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Finally, the DVD itself (the one released on Blu-ray in 2007) is perfect in picture and sound quality.
I think because you get a better feel for the people you're watching on screen, whereas with the Antarctica program, there really isn't a tour guide.
Yes, there are some fairly cool scenes, but there are far too many boring ones and they are not presented in a very logical or flowing fashion.
This is a very good, but a bit dated, documentary on Antarctia. But then, Antarctia doesn't really change to much. Read morePublished on March 2, 2013 by T Walker
I did a unit with my K-2 class on the arctics and found this movie to share with them. The people from IMAX always have quality films. Read morePublished on December 8, 2011 by Courtney Salmon
This film may have looked great in the IMAX theater, but it just doesn't translate at home. There are a few scenes where you get the feeling of flying, moving, etc, but overall... Read morePublished on March 6, 2010 by Kindle Customer
Article as advertised, delivered as promised. Continued and consistent results following our numerous items ordered from Amazon.Published on January 19, 2009 by Raven26
Version: U.S.A / Region A, B, C
Aspect ratio: 1.78
MPEG-2 BD-25 / AACS / 1080p24
Running time: 0:40:34
Feature size: 13,90 GB
Disc size: 15,22 GB... Read more
I love nature doc's. But this milking that IMAX does is driving me nuts. 40 minutes for a nature movie is downright ridiculous. Read morePublished on July 5, 2008 by Boo2ShortFilms