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Rather than an indicated story chronicling the documented subjects, this small-scaled documentary has the most relevance and revelation in the Disneynature environmental objective with soulful beauty captured and expressed through some instances of attempted symbolic poeticism and theoretical questions. (A-)
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Fascinating and gorgeously shot. Not just for kids.
gr8 nature doc continuing the 'disneynature' series
Not the most exciting disney nature film made to date but Meryl Streep was a perfect fit for this documentary and it was surprisingly focused more on flowers and pollination than winged insects themselves
Amazing story! Learned more and understood about pollination than back in elementary school! Now let's go plant some flowers!!!!
One of the most beautiful documentaries I have seen. The Monarch butterfly is my all time favorite butterfly, but after watching this, I have a new found respect for the Monarch.
Another great job by the disney film team in capturing this one
Amazing flying creature footage that looks stunning on blu-ray. It is a bit slow and Meryl Streep's sleepy narration sure doesn't help.
The footage is fantastic the narration is not. Strangely Meryl Streep seems to narrate pretending to be the flower which can get more than a little annoying. However it makes up for this with stunning footage about how various animals pollinate and the various evolutionary mechanisms plants use to make sure pollinators preform the proper function for the plant. Despite the narration problems this still comes recommended
Disneynatures's newest installment has many slow-motion scenes that are breathtaking to watch. It is also a very informative film that will tell you of things you might not have known.