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March of the Penguins

December 11 2006 at 7:47 PM

Rita  (Login ersatzrat)
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Getting ready to go watch March of the Penguins right now. Coming on at 8 p.m.





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Judi A
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Didja

December 15 2006, 6:19 PM 

like it? I watched it last December and was very impressed with the cinematography. It was kinda sad - poignant.

 
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Yes, the plight of the penguins. The music, the scenery

December 15 2006, 7:31 PM 

Morgan Freemans voice...wonderful

 
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Yeah.

December 15 2006, 10:53 PM 

It was wonderful cinematography. Wonder how they manage to position that camera?? Do they dress like penguins to get those shots? Even good lenses will risk getting another penguin's butt in the way if they're far off.

Sad, though, that nature is so cruel. I guess that's the way to balance populations. Made me cry with the poor baby that died and the mama that was shark food.

Generally good movie, though.

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Like the major mooning

December 16 2006, 6:49 AM 

I got last time I visited Audubon Zoo! They must have a lot of P-Butt footage on the cutting room floor.

 
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