Letting Go of God is a humorous monologue by Julia Sweeney chronicling her search for God. She begins in the Catholic church, the religion her family raised her in, and takes a Bible study ... See full summary »
A rapid-fire history of our world, from the beginning of time as we know it to present day. This two-hour CGI-driven special delves into the key turning points: the formation of earth, ... See full summary »
Alexei Vladimir Filippenko,
DEEPER: the first installment in the DEEPER, FURTHER, HIGHER trilogy. Follow Jeremy Jones and other top freeriders as they travel to the world's snowboarding meccas and venture past the ... See full summary »
Two part mini-series follows the journeys of two different groups of modern humans as they encounter other human species. The first group encounters Homo erectus and is forced to cross the ... See full summary »
Inge Wegge (25) and Jørn Ranum (22) spent nine months of cold, Norwegian winter in the isolated and uninhabited bay of a remote, arctic island by the coast of Northern-Norway, facing ... See full summary »
Dedicated to everything snowboarding, Travis Rice and a dream team crew set out on a seek-and-destroy operation for the new zone, the new trick and the new perspective on the sport. New ... See full summary »
Two years in the making, "The Art of FLIGHT" gives iconic snowboarder Travis Rice and friends the opportunity to redefine what is possible in the mountains. Experience the highs, as new ... See full summary »
Flight from Death is the first film to investigate the psychological The effects of death anxiety are embedded within everything we do across Flight from Death is the culmination of many years of research and
Some amazing scenes, especially in the first half.
Music seemed a little bit dull, so I muted the movie after 10 minutes and played some music from my own library to go with it, it was much better. HUVA Network and Carbon Based Lifeforms fit like a glove.
My main gripe with this movie is its length. Its effective duration is only 39 minutes, the rest is title screens + credits. Even so, 39 minutes is more than enough to get bored by seeing more or less the same tree projected against the night sky every third shot or so.
Chances are you don't have a 4K system in your living room, so do yourself a favor and buy 1992's Baraka on Blu-ray instead.
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