Disneynature Oceans Movie Review
Disneynature Oceans Will Take You Places You Have Never Been
The third Disneynature film, Disneynature Oceans arrived in theatres on Earth Day, April 22, 2010 promising to be another beautiful nature documentary.
As Disney did with the second Disneynature film, Earth, it announced that it would make a donation toward saving the coral reefs for each and every person who attended the movie during the opening week of April 22nd to 28th.
Donations were made to The Nature Conservancy under the program which is being called "See OCEANS, Save Oceans." The program provided assistance primarily to the coral reefs located in The Dominican Republic, Papua New Guinea and Palau.
The first film, called Earth, broke records for a nature documentary in the week it opened at theatres and it also broke the record for the single-day box-office for a nature documentary. Did Disneynature Oceans compare? Read on...
"Visit never-before-seen worlds through the eyes of the creatures who live there."
Disneynature Oceans Official Movie Trailer
"More creatures live in coral reefs than any other habitat on Earth." ~~ Disney
Fast Facts About Disneynature's Oceans
- Disneynature Oceans will be narrated by Pierce Brosnan.
- Disneynature Oceans may (as did Earth) also use some of the footage from Discovery's Planet Earth as well as some never-before-seen footage.
- The movie will include a duet by Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato in the form of a duet called 'Make A Wave.'
- Oceans is produced by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud.
- Rated: G.
- Running time: 100 minutes.
Disneynature Oceans Review
"Oceans is a movie that has to been seen to be believed. The footage, which was painstakingly gathered over several years, is nothing short of remarkable and I say that having already seen Planet Earth. A joint venture among Walt Disney Studios and the French studios of Notro Films and Galatee Films, the movie does take advantage of the enviro-soapbox but it is still able to entrance the audience by providing a glimpse into the power and mystery of the oceans." ~~ Collider.com
"A sea turtle is born on land but spends most of its life in the ocean."
"Coral reefs cover less than 1% of the ocean floor, but support more than 25% of all sea creatures."
DisneyNature Oceans Blu-ray Reviews
- Disneynature: Oceans Blu-ray review by DVDTown
"You'd think that the world really doesn't need yet another Blu-ray of ocean life, but because Disneynature captures a number of things on camera for the first time, it's a respectable addition to anyone's growing library of nature films. And the pro
- Oceans Blu-ray Review by Blu-ray.com
"Oceans may not be a traditional nature documentary, but it is a poignant, cinematic alternative that captures the majesty and magnificence of Earth's vast undersea kingdoms. Disney's Blu-ray beaut is just as extraordinary, and well worth its asking
- Oceans Blu-ray Review by High-Def Digest
"The filmmakers do a great job capturing footage that's unique to their movie, and it makes you realize just how abundant life in the ocean truly is. The video and audio are superb, really they are. They couldn't be any better than what they are now.
Order Your Copy of Disneynature Oceans on Blu-ray or DVD
"A manatee can eat 30 pound of plants per day."
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"Great white sharks have a special organ that detects small electric fields."
"A humpback whales flippers are the largest of any whale."
"The average depth of the ocean is 2.5 miles."
See OCEANS, Save Oceans.
© 2010 Treasures By Brenda