Billabong Odyssey

Billabong Odyssey

Action sports documentary that follows the industry's best big wave surfers as they travel the world searching for the largest waves that nature has to offer.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:travel,   technology,   wave,  

Action sports documentary that follows the industry's best big wave surfers as they travel the world searching for the largest waves that nature has to offer. The journey spanned 18 months, 6 continents and produced up to 70 foot waves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jamie C (gb) wrote: A low 3 and a half stars but 3 and a half stars non the less, There's virtually no action but it's still gripping and the story is well told, The effects were great 90% of the time, The acting was good by Will and Jaden, Ok it would of been better if it had a better director and they used the alien plot more but still very under rated and should of got a little more praise.

Orlok W (de) wrote: Much funny ado about nothing and everything--Smart-arsed !!

Huw G (it) wrote: Dreadfully hamtastic period serial killer potboiler.

Edmund P (br) wrote: Tied as my favorite Pixar alongside Docter's other masterwork Inside Out, Up soars off the screen with humor, imagination, and breathtaking beauty. It's a heartfelt fantasy peppered with delightful characters, a fitting villain, and a hero whose dreams of nostalgia are challenged by the arrival of new adventure. Yet it is also a genuine experience of time marching on, and coping with past losses so they may not hold back your present. In its comedy, it can be cleverly silly. In its drama, it can be painfully heartbreaking. And in its total runtime, it stands soundly and confidently as pure Pixar magic.

Filius S (nl) wrote: Sean Connery returns as MI6 agent James Bond in the second adaptation of Ian Fleming's spy series, this time facing off against the clandestine criminal organization known as SPECTRE. The adventure takes Bond to Istanbul, and then a cross-country escape aboard The Orient Express. Bond begins the film by being informed by MI6 that a Soviet intelligence desk jockey has fallen in love with the agent, and that she is willing to defect and offer a cryptographic machine known as a Lektor as her bargaining chip; on the condition that Bond is the one to pick it up. Agreeing to meet in then neutral Turkey, Bond sets out for his rendezvous armed with a spy briefcase that has all sorts of neat tools built into it. He's going to need it too, because unbeknownst to MI6, the whole plan has been orchestrated by SPECTRE in retaliation for killing their agent Dr. No in the previous installment. From Russia with Love is a much more intense film than Dr. No, offering more espionage, deadlier adversaries, brutal fights, political intrigue, and higher stakes than its predecessor. That budget has also been doubled, allowing for better locations, and more creative choreography, including a fantastic fight on a train that is one of the most claustrophobic and memorable in the franchises history. The supporting cast is memorable, and offers both charming allies and cunning villains that are stirred into the mix, including the highly patient and extremely efficient Donald "Red" Grant, a former SMERSH operative turned SPECTRE enforcer. The film is also memorable for introducing many 007 tropes, like the pre-opening credit scene, the previously acknowledged spy gadget, and a lyrical theme song for the film that differs from the Bond Theme in No. TL;DR - 8/10 The franchise stays in good form with the sequel, offering some fantastic action sequences and plenty of suspense. The evolution of From Russia with Love after Dr. No is well executed and gives serious momentum to the series, and introduces plenty of villains for Bond to face in subsequent editions. A must watch for fans of the 007 films and action fans alike.

bernard a (br) wrote: For pulp melodrama, NORA PRENTISS has one hell of a premise. Never-you-mind that the story would ever fly in real life - considering the art of modern crime forensics...but back in the 1940's - well, just possibly...maybe?!? It's best to view this film in a 1940's perspective to better appreciate the film's denouement - but if you enjoy the occasional pulpy crime melodrama as much as I do, well NORA PRENTISS may just be your cup of tea. Dr. Richard Talbot (Kent Smith) is a successful doctor living in San Francisco who has settled into a comfortable daily routine. Every morning he gets up at the usual time and eats breakfast with his wife, Lucy (Rosemary DeCamp) and two teen-aged kids, Greg and Bonita (Robert Arthur and Wanda Hendrix). He arrives promptly at his downtown office every morning at 9 and goes home every evening at 6:30. His routine is interrupted one evening when a woman, Nora Prentiss (Ann Sheridan) is injured in a traffic accident just outside of his office. Dr. Talbot treats Nora's injuries, which prove to be minor. Nora happens to live in an apartment across the street from Talbot's office and Nora confesses, "I've seen you before...from my apartment window...as a matter of fact, I set my clock by you" - Talbot is surprised to find that Nora is familiar with his daily routine. ...and so begins the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Talbot incorporates Nora (who works as a nightclub singer) into his daily...err, make that NIGHTLY routine. Talbot's wife notices the change in her husband - who comes home later and later in the evenings. This goes on until Nora decides that she has had enough of being "the other woman" - especially when Talbot tells her that he might see her less often: - "I...I may not be able to see you as often as I have...", Talbot tells Nora. - "Oh...wouldn't it be better if you stop seeing me altogether"? - "No...of course not. It's...it's just that... until I can work something out..." - "You mean you'll see me when it's convenient." - "I didn't say that"! - "That's what you meant." - "Nora please...it's difficult for me. Don't you understand"? - "Sure I understand. But this concerns me as much as it does you. You're tired of sneaking around corners...making excuses. Well, so am I..." I like Ann Sheridan...but I just can't picture her ever playing a truly evil character. Not in a Bette Davis type of evil, anyway. Even when Sheridan plays "tough" or "sassy" - she comes off sweet too. I'm not sure I can classify her role as "femme fatale" in NORA PRENTISS. We just feel too much sympathy for her character for that (as exemplified in the above exchange). On the other hand - it is Dr. Talbot who will make the drastic decision. Unable to tell his wife he wants a divorce...a scheme literally falls into his hands when one of his patient suffers heart failure. A scheme that will enable him to leave his wife... and live happily ever after with Nora...or so he thinks. The film contains some nice archival footage of the streets of San Francisco circa 1940's. I recognize a lot of the streets and always get a kick seeing how much the city has changed since then. I had to rub my eyes upon seeing NO TRAFFIC whatsoever on the upper deck of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. 8

Justin M (ca) wrote: Nicely shot with great camerawork. The story is pretty inconsequential. I understand why people love Clair so much, but I am kind of indifferent.