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It was as good as the first incredible documentary!
|10/10||chw@ - 259 reviews|
25.1.2013 - age: 1-12
It was okay but they seemed more focused on word choice and descriptive sentences instead of info on animals. Would wait till rentable.
|6/10||lisap1997@ - 18 reviews|
I loved the scenery the animals and everything. It's a must see.
|10/10||cutebluepanda@ - 29 reviews|
12.6.2010 - age: 1-12
I think it was a fantastic movie but it left me with a bit of boredeom at the end I love the orcas eating the seals but personally I think it was better then last year but it could still be better. Great for ages 5-12.
|8/10||funkman231@ - 4 reviews|
5.6.2010 - age: 26-35
Great movie, great pictures, amazing views of our amazing planet.
|10/10||grafflex@ - first review|
31.5.2010 - age: 26-35
This movie is very entertaining. It's hard to believe that any one person actually witnessed these scenes, let alone capture them on film. Really an awesome feat of camera work. These guys deserve an attaboy for making a film of this quality. A good film for the whole family, not too focused on pollution or negative enviormental issues, just leaves you with a sense of awe and wonder. Good job, well done.
|8/10||halenpres691@ - 3 reviews|
23.5.2010 - age: 50+
Beautifully done, the photography is amazing. Educational but interesting, enjoyable for any age.
|9/10||lindze_1@ - 11 reviews|
19.5.2010 - age: 26-35
Wow it's the greatest movie ever like I love it.
|10/10||yonal201080@ - 4 reviews|
16.5.2010 - age: 13-17
The camera work is just amazing, the music is sometimes too much interfering like it wants to get you with your emotions to a certain place.
|7/10||monika@ - 38 reviews|
15.5.2010 - age: 50+
This movie could've explained more about the animals they were showing, but overall I really enjoyed it and would recommend it to any sea lover out there.
|9/10||laurajami@ - 4 reviews|
11.5.2010 - age: 18-25
Good one must see. Great camera work, and music.
|9/10||raveechand@ - first review|
9.5.2010 - age: 26-35
It was overwhelmingly beautiful in every aspect, from the commentary to the filming of the sea world and mammals, natural growth of plants, relationships of the different species towards their offsprings to the graceful movements even of the massiveness of the giant mammals and last but not least the effect the music in conjunction with this documentary had a marked effect in my mind.
|10/10||ahuva.boyer@ - first review|
8.5.2010 - age: 50+
Amazing coverage of the whole world. The message was clear. Hope more of such beautiful documentaries in the future.
|9/10||thakurj@ - 129 reviews|
7.5.2010 - age: 50+
If you are a fan of BBC nature documentaries, you might find Disneynature Oceans somewhat disappointing. I will give it 7 /10 for the film footage for work of the photographer; 4/10 for the written commentary only because each species was named; 2/10 for captivating my attention. Average 4.3/10.
|5/10||elaineleepc@ - first review|
6.5.2010 - age: 50+
Why can't they produce movies anymore that entertain instead of preaching, brainwashing and lecturing on global warming or whatever the leftist issue of the day is?
|2/10||whappychuk@ - 11 reviews|
6.5.2010 - age: 50+ - 3 replies
We loved this movie! It was entertaining, and also we learned so much about our deep, vast oceans and the cool, weird creatures that live in it. We took our 9 year old daughter and she loved it too. We'd recommend it to anyone of any age.
|9/10||redwinebrownhair@ - 3 reviews|
6.5.2010 - age: 36-49
I like watching this kind of movie but I wish it was much more informative. The camera work was great but Pierce Brosman was terrible and offered nothing as the narrator except his name.
|5/10||michjulien@ - 159 reviews|
5.5.2010 - age: 36-49
I like it, it was cool! The sea otters were cute!
|7/10||panda.love@ - 76 reviews|
4.5.2010 - age: 13-17
I thought really good movie mostly for children but still really good.
|10/10||dobson.07@ - first review|
3.5.2010 - age: 1-12
Great underwater scenes, but seems to jump around a lot. It wasn't till the end credits that I realized how many places they filmed. They just seemed to jump from sea creature to sea creature. It would have been better if they explained where they were filming and explained more about the Ocean life in that area.
|7/10||newman@ - 2 reviews|
2.5.2010 - age: 50+
I was expecting to see beautiful scenes, animals and unusual sights with this documentary. Well, that's what I got! It is beautiful and awe inspiring. Lots of animals, some I had never seen before that live in the oceans, of course, all or part of their life. Pollution and global warming are mentioned, but only shortly. It's really about the beauty of it all. Be sure to catch it on the big screen, it's worth it.
|8/10||sracicot@ - 6 reviews|
2.5.2010 - age: 36-49
Need more work IT IS very bad. Sorry.
|2/10||alishwarma@ - first review|
2.5.2010 - age: 1-12
What can I say!! This movie was so awesome and sooo cute!!! It's a defs must see. It really makes u think twice about the environment and want to save it. I recommend it!!!
|9/10||cornhead_oliver@ - 2 reviews|
1.5.2010 - age: 13-17
Fantastic visual experience. Very artistic and realistic. Anyone who appreciates nature documentaries will love this one!
