The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A movie with a quirky vision.
The movie is rated G, and it's very much recommended to children who are fascinated with all things squirmy.
Breathtaking docu zooms in on insect life in vivid color.
...inverts our understanding of the cosmos.
Both informative and entertaining, French docu doesn't presume any previous knowledge of or interest in the subject, finding the right tone (serio and also slyly humorous) to introduce in detail a previously unrecorded but fascinating universe.
Should give the viewer a buzz.
This is art.
...here's a film with drama, violence, sex and laughs; in other words, everything Hollywood has, but without the star salaries.
fascinating and gorgeous
Ao revelar o microscópico universo que nos cerca, este maravilhoso documentário faz com que, paradoxalmente, o espectador se sinta pequeno.
Astonishingly up-close and personal look at an infinitesimal world as alien as anything captured by the Mars rovers
a world of strange fascination and unexpected beauty.
The material presented here is so compelling and so true to the natural processes it records that it's beside the point to wonder if the filmmakers sped them up.
A very straight forward, beautiful piece about the world of the insect, and how big their world is, though we view it as so very small. Directors Claude Nuridsany and Marie Perennou got up close and personal with the world of the ant colony, ladybug, dung beetle, and dragonfly. Only briefly narrated and accompanied by a great soundtrack of smooth classical music, this film only tries to show how insects view the world and the processes of said world. It drags at times, but it is truly engrossing if you see the world with a philosophical view or just want to know more about the world around you. It's short, sweet, and educational if you don't know much about insects or anything nature related.
As exhilarating as anything ever seen on Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom and it's all taking place right in your own back yard.
Very entertaining look at the insect world. Call it March of the Praying Mantises. Little conversation. Just observation. It works nonetheless.
11/29/06: Weird bug movie. Ms Roberts showed it randomly in class one day. What can I say?
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