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To the Arctic 3D

To the Arctic 3D is a movie starring Meryl Streep, Leanne Allison, and Karsten Heuer. A journey into the lives of a mother polar bear and her two seven-month-old cubs as they navigate the changing Arctic wilderness they call home.

Other Titles
To the Arctic, Varázslatos sarkvidék 3D: A jegesmedvék birodalma, Arktik 3D IMAX, Arktik 3D
Running Time
40 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Greg MacGillivray
Writer
Stephen Judson
Actors
Karsten Heuer, Meryl Streep, Bjorne Kvernmo, Leanne Allison
Country
USA
Year
2012
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A journey into the lives of a mother polar bear and her two seven-month-old cubs as they navigate the changing Arctic wilderness they call home.

Comments about documentary «To the Arctic 3D» (27)

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Carl F.

With the revelation of Avatar, a number of the "greats" of the cinema industry have recently chosen to speak out about the impact of Avatar, which was so powerful and full of life that they felt it was time to share their opinions on the impact it had on them and their own career paths. Amongst the most popular voices are Steven Spielberg, James Cameron, George Lucas, Sam Raimi, and the late J.J. Abrams. In an interview with the Australian magazine, The Writer, Cameron commented on how he saw the movie as a new way to portray the elements of the real world and how it made him feel as if he was in the movie. Lucas commented on how he saw the movie as a way to explore new worlds and explore the human condition. The only other voice to be heard in this regard is Abrams who was quoted saying that he had never felt that he had seen anything like Avatar. So I was keen to hear his thoughts on the film and to hear how he was able to see it as a new way to portray the real world and the human condition. And what I heard was very interesting and thought provoking. I was impressed by the way he analysed the movie and also the way he expressed his feelings about it. However, his comments did not really fit in with what I had heard from the other voices. Firstly, Abrams was very clear that the movie was about the effects of a mind-altering drug, which he felt was the most important element in the film. The other elements were: the storytelling, the photography, the casting, and the music. The editing was very good, but I think Abrams had difficulty with the narration. He was very clear about the fact that the movie was a fantasy and that the story was not real, and that he was in control of the movie. However, the narration was very clear and did not seem to be in control of him. Secondly, I had a problem with the editing. He was very clear that the editing was good, but I did not feel that it was very clear what the purpose of the editing was. The only piece of editing that I felt was very clear was the editing in the final scene. But the editing was so chaotic and not very clear. Thirdly, the editing in the movie was very good. The pacing was good and the dialogue was good. However, I felt that he was too forceful in his statements, and sometimes was too judgemental. In particular, he was very clear about the fact that the movie was fantasy and that the story was not real. However, the editing was so chaotic that it

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Gloria R.

I think I was a bit harsh on the film because it is a bit long, but the movie has a lot of potential. There are some great stories and beautiful photography. There are some long-winded speeches that drag the film down, but the story is interesting enough. A good film, not great, but good. I would recommend it to anybody who loves science or film.

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Marie Gardner

This is the first film that I've ever seen about the Polar Bear population. I saw it on Netflix and I loved it. The film follows a documentary team on a massive expedition to the Arctic Circle. I liked how it was edited. I was interested to learn more about the polar bear and why they are so important. It showed how climate change is affecting the bear population. I really enjoyed the film. I thought it was a good documentary. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Arctic and climate change. This film is a must see.

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Gregory G.

For the longest time, I thought that the reason why I liked this film so much was because it was in 3D. And I'm still waiting for my third installment of the entire trilogy. To me, it just didn't have the same impact. But I'm really happy to see that the filmmakers have come up with a new, more sophisticated way of filming. The 3D of this film is not only more realistic, but it is also more effective. I had the chance to view this film with a friend, and she thought that it was great. She said that the 3D effects were more effective and the 3D camera angle was much more effective. I really liked the fact that the 3D was more effective than the 2D camera angle. The 3D is more effective in 3D, but not so much in 2D. The reason why I think that the 3D is more effective is because I have the 3D glasses on. And when I watch this film in 3D, I am able to feel like I am in a real world. When I watch the film in 2D, I can only see a screen with a green screen. The green screen is really boring and it makes me feel like I'm in the middle of nowhere. But this film really is a great way to watch it in 3D. I really recommend this film to everyone. This film is truly worth seeing.

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Rose L.

It's good to see people like Dwayne Johnson and Colin Farrel, who have been involved in Hollywood for a long time. I think the idea that the Arctic would be frozen over for years is really good. I like the music in the film, as well as the art direction and photography. The film itself was interesting, and it's nice to see some actors who have been involved in movies for a long time. The story line was a little off and I think there could have been more footage of the Arctic. I also think that the characters should have been more developed. The acting was good, but the story didn't seem to go anywhere. The film was too short, which was good for the people who watched the film. Overall, it was an interesting film, but I don't think it was the best. It was good, but it could have been better. It was an interesting film, and I would recommend it to people who like movies.

