Nonton Film Tiny Giants 3D (2014) Full Movie

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Film Tiny Giants 3D (2014) Full Movie
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Blown up to IMAX scale, “Tiny Giants” is the big-screen 3-D version of a BBC series, “Hidden Kingdoms,” about the adventures of a chipmunk and a grasshopper mouse.

In the much-longer BBC version, several other animals are covered, but the 44-minute “Tiny Giants” focuses on “what happens beneath us” in the lives of two small creatures, alone for the first time in their lives, who are trying only to survive.

It sounds like an extension of the opening sequence in David Lynch’s “Blue Velvet,” and the narrator, Stephen Fry, does almost gleefully report the more macabre touches. Much of the film was shot in an Arizona desert full of venomous creatures, including “more rattlesnakes than anywhere else on Earth.”

Movie Review ★★★  
‘Tiny Giants,’ documentary narrated by Stephen Fry. Directed by Mark Brownlow, from a script by Brownlow and Michael Gunton. 44 minutes. No rating, some visual material is nightmarish. Pacific Science Center.

Slow-motion special effects help to create a world that’s larger than human life, and so does a score that’s sometimes overly dramatic. When the tiny heroes are battling a scorpion or a “burglar” who has stolen a winter supply of acorns, the visual material is often strong enough.

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Indeed, the emphasis on nightmarish monsters of various sizes makes “Tiny Giants” seem questionable as family-friendly entertainment. Disney may have covered some of the same subjects in 1953’s “The Living Desert,” but the movie had a lighter side that’s rare here. Only the unquestionable adorability of the main characters keeps you watching.

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