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May 18, 2010
Just excellent. It gives viewers a chance to enjoy nature and it seems as if you are actually "there" with these amazing creatures. It really allowed me to feel connected with the aspects of nature. A must see.
May 16, 2010
this movie was amazing! jaw-dropping, breathtaking, beautiful, wonderful, spectacular. i don't know why anyone would rate lower than 5 stars. it was incredible!
May 04, 2010
It seems to me that I have already seen all this on TV!
May 01, 2010
It's beautiful and worth every penny. You have to try really, really hard to find fault with this film and I suspect people who suggest Disney "stooped low" and "should be embrassed" have some mental impediment. So pay no mind to that nonsense. I loved it, my daughter loved it, and it was a real treat to get to see the footage on a big screen rather than at home on TV. The
May 01, 2010
I agree that Disney should have put more effort into focusing on each ocean and their distinctive features. It was also obvious that all the clips came from the Planet Earth series. The movie was also very choppy due to poor editing of the scenes/topics. However, the big screen made it come to life.
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But for all Oceans does to please the eyes and ears, it does nothing to engage the brain. Full Review
Bruno Coulais' musical score provides an evocative counterpoint to the often dazzling photography. A scene featuring diving sea birds and whales moving in concert with the rhythm of the waves is stunning. Full Review
Its visual splendor more than makes up for its intellectual poverty. Full Review
The Hollywood Reporter
What "Winged Migration" did for birds, Oceans does for all sorts of strange sea creatures in an ambitious, impressively filmed documentary. Full Review
Though there's a formlessness to it all, the wow factor will thrill the "Earth" crowd, making Oceans a surefire bet for families and nature lovers. Full Review