The Last Reef 3D (2012) torrent download

The Last Reef 3D

2012

Action / Documentary / Family / News

7.4

Synopsis

From the Academy-Award nominated creators of the Broadway show STOMP and the award-winning film Wild Ocean, The Last Reef is an uplifting, inspirational large-format and 3D cinema experience capturing one of nature's more vibrant and diverse wonderlands. Exotic coral reefs, vibrant sea walls in the sub-arctic pulsating with anemones and crustaceans: these biodiversity hot spots are as vital to our lives as the rainforests. Shot on location in Palau, Vancouver Island, French Polynesia, Mexico, and The Bahamas using groundbreaking 3D cinematography, The Last Reef takes us on a global journey to explore the connection of our cities on land with the ocean's complex, parallel world of the coral reefs beneath the sea.

Director

Luke Cresswell

Cast

Jamie Lee
as Narrator (voice)

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by forallreviews 10 /10

A must see!

The Last Reef is stunning!! The music and cinematography were amazing!! I left wishing it was a 2 hour movie IMAX vs 50 min IMAX. I would have loved to have seen more! It was fun to watch all the kids trying to grab the fish and jelly fish swimming around their faces in 3D. The 3D was spectacular!! A must see if you love the ocean! A must see if you love coral reefs! A must see with the kids! They will love it!!! It was fascinating to see the brilliant colors of life living within the coral reef eco system. I learned so much! I can't wait to see it again!!! The sting-less jellyfish were very cool, and was amazing how they have adapted to their environment with no predators. Really cool IMAX! A MUST see!! :-)

Reviewed by victoriahubert 10 /10

superb documentary

It's superb documentary, really i enjoyed every single detail about THE REEF. The fisherman who do dynamite fishing must be executed.

Reviewed by Horst_In_Translation 6 /10

Decent documentary about an important, yet not so appealing subject

"The Last Reef 3D" is a 40-minute documentary from 2012, so this one will have its 5th anniversary next year. The writers and directors are Oscar nominees Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas and while they reached their biggest success very early in their career, this one here is one of their most known works probably from a whole lot of nature documentaries they worked on together and the focus here is, as the title already tells us, on reefs. Honestly, reefs are crucial from an environmental perspective as they are the basis of life for so many animals, but I myself struggled a bit with this documentary as underwater fauna has never been a subject that interested me too much. That's why my 6 out of 10 rating is pretty subjective and people who find the subject more appealing may very well give it a higher rating and I would not be surprised. It is definitely a documentary film that is well-executed, offers occasionally interesting snippets of information and is also impressive visually of course. I give this one a thumbs-up and recommend checking it out, especially to nature documentary fans.

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