Earth (2007)

Earth (2007)

Earth (2007)

Big screen spin-off from the BBC’s Planet Earth nature series. Concentrates and expands on astoundingly close coverage of three creatures and their young offspring: polar bear, elephant and humpback whale. 

200799 minsUK, Germany
Documentary

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Earth (2007) / Reviews

Flicks, Team

Flicks, Team

Earth, the feature-length version of the BBC'S 'Planet Earth' series, is one of the most visually stunning nature documentaries ever to be given a cinematic release. The dazzling high-resolution footage and cutting-edge time-lapse techniques are eye-popping.

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Variety

Variety

Not one frame of CGI is used in "Earth," a landmark achievement utilizing the latest tech advances as it follows the cute and cuddly across multiple hemispheres and seasons. A ravishing distillation of the BBC/Discovery series "Planet Earth," docu brings to the large screen memorable images that cried out on TV for the full movie-going experience.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Visually dazzling portrait of our globe.

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Sunday Star-Times

Sunday Star-Times

It lets the animals' fragile survival speak even louder than Stewart's carefully scripted words and we, the audience, are invited to care.

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

This theatrical version, a distillation of several of the series' highlights, simply demands to be seen on the big screen where its literally brilliant, high-definition photography can be appreciated.

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Newshub

Newshub

Pictures like these on the big screen are just not to be missed - Earth is gorgeous, and will make you fall in love with the planet all over again.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The statistics involved in the filmmaking are mind-boggling: 4,500 days of shooting with 30 camera teams in more than 200 locations around the world at a budget of $47 million.

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BBC

BBC

For fans of wildlife programmes, Earth will be nothing new - it is, after all, a re-cut version of the BBC series Planet Earth - but this is a wildlife film at the very top of its game. No shot is less than dazzling, most are beautiful and many are stunning.

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