The discovery of a rare, well-preserve, juvenile, woolly mammoth provides an unparalleled opportunity to learn about this extinct species. National Geographic rides along as the full ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Mavrinac D (nl) wrote: The only thing missing here was Val Kilmer
Tamika R (au) wrote: I love Hannah Montana want to watch this love it <3
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Melissa A (it) wrote: love it will watch it over and over
melissa (fr) wrote: **it was awsome i just couldent take my eyes off the screen
Harry M (nl) wrote: Unbelievably good, unknown Uruguyan film. Just see it. It's as quirky as they get, but somehow struck a chord in me.
Adam R (jp) wrote: A deep and interesting psychological movie with great acting from Anthony Hopkins and Cuba Gooding Jr. (First and only viewing - 11/9/2014)
Don S (jp) wrote: Typical slasher movie made endurable by the ladies, Hewitt and Gellar. Phillippe overplays his role and Prinze underplays his, The twist is anti-climactic and the end is cliche. Astoundingly average.
Andrea B (it) wrote: El Clsico culpable!!!
Erik W (au) wrote: An interesting sequel while not the best story line, it was interesting enough to get your attention. The aerial photography was worth it alone, at least they used real airplanes in this one and not models and mock ups like in the first Airport. The characters aren't anything to jump up and down and scream about, they're pretty much average. They lacked the personalities of the original Airport. But visually this Airport is more interesting. John Cacavas provides a decent score to bring out the action in the movie.
Carlos M (mx) wrote: The classic of classics when it comes to musicals, a wonderful movie that is light, entertaining and funny with priceless dialogue and amazing choreography - and where even an out-of-place Broadway number is delightful enough to make us forgive it for being there.
Scott C (nl) wrote: At least Carl Weathers had charisma. Whatever happened to him?
Dylan D (nl) wrote: Embrace of the Vampire doesn't succeed beyond the superficial. It's unquestionably a good-looking movie, but that good look serves a purpose that's never fully realized. There's a good "purity" vs. "impurity" angle at work, but everything surrounding it feels so clich that it never finds much relevance beyond the immediate. Fans of the original will probably enjoy this one well enough, while newcomers might find a little bit of value in the sleek production and straightforward story.
Moya W (de) wrote: I really like the beginning of this movie but then I started to get a little disappointed. I remembered it being more exciting than this. But I felt that some things went a bit too fast and that the movie was a bit too hasty towards the end.
James H (ca) wrote: I like Shrek a lot. It is probably Dreamwork's best animation after the Iron Giant. Donkey and Shrek are hilarious together and the romance between Shrek and Fiona is well done too. This has a good soundtrack, some funny digs at pop culture and an important message about not judging a book by its cover.
Jayakrishnan R (br) wrote: 81%Saw this on 01/10/15Extremely well shot, that too in real locations (unlike the classical Hitchcock type movies) and with a stunning score, but however, this is by far not amongst the most suspenseful movies. It's acting is good, but not extraordinary. The film has good characters, but it's neither as emotional as many of the other classics and it ends up in a predictable fashion.
Daisy M (nl) wrote: i'm so glad i watched this. beautiful and creepy! sigourney weaver was fantastic.
Becky T (jp) wrote: Solidly average. Very interesting moments, but I didn't feel engaged for much of it.