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Samantha T.

It's interesting to see that this movie is almost entirely a US production. It's hard to imagine what could have been made on a smaller budget in Russia. Most of the film is in Russian with English subtitles. However, there is a lot of good footage from the filming of the second and third "Arctic 3D" expeditions. The movie is about the history of the project and how the team came to realize the long-term effects of this expedition. I enjoyed the film and thought it was a pretty good documentary. However, the film does seem to try to give some sense of reality. The team members seem to try to convince us that the film is not completely fictional. I have to disagree with this. It is very difficult to tell what the real story is if you don't know anything about the project. This is probably the greatest thing the film has going for it. It's like the film is really trying to tell us a story, but in the end it is not so much a documentary as it is a story about people and what they experienced. In this respect the film is much more believable than a lot of documentaries about the Arctic. The fact that the film was made in Russia does not seem to affect the quality of the film. The film is very well made. The footage is actually quite good, even though the film is mostly in Russian. There is a lot of good footage of the Arctic, although the focus of the film is in the Arctic. Overall, I thought this film was very good. I would recommend it to anyone interested in the Arctic.

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Jerry

I thought this movie was a good documentary on the melting Arctic. It was interesting to see the difference between the original film and the new version. The original film was very slow moving and not very informative. The new version is much faster moving and much more informative. I thought the new version was much more informative than the original. I thought the film was very interesting and it gave you a lot of information about the melting Arctic. I think that this is a great documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Arctic.

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Tiffany Schneider

The Arctic 3D, a documentary that runs for 87 minutes, was filmed in 2014 and 2015 in the Canadian Arctic. It covers the research of a group of scientists who are currently working to improve our understanding of the Arctic, including how the ocean is changing due to climate change. This includes using the satellite data to try and get a better understanding of what the ocean will be like in a warmer world. They also talk about what it is like to live in a place where you can see the sun rise and fall at any time of day. They use 3D to give you a better understanding of what the ocean looks like in these conditions. As well as the 3D they also talk about the research that they are doing and why it is important. The main scientist in the documentary is a researcher who has been studying how the oceans are changing. This is because it is affecting the ocean's oxygen levels. This affects the ocean as well as marine life in the area. It also affects the ecosystem of the ocean and what species of marine life are there. This is the reason why the ocean is changing and we need to study it. Another scientist that is doing research is from a company called Southern Ocean Research. The Southern Ocean Research are the company that is doing the research that is used to make the 3D movie. This scientist also helps with the research of the Southern Ocean Research. They are using these data to improve the 3D data and make it a better product. The film also has interviews with other scientists. They talk about their research and how it is important to understand the ocean and to understand how it is changing. In the documentary the Southern Ocean Research and Southern Ocean Research are also using 3D to help improve their data. In the 3D the Southern Ocean Research use their data to improve their 3D data. This also helps in the 3D with the 3D data. Overall I thought the film was good and I think that the 3D helped the film. Overall I liked this documentary because it had some good things to say about the ocean and about the ocean. Overall I liked the film because I think that the ocean is important and it is important to study the ocean. Overall I would recommend this documentary.

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Lisa Murray

I can't help but compare the Arctic 3D to the 2013 remake of A Beautiful Mind. They both have the same storyline and take place on the same island. However, the remake has the advantage of more cinematic locations. A Beautiful Mind had the stars of the film (Jeff Bridges and Gwyneth Paltrow), the director, and a number of producers. The Arctic 3D had a small number of the same people. As a result, it felt a little more like a low budget film. As far as a film about the Arctic goes, it was a good way to spend an hour and a half. I enjoyed the characters and the story. I recommend this movie to anyone who loves to watch films about the Arctic.

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Johnny M.

This is the third installment of the "Antarctic trilogy" and is, as it would seem, another attempt to go back to the same territory. This film, however, has its own style and doesn't really follow the precedent set by the first two. In this one, we are introduced to the family of a man who died in a plane crash, and who is now being hunted by the Russians. As the film begins, the father is forced to take the younger son with him as he has to work for the Russians. He does, of course, have his family and a girlfriend, and he wants to protect them. As the film goes on, however, the family is not really part of the story. This film is very, very slow. It is much more like a documentary than a film, as the film tries to show the love and sadness of a man who had to live in a cold climate and is trying to make it back home. As a result, it is very emotional, and the film feels much more real than the first two films. The story of the father and his family, however, is not as interesting as the other two films. The acting is all very good, especially from the family. However, the family is not really part of the story, and we don't really get to know them very well. The movie is very slow, and the story is much more important than the people that are portrayed. There are a few moments in the movie that are very emotional, but the overall tone of the film is much more like a documentary than a film. I think this film is much more of a documentary, and I think it is very effective, but I think the story would be much more effective if it was told in a more linear way. This film is very slow and boring, but I think it is effective. I give it a B.

