CinemaDave (cinemadave) wrote,

"The Last Reef 3 D" inspires scuba diving in the Bikini Atoll

Thanks to the IMAX influence, **Skyfall** has become the most successful James Bond movie in it's 50 year cinematic history. **Skyfall** will depart the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Discovery IMAX Theater this week to make room for **The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 3D.** While mainstream movies are a major box office draw, the museum has not lost sight that science documentaries are better on the IMAX five story screen.

Before **The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 3D** has it's Friday afternoon opening, the documentary **The Last Reef 3 D : Cities Beneath The Sea** will be screening. **The Last Reef 3D** is full of 3D razzle dazzle involving sharks, manta rays and dolphins with an environmental message about preserving reef ecosystems.

**The Last Reef 3 D** opens with a historical surprise. With the atom bomb tests in the Pacific Ocean, the bikini atoll was basically untouched by human hands. Sixty six years later, the Reef Ecosystem is thriving stronger than the rest of the reef ecosystems worldwide.

With the most advanced 3 D camera technology, the production crew filmed the most biologically diverse reefs near Palau, the Bahamas, Cancun and French Polynesia. While it's fun to poke at the 3D jellyfish and 3D Man of War, the camera technology thrives when it finds micro organism that serves the symbiotic relationship between man, sea creatures, the reef and the green planet.

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