Encounter with a Giant Squid as it's hunted by a Sperm Whale.


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Encounter with a Giant Squid as it's hunted by a Sperm Whale.

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23 May 2003 (USA)  »

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2.29 : 1
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Wildlife artist Glen Loates painted the textures featured on the Sperm Whale and Giant Squid. Dr. Clyde Roper, the film's chief scientific consultant, is the world's leading expert on Giant Squid. See more »

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An engaging film
22 January 2006 | by (New Jersey, United States) – See all my reviews

We began showing this film in its 4-D variant at a major nearby aquarium, where I work as an educator. I've personally seen it many times so far, and I have very little to complain about, aside from minor errors scientifically that ordinary guests would never pick up. The only complaint that I have is in the length--the film could be a bit more in-depth and involved than it is, and could thereby make it more deserving of the price we make people pay to see it. It certainly lays a surprisingly complex series of characters and details, its graphics and 4-D effects are employed masterfully, and its premise is still very creative nonetheless. In its eight months of showings, it seems to have made many riders--especially the younger ones--pretty happy with the experience.

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