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The Green Life: Movie Review Friday: Under the Sea 3D

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March 06, 2009

Movie Review Friday: Under the Sea 3D

Escape to the movies with one of our Movie Review Friday selections. Each week, we review a film with an environmental theme that’s currently in theaters or available on DVD. Seen a good eco-flick lately? Send us a review of 100 or fewer words and look for it in the next Movie Review Friday.

Under the Sea 3D (2009)

Now playing in IMAX theaters

Now playing on the big, big screen: Under the Sea 3D, an IMAX flick that shows little-known sea creatures much larger than life and in all their three-dimensional glory. Filmmakers Howard and Michele Hall shot gorgeous -- and sometimes devastating -- footage of marine life in the teeming waters around Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, and Australia. IMAX, a Canadian company, recruited fellow Canuck Jim Carrey to narrate.

Sequences include encounters with the highly venomous stonefish, playful sea lions, a yet-to-be-named shark species, and the captivating leafy sea dragon. A key message is how terribly global warming will damage the oceans' living things.

--Avital Binshtock


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