Planet Ocean

2012 [FRENCH]


Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 77% · 50 ratings
IMDb Rating 7.8/10 10 1579 1.6K

Plot summary

Dive into our planet's greatest mysteries with a team of international underwater cinematographers as they explore the breathtaking bond between humanity and the ocean.

February 11, 2024 at 07:13 PM


Yann Arthus-Bertrand

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Josh Duhamel as
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851.92 MB
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1 hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by unbekannternutzer 10 / 10

Breathtaking visuals, very impressive

I'm unsure as to how to review a documentary style 'movie'. what makes a documentary good? i am not sure. i will just review some of the aspects.

Scientific accuracy: i was very pleased with this. i think i found only a few rather debatable scientific statements.

pictures: the best thing about this movie. it was stunning. also the commentary was really well adjusted to the current scene.

commentary: sticking to the facts, not being preachy, just like i want it.

i think that's all of what i want from a documentary. it kept me concentrated and gave me something interesting to think about while letting me admire nature's beauty (but also letting me ponder over man's achievements seen from this angle). yes, i want more of it. nicely done.

Reviewed by arnesinnema 10 / 10

Must see

I'm quite amazed to be the third one who write a review about this documentary and it's sad to see this one only gets a 6.7. To me such a documentary is so much more interesting and moving than some kind of stupid brainless CGI flick... anyways.

The visuals are stunning, and the documentary is very interesting although depressing. Since it tells the tale I basically already knew. That is humanity is busy destroying all ecosystems including the oceans. Although of course as correctly stated by the documentary the ocean is not owned by anybody and therefore anyone can exploit (or rampage) it without consequences.

Though the doc. convincingly makes this point there's more than just doom and gloom. Many interesting facts are to be learned, breathtaking visuals.

Anyways don't believe me just see it yourself..

Reviewed by joshua-303-92778 10 / 10

This is one of the most important documentaries ever made

It's a very rare film which receives a "10" from me on IMDb. "Planet Ocean" deserves it; this is a visually impressive, well-crafted, timely, and critical piece of film making.

This doco focuses on wide angle shots of huge ocean trawlers and cargo ships, to drive home to the viewer the industrial nature of modern seafood harvesting. After seeing this film, you will understand why our oceans are literally on the brink of collapse. The wealth of ocean riches -which we once assumed was inexhaustible- simply cannot handle modern, industrialized fishing.

The film tells us: "Every day, 4 million ships set out to attack the ocean." It's a mind boggling figure, and one which cannot be ignored.

This is not a joke. This is very real, and in all likelihood, the oceans will be fished out by the time your grandchildren come into this world. But it doesn't have to happen.

Everyone should see "Planet Ocean". It should be required viewing in public schools. We can either be the generation which destroyed the Natural World, or the one which saved it.

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