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To the Limit (1989)

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What happens in a human body during high stress activities like extreme sports?

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One of the Best IMAX films!
5 May 2003 | by (Washington, DC) – See all my reviews



This movie is an IMAX documentary about how the human body can be pushed to the limit. This movie takes full-advantage of the IMAX experience by incredible shots on location such as a rock outcrop being scaled by a climber and a skier racing down a ski slope. Equally impressive are the footage sequences INSIDE the human body. You will "fly-through" the lungs, the heart, and its mainy blood vessels. In the future this film might become dated with new bio-medical films or specials. But they will not match the cinematography experience that this film format displays on the subject matter. So sit back and enjoy the "ride"


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