!
Francisco L (nl) wrote: Little Miss Sunshine has a narrative stuffed of cliches, a predictable narrative and the strong cast can't save this movie, that, despite its great soundtrack counts with puny gags.
Eric B (ru) wrote: Un film que j'ai bien aim. Bas sur un rel scandal sexuel au coeur de l'glise catholique de Boston. On nous prsente les pripties juridiques d'un avocat hors du commun sans toutefois oublier de nous prsenter, d'une faon saisissante, l'histoire des victimes de ces prtres pdophiles.
Colton M (ca) wrote: Jeff Bridges, John Goodman AND Bob Dylan for fuck's sake! What more could you possibly want? As it turns out, a whole heck of a lot. This was a misstep.
Benny G (fr) wrote: Gotta love Sammie in this.
Rachel M (fr) wrote: it was cute, funny n romantic. why does the successful single woman Neve Campbell date with a married guy Dylan McDermott? money? she has money. attraction? ugh... Matthew is so much better except his orange hair. loli watched this movie again on 3/17/13. i like Mathew's orange hair. haha my values are changing. one thing i don't change my value: go for a single guy! :)
Stuart K (fr) wrote: Directed by Alex Cox, who around this time had had trouble making The Winner (1996), which had been recut by the producers, and he missed out on making Richard III (1995) and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) due to creative differences. However, he'd been gathering funds to make this quirky comedy, written and produced by Cox's wife Tod Davies. It's very weird, but it's a rewarding experience. We begin in Liverpool, where American art dealer Bennie Reyes (Miguel Sandoval) arrives at a labyrinth of a hotel where he struggles to find his room. However, in the abandoned restaurant of the hotel, he meets fellow art collector Frank King (Cox), who suggests they go out on the town to look for better food. However, this is difficult because Frank is a vegetarian, so they look for food in Liverpool, but they soon find themselves in a districts of Liverpool which looks just like Rotterdam, Tokyo, Hong Kong and rural Spain, in search of something to eat, they cross paths on their odyssey with another arts dealer Leroy Jasper (Robert Wisdom) as well. There's something a little bit pretentious about this film, but part of it see's Cox back in his native Merseyside, which he would revisit for his historical/futuristic acid trip Revengers Tragedy (2002). But there's something oddly amusing about the whole film, it's not perfect, but you can make out what Cox's intentions are throughout the film.
Dustin A (kr) wrote: I can't believe people are so split on this movie. Donnie Yen does a fine job as director and his fight scenes may have been a bit different for the time but a ton of people have stolen the style. (Specifically american martial arts movies) I'm not a big fan of Choppy, kinetic-you can't see what 's going on- zoom in fight scenes but compared to today's standards it's actually quite minimal here. In fact there's a nice mix of it with slow mo. Plus Donnie deserves credit for trying to be original and pushing boundaries.
Muffin M (ag) wrote: A cartoonist adopts the identity of his own wing creation - Condorman - and, suddenly, his life explodes into high-flying adventure with more fantasy and excitement than all of his comic strips put together. stars Michael Crawford, Oliver Reed, James Hampton, Barbara Carrera, Dana Elcar, Vernon Dobtcheff and Robert Arden.directed by Charles Jarrott.
Nicola W (us) wrote: A reasonably good chick flick. Same old story really where a girl and guy meet through a set up but end up falling in love and the good old happy ending. Enjoyable watch for a lazy Saturday
Squall C (au) wrote: Kung-Fu THIS, bitch.
Ashiya L (fr) wrote: interesting... entertaining.. not great...
Yenyen D (br) wrote: I'm a sucker for femme fatale. Let the good old times roll.