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I saw this at a preview screening in London.The format of this documentary is a typical investigative adventure that we have become used to from the nice Sir David Attenborough's nature programs. This is not comparable to Walking with Dinosaur series, we don't follow the life of any particular family. Instead, the documentary spans the evolution of how early dinosaurs first took to the sky through to their peak and extinction.Much of the tool has Attenborough on screen with scientists investigating fossil bones and explaining how they can interpret the flying dinosaurs evolution. I would guess about 30% of this 40 minute documentary includes CGI recreation of the flying dinosaur era. It is a bit disappointing for an IMAX/big screen detail but thankfully the investigative adventure is interesting and educational and no one narrates better then the authoritative and re- assuring voice of Attenborough. When we do see the flying dinosaurs, it is a visual splendour. Though I would have liked to see a tiny more of them in action and also some interaction with huge land dinosaurs for entertainment value. But It seems to me they didn't have a budget large enough to do that which is a shame.A couple of feeding scenes might be too frightening for very tiny kids (maybe under 4 years old). Because of the lack of land dinosaurs, older children may also be slightly disappointed but otherwise this could be entertaining enough, educational IMAX detail for the entire family. I am not a fanatic of 3D, I don't like how it filters the light and makes the movies darker. Unfortunately this is no exception. However, it is used well for depth and if you play 3d for this reason, then you will play it here.
As told many times, David Attenborough is a national treasure. He may apparently dislike the term, but it is difficult to not tell that about such a nice presenter who has contributed significantly to some of the greatest programmes (of the documentary category and overall) the BBC has ever aired/produced.It is really difficult picking favourites, allow alone a definite favourite, among what Attenborough has done because he has done so many gems, it is the equivalent of trying to select your favorite ice cream flavour or your favorite operatic role (for examples) and finding you can't pick. 'Flying Creatures 3D with David Attenborough' is one of Attenborough's 3D documentary programmes, his first if correctly recalled in fact, and became the first 3D programme to be shown on British tv and victory a Bafta. Both nice achievements and deserved as well. It may not among the greatest he has ever done, in a career that has more very nice to masterpiece items than most working today. To tell that 'Flying Creatures 3D with David Attenborough' is not one of his greatest yet still manages to be very nice tells a lot about how nice his greatest work is.Would also have liked to see more of the monsters in action and more interaction, because they were there it was nice to watch and one does want that there was more. Occasionally the lighting is a tiny too filtered. Can't fault the rest of 'Flying Creatures 3D with David Attenborough' though.'Flying Creatures 3D with David Attenborough' looks splendid on a visual level. It is gorgeously filmed, done in a fully fluid and natural, sometimes intimate (a nice method of connecting more with the flying creatures) method and never looking static. In fact much of it is remarkably cinematic. The editing is everytime succinct and smooth and the scenery is spectacular.3D has had very variable execution when used. Sometimes it can enhance the experience and look great, at another times it distracts and is both overused and abused. Luckily, the 3D here in 'Flying Creatures 3D with David Attenborough' is of the incredibly well made type and enhances the experience, allowing one to see these nice monsters up close. It is a long method from soulless either, as well as looking wonderful the monster have personality and soul, making it simple to engage with them and feel for them in the same method one would with a human hero (the beauty of a lot of Attenborough's greatest work).The melody score fits very well, never overly grandiose while never being inappropriate while also being a pretty score in its own right.'Flying Creatures 3D with David Attenborough' is incredibly educational and everytime maintains interest. Have seen a lot of television, movie and ebooks on dinosaurs but still found myself learning a vast amount. In terms of the facts there was a very nice mix of the known ones and the unknown and the investigative elements and how the conclusions made are reached really do engross.Attenborough's presenting as everytime supports quite a bit. He clearly knows his items and knows what to tell and how to tell it. He delivers it with his usual richness, soft-spoken enthusiasm and sincerity, never talking down to the viewer and keeping them riveted and wanting to know more.One cannot review 'Flying Creatures 3D with David Attenborough' without mentioning a highlight or two. Particularly noteworthy is the truly unforgettable pursuit of the glider by the quetzalcoatlus, a tense and visually awe-inspiring stage that will stay with one forever.To conclude, pretty and fascinating. An example of documentaries faring surprisingly very well in 3D when executed well like here. 8/10 Bethany Cox
"Flying Creatures 3D with David Attenborough" is a 39-minute documentary film from 2011, so this one had its 5th anniversary last year. It is among the most known works by director Matthew Dyas, but the star here is obviously writer and animal documentary expert David Attenborough, who also appears in this one on few opportunities as he usually does. This film that runs shortly under 40 mins focuses predominantly on the connection between flying dinosaurs back then and birds today, but there are also connection to another animals like we see a lizard early on who somehow manages to glide thanks to his physique. Anyway, this was a cute nice watch I gotta say. It taught me many things I did not know before and the results and visual side of this short film are really on the highest level. Also, it is a very focused movie thanks to its runtime and never drags. So yeah the reason i still only give it 3 stars out of 5 is because dinosaurs and flying animals have everytime been among my lesser known zone of interest, so it is all subjective I guess. Folks with a greater interest in paleontology or ornithology will have a really nice time checking this one out, even if it probably will mot teach them as many fresh things as it did to me. Overall verdict is of course a thumbs-up. Go see it.
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