From the unique vantage point of 200 miles above Earth's surface, we see how natural forces - volcanoes, earthquakes and hurricanes - affect our world, and how a powerful new force - humankind - has begun to alter the face of the planet. From Amazon rain forests to Serengeti grasslands, Blue Planet inspires a new appreciation of life on Earth, our only home.
On several Shuttle missions, Earth has been portrayed from places that nobody else could reach. We also get shown the different locations and the environmental problems mankind created ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Blue Planet torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Interesting story and development but sadly I found the lack in acting from some of the characters to lower the overall experience. The plot was also quite predictable so the twists did not really deliver sadly.
(ca) wrote: There's something not right about this documentary.It frames the soldiers as home-spun, good-natured boys with the bricks stacked against them in an almost-indefensible outpost in the middle of no-man's land. But no questions are ever answered.What were they doing there in the first place, other than provoking the locals?Was there any strategic reason to be there?Why does the camera linger so much on scenes when they break down and cry for their fallen comrades, then offer little judgement or lingering on the counterpoint moments when they're joyfully gunning down the enemy, celebrating that they made their heads explode - in full knowledge that that soldier's parents are most likely just down the road from them?How long can we hear about how demoralised, distraught and emotionally-scarred these soldiers are before we turn a single thought towards the people surrounding them?In essence, this comes across, to me at least, as a politically-motivated propaganda piece in the guise of a non-authorial documentary.For all that, it is interesting - but seldom compelling.I would recommend Generation Kill, which, albeit a reconstruction, is closer to answering questions about war than this.
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(it) wrote: Not all that enjoyable and yet you'll still get some laughs in there
(mx) wrote: Goodfellas meets Rounders with a Stellar Cast that includes Stuart Townsend, Gabriel Byrne, Thandie Newton, Jamie Fox, Melanie Griffith, Sly Stallone, to name a few
(kr) wrote: Twenty years on, and I stumble upon this film on Youtube, where someone has posted it in its entirety. What a serendipitous find! Heiner Carow (of ??The Legend of Paul and Paula??  fame), was a director well-known for putting off the East German authorities with his realistic, sincere portrayals of everyday life in a socialist country. Through the decades of his career he put Flower Power, rock music, and the transformative power of romantic love (even in the face of grim, drab reality) on the big screens of the GDR, giving those themes the attention and legitimacy they were essentially denied by the state. In 1989, his subject is homosexuality: in the first and only East German film to openly deal with the issue, ??Coming Out?? portrays a young man torn between the woman carrying his child and the man with whom he has fallen in love. Philipp (Matthias Freihof), a young high school teacher, meets a colleague, Tanja (Dagmar Manzel), a shy girl who falls hard for him, and before you know it, they are living together and she??s nibbling on pickled cucumbers straight from the jar, dreamily contemplating his naked physique while he sleeps. He genuinely cares for her, but then he meets a boy who also falls hard for him, and soon has to grapple with his conflicting desires and repressions, and come to terms with who he really is. It??s a passionate and moving story, honestly told, and Carow avoids any sensationalism or melodrama. In his commitment to authenticity, the gay locales he chose were real gay hangouts, clubs, and bars, and much of the background action is genuine, not staged. Many of the film's supporting characters are actual members of the underground gay cabaret scene of East Berlin, essentially playing themselves. Ultimately, this film is a film about love and honesty, and a powerful plea for tolerance, not only for the gay community, but for all minorities in East Germany at the time. It also offers a rare glimpse of the realities of life in East Berlin just before the fall of the Wall in November 1989 (when it was released). If you enjoyed ??The Lives of Others,?? where the era was artificially recreated, check out this film to see what it really looked like.
(de) wrote: No one will love movie making as much as Werner Herzog
(mx) wrote: 2/7/2013: Only watched 30 min, but it was bad. Horrible dialog!
(gb) wrote: Sexist and very much of its time and place but due to the talent of the two leads, both gifted comedic actors, and the peerless Thelma Ritter the film is amusing in a nostalgic way.
(kr) wrote: A bizarre trip through a woman's quest for freedom from her marriage. Fascinating, Fellini is something else.
(br) wrote: This may have been the first movie I ever saw as a special premiere, and although I was very young, I can recall this to this day. We actually lined up to see this in the rain in New York at the Radio City Music Hall. The movie itself was not very successful, and the lack of chemistry between the leads is evident as I watch it today. However, the story is actually pretty interesting, with the backdrop of the war and the coast-watchers. Seeing it much later as an adult, I found it had left deep impressions on me as far as movies. But Cary Grant was always worth watching.
(ag) wrote: I saw this movie a long time ago and this movie was not as good as I hoped! The land scape and great animals in the jungle. But then it takes place in the world. And King Kong fights air planes in the city. This movie was A little scary, the movie was 3 hours long which is stupid!!! I think I do not recommend kids watching this at all. I do like Mountain gorillas they are cool I think.
(it) wrote: Skip this one for higher quality movies!