March of the Penguins2005
March of the Penguins (2005)
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Critic Reviews for March of the Penguins
Watch them march to the very extremes of extremis, though, and it's easy to feel awe. Life must beget life, whatever the cost.
Some of the eggs and chicks freeze, and the parents' cries are painful to hear (probably more for us than for them).
French director Luc Jacquet and a team of incredibly brave (and heavily bundled) documentary filmmakers captured this complicated mating ritual with strikingly crisp photography that's both grand and intimate.
This astonishing film, shot in the Antarctic, captures sights never seen before.
Birth, death, romance, danger: All play a role in Jacquet's homage to a remarkably endearing creature.
Audience Reviews for March of the Penguins
Visually stunning, inconceivably adorable ... and even educational.
March of the Penguins a truly remarkable film. It is enchantingly moving and you must have a stone cold black heart to not enjoy this spectacle. Absolutely incredible, greatly emotional and a sincerely unfortuante true story turned into entertainment by cinematic geniuses.
March of the penguins is about a real life group of penguins as they go on their mission to get back their mating ground. On their annual journey that invokes just about every major life experience that u can have in the life of a penguin. Pros Good story It really shows what it is like to a penguin. Really moving.
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