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The sequel is afoot with newcomers Noomi Rapace and Jared Harris
'They don't use cinematography as an illustration to text.'
Includes - Extreme (2000) National Geographic: Relentless Enemies (2006) National Geographic: Atmospheres - Earth, Air and Water (2008) National Geographic: Journey to the Edge of the Universe (2008) National Geographic: Kingdom of the Blue Whale (2009) National Geographic: Rhino Rescue (2009) Extreme This IMAX film takes viewers into the world of extreme outdoor activity presented in the immediacy and stunning detail only IMAX can provide. Viewers will vicariously climb the ice-shrouded peaks of the world and then zoom down them on skis and snowboards. From there, the focus is on surfing and watching as experts take on the biggest waves and winds, both on surfboards and windsails. ~ Rob Ferrier, All Movie Guide National Geographic: Relentless Enemies Few of natures creatures share such a fierce rivalry as lions and buffalos, and in this documentary from National Geographic filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert the brutality of these confrontations is captured in all of its ferocious glory. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide National Geographic: Atmospheres - Earth, Air and Water This National Geographic-commissioned release actually constitutes an ambience film; it offers footage shot in three distinct atmospheres - one set on Earth (in such environs as the icy Arctic tundras and the African savannahs), another set in the air, and a third set under water - combined with soundtrack options that enable the viewer to choose between world music and a symphony natural sounds. ~ Nathan Southern, All Movie Guide National Geographic: Journey to the Edge of the Universe Take an express journey to the edge of the universe as the filmmakers at National Geographic use computer-generated animation to build on images captures by the Hubble Telescope. Beginning on planet Earth, viewers are hurtled into the deepest reaches of space. There are no stops on this flight, and along the way the mysteries of the universe come alive as filmmakers examine the history and science of distant celestial bodies. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide National Geographic: Kingdom of the Blue Whale This documentary from National Geographic takes a super in-depth look at the mysterious creature the Blue Whale, exploring how the effects of currents on the ocean floors influence the ways the massive creatures travel and eat, and even examining the animals' DNA. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide National Geographic: Rhino Rescue No synopsis available.
Ryan Reynolds narrates this tale about a whale who loses his family but finds some human beings.
Julie Chen and company are back for a whole new season.
Hm, Courtney Love...soooo, how 'bout them Bears?
Voodoo and greed serve as the catalysts for a wild ride through the brutal Columbian underworld in director/co-screenwriter Carlos Moreno's entry into the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. El OrejÃ³n may be one of the most notorious crime bosses in Columbia, yet despite his violent reputation, the agoraphobic don rarely ventures outside of his luxury high-rise apartment -- instead opting to keep tabs on the streets via the many telescopes that line his windowed walls. After his godson William is brutally gunned down, a vengeful El OrejÃ³n implores voodoo priestess Iris to put a hex on the triggerman. At the exact same time, miles away, small-town thug Victor sets out to collect some missing money from two scheming twins. When Victor decides to skirt the laws of the street and keep the cash for himself, the disastrous chain reaction caused by his decision gains so much momentum that it may be impossible to stop. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
Carrie and Dana both go back to the hospital, but for different reasons
Is this really what a quarter-century of active development leads to?
Stars Hayden Panettiere and Connie Britton feature on upcoming set
Can the 'Nashville' star become a country star herself?