Polar Bears: A Summer Odyssey

Polar Bears: A Summer Odyssey

Polar Bears in Hudson Bay struggle in a green world. Up close and personal, originally shot all on native 3D.

In Hudson Bay Polar Bears struggle for their life. This is a documentary which is worth watching . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lee B (br) wrote: I don't know how that boy managed to stay a 10 year old for 20 years?.. but this was dumb.

Ch2istophe2 D (ru) wrote: Really enjoyed this.

Mr Movie R (kr) wrote: Mark Wahlberg's acting is very con-"Vince"-ing.

Alice C (it) wrote: Can't believe i have only just seen this. Brilliant.

Kenneth B (us) wrote: A curious companion piece to F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu, it does make for an interesting double-bill. Defoe and Malkovich are clearly enjoying themselves in the Schreck/Murnau roles.

Michael A (fr) wrote: MEH by the 90's this series ran out of gas..with nothing new and basically a retread of the previous films...gone is the humor and with a much more darker tone.

Adam L (nl) wrote: If old school Jackie Chan flicks prove too trying for your tastes and you find his descent into Hollywood unbearable "Dragons Forever" is a great selection to seek out from the artist's mid-cycle. The third (and to date last) film featuring the Three Brothers (Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao) on screen together "Dragons Forever" houses some of the trio's tightest choreography under-cranked just one notch shy of ballistic. The script has a plot, too, and the gags have thus far withstood the test of time dissimilar to even Chan's best work.

max h (us) wrote: I would love to remake this movie.

Darren J (it) wrote: My favourite Carry On...tremendously funny from start to finish...great stuff :-)

Rachael S (mx) wrote: Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello