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Pandas

Pandas is a movie starring Kristen Bell, Wen Lei Bi, and Rong Hou. In the mountains of Sichuan, China, a researcher forms a bond with Qian Qian, a panda who is about to experience nature for the first time.

Running Time
42 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Drew Fellman, David Douglas
Writer
Drew Fellman
Actors
Ben Kilham, Wen Lei Bi, Rong Hou, Kristen Bell
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In the mountains of Sichuan, China, a researcher forms a bond with Qian Qian, a panda who is about to experience nature for the first time.

Comments about documentary «Pandas» (15)

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Kathryn

In a world of rampant consumerism, I often wonder what might have been without a drugstore. While there are many different kinds of drugstore, this documentary focuses on the Paddington store. After hearing a story from a former Paddington employee, the filmmaker decides to go into the store himself. He visits a full fledged drugstore (including cocaine, heroin, LSD, and LSD substitute), as well as some of the other drugstore's along the way. He does this so that he can get a general idea of what the stores are like. As the movie progresses, we learn that the store is run by an odd man named "Prince". What he does is completely ridiculous, and the store becomes a weird place. Also, the store seems to be lacking in compassion and in giving its customers the time of day. As a result, the store is filled with a lot of drug users. When the movie ends, it makes you feel like the Paddington store has been reduced to a crumbling, decaying ruin. There are some scenes where the viewer is treated to various people just hanging around. They sit around doing nothing, and nothing else. Their only purpose is to make the movie feel depressing. You could say that they are being there just for the movie. The Paddington store is a complete tragedy. It seems to have been put together only to make the film depressing. If I were to add one point to this movie, it would be to look at the stores that aren't located in countries with drug use, such as the United States. It would be very difficult to find drugstores that offer a more entertaining and interesting experience.

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Maria Thompson

The White Tigers are a curious breed of lions who have all but disappeared from the wild. After the animal liberation movement of the 1960s led to their being outlawed in the United States, the White Tigers were given legal status in Japan. In the late 1980s, the cubs were brought to the US, and have been the subject of media and public fascination ever since. In 2005, the White Tigers were included in the White Tigers of the World: An International Almanac, an annual report on the world's lion population. This film is the result of a collaboration between PBS, National Geographic, and Japan's National Institute of Polar Research. It includes interviews with the White Tigers and other people who have the animals as pets. There's also a film maker who goes around the world photographing the White Tigers. The film is all about the White Tigers, and the organization behind their preservation. The White Tigers are classified as a "species of special concern," which means they are endangered, and the Japanese government is determined to preserve them. As a result, the Japanese government has made it illegal to own White Tigers, but the White Tigers are still protected. There's a lot of talk about the White Tigers and their interests, but there's very little footage of them. The film is also focused on the White Tigers' lives outside of the Japanese enclosure. The two male White Tigers, Sumiyoshi and Kudo, are a key focus of this film. The White Tigers are highly social animals, and it's the social interaction between them that keeps them together. The films editors and producers, who also studied in Japan, decided to focus on the interactions of the two male White Tigers. The White Tigers are very protective of their territory, and their choice of territory is pretty important. The territory they're in isn't really conducive to their survival, so it's quite a challenge for them to defend their territory. A tiger's very social environment is very important, and they use a lot of techniques to keep their territory safe. They have a small hunting ground in which to hunt, and they also use traps. They also make a lot of use of shakus, a sort of house designed specifically for the White Tigers to live in. In this context, the White Tigers are a very important part of the film. The Japanese government has been known to take very protective action against the White Tigers, sometimes raiding their territory and killing the animals, sometimes allowing the White Tigers to keep their territory, and sometimes even buying them off. The White Tigers are extremely intelligent, and it's their intelligence that makes them dangerous. The filmmakers, who spent a lot of time with the White Tigers, also really get into the psychological reasons for the White Tigers' behavior. They discuss the White Tigers' early life, their experiences in captivity, and their feelings toward their country. The White Tigers aren't just the animals the Japanese government would protect, but they are also the animals they protect themselves from. The White Tigers are very vulnerable to extinction, and so they work to defend their territory and the people who live near it. The Japanese government has had a lot of trouble keeping the White Tigers under control. During World War II, a lot of people were killed by the Japanese government for taking photos of the White Tigers, and the Japanese government ordered the removal of the animals from their habitat, making them into property for the Japanese. The White Tigers' territory has been confiscated several times, and they've been kept in a cage on a farm in the country. In 1999, a court ruled that the White Tigers could be released back into the wild. The White Tigers won their case, and the government agreed to release them back into the wild. The White Tigers in their habitat are able to interact and share their own language, and they have a great deal of social interaction. These interactions are all very interesting, and the film makers really get into the White Tigers' lives. They focus on the White Tigers' domestic life, such as how they breed, raise their cubs, and care for them. The domestic life of the White Tigers is also very interesting, and the filmmakers are very good at telling their story. They get to

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Kimberly H.

The documentary "The Great Pandas of China" is one of the best documentaries I've seen. It's about the lives of the pandas in China, and how they became endangered. The film starts with how the pandas came to be, and then they go on to the pandas' breeding, their captivity, and the government's efforts to try and bring them back to their home in China. The film follows the pandas' people and their struggles as they try to save the pandas. It's full of quotes and stories about the pandas, and they make you laugh, cry, and even yell at the same time. This film is an extremely well made documentary. It's got a great soundtrack and it's got a great director. It also has a great cast, and the whole thing is very realistic. The pandas are portrayed as a really intelligent species, and they're actually not. They're very intelligent, but they're still animals. You don't go to see them like they are, and they're not as stupid as they are in the movie. They're definitely not like a lion, they're not as smart. But the film is great. The entire thing is incredibly interesting and entertaining, and it's definitely a must see for anyone interested in animals, pandas, or just nature. The movie doesn't focus too much on the pandas, and instead it's mainly focused on the people, their struggles, and their efforts to try and save the pandas. The movie is very well done, and I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys documentaries. It's incredibly entertaining, and definitely one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

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Willie

What a waste of time watching this movie. It is completely unoriginal, uninteresting, and boring. The topics are not new. It is full of unbelievable coincidences, too. There is nothing original in this movie. The characters are boring and the storyline is completely implausible. This is a movie that you should see if you want to see the politics of the current US government. They are portraying the current US government as very strong and in control. No matter what, a movie needs something to bring people to watch it. And this movie lacks the necessary and sufficient to bring people to watch it. Even the very few people who go to watch this movie are going to be bored. It is not an entertaining movie at all. I wish this movie would not have been made, and I wish that the US government would focus on bringing the right policies to Washington instead of giving government money to the entertainment industry. There are many wonderful and intelligent things that can be done with government money, but the entertainment industry is wasting it. And they are using that money to go to this waste of time.

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Paul S.

The end of the world is coming, this is my first review. This movie will open your eyes. It will show you that it is an insane time, it will show you what you are ready to see. This movie will make you believe, it will convince you. It will convince you that the end of the world is coming, and it will make you believe it. In the end, there will be no one left to believe, and you will not feel it. You will feel the weight of the world, and it will turn to dust. If you are a believer, you will believe. If you are not, it will make you think that all you need is to believe.

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Jean

I found this film to be both enlightening and humorous. Watching this film and hearing the diverse opinions from various filmgoers and industry insiders gave me the opportunity to hear what the filmmakers had to say about the cinema industry, the movie business, and the art form. I thought the movie would be focused on the film industry and the industry itself. However, it was much more about the art and craft that went into the creation of films. There is a lot of interesting information and insights in this film, from the beginnings of film making, to the very art of film editing. It also explores the often-overlooked fact that the public and the critics are more critical of what they perceive as a "lowbrow" film than what they perceive as a "highbrow" film. I was especially impressed by the film's ability to capture the general public's opinions of how the film industry is, what films it's made, and what the industry needs to do to remain in business. I was also impressed with how one individual was able to articulate why the art of film-making should be more widely appreciated. While I was surprised by the diversity of opinion expressed by various industry insiders, I was impressed by how the filmmaker's were able to document, interview, and persuade the opinion of these industry insiders. The film has a number of very good pieces of information, most of which I had not heard before. However, I was also surprised at the accuracy of some of the comments that were posted on this website. While I agree with many of the comments, I was also surprised by the apparent lack of knowledge of the industry or the public on a number of the topics in the film. The filmmakers did a very good job of making the film both informative and entertaining. The film is light-hearted and entertaining, yet I did not find it to be a very thought-provoking film. However, I found the film to be very educational and to help bridge the gap between me and the audience. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in the art of film-making.

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Sarah

In the run up to the 2004 Commonwealth Games in Commonwealth Games, India, a number of news outlets, including BBC Radio 4's PM programme, reported on an unusual phenomenon; all male bodies, even their testicles and vaginas, were growing and changing in size at a rapid rate. Women reported similar experiences with the same result. In what is now known as the "mass phenomenon", over half a million people were reported to have undergone the transformation. BBC Radio 4's PM programme carried a series of interviews with many of the individuals and their families, who described the experience as a frightening and embarrassing one, but also as an exciting and fulfilling one. This programme, entitled "Mass", is the first to tackle the mass phenomenon as it is explained in detail. It does not take much imagination to picture the mass phenomenon happening all around the world, but the BBC's BBC Radio 4 report is one of the first to examine it from a scientific perspective. It is a fascinating documentary which tells the story of the mass phenomenon through interviews with several people who experienced it. The main themes are the fear, confusion and disorientation that is often felt by individuals after undergoing the transformation, but also the fear of being found out, and the risks of being labelled a "poo-poo" and ostracised. In interviews with the families of those who experienced the transformation, the documentary shows the fear and confusion they faced, and how the transformation affected their lives. The BBC Radio 4 report also covers the science behind the mass phenomenon, and there is also a brief discussion of the dangers of being stigmatised, as a result of the mass phenomenon. The BBC Radio 4 report is by far the most detailed and informative documentary to deal with the mass phenomenon. It also covers the dangers of being stigmatised, and the dangers of being thought of as a "poo-poo". In conclusion, this is a very interesting documentary, which is well worth watching.

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Gary H.

For many years, I have been a fan of wildlife documentaries, and have spent some time in India with animals and other species. I was pleased to see the film, "Wild" from India, in the film section of Netflix. The film starts with a horse and is about a young Indian boy named Yuji, who travels across the countryside to get his father's belongings. The film was not particularly original, and is very much a product of the way filmmakers were telling stories in the 1950's. There is a lot of footage from the 1950's, and lots of travelogue footage of India. The scenes of nature are mostly boring and seem to be composed for the sake of showing the countryside and the countryside itself. The film has a good cast, but their stories are rarely compelling, and it is hard to care about the characters, and their motivations. The film is essentially a series of animal stories, narrated by a narrator, and with no real character development. The reason that the movie is enjoyable is that it is such a unique film, and tells such a unique story. It is hard to look past the amateurish nature of the movie, and the amateurishness of the narration. The movie tells a story of a young boy, who travels across the country to get his father's belongings, and it is all told with so many camera shots of the landscape and animals. The narration is generally amateurish, and does not give the viewer much insight into the story, and the stories. The narration is not bad, but it does not give much insight into the stories, and the motivations of the characters. It was difficult to relate to the characters, and I found the narration hard to believe. The acting in the movie was not exceptional, but it is enjoyable to watch the actors act. The film also did have some interesting wildlife footage, but this is mainly the nature of the scene and does not really have much impact on the narrative. The film is not really about the animals, and the animals are not very compelling. It is hard to watch a film like this, and it is hard to find an enjoyable way to watch the film. It is hard to put your finger on why the film was enjoyable, but I did not find it to be good. My grade: C+

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Donald

I always wondered how all the individuals in the movie, who came to me looking for a job, did not feel ashamed, and how many times they have struggled with the job market. The people who had jobs felt ashamed. It is unfortunate that in this economy that these people are more likely to have jobs at the expense of other people. I have had a career in the service industry for more than 20 years and I know people who were laid off. I know people who lost their homes, and families who lost their jobs. All of us in the service industry are in a precarious position in the face of the world economy, and we feel responsible for the situation we created in our profession. It is also a shame that not a single one of the movie participants felt that the movie was "saying anything positive about the service industry." It was not meant to be that way. This movie is a call to action. It is an attempt to educate the viewer to the devastating impact that the service industry has on the economy. If you are a member of the service industry, it is your responsibility to understand the impact that your job has on the economy and your fellow citizens. Even if you are not, it is your responsibility to join other people in speaking up and demanding that you be treated fairly. Don't be afraid to speak up. There is nothing to lose. There is nothing to gain. There is nothing to be ashamed of. If you feel you can do something about it, you have the power to do it.

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Joe Harrison

Wow! I am in awe of the opening sequence of this film. If I had the opportunity to watch this film again, I would do so. I am a big fan of the mountain/mountain rescue teams that travel with the Dalai Lama, and am very surprised and impressed by how often they are there, and how they are respected and respected in the community. I can tell you that one of the most dedicated, brilliant, and caring volunteers is a Tibetan woman named "Hsiao-Tsang". She is the only volunteer that has a very close relationship with the Dalai Lama. I would like to say thank you to the people who made this film. I can't say enough about this film. This film has a great message to the people of Tibet, and the people of Asia, and the world. And to the whole world. No matter what your religion, race, color, or creed, I say this, you have the right to know about a simple life and a simple message, and the importance of hope, and the strength of a family, and the power of hope. Thank you to all the people who made this film, and thank you to the people who are working on this film.

