Nature's Half Acre

Nature's Half Acre

Part of the "True-Life Adventure" series; follows wildlife in a meadow for a year. Won an Academy Award in 1952 for Best Short Subject (Two-Reel)

  • Category:Family
  • Stars:Winston Hibler
  • Uploader:MongDu
  • Country:USA
  • Director:James Algar
  • Writer:Winston Hibler (script), Ted Sears (script), James Algar (script)

The variety of wildlife in a meadow - particularly insects and flowers - is observed over the course of a year, through the use of microphotography and time-lapse photography. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ca H (mx) wrote: This rises above the formulaic cheesy chick flick it was marketed as, however it's attempts at a more quirky tone are only partially successful leaving it feeling decidedly uneven. Some scenes are well written, cool and humorous but others feel disjointed or corny. The relationships between the characters are strong, interesting, subtle and well-developed with some strong performances by the cast but the film most definitely sits oddly between the High School Musicals and the Junos. It is a really enjoyable watch though, with a great soundtrack.

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Jack A (jp) wrote: Call me immature, say that I have no taste in movies, abuse me but I stand by my word when I say this is a frigging hilarious movie. People need to lighten up.

Matthew M (ru) wrote: A fun expansion of the Toy Story premise,with kid-level plotting but intersting characters and some decent patches of humor.

Greg W (ca) wrote: 2nd and weakest of 2 movies spun off the hugely popular TV soap opera "Dark Shadows"

bill s (ag) wrote: Another Oliver Stone miss.Big,bloated and too full of itself waste of a talented cast movie.

MAhsan H (nl) wrote: simply classic! a must watch

Christian John V (mx) wrote: What has been a good start turned to a mediocre martial arts plus hammy love story blah. I got bored.

Dan M (jp) wrote: I've seen a few of those 70's cannibal horror flicks before and this one is about on par as far as the gross out level is concerned. It's a tough watch, but I've seen a lot worse. Not my kind of movie, but whatever. Also, I think this is the first time I've seen the actor's Twitter handles listed next to their names in the credits. What's that all about?