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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00B65QKFW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #132,118 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sharon Rose on June 4 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This film shows the Arctic at its best. It also shows the plight of the bears in particular. The narration is good. There are a variety of narrators, which makes it easy to stay focused. Considering it is a documentary film, it tells a story well.
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Format: Blu-ray
The flavor of this disk is a bit depressing, but the photography is superb and the 3D shots of the bears is amazing. I have since learned that the polar bear situation is not as dire as is conveyed by the script Meryl has to read. So just enjoy the beautiful photography and ignore the message.
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By I. Sangoya on June 7 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I like the movie. The family watch it sometimes again and doesn't get boring. The 3D is fine and good sometimes. Even the bonus features is good also.
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By Diane Edwards on July 31 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This movie is absolutely wonderful with awesome scenery and subject matter. A must watch show with great narrative. I love the bears.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Superb Photography, Great Music, Misleading Title Dec 27 2013
By M. DaSilva - Published on Amazon.com
There is nothing wrong about creating a documentary pro global warming or denying it really exist. For the most part we live in a free society where anyone can defend any position he/she chooses. The problem I see is when people uses trickery to achieve a goal. This movie has an obvious agenda. Not to show the beauty of the arctic or the majestic polar bears, as I thought it was when I bought it. The purpose of this movie is to enlist viewers to join the global warming front. Fine, but be truthful about it in the title, cover, description, wherever, just be honest so those who decide to PAY for it know what they're paying for. That said, the scenes are of top quality and so is the music so I don't think it was a total waste of money and time, hence the 3 stars. I would give it a 5 star rating but I just don't like being misled.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Amazing, but one or two reservations... May 26 2013
By ChibiNeko - Published on Amazon.com
Note: I saw this in the theater on the big IMAX screen, so I didn't get the chance to see the extras on the DVD.

This is a wonderful movie with a message, but I'll warn anyone coming into this: this film is very focused on global warming. It's an important message, but I felt that at times this film didn't entirely know what to focus on: the polar bears or the threat to their environment. As a result we don't really have a good look at either. To the Artic is only 40 minutes in length, so this leaves it with a bit of a handicap.

The movie is gorgeous to watch, so even with the film feeling a bit muddled in its focus you still have tons of gorgeous scenery to watch. The film work is really amazing here, with tons of close ups of adorable polar bear behavior and breathtaking shots of the glistening ice. There are also some shots of how the scenes are shot, both human and remote cameras. I think this was one of the more interesting aspects of the movie because at times it shows how dangerous it can be for the equipment and the persons going underwater.

I think that this was toned down a lot for younger audiences and the short length, but at times I kind of feel that they could have done more with this. I remember watching far more intense films when I was younger on PBS and not getting too scared, so I really wish that they'd gone a bit more in depth either way. I do like that this film mentioned how we impact the environment, but I wish that they'd elaborated just a little. Maybe giving some suggestions on how to help or something along those lines?

Overall though this is still very much worth the price of admission to your local theater and worth renting. This does have value as far as viewing it again, as there's nothing truly gory or scary for your younger viewers. They'll love watching the adorable polar bear babies and even if it's a little light, you'll like that it's educational.

For the older viewers, this will be something they'll really only watch a few times so you'd probably be better off getting one of the more full length documentaries on the Artic. This is nice, but a little light for the ones wanting a bit more meat to their viewing experience.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Not what you are thinking Jan. 18 2014
By Christy - Published on Amazon.com
The trailer makes this movie seem like a story about a polar bear family. Only a portion included the focus on a bear family. The majority was a documentary on global warming. The narrative was too advanced for young kids to understand while the conclusions were too unfounded for young kids (and adults) not to question. The repeated drum beat of "the ice is melting" took away from the value of what could be an entertaining family story. The anecdotal examples used and lack of true evidence cited make the narrative difficult to even listen to regardless of one's stance on environmental change. Unfortunately, the beautiful imagery was tainted by the in-your-face agenda being force fed while you attempt to learn more about and be entertained by polar bears.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Just beautiful movie Feb. 22 2013
By Carlos - Published on Amazon.com
I watched this documentary in the New England Aquarium, it is beautiful. I cried as well as my girlfriend, it's just touchy. I've been looking for it ever since, and I found it, and of course purchased it.

Life is rough for the animals in the arctic, but nature is just to gorgeous.

Do yourself a favor and watch it, or buy it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
We love Polar Bears and the scenery was fantastic March 29 2015
By Julian T. Ramey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
We love Polar Bears and the scenery was fantastic. But, leave the friggin politics out of it! This film is not much different than the one called "Arctic Tale" made about 10 year ago! Same old song and dance. They also were Global Warming fanatics, yet, 10 years later, the Polar Bears are still here and we're not covered by oceans! Enough already. Global Warming is just a scam to line Al Gore's and other liberals' pockets with trillions of dollars! Liberals tried to pull this same scam back during the depression, look it up. Roosevelt felt it wasn't the time to burden people that were jumping out of windows because they lost everything. It was shelved. Almost 90 years later, we're still here and so are polar bears!
Too bad such nice scenery was wasted on a liberals' opinion!

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