Oceans - Review


There have, over the years, been a lot of terrific undersea documentaries, but if you want to know what distinguishes this new one, it comes down to a single word: technology. In Disney's Oceans, a new generation of digital cameras have been used to capture the spindly, slithery, downright otherworldly creatures that roam the ocean floor, and those cameras don't just bring you right up close. They capture, as never before, the literal, tactile texture of all those elegant sci-fi beings - the palpitating softness of a giant jellyfish, the mattress-like belly of a blue whale (the single largest animal in the history of the world), the crinkly body of a ray so svelte and multicolored it looks like a rippling Hermès scarf.


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