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Evelyn

I remember the first time I saw the trailer for the Arctic 3D, and it did not look like it would be any good. I had seen some trailers for other movies that were based on the Titanic, and I was excited for the Titanic, but I had no idea what to expect. This is a pretty good movie, and has a lot of great stuff to offer. One of the things I like most about the film is that the filmmakers really took advantage of the 3D. In Titanic, the 3D was mostly used to show the ship in a more dramatic way. In the Arctic 3D, they really used it to show the ship in an interesting way. The 3D is very well used, and there is some very cool 3D shots in the movie. There are also some pretty amazing 3D images in the movie. The movie also does a good job of showing you the beauty of the Arctic. The acting is pretty good, and the film has a lot of good jokes in it. The movie has a pretty good story to it, and I think that the director really did a great job of showing the real impact the Titanic had on the world. Overall, the movie is pretty good. It's not the best film of the year, but it's not a bad film either. It's a pretty good movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone. 7/10

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Harold S.

I read a lot of reviews here on IMDb and I just watched the 3D version of this film on a DVD. It's just a good piece of history. The director has made a very good film and I would recommend it to everyone. It's not very fast paced, but it's very important to show how there was a strong resistance in Germany in the 1930's. The filmmakers had a lot of success with the real life story of a girl from the Baltic to the Arctic Circle. It's an interesting story and I think it would be interesting to see the director's first movie. The film is pretty slow at times but it is still very interesting. The 3D is very nice and gives you a real view of the Arctic. If you are a fan of the film I think you should see it. It's worth a watch. The film is well done and I hope that the director will continue the 3D version of the film.

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Jason W.

It is sad to see a few of the original directors who are no longer with us. I loved this movie and felt the most when it was over. I saw it for free in a theatre and would have paid $10 to see it again. I just wish I had done so. But I will be sure to see it again. You have to pay to see this movie, but it is well worth it. It was better than the original. So go to see it. If you have not seen the original, you might not like it. I did not feel that way. It was like watching a movie that was in black and white and I think that would be the same for the original.

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Angela W.

The movie is great, but the thing that has bothered me is the description of the effects. The way the movie portrays the effect of melting Arctic ice is completely inaccurate. The movie seems to be trying to show how dramatic the change is but it does not. It seems like it's trying to say that it's too dramatic, and that's not the case. There are no scenes that are dramatic in the movie, it's more like a really cool documentary, and that's what I was expecting from it. So overall, the movie is a great experience, but the description of the effects is way off.

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Crystal Garrett

I have just seen this film at the Vancouver International Film Festival and was surprised to see it was only available in 3D. It is an entertaining film and worth the admission. I was impressed by the efforts made to ensure that the 3D was as clear as possible. I was impressed with the technology. If you're going to see this film, see it in 3D. I would like to have seen it in 2D, but then I wouldn't have felt so attached to the characters and the film. There were some plot twists that I didn't see coming and some scenes that were pretty impressive. I don't think this film is going to win any awards. But it is worth seeing. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a film with a little bit of drama and a little bit of action. The plot is interesting and the characters are all believable. The movie has some great moments. I would say that the first 30 minutes is the best part of the film. The movie could have used a little more action but overall I thought it was a great film.

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Diana

The Polar Express has been one of my favorite childhood films for many years now. As I grew older, I became more and more interested in the story of the story and how it was told. To me, this is a story of a boy and his sister, both of whom are very stubborn and very difficult to deal with. In the end, the girl eventually becomes the wiser of the two, and finally gains the respect of her brother, but he doesn't. This was a very interesting, yet sad story that I'm sure many people would enjoy, even if they don't know much about the story. As an adult, I'm still a fan of this film. It was a great film to watch and I think anyone could enjoy this film, even if they didn't know much about it. I definitely recommend this film, especially for fans of the film. 7/10

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Kathleen Hart

From the opening scene in the film you can see that the director, Alan Rickman, knows exactly what he is doing. The film is a tribute to the great Canadian actress and the iconic film she made, "The Wind in the Willows", with William Shatner. The opening scene is really a visual feast for the eyes. The director has great access to the actors and gives them some great things to do, from directing the animals to doing makeup. It is not all about the animals, the director also does a good job of showing how the animals relate to humans and the way humans relate to animals. The films conclusion is very poignant, and you will be very emotional at the end of the film. The filmmakers, John Trevithick and Adrian Biddle, really had a great idea to make a film about how animals relate to humans and how humans relate to animals. If you like animals, or have an interest in the way animals relate to humans, this is a great film to see. It will touch you, and if you don't like animals, you will not like this film. I give it 7 out of 10 stars. It is not an Academy Award winner, but it is a great film that is sure to make you laugh, and cry.

