The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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"Seasons" paints a beautiful picture and then takes a somewhat obvious hammer to it, leaving its upbeat afterthought somewhat stranded.
There are numerous thrilling sights to behold.
Jacques Perrin's stunning nature film teems with life and death, working its way from the end of the Ice Age to the present and from the bottom of the food chain to the top.
Perrin and Cluzaud let their camera do the talking, which is a wise decision - it speaks volumes.
At its best, "Seasons" shakes off its predecessors and captures the simple, grand ideas it's after purely visually.
"Planet Earth" might have made us tougher to impress, but "Seasons" has the advantage of its focus on a timeline, showing the gradual incursion of man into this earthly paradise.
The accomplishment of the filmmakers is such that they are entitled to do some preaching to the choir ... You'd have to be made of stone, or Cheetos dust, not to be moved by this.
Seasons is very, very beautiful to look at, but do not get so mesmerized by the visions and miss the message. Seasons is more than pretty.
The presence of humans emerges at an appropriately late stage, and the film makes its strongest point by showing how unnecessary they are to holding the viewer's attention.
... uses technological wizardry to offer a remarkably intimate glimpse into the lives of creatures great and small, interrupted by only sparse narration, that conveys a timeless beauty.
Beautifully filmed docu tells story of European wildlife.
These images of pristine nature are worth the price of admission alone, and may remain long after the lights go out.
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