To the Arctic 3D

To the Arctic 3D

A journey into the lives of a mother polar bear and her two seven-month-old cubs as they navigate the changing Arctic wilderness they call home.

A journey into the lives of a mother polar bear and her two seven-month-old cubs as they navigate the changing Arctic wilderness they call home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


To the Arctic 3D torrent reviews

Pourya E (ru) wrote: This is perhaps the first movie that I have seen being about a young girl running away from a miserable life and finding nothing but peace and happiness in the porn industry! I am not saying that it promotes the wrong values or morality, but in the end it comes across as an excise to flaunt the perky breasts of miss Hinshaw. Not that I minded that!

David K (au) wrote: Dark, funny and with some outrageous moments. A non-typical chick flick

Kevin M (de) wrote: A moving and emotional documentary about gays and their place in the Bible. It's scary but essential to witness how many people blindly follow Christianity and it's Bible.

David K (de) wrote: This movie did not make much sense!

Steve G (gb) wrote: This is the move The Tourist (Depp and Jolie) was based on and I haven't seen it. Anthony Zimmer is a very well directed thriller, there isn't any dead weight here at all, pacing is excellent. The plot is uncomplicated and it might be unfair to criticize it because it works very well even if you'll most likely figure out the outcome. Definitely worth watching.

Calvin R (de) wrote: Superman Returns was great, solid script, great visuals. Bryan Singer gives Man of Steel welcome emotional complexity. Yea it dragged a bit, but it was very entertaining, Superman is a solid Dc film.

Patrick L (au) wrote: I enjoyed this film though it was rather racy with one scene of the team jumping, buck naked, into glacier waters only to find that there was no rope with which to climb out. It doesn't show how they get out or how long it took. I am glad I saw this film, mainly for Paul Gross and Leslie Nielsen, and I would recommend it too.

Private U (br) wrote: Not too many rat films. However, this one is the best.

Bradley H (jp) wrote: Although it's one Neil Simon's lesser known movies, I think it's one of his best and certainly his sweetest. Not much happens as far as the plot is concerned, but the magic is in the performances. Marsha Mason and Matthew Broderick are able to rattle off funny one-liners while remaining believable as mother and son.

Bruno V (mx) wrote: Ok there were enough killings but no real spectacular ones ! Entertaining but predictable...soft horror for me ! SOMDVD

Smashproplaya (ca) wrote: This is the greatest movie of all time

Mikel B (ru) wrote: An entertaining 80s horror-comedy from director Joe Dante ("Small Soilders") and executive producer Steven Spielberg, 'Gremlins' is the best of the 80s Monster movie genre, blending laughs with the horror. It has the feels of 50s horror B-movies, but a bit heavier in that tone. The thing I really loved about 'Gremlins' was that it takes place during the Christmas season, considering that if this movie took place on Halloween, Michael Myers wouldn't be to happy. Gremlins... Great fun. Just don't feed them after midnight.

Matt B (nl) wrote: Raised the bar not only for superhero movies but how we view the Villan. This much enfasis on the antagonist actually made the highest points of the film to be the ones where joker steals the scene. And I think with Nolan, he wanted audiences to connect with the Villan more than the hero. This movie really did take the genre by storm.