IMAX: UNDER THE SEA 3D SINGLE-DISC BLU-RAY 3D/BLU-RAY COMBO
IMAX: Under the Sea 3D Single-Disc Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray Combo
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Actors: Jim Carrey Director: Howard Hall Rating: Features: 3D, Color, Dolby, Widescreen Running Time: 41 minutes Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1 Release Date: November 16, 2010 Theatrical Release Date: 2009 Studio: Warner Home Video
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Imagine a world of incredible color and beauty. Of crabs wearing jellyfish for hats. Of fish disguised as frogs, stones and shag carpets. Of a kaleidoscope of underwater life. Now, explore it in FULL HD on Blu-ray 3D. The makers of Deep Sea and Into the Deep take you into the waters of the Great Barrier Reef and other South Pacific realms, as Blu-ray 3D immerses you as never before possible in the comfort of your own home. Enter the exciting next dimension in home entertainment!
Filmed in IMAX 3D, Under the Sea is a strikingly realistic underwater exploration of the amazing sea life of the coral triangle in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, and the Great Barrier Reef. Viewers instantaneously become divers, immersed in the coral reefs and floating mere inches away from sea life ranging from cuttlefish to venomous sea snakes, nautiluses, sea dragons, and great white sharks. Narrated by a surprisingly sensitive and mostly serious Jim Carrey, the film explores everything from how various species use color and pattern changes to communicate to the mating habits of cuttlefish and the symbiotic relationships between sea creatures as varied as the crab and jellyfish. Carrey points out that man's actions have increased the oceans' carbon dioxide levels--a situation which leads to ocean warming and acidification which could potentially upset the symbiotic balance of undersea life and result in dissolving the coral reefs and destroying multiple species of ocean life. The film ends on a hopeful note, declaring that man is beginning to take responsibility for his actions and now possesses the skills to mitigate his effects on the environment and preserve the ocean wonderland. The underwater photography in this film is absolutely stunning and the realism of the 3D format can't be overstated. Viewers of all ages will be mesmerized throughout this 45-minute film and will leave with an important understanding about man's vital role in preserving ocean life. --Tami Horiuchi