Striking photography can (and will) be marred by needless visual effects, attempting to heighten the 3D effects Rescue was sold on.
Despite battering the movie going populace with messages of poaching and deforestation, the heart of Born to Be Wild's story lies in the arms of two women.
While blasé to any Greek historian, casual viewers are likely to be sucked into these bronze-era stories.
The format necessitates a speedy resolution, breezing by topics of women, the advance of technology, and the slowly unraveling ways of old as a new generation moves into the cities.
Most of Ring of Fire pans over fiery, dusty mountains, at times gorgeous, other times as worn out as the dubbed dialogue.
Tropical Rainforest is more or less an impassioned plea for humans to get out.
Do you like Boeing? No, wait. Do you LOVE Boeing and think the 787 is the greatest thing ever invented by anyone, anywhere, at any time in the history of our species?
Search for the Great Sharks never has a point, that more of an issue than anything else.
The flight scenes that dominate the back-end of this one are spectacular
The sights captured here, even on a smaller screen, carry weight and power.
Ultimate Waves has an audience which purely lies in 3D adopters or surf fans.
Educational value is high, and kids watching this thing on a 3D display will have a blast as Argentinosaur stomps overhead