Big Miracle evaluation action

2022-03-28 08:01
The whole story setting of "Whale Qi" is very standardized, and the main target audience is women. The overall evaluation of the film by foreign media was good, with 24 media giving a comprehensive score of 63 points. The New York Post gave it a 75, saying it was a charming and joyful family movie. "Oblique" gave the lowest score of 12 points, disapproving of the film. "San Francisco Chronicle" pointed out that although the film will not have too deep connotation, but compared with most family-friendly films, it has a good background. The Boston Globe felt that the film needed only to entertain the audience, and the film had adequately served that purpose. The Hollywood Reporter highlighted the cast, saying the film's cast made the movie more appealing. Others questioned the film's monotony, with USA TODAY pointing out that the film's single characterization had to make a documentary about the same story seem more powerful. "Village Voice" feels that while the audience will always worry about the whales, it has to sympathize with the actors who are trapped in a blunt crisis.    
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  • Meredith 