Kids Review IMAX: Great White Shark 3D
Pacific Science Center recently partnered with Seattle’s Child to present Kids Review IMAX on Great White Shark 3D. Kids between the ages of 6 and 12 were invited to sharpen their pencils and put on their journalist hats to let us know what they thought of our newest IMAX movie. Here is the winning review:
Great White Shark 3D Movie Review
By Mason Keene, 11 years old
The movie I am reviewing is called Great White Shark 3D. The setting takes place in… well, basically, the ocean! And the scientists follow the mysterious journey of – the GREAT WHITE SHARK!
I really learned a bunch from this movie, like the skin of the shark feels like little teeth, and sharks do not have bones, like other fish do. But one question still remains – where is the sharks’ breeding ground? That is one of the most interesting facts in this movie, that scientists still don’t know where the breeding grounds are. I mean, we know a lot about insects and other animals, but we still don’t know a whole lot about sharks.
Something I thought was pretty cool about this movie was the 3D effect, and how it made you feel like you were really swimming with the sharks! There wasn’t much I didn’t like about this movie.
I would definitely recommend this movie to my friends, and last but not least, I’d rate this movie 4.5 out of 5 stars.