IMAX - Coral Reef Adventure
Image / IMAX (10/14/2003)
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IMDB   6.8
45 mins USA / English
DVD  Region 1   NR (Not Rated)
Liam Neeson Narrator
Howard Hall Himself
Michele Hall Herself
Jean-Michel Cousteau Himself
Rusi Vulakoro Himself
Richard Pyle Himself
Tracey Medway Herself
Maria Joao Rodriguez Herself
Rob Barrel Himself
Cat Holloway Herself
Greg MacGillivray
Producer Greg MacGillivray
Alec Lorimore
Writer Jack Stephens
Osha Gray Davidson
Steve Judson
Cinematography Brad Ohlund
Musician Bob Brozman

This film is an IMAX documentary, narrated by Liam Neeson, all about the coral reefs and their fragility. The music is done by Crosby, Stills, and Nash. The coral reefs of the world are in danger and are dying because of over-fishing, too much algae, global warming, and pollution such as sewage that is dumped in oceans or from rivers which have too much mud. Also, mangrove trees get rid of pollution but they are being destroyed as well. The film focuses on the Great Barrier Reef as well as tropical island locations such as Bora Bora and Fiji and Tahiti. People in Fiji rely on the reefs for food because ocean animals live in the reefs. Jean-Michel Cousteau is also featured.
Edition Details
Edition Widescreen
Distributor Image
Release Date 10/14/2008
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio Widescreen (1.78:1)
Audio Tracks DTS-HD High Resolution Audio [English]
Layers Single Side, Single Layer
No. of Disks/Tapes 1

This film has beautiful images to share. The movie was well produced with a great use of music with the different shots. The movie did get a little "environmental", but it was to be expected. I also think they could have chosen better music than Crosby, Stills and Nash. Overall I would highly recommend seeing it if you have the opportunity. It is educational and breathtaking.