|10/10||honeybunny4u@ - 16 reviews|
30.4.2010 - age: 26-35
Kind off dull. Looks like a tv movie. Wait for the DVD. Don't waste your time.
|1/10||donnycharlie@ - 52 reviews|
30.4.2010 - age: 26-35
When I watched Earth, another Disney Nature film, I expected Oceans to equal up to its predecessor, however it did not. While the beautiful footage of dolphins performing their acrobatic tricks and thousands of birds diving into schools of fish to get a quick bite was entertaining, the information that I wanted to hear about was not there. In fact, there was almost no information that could not be captured by simply watching the film with no commentary added. Disney could have reached such a higher mark, but they missed so much. Hopefully they will make a better nature film next time around.
|6/10||visualartist@ - 17 reviews|
29.4.2010 - age: 13-17 - 2 replies
The movie has a deep and positive impact on one's concept about the oceans' lives. It shows how are we poisoning our oceans and what we are losing by doing so. The movie makes you worried about the marine life as well as the dire consequences by harming our oceans. This is our world, so we will have to take care of it at any cost.
|8/10||nazimnaeem@ - first review|
29.4.2010 - age: 26-35
Great movie - I appreciated the minimal narration because sometimes documentaries become cluttered with words.
|9/10||designeruzi@ - 13 reviews|
Great movie... must see documentary... different from David Attenborough documentary.
|9/10||cookeydoe44@ - 10 reviews|
27.4.2010 - age: 26-35
[ATTENTION: This review reveals content of the movie.]
Sorry to so strongly disagree with most other reviews here, but: the film is not informative-- more than 3/4s of the time we don't know where in the world we are, or what we are looking at; beautiful images of dancing whales (and more!) are spoiled by the at times hysterical and overwhelming musical score; the narrative text is long on adjectives and short on data (hey, a bit of poetry is a lovely thing, but here "magic" and similar words are constantly shaken out in a way that obfuscates rather than educating) there are also scenes that may be too much for children-- especially a horrific passage where seals, including babies, are frolicking in the waves, and suddenly are being eaten by sharks and orca whales-- shocking and unexpected in a "family" Disney production sold for its beauty. The cinematography is breathtaking in places, and there are beautiful, powerful images too, especially some mother and child sequences, but overall this film felt off. What a shame.
|3/10||andserendipity@ - 11 reviews|
Great movie, while it isn't all the informative, the overall visual experience is amazing.
|10/10||alex.scott.harman@ - 4 reviews|
26.4.2010 - age: 13-17
I like this movie it is very good I think ya'll should go see it.
|10/10||allison.cl.gregory@ - 2 reviews|
25.4.2010 - age: 1-12
All I have to say is it was amazing!!!
|10/10||nikolasfoulidis0@ - first review|
25.4.2010 - age: 1-12
I know this is a Disney movie, but I expected to learn a little bit more about the creatures. The images are beautiful but you will not learn anything except the existence of creatures you've never seen before.
|6/10||krayzie_lady@ - 224 reviews|
25.4.2010 - age: 18-25
Great photography and Pierce Brosnan does an nice job narrating. Worthwhile viewing and suitable for all.
|8/10||comi2@ - 108 reviews|
25.4.2010 - age: 50+
Alright, this is coming from a movie critic. I thoguht this movie was very interesting, and I thought that the way they captured Ocean-life was very well done. However, I do think that they could have elaborated the narraration abit. They showed alot of interesting things that were not narrated, for instance most of the penguin parts were not. And another thing, I think they shouldnt have spent so much time on certain fish so they could fit more species in. Overall, a good movie, good for the family.
|7/10||archie-lovera@ - first review|
24.4.2010 - age: 18-25 - 2 replies
An excellent documentary on the OCEANS--those creatures are amazing to watch on a giant screen--an educational movie that is recommended for all!
|8/10||vin.2000@ - 123 reviews|
Directed by Jacques Cluzaud and Jacques Perrin (old Salvatore 'Toto' in "Cinema Paradiso" 1988), this documentary is a must-see for everyone who likes the sea and nature with the amazing creatures that live within. The shots are excellent and the narration in english as well by the well-known Pierce Brosnan...
|9/10||j-sergenina@ - 225 reviews|
23.4.2010 - age: 50+
Great Documentary with awesome Ocean scenes and lots of sea creatures.
|9/10||army_and_trucker@ - 290 reviews|
23.4.2010 - age: 36-49
Delicious! So fascinating it blew my mind!
|10/10||crayonmast3r@ - first review|
23.4.2010 - age: 13-17
What a great movie to see and what is happening to the oceans. With pollution and over fishing and what we are leaving our children with. I have watched a lot of nature documentaries and it is sad to see what is happening. Humans are amusing themselves to death.
|8/10||darylwayne.campbell@ - 47 reviews|
23.4.2010 - age: 50+
Enjoyed the beautiful scenery this movie has to offer. Shows the beauty of creation with creatures never seen before. A great way to appreciate our beautiful planet.
|7/10||jdjefford@ - 188 reviews|
22.4.2010 - age: 36-49
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