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Kevin

I don't really know what to say about this movie, I know it is a documentary but I have not seen any documentary about the elephant poachers. As I have heard the following two things, one is that it is the worst, the other is that it is not even an "expert" opinion. I've read about the massacre of elephants in Kenya, I've read about the loss of elephants to poachers in Africa. I've also read some opinions on the subject, so I don't know what to think. So I'm going to just say it was a pretty good documentary. It was hard to watch when you know all the facts and you know how things happened, but you still feel sadness and compassion when you watch it. And it's so easy to sympathize with elephants. I hope that there will be more movies about this subject, maybe some people will realize that they are just being selfish by not protecting elephants, and they can be compassionate to elephants because they have that feeling of having been wronged by it, but also because they have feelings. The elephant poachers are not the heroes, they are not heroes, and it's not that they are evil, it's that they are victims, just like the rest of us. This is not a documentary about the elephant poaching, it's about the tragedy and the sadness, because it's one of the most important problems to be faced by the world today. And I believe that it will be the next good documentary.

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Juan Williams

I think this movie is a good example of what is wrong with our society and the way we are being treated. Instead of the universalistic message that is the message of every American, this movie has a message that is specific to India, specifically to an Indian girl that is still in school. When she becomes the winner of a beauty contest, she is taken away to live with the parents of a friend that she had a relationship with when she was younger. She is not allowed to leave the apartment, and no one takes her with them. She has to work during the day as a delivery boy, and the entire time she is alone, she has to attend school. She is afraid that if she goes to school, she will not be able to study. When she gets an assignment that will require her to write about the subject that she is studying, she cannot do it because the teachers do not want her to write. I have only seen this movie once, but it is something that I think everyone should watch. I feel like I have a lot to learn from this movie. I think it is important that the leaders of the world know about what is wrong in this country and how we are being treated.

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Joan

This film is a compilation of documentaries that examine the relationship between the forests and people and the ways in which humans have destroyed the forests. The film was first shown in the United States in 2013. It was made by Phil Foster and Hannah Seidl and is edited by Ted Doherty. It also features interviews with several experts from around the world. The entire film is available on YouTube.

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Thomas Estrada

There is a scene in which a young male can be seen to be chopping a piece of dead tree bark in an effort to build a fire, but he does not have a torch. It was not clear to me if this was a case of Mr. Spade as the "bad guy" or the director simply not knowing how to handle a scene where the character is clearly not needed. After all, the actor was young, not mature, and the knife was not an item of clothing. Still, the scene worked well enough and it added to the overall impression of the movie. Another scene that was worth a mention was when the narrator in the movie, Mr. Spade, described the things he saw on the trail of the tiger. He described how the tiger was cold and how the human being was wearing a fur coat, and so forth. It was really interesting to see the various methods of getting the tiger's attention. Most of the other characters, not Mr. Spade, but other characters, who were not the main focus of the movie, were just background in this movie. The main focus was on the tiger. The best part of the movie was the music. I have to say that the music and lyrics were wonderful and fit in with the scene in the movie. In the last scene, the music was the most important. The people who made the music are, for me, the best of the movie. The song played was a great song in itself, but the lyrics were also so well put together that the lyrics fit in very well with the song and the lyrics fit in with the music. It was also very entertaining to see the different ways the people in the movie were able to get the tiger's attention. There were some scenes that were very funny, but the audience was laughing. As a professional filmmaker, I am constantly surprised at how well some of the scenes were put together. They fit together perfectly and they were also extremely well done. As a person who has to be creative in order to put together a movie, I was pleased with the way the scenes were put together. The movie was very fun to watch, but it was not very entertaining. The main goal of the movie was to get the audience to think about what they saw in the movie, and that was not accomplished by the movie itself. I give it a 7.5 out of 10. See it if you have time. If you have a life to spend, see it if you have time.

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Kenneth P.

This documentary, which was written by two of the principals, tells the story of a group of circus performers who escaped from a circus by climbing onto a cliff. The filmmakers have done a wonderful job in bringing to the screen the tales of the other performers, and we are treated to an incredible and moving documentary about the group's escape and how they managed to make it back to the circus. There are many famous faces in the cast, such as Richard Griffiths, Tom Waits, Billy Connolly, and Rene Zellweger. The film does a great job of bringing back to life the stories of the performers, and making it interesting to see the different stories told through the story of the escape. The film does a great job of showing the audience the stories of the performers, and they're incredible. It's one of those films that people can watch over and over again, and it will get you thinking about the performers and what it means to be a circus performer. The film has its flaws. The documentary is not very coherent, and there are parts where the narration is a little cheesy. It also gets a little slow at times, and I think it would have been better to have a little more time spent on the escape itself. But, all in all, it's an amazing documentary, and one that you should definitely watch.