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Jim Carrey returns for his second outing as Ace Ventura, Pet Detective and this time he's in the depths of Africa amongst his non-biped brethren in a race to save a rare bat from some dastardly ruffians. The first film was very silly, but I liked it loads, the second film is very silly but my need for crass, slapstick gurning had obviously been filled to capacity with the first one. find out more...

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A breathtaking exploration of the deepest parts of the earth's vast oceans, populated by creatures both fascinating and creepy. Aliens of the Deep doesn't have quite the informative cache of the BBC's very similar series but it's an eye-popping journey nonetheless. find out more...

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Al Gore finds life after the politically crushing embarrassment that was his tenure as vice president and, frankly, it's unlikely he will experience another point as high as his achievement in this profound, engaging and, mercifully, clear documentary on the consequences of our complacent greed. That ĎAn Inconvenient Truth' provides little in the way of true revelations pertaining to the earth's (humanity's) looming ecological demise, and ignores some of the more profound problems of trapped car find out more...
ATLANTIS (1992)

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Another unusual offering from Luc "The Big Blue" Besson. A fascinating "Koyaanisqatsi" style journey through the strange and mysterious world of our planet's seas. Accompanied by a stylish score, the lives of some strange creatures, and some incredible sea-scapes are explored. Very unusual. find out more...

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Three documentaries; the first, set in New Guinea, about the stunningly handsome birds of paradise and those marvellous architects the bower birds. The second, and best of the three, is from Attenborough's youth and involves a successful anthropological trip into the New Guinea mountains to make first contact with some of the isolated hills people living there. In the third our hero tracks down the origin of a beautiful statuette he bought at auction and takes us to Easter Island with its fabulo find out more...

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The first episode deals entirely with bower birds, the artists of the natural world, and their incredibly decorated nests/bowers. The second episode examines animal noises, birds singing, whales calling, apes vocalising, and speculates about the origins of human music. The third episode is a biography of Sir David, largely across his years as the presenter of BBC Wildlife, and includes many of the highlights of those years. Ace stuff. find out more...

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Taking man's inhumanity to man as its central theme, 'Au Hasard Balthazar' traces the life of a donkey, christened Balthazar by a group of young children, from birth to death. Balthazar's story begins on a small farm in a rural district of France. Throughout his life he is owned by many of the locals, returning to some of them more than once, and is set various tasks, from drawing a carriage to performing in a circus, turning a grindstone to acting as a smuggler's means of transport. Some owners find out more...

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In small town Alaska, a news reporter recruits his ex-girlfriend - a Greenpeace volunteer - on a campaign to save a family of gray whales trapped by rapidly forming ice i find out more...


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Blackfish tells the story of Tilikum, a performing Orca whale that killed several people while in captivity. Told mainly through interviews with ex-trainers and the families of the vic find out more...