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This looks and feels like a made-for-TV special for National Geo - I know it was shot in high def... It just doesn't look it. Read morePublished on Dec 30 2009 by Some Bloke
I'd forgotten I'd watched this a while back and enjoyed the commentary and the camera shots. It was mostly about saving the coral reef, not enjoying it. Read morePublished on Dec 28 2009 by R. Barefoot
I bought this DVD only for the eye candy WMVHD version...and I wasn't disappointed. The video quality is simply spectacular !Published on July 19 2004 by Predescu Laurentiu
I bought this disk because it was the first-ever high definition 1080progressive scan DVD made to run on a pc that has windows media 9 and a fancy graphics card. Read morePublished on April 13 2004 by "spite_check"
The WMVHD is simply the best way to watch this movie.
720p is 1280*720 and 1080p is 1920*1080 on your computer. Read more
Unlike the last reviewer, I found the information presented in this IMAX powerful. What more proof does one need, that the oceans are DYING? Read morePublished on Jan. 26 2004 by Emily
They should have called this " Chicken-little's global warming and rainforest diatribe, with a little underwater photography"
Twice the statement is made that ALL... Read more