Ultimate Guide: Dolphins

Ultimate Guide: Dolphins

Conveying a sense of freedom, fun, grace, compassion, peace and beauty, the charismatic dolphin appears to defy the laws of physics with its speed and maneuverability. Dolphins may possess a seventh sense humans barely understand.

Conveying a sense of freedom, fun, grace, compassion, peace and beauty, the charismatic dolphin appears to defy the laws of physics with its speed and maneuverability. Dolphins may possess a seventh sense humans barely understand. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Chris G (kr) wrote: A well constructed documentary that shows a low unknown muisician and how he unknowingly revolutionized the world. The soundtrack is the documentary's strongest feature, causing the viewer to fall in love with the musician in question.

Bilal M (es) wrote: this movie was a marvel of poor direction, cheesy graphics, lackluster plot and a brilliantly executed murder of a what could have been a great movie franchise. I had decent hopes for this movie but the unconvincing acting of the cast except Saif, the very poor choreography, and the poor animation ruined it for me. at best I would give this movie a B-

Kerri L (fr) wrote: Vs Thor, 2. Vs wolverine, 5.

Private U (ru) wrote: not such a good movie of siddharth. I HATE ILEANA!!!

Christian O (kr) wrote: Quite simply put; this is the MOST UNDER-APPRECIATED FILM EVER . It is without a doubt one of the most clever, hilarious, spot-on comedies in film history. Beautifully shot in LA, (but my goodness; it sure looks like beautiful downtown Canada!) Jokes? Well, all anyone needs to know is that it stars Howie Mandel. Do you NEED anything else? If it has any flaws, and I don't think it does, it's that some of the actors are out-classed by the others. For example, the casting of the older man, some dude named Sterling Hayden, (sounds like a foreign currency. "How much is that vase, sir?" "Why, it's fifty pounds Sterling Hayden!") not a good choice. And, since that actor hasn't appeared in anything recently, I'm lead to believe other people agree with me, too. And who is that DJ? Granted, his witty on-air banter is pitch perfect, (he goes, he goes "You're all right, you're okay. You've got the Nozzle Nick." ....but I've never seen him before. If I didn't know any better I'd SWEAR that Kiefer Sutherland used HIS time machine to age himself, then go BACK in time to appear in this film. That disc jockey is the spittin' image of an older Keifer.I don't want to ruin your viewing by telling you the great jokes contained, but I'll tell you just a couple. In one scene, two characters are running downstairs, and they almost run into a fat guy. To of the blue ( and you might want to hold your stomachs so your guts don't fall out of your body after reading this, the guy goes, "Hey, I'm Larry Mundello. You guys seen the Beav?"I'm sorry. I had to sit down for an hour after typing that because the tears from laughing too hard were making it hard for me to see. And a we all know, it's not too safe to drive when you can't see. So, I had to pull my Vega over to the shoulder. Now that I'm finished crying, I can drive and finish this review.It makes me very angry though. I mean, Robert Altman gets all this praise. Yeah. Like he's the one who invented having a long cast list and disparate scenes strung together like his famous turkey "Mashville," I think it's called. Now there was a movie I hated. I hated it because when I rented it, the movie inside the box was a different movie altogether! Why would Altman do that? I mean, I rent one of his movies, and it turns out that he tricked me, and made me watch Lady and the Tramp. Maybe Altman didn't want people to watch his infamous turd of a movie because he knew that everyone would call it a "Gas" ripoff, which it most certainly is. Look at the poster for "Mashville," then look at the cover art for "Gas"! HmmmmAnd I think that disc jockey (wait...thinking about him makes me feel like I may have to pull over again. No...I'm going to keep driving. I got a long way to go, and a short time to get there. I'm eastbound. Boy! Watch the Bandit run! Really! Watch him!) looks like the guy from Altman's stinky Korean War movie.Yeah, that's right! Altman ripped off his entire career from this movie! I can hear you saying it right now that okay, maybe "Gas" came out way after those Altman films. But how do YOU know that Altman didn't have a time machine, go to the future, watch "Gas" a million times, then go back and make his monstrosities? You don't know that. Maybe he did.I'm getting sleepy. I think I'll end this review. But first let me type this: If you want a comedy, and you are someone who prefers their comedy to make them laugh, then this is the movie for you, my friend. It's got everything but the kitchen sink! (I never understood what that saying rant. Can anyone help me?"

Dal C (us) wrote: This is a great movie, very well done and extremely interesting. I was very intrigued. Check it out if you get a chance.

Simon P (jp) wrote: More Danish darkness in a bleak slice-of-life drama, Nicolas Winding Refn lightens it up with a few of his showbiz touches.

Nick C (it) wrote: A brilliant social commentary on men from their jobs and roles to their romances and the grudges that stem from their take on the female sex, In the Company of Men does an excellent job balancing harsh comedy with the necessary drama in this bold statement of a film. This film masterfully captures two sides of the spectrum. On one is Chad; loyalty-less, brash, two-faced and full of quips and snide remarks, who seems to have a near obsession with the idea of giving an innocent woman the heartbreak her sex deserves. On the other is Howard, a man of higher rank in the company, yet undeniably poignant in appearing and behavior, a man who has recently had his heartbroken and simply tags along with Chad's dastardly ideas. The film plays out steadily and slowly the audience is forced to make a choice. Is Chad's plan of revenge still cruelly humorous or does it speak a horrible truth about men in that it's not enough to one-up someone, rather that person needs to be taught a lesson? Ultimately, In the Company of Men takes a look at not only how men act with men, but how they act when other men aren't around and speaks the tough, but undeniable truth of what kid of men prevails in today's world of business and romance. Aaron Eckhart is heinously relentless and started his career of with a bang.

Paul J (fr) wrote: Good movie about how the Irish try and gain their independence from England.

Davey M (kr) wrote: Wow. One of the best American children's films ever. Uses the formula to offer a fairly wide-ranging (and still entirely family friendly) view of a time and place, giving voice to the voiceless populations of pre-WWI Britain: the poor and poverty-stricken, the soldiers, the women, the animals (of course), even a traveling dwarf puppeteer (Peter Dinklage)--and, most especially, children. It's smart, sensitive stuff, beautifully woven into a remarkable script, executed with jaw-dropping production values and terrific performances (O'Toole in particular), completely earning the sentiment--by the end it packs quite a punch, integrating the birth of Christ (who, after all, came first to the shepherds and the animals) into what is already a deeply and compassionately democratic story. Extraordinary stuff.

Ben G (jp) wrote: Both corny and funny.

MacDara C (us) wrote: (Watched Sat 03 Mar 2007)

Sara E (us) wrote: While the movie is tense, it's more like 3 different plots packed into one. Landing the plane at the end felt like a completely separate movie.

Greg R (es) wrote: I understand the controversy of it's time, but I think this is one of Hitchcock's most underrated films.

Nicolas I (gb) wrote: Basically J.D taking on family responsibilities. Quite enjoyable.