John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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I saw it in 3D, but it was boring... Sorry... IMAX camera quality is fantastic! Polar bears are cute! Meryl Streep's narration was nice! But still boring... Only 40 minutes, but I didn't enjoy it... Sorry...
BEAUTIFUL Polar bears!!
Beautiful and has a lot of wow factor, especially the 3D IMAX intro is excellent for showing off your 3D system, but for the most part, this doc tries too much in a short amount of time which adds up to a lot of nothing. Still definitely worth watching, even if it's just for the intro and opening credits (which are so 3D gimmicky that it is shameful).
Very disappointing. Nothing more than a platform for the advocates of global warming.
"Climate change propoganda"? Wow. Some people so resolutely refuse to pull their heads out of their deep, deep states of denial. 95% consensus of scientists worldwide believe the earth climate system is "unequivocally warming". It's a beautiful movie, and a shame that some refuse to see beyond their far right wing political blinders.
Even if you ignore the annoying Climate Change propraganda this is still a very weak documentary with little more than vague off at a distance footage of the animals and covers nothing you won't see in other much better nature documentaries like BBCs excellent Frozen Planet
photography was dazzing so as the climate change story
Love Bears. If you love Bears you will love this movie. 4 stars only because it is short in length and they could have used a better narrator such as Liam Neeson.
It is a documentary, and not very good at that.
Annoying WB music...