The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The result is the best kind of spectacle: that which encourages us to look up and beyond ourselves - and does so using only organic special effects.
A Beautiful Planet is yet another worthwhile film from IMAX, but if you're a cool auntie or uncle out there, maybe do your civic duty and bring the kids to see a movie both entertaining and convincing.
The overall package is a bit scattered editorially, but it does serve a greater purpose: to share excitement about the Earth, and further stoke any interests in not destroying it.
The biggest kick of all is watching the blue Earth through the Cupola, the observation deck offering the best views in the universe.
It's appealing to adults and accessible to younger viewers. And it delivers an environmental message that is strong and serious while remaining encouraging and optimistic. That's important to hear. The rest is just amazing to watch.
Fulfills its inspirational function with screen-filling, soul-filling views of the main space station in the story-the one that harbors all our lives and hopes.
This is a short but overwhelming experience: a doc exploring not just Earth's magnificence, but how we take it for granted.
Another eye-popping Imax doco set largely in orbit and looking down at our humble planet.
...with such an interesting subject matter and hundreds of outlets to explore, A Beautiful Planet feels criminally short.
Stunning look at Earth -- and man's sobering impact on it.
A Beautiful Planet is more than just pretty pictures. Thoughtful and encouraging, it could change how viewers think about climate change.
There is fragility in the beauty we see. The picture drives home the need to safeguard it. It is, after all, our home.
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