"An Inconvenient Truth" for the munchkin set. Whatever your politics on the subject of global warming, this is a beautifully shot movie. There are some truly breathtaking images, especially some of the underwater footage under the ice as birds, narwhals, and walruses cavort. Don't go into it thinking it's a documentary; this is more a tale a la "The Adventures of Milo and Otis", though a much more cautionary one. Following the lives of a baby polar bear and a baby walrus (both extremely cute, one in a white fluffy way, the other in a blubbery, pudgebucket way) as they grow up in a frozen land that's becoming not so frozen. The images of polar bears stranded on isolated icecaps or slowly succumbing to hunger and cold are actually pretty chilling (if you'll pardon the pun). I figure if a flick can get a kid to shut the damn lights off when he's not in the room by warning him it'll kill a cute baby seal, works for me.