Finding Atlantis

Finding Atlantis

Using satellite photography, ground-penetrating radar and underwater technology, The film, Finding Atlantis, was screened by the National Geographic Channel in the US and fronted by Professor Richard Freund, from Hartford University in Connecticut. Professor Freund explained how he led a pursuit to find the lost civilisation, believed by many to be an ancient Greek myth, by using deep-ground radar, digital mapping and satellite imagery. He contends that Atlantis, described by Plato in 360BC, in Spain's DonaƱa National Park, north of Cadiz, and was wiped out by a giant tsunami. Plato wrote it had been destroyed by a natural disaster in 9,000BC. Experts are now surveying marshlands in Spain to look for proof of the ancient city.

  • Category:Documentary
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  • Uploader:BushCuLan
  • Country:USA
  • Director:Graeme Ball
  • Writer:Charles E. Anderson, Graeme Ball

Could the fabled lost city of Atlantis have been located? Using satellite photography, ground-penetrating radar and underwater technology... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Finding Atlantis torrent reviews

Ramses C (jp) wrote: Road movie, dramedy espectacular.

Mark D (de) wrote: I like this movie a lot, it has the 2004 Pontiac GTO sports car. The movie was great.

Alyson E (nl) wrote: I liked it; very real .. raw. Made me laugh too =]

Ali Akbar F (fr) wrote: Silly fun or Stupid i dunt know which term to use her , if Bollywood had Razzie Awards then Kareena would have won it hands down! xD

Alex D (au) wrote: Very underrated comedy - It manages to tribute while affectionately parodying comedies of the 60's - while working as a good comedy on its own terms.

Fred M (us) wrote: This is a bad movie, but that doesn't mean that it's not worth watching. The film clocks in at barely 50 minutes. The musical numbers might be a tad hard to stomach, but the plot line is an interesting take on the popular parody song of the same title.

Katy D (es) wrote: dysfunctional but beautiful, i like!

Snehil W (fr) wrote: "He Said, She Said" is not bad movie. It's one time watch for sure.I was little bored during the few parts of the movies. The movie lose the grip in few parts and works good in few parts. In few sequences.. Emily perkins is awesome. Usual relationship stuff mixed with mediocre comedy and storyline is "He Said, She Said". The story is based on relationship, fights, Romance, fun.. etc etc.. usual stuff.Kavin Becon and Emily perkins are well suited for the roles. Sharon Stone is a complete delight to watch. I would say.. there are better options available. Watch it once.. and forget.

Kevin R (de) wrote: Get out the fire hose A young couple on their honeymoon makes the trip to a hotel overlooking Niagara Falls. Shortly upon arriving they encounter a strange couple. The wife is beautiful, loose in her ways, and appears to want to leave her husband. Her husband is jealous of his wife's loose ways and stalks her every chance he gets. When murder appears to be part of the strange couple's recipe for happiness, the young couple find themselves caught in the middle. "When we have a fight and make up I never want to leave your side." Henry Hathaway, director of True Grit, How the West was Won, The Sons of Katie Elder, Shot out, Circus World, and From Hell to Texas, delivers Niagara. The storyline for this picture is very good and impressively intricate (it reminded me of a Hitchcock film with its thriller and murderous feel). The acting is amazing and the cast includes Marilyn Monroe, Joseph Cotton, Jean Peters, and Max Showalter. "She sure got herself an arm full of groceries." Niagara was a movie I came across while flicking through Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and loved the premise. Marilyn Monroe was awesome in this role and the entire cast played perfectly off her charisma and unpredictable nature. I loved every second of this film and strongly recommend seeing this gem. "She's a pretty girl. Why hide it?" Grade: A

Chris O (us) wrote: After studying Brighton Rock for my AS film studies class, and with the re-make on the near horizon, I thought a review of the original, and classic, film was needed. There are a number of things about this film that are great, and a couple of minor issues I had that cause it not to be regarded more highly by myself. The plot is great, and uses many devices that come standard with any gangster thriller. Pinkie Brown is a 17-year-old criminal who after his boss' death, hunts down a journalist who was partially responsible. In a reckless disregard for the safety of his mob, and himself, he kills the journalist in cold-blooded ruthlessness. After the killing, he realises that a middle-aged woman is trying to solve the murder. However, there is also a young woman who also knows that he was involved with the journalist's death, and the only way he can silence her is by giving her his love. The story is great, and many of the plot devices used have become the standard for almost all modern gangster thrillers. The acting is particularly great, with Richard Attenborough excelling himself as the afore-mentioned Pinkie. He manages to maintain a sense of detachment and downright recklessness through-out and uses his acting talents to great effect. We see this interesting character move through many different emotions, and Attenborough manages to capture each one perfectly. The terrifying nature of Pinkie is shown a number of times and Attenborough manages to keep the character realistic. At no points in the film does he overact, every scene is brilliantly acted. The supporting cast are also very good, with Hermonie Baddeley with the stand out performance as Ada, who simply won't let Pinkie get away with his crime. Now we move onto the cinematography. Perhaps the most striking aspect of Brighton Rock, apart from Attenborough's performance, is the cinematography. Each shot is crafted beautifully by the director of photography (Harry Waxman) and manages to capture the menace and terror that Pinkie emobodies wonderfully. This film noir cinematography goes perfectly with John Boulting's directorial style, creating a beautifully eerie film. The only problem I had with the film was the final scene. Perhaps in 1947 the viewers wanted a happy ending, but I would have preffered to have Pinkie's true feelings be revealed. 9/10

John B (br) wrote: The story of a cow and all the problems it caused by burning down a major city. This was an early attempt to create a disaster film and there simply wasn't the technology available to make a decent go of it.

Ethan W (jp) wrote: While the art and emotional depth of the film are undeniable, I had a real hard time getting around the plot of a man nearly murdering his wife after a torrid and not at all secret affair with another woman, realizes that's pretty messed up, and then makes it up to her by taking her on a date. I understand that's not really the entire point and the movie is an emotional roller coaster (which I rode) all conveyed silently and masterfully with great acting and superior art direction. I will give it credit for all of that. But at the end, all I wanted to do was look at those two and say "REALLY?? Did that really just happen?"

Lars P (ru) wrote: Just crap, like most movies with Ben Affleck. Just complete and utter crap.

Kevin R (br) wrote: May God have mercy on your evil soul.A foreigner that has settled in America has his family arrive and he is excited to get them to his new home in the west and finally settle down together; unfortunately, their stage coach to their new home also has a man and his friend recently released from jail. The men kill his wife and son and the foreigner quickly gets revenge and kills them. He intends to move out of town when the brother of the prisoner arrives and swears revenge. The foreigner will not be able to get out of town without quickly being identified as the man responsible for the death of the brother."Out here when you're offered a drink, mam, you drink."Kristian Levring, director of Fear Me Not, The Intended, and The King is Alive, delivers The Salvation. The storyline for this picture is very well told and contains wonderful characters that are easy to root for. The settings and feel are also perfect. The acting was splendid and the cast includes Mads Mikkelsen, Eva Green, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Jonathan Pryce. "Your death is going to buy us some time."This was recently added to Showtime Anytime and I had to add it to my queue. I've become a fan of Mads Mikkelsen and found this to be a unique and fun role to watch him in. The action and characters are very entertaining and I loved how the story came together. This is the best modern western I've seen in awhile and I recommend seeing this film at least once."Once you've all had your way with her, cut her throat."Grade: B

Kelli R (br) wrote: Saw the ending coming a mile away, but I liked it!