GREECE: SECRETS OF THE PAST, directed by two-time Academy Award®-nominated filmmaker Greg MacGillivray, is the stirring story of how a Greek archeologist of the 21st century is uncovering the secret history of his ancient ancestors who forged a society that continues to astound the world today with its ideas, inventions and achievements. Set against the breathtaking, azure vistas of the Greek Isles, the film merges a contemporary archeological “detective story” with some of the most advanced and painstaking digital re-creations ever undertaken for an IMAX® theatre film, with scenes that restore such centuries-old spectacles as the original Parthenon and the volcanic eruption that buried Santorini in 1646 BC.
The magic of ancient Greek civilization comes to life in a giant screen adventure! From the Academy Award-nominated producers of Everest, comes a dynamic tale of science, archeological adventure and discovery. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Manoj V (ca) wrote: Filled with dark & black humor this film explores the shaky grounds of morality. One of a kind. :)
Damon R (us) wrote: One of the best action comedy-dramas of the 80s, and it's a perfect companion piece to Planes, Trains & Automobiles.
Eric E (mx) wrote: Weird, dull, bad film, visually bizarre, which barely holds your attention. Steals from Road warrior, but plot is about a guy looking to replace his robot girlfriend, out in the desert. Yeah... Makes a lot of sense, huh?
Private U (au) wrote: Magic as film (vs. movie magic)
Scott R (fr) wrote: Unusual and controversial love story told through an MD.
Beth A (br) wrote: Definitely off the beaten path and ahead of its time.
Chrisanne S (de) wrote: Another favorite, with Scott and the little son of the chief making this a bit more fun. Less of a musical(amazing what the lack of second-rate cutesy songs can do for a film).
Bryan B (de) wrote: This was so much better than 12, almost as good as 11. The Dialogue was right on; very funny, very interesting. I recant my earlier note of not wanting to see it, 12 harmed the series. There is not as big of a twist like in 12, but there is. The way the plan was done was excellent, and this movie insulted that french guy again. Def you have to see this one.
Sasho M (fr) wrote: i dont feel that the acting was bad, just the whole concept and idea of this film was horrible. dragged out plot with no real gripping moments. woth seeing, but its not life changing.