Kids Review IMAX: Tiny Giants 3D
Pacific Science Center has teamed up with Seattle’s Child to present: Kids Review IMAX. For each new IMAX documentary, we ask what the kids think about movie for a chance to win a Family Membership. After numerous submissions, the winner of Kids Review IMAX: Tiny Giants has been chosen. Congratulations, Olivia S.! Read below for her opinion of our fall IMAX documentary now playing.
Tiny Giants 3D
By Olivia S.
I enjoyed the movie Tiny Giants 3D, and am happy to be submitting this review, for this is my last year that I will reach the age requirements. When I first heard that I was going to get to see this movie, I was excited, but I didn’t know what I was in for. Little did I know that I was about to see the educational, tense-filled film, Tiny Giants 3D.
In this film, I learned that nature is tough. For most people, when you think of nature, you think “butterflies, and happy animals!”, but the movie Tiny Giants 3D shows that nature isn’t quite that simple. I also learned some neat facts! Did you know that chipmunks don’t sleep entirely through their hibernation, and just like humans, they have to wake up to refill their ration? And, that there are mice that can kill scorpions called scorpion mice? I thought that one was pretty cool, because if a scorpion stings a human, they will need to get to a hospital, possibly die! However, the scorpion mice are immune to the stings.
One of my favorite features of the movie, was that the film switched back and forth between two settings, one being the wild west desert, starring a young scorpion mouse, the other being the dangerous forest, starring a young chipmunk. I thought this was neat, because if something happened to one character, then it would switch to the other setting and you’d be left on a cliffhanger, but then get hooked into the other story until they switch again.
I very much enjoyed seeing the film Tiny Giants 3D and I would definitely rate it four and a half stars. There truly is such thing as a little giant.