The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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One of the few movies where the word 'awesome' truly applies.
Often breathtaking, Forces of Nature reminds us of the true meaning of global power.
Great images, to be sure, but there are just not enough of them, and too many static shots of researchers confabbing over instrument panels.
A tad dated when it was finished earlier this year.
An intermittently spectacular science lesson.
While the Hollywood movie cooked up its killer weather on special-effects computers, these are real.
An engrossing 40-minute National Geographic documentary.
This 50-minute tour of three of nature's great disasters will leave you shaken. Sometimes literally.
An entertaining but frustratingly brief look at the way earthquakes, tornadoes and volcanoes affect humanity.
Forces of Nature doesn't just show nature at its angriest; this film explains how and why as well. It's a highly entertaining way to learn valuable lessons.
Captures the grandeur and terror of our Midwestern cyclonic storms.
While occasionally dry and over-reliant on computer-generated visualizations of the Earth's core and tectonic plates, this documentary's impressive footage of natural disasters is nothing short of amazing.
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