Main subject of Serengeti is the mass migration of wildebeest , which in search of nutritious grass hundreds of kilometers annually by the savannah draw. At the end of the rainy season, they break into a huge herd of over a million animals on the north. The wildebeest and other animals are joining the migration, as zebras and gazelles , continuously exposed to hazards, particularly by predators such as lions and cheetahs . A highlight of the great migration, the crossing of the Mara is: There, the wildebeest have to overcome not only meter high cliffs, they are also crocodiles delivered. With the onset of the rainy season, however, leave the wildebeest north again what had long been a mystery. The reason for this is that the grass in the north a phosphorus deficiency , and said thus wildebeest forces to retreat to the south.
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(au) wrote: gorgeous film creative in artistry and storytelling took a very painful subject Pot Pol and the destruction of humanity and emphasised the important lessons about love and what is free will
(mx) wrote: You get your money's worth of surreal quirk but also pleasingly awkward comedy in this plucky Britflick, the dark tale of a family who bury a complete stranger.
(jp) wrote: It's the Tetris equivalent of The King of Kong. Of course I love it.
(fr) wrote: Ian Fleming was in this unit.
(nl) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies.. Brenda Blethyn and Alfred Molina shine as the childhood sweethearts in this typical British bedroom farce. Christopher Walken is a riot as an over the top funeral director.
(mx) wrote: A very well-paced and exciting man-on-the-run thriller.
(de) wrote: This is a great movie expecially for its time back in 1998 if you have not seen this movie I strongly suggest you watch it very entertaining funny keep your attention the whole way
(au) wrote: I watched this movie when I was a kid and I still love it today. Michael J. Fox is the BEST!!!!
(mx) wrote: more Comedies! more Proverbs! more Rohmer!
(br) wrote: I used to work with a guy who talked about this movie all the time. I had never heard of it before, but as a fan of westerns I decided to give it a chance. As a western I think it was a hell of lot better than some of the "classics" like Django, but I don't think it's something I would grant a second viewing. I don't think there's anyone I could successfully recommend this movie to. The western fans would be too uncomfortable with Divine and my more open minded friends don't like westerns.
(mx) wrote: Not great. I expected it to blow my mind with the cast. But their hardly in the flick. Its kind of a silly explanation at the end, which i could let go..............but i expected more.
(us) wrote: It's certainly far from perfect as a police procedural, but it's still sufficiently taut and the interplay between Steiger and Poitier couldn't be better.
(jp) wrote: I have never had a guilty pleasure. If I like a movie, I don't feel guilty about it. And why should I? Because of public opinion? Who cares about that? However, when I finished watching Killer Workout (Aerobicide), I felt something deep inside my stomach. What was that? Is that a tinge of GUILT? For the first time ever, I have a guilty pleasure. Anyway, on to the movie. Killer Workout basically takes two big things during the 1980s (aerobics and slasher movies) that couldn't be any farther apart and combines them. It's so ridiculous, it borders on parody. The killer wields a giant safety pin (!) and just stabs people with it and it's hilarious how everyone seems so defenseless about this 5-inch long needle that doesn't seem lethal at all. Huge fist and kung-fu fights break out randomly multiple times during the movie. Director David A. Prior crams so much corny 80s music, leg warmers, and leotards into one film that I couldn't believe my eyes (and ears). Gorehounds beware; there is very little bloodshed even though there are a few gory bits. In the end, I really could not believe I liked it. What makes the combination of bad music, aerobics, and slashing so compelling? The truth is, I don't know.