Het is het einde van het schooljaar, ook voor de rangers van de dierentuin. Maar...niet voor lang: de rangers gaan via een uitwisselingsprogramma naar het kleurrijke Afrika. Ze mogen meehelpen in het Wildpark, om bedreigde diersoorten te verzorgen en te beschermen. Als hun vliegtuig neerstort stranden ze midden in de rimboe. Zonder telefoon, voedsel of hulp. Ze zijn overgeleverd aan de wetten van de natuur. Al snel merken de rangers dat het in de natuur heel anders aan toe gaat dan in de dierentuin. Maar niet alleen het Afrikaanse Wild-leven, ook de directeur van het Wildpark blijkt donkere kanten te hebben. In de hoop gevonden te worden, besluiten de rangers zich te splitsen in twee groepen. Als tot overmaat van ramp Bionda ineens verdwijnt, neemt hun Afrikaanse reis een totaal andere wending. De rangers kunnen alleen op elkaar vertrouwen. In Afrika beleven ze het avontuur van hun leven.
Jonny P (au) wrote: "Sue" was the thirteenth Tyrannosaurus rex ever unearthed. You may wonder how a feature-length documentary about Sue could hold your attention; however, the fight for her custody after she was discovered is something that you have to see to believe. The synopsis of "Dinosaur 13" gives the impression that it chronicles a paleontological dig but the focus of this documentary is actually on a ten-year battle with the FBI. The film is very one-sided in its argument against the legal protection of fossils on public land but its narrow perspective will strongly engage your emotions, especially when Maurice Williams lays claim to Sue. One great part of this film is that its main character can easily be visited at the Field Museum in Chicago. Documentaries often tackle events or artifacts of the past that have faded into history, but this one chronicles the journey of something that we can still see today. It follows in the present-a-documentary-as-a-crime-thriller technique that is in vogue and it succeeds. "Dinosaur 13" is as gripping as most action films while presenting historical fact and persuasive arguments. Definitely add this to your list of must-see documentaries, even if you don't have an interest in science and paleontology.
Luke B (br) wrote: Killer snakes with extra powerful venom. MAMA MIA! Who would have funked it? Vipers isn't quite cheesy enough to be amazing, nor is it good enough to be an essential viewing. There are some nice kill scenes, with the snakes being more like piranhas as they strip the flesh from their victims bones. We also get some classic lines such as "Homeland Security? This isn't terrorism, these are snakes." Reid is good in these kinds of films, and at least she's more believable here than in her miscast role in Alone in the Dark. The CGI passes the quality control level for a film of this type. Just a bit too samey and not enough stupidity.
Kristin Zoe P (nl) wrote: the movie cow belles is a wonderful story of 2 spoiled sisters that faces new obstacles in their that they should solve by themselves only...
Bill R (es) wrote: For some reason this didn't intrigue me. Your thrown into it at first and if the pace was kept it would have been great but it slows and some of the character actors are just horrible. I was reminded of a pg-13 version of saw.
Rajan B (kr) wrote: what a movie .must watch
Evan K (nl) wrote: Felt like the arrangement of the images contained no point or emotion. I feel that the music was overpowering the images which generally were neutral. The whole piece only had one mood, and it was anxious with the music but the images varied from peaceful to reflective, to harsh and ugly, to angry. I mean, this got awards? They put it in museums. I guess I can justify the repetitiveness because in a museum you wouldn't stand there watching for an hour, maybe just a minuet like when you look at paintings, so that's why it's repetitive.
Michael B (jp) wrote: It was really cool and funny.
Richard B (fr) wrote: Found it very boring and predictable.
Alex C (ag) wrote: From start to finish, Kuroneko is just weird.
Luisa R (ru) wrote: Great mystery thriller with superb performances by Doris Day and Rex Harrison. Gives one the creeps but its great.
Mary Beth H (ca) wrote: This was the dumbest movie I have ever seen.
Clarissa C (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie, it was sweet funny, and just cheesy enough. ?