Chasing Ice

Chasing Ice

When National Geographic photographer James Balog asked, “How can one take a picture of climate change?” his attention was immediately drawn to ice. Soon he was asked to do a cover story on glaciers that became the most popular and well-read piece in the magazine during the last five years. But for Balog, that story marked the beginning of a much larger and longer-term project that would reach epic proportions.

The National Geographic photographer James Balog spend years in Greenland, Iceland and Alaska in order to capture pictures of ice crashing off the glacier. His project prove the effect of global warming to the glacier and won Satellite Award for Best Documentary Film. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rudra M (de) wrote: Not a bad film, but awesome performance by Kelen Coleman

Christopher C (nl) wrote: This movie was made so Sony could keep the rights to the Spider-Man movies and keep him off the MCU Sony did not do a good job. I know the special effects are great and there are some good performances but this movie is just ok.

Kieran L (ru) wrote: The story of my early 20s only with less booze, more animals, self aware characters and a happy ending.

Kilgore T (de) wrote: A neat little Canadian indie film. I caught this one on APTN one night, and was stunned at how cleverly well it was put together. In the tradition of Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Pulp Fiction, with a noirish take, the story follows a con man in many troubling situations, full of many twists and turns, where all the characters interact at one point or another in the film; one characters gain causes another's struggle and vice versa. The distinctive lighting and film stock utilized set a somber mood.

Curtis D (ru) wrote: Made over a period of years by a fella who never made a film before, this is surprisingly professional and digs deep into the myth of one of the 20th centuries most prolific and disturbed writers.

Stijn v (au) wrote: Die Another Day marks the final return of Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, but also proves that not every Bond-movie is a good movie. Die Another Day is wildly seen as one of the worst movies ever made and even Bond-fans agree that it's the worst movie of the series. Whoever, I think that there are some fine scenes hidden in this action-thriller. While Brosnan's main babe is played by Halle Berry, Rosamund Pike is a very interesting Bond Girl. Pike plays the villainess Miranda Frost and she later betrays Bond while their confronted by the movie's main villain: Gustav Graves. Die Another Day was not only Pike's first big screen appearance, but she is also a high light in this weak movie. Pike is the only actress in this movie that actually manages to deliver and she plays her role in a real seriousness that we aren't used to yet. Like any other Bond-movie, Die Another Day has a lot of action-scenes. The action-scenes from Die Another Day are sadly ruined by bad CGI-effects and the only enjoyable action scene is the fencing match between Bond and Gustav Graves. The scene were Bond uses a door to escape from a tsunami is just laughable. Director Lee Tamahori definitely made some bad choices here. The movie also suffers from a weak and unconvincing story and a pour script. Characters aren't flashed-out and they fall flat when they appear on the screen. This also isn't Brosnan's best performance as Bond and the supporting cast also delivers a weak job. Halle Berry and Toby Stephens are both extremely talented actors, but they are extremely bad in this movie. I think that the writers didn't took enough time to give the actors a good role and the actors had very less to work with. This is actually very sad, considering that Berry received an Academy Award a few years prior to Die Another Day. Die Another Day is too goofy and the CGI-effects ruins most of the action-scenes and the inclusion of SCI-FI elements (like the invisible car), make Die Another Day a laughable movie. Luckily, James Bond manages to recover and strike back in 2006's Casino Royale.

Ryan J (de) wrote: This is one godard film that i can say that i was very dissapointed in.

Scott C (au) wrote: This was bad, but not THAT bad. Sandra Bullock is adorable. Also, the director is really talented.

Ivan S (nl) wrote: Amazing movie especially the special effects that they used on this sequel like the first one that look real no CGI effects.

Blake P (de) wrote: As a movie lover not familiar with the famous Broadway version of "Barefoot in the Park," I can say that my lack of knowledge may have bolstered how much I liked this film adaptation. It could be said that it is basically a filmed play, but even then, it's so enjoyable and funny that the fact that it's so character-driven isn't distracting. Jane Fonda and Robert Redford have great chemistry, and both give great performances to boot. The film follows a young married couple, Paul (Redford) and Corie (Fonda) in the first few weeks of their marriage. As both are in their early-20s, they are inexperienced as adults, and being married is another difficulty. Paul is a type-A lawyer, while Corie is spunky and free-spirited; their union is blissful, even if they don't have too much in common (and their brand-new apartment is on the fifth floor, with no elevator). Corie doesn't want anything to get in the way of her so-far perfect marriage, so when her doting mother (Mildred Natwick) butts in, she has to scramble to make everything lovely again. Even viewed almost fifty-years later, there's something about "Barefoot in the Park" that is still refreshing today. It's somewhat of a romantic comedy, but the focus is less on trying to make us feel warm and fuzzy inside. Instead, we can't help but pray that hopefully the marriage of Paul and Corie will eventually work out in the end. They're such likable people: they're young, attractive and witty, and they're played by two actors who have an ample amount of charisma. Because we act as voyeurs to their marriage, we can see that their personalities don't always match up. Since we learn to enjoy them (and it isn't hard, believe me), it doesn't take long for us to care about them, and that's a key part to films like this one. Neil Simon's screenplay is near-perfect, as it has a excellent balance of stinging humor and drama that isn't overbearing. The dialogue flows without any trouble, and the characterizations are simple but effective. The romance between Paul and Corie is often times sweet, but the focus is less on cuteness and more on the difficulties of an early marriage. To have a screenplay can be so often times funny but also so human and realistic is very tricky; but Simon handles it in a way that makes it look easy. "Barefoot in the Park" is an underrated classic movie that is simple but entertaining and effective. They certainly don't make 'em like this anymore.

Ice R (us) wrote: Fonda deserved the Oscar.

Samson S (fr) wrote: Morgan Freeman is a national treasure!!!!!!............this cat could play a pimp and still be a character that is sympathetic and that the average man could relate too...yall remember this flick?