Our Universe 3D

Our Universe 3D

A documentary film using high quality stereoscopic 3D and exploring the secrets of our universe. All imagery is based on actual NASA data and astronomical research. The high-end stereo visual give audiences the first-hand experience of visiting real otherworldly landscapes. The 3D-team behind the Oscar-nominated "Pina" will bring the stars as close to you as no other documentary has ever done before.

Our solar system was the first to attract humans and filled their souls with awe and fear. At the same time brave minds had been curious about its nature and kept speculating about the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Our Universe 3D torrent reviews

Brandon T (ca) wrote: Not as interesting overall as the other Disney docs I've been watching lately, but to watch the corporate intrigue inside of a "family" company is fascinating.

Jim H (ag) wrote: Four blokes meet three birds, and when one delivers the titular sexual maneuver, they must decide how to handle the resulting murder.After the first half hour, the film descends into all the horror movie cliches that Cabin in the Woods satirized. But it's sexy and occasionally delivers a suspenseful moment or two. I don't like its predictability, and I'm uncomfortable with the fact that many horror film producers think more about odd, creative ways to kill characters rather than developing them.Overall, Donkey Punch is a horror film for all the good and ill that genre evinces.

Tony P (es) wrote: Jamie Lee Curtis is way over the top, especially with anything that had to do with her away at college daughter.....Not fun, Not funny, Not good

Heather M (it) wrote: I will pass on this one.

Irene C (nl) wrote: I love the sweetness and innocence of this movie. A movie that shows how old time love still can still exist today.

Adam M (es) wrote: Funny but I expected a little more complexity. Anyway, still good social satire.

Deborah E (jp) wrote: Oh boy i must confess the first few times io saw this fi,lm i too wanted them to raise the ship , however i was only 15 and didnn't know much about her , a good film great story and still a fave

Hayden H (ca) wrote: im not gonna lie i find this funny

Andrew B (br) wrote: Doesn't strive for perfection but instead at runs full tilt for scale. After TDK seemed to strive for a sense of reality, the sequel moves on and looks for epic mythological status. If you drop logic in favour of the purest sense of thrill