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Sarah Coleman

I saw the movie first, and then the book, and I really enjoyed both of them. This is my first time seeing a movie with two different book series, and I really enjoyed the movie, especially the story of the movie. I was not expecting it to be that good, but it was. I have read the book first, and while I thought the movie was good, I really enjoyed the book more. The book is a lot better written, and I really enjoyed the story of the movie. I hope to see more movies with the book, and I hope that people will see it and enjoy it as much as I did. 7 out of 10 stars.

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Bobby Bryant

This film will be a tad slow at first, but once you get into it, it will be a pleasure. The thing that this film does best is that it will make you feel like you are there. The time and location of the film is perfect, as is the script. If you are looking for something really good to watch, this is the film for you. If you want to be entertained, then this film is not for you. But if you want to be swept away by the film, then this is your film.

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Grace

You may have seen this before, but it's worth a re-watch. If you are a fan of the Arctic, you will love this film. It is the most comprehensive look at the Arctic since the Great Race film and it covers the full length of the Alaska race in 1996. It shows the process of what goes on in the lead up to the race, including the preparations, the excitement and the running of the race itself. There is a lot of film about the filming of the race itself and the support of the film crew and the process of filming. There is also some of the race itself, and the film focuses on the whole race. The documentary also shows the feelings and the reactions of the crew, and the excitement of the race itself. I think this is a really good documentary to watch and definitely a must-see. 7/10

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Crystal F.

Although I am a skeptic about 3D, I am still curious about this film. The story is fascinating and intriguing. The film is very entertaining and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I am a huge fan of Disney and as such, I was excited about this film. I also enjoy the world of ice, but this film is a great reminder that ice is beautiful, and that there are beautiful things out there. The reason I am skeptical about 3D is that the 3D is so apparent that you can't tell where the cameras are, or what the camera is doing. For example, in one scene, you can see the polar bear being filmed in 3D, but the next scene you can't tell if the camera is on a tripod or is running at high speed. In the end, I really enjoyed the film and I look forward to seeing more from this great director. This is the best movie I've seen in a while. I am sure I will go see it again and I will be back in line.

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Diana B.

I liked this movie and will watch it again. I liked the narration from the director and actor (Seth Rogen). I also liked the movie overall. I do agree with some of the reviewers here that the ending was a bit abrupt and abrupt it could have been a little better. I also liked how they showed the story of the shipwreck from the movie and how it was shot. They did a good job of showing the disaster in such a way that it made the viewer feel like they were there. I also liked how they portrayed the ship's lifeboat crew. I thought they did a good job of showing how the people on the ship had to survive. I also liked the way they portrayed the different cultures. I think it was a good movie.

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Paul Peterson

I loved the movie, I thought it was a good way to get a feel for the harsh environment of the Arctic. I think it's a great movie to watch if you're in the mood for a good movie. I think it's worth the watch, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Robert

I just saw this documentary at the Sundance Film Festival and I thought it was great. I was surprised by the amount of thought that went into it and the time that went into it. It was very interesting to see how many different people had different ideas about what the Arctic was. The stories varied from the beautiful, inspiring, artistic, and artistic to the stupid, mean, and crazy. I loved the stories about the people who were behind the project, and how they managed to get the support of all the different governments, but also of the people who were against it. I think that the people who were against the Arctic 3D had some good points, but I don't think they had enough room to be the best. I was surprised to see how many different ways people had to make money from the project. Some of them were by promoting it in the newspapers, others were by selling the tickets to the film, and others still were by selling the plastic toys. Some people were very successful in making money from the project, and some people didn't succeed at all. I think that the movie was good because it didn't focus on the people who made the money, but on the people who were working to make money. It was a great film and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Arctic or 3D films.

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Christine

I really enjoyed the movie. The images were stunning, and the story, I think, was told really well. The only problem I had was the soundtrack. It was a little too quiet in some scenes. I also felt that there was not enough coverage of the Arctic, and some parts of the story, which was part of the background of the movie, were not covered. Overall, I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys a movie that is a little different.

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Craig R.

I watched this movie on DVD and I was really surprised by the quality of the movie. It was a little bit like a documentary. The movie is very well done and the story is very well told. I was surprised that the director did not have a background in photography. The movie is very well made. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the Arctic. I would also recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the Arctic. The movie does not have a political message. It is just a movie about the Arctic and the people who live there.

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Laura Ramirez

I have seen this film twice. The first time I saw it, I was bored and I didn't care what happened to the characters. The second time I saw it, I was more interested. The film is about a group of people who are stranded in the Arctic for months on end. They are trying to survive the harsh environment and the weather conditions. The film was shot in the arctic, so it was very realistic. I also thought the acting was very good. The characters were well developed and I liked the chemistry between the characters. I thought the film was very well done and it was a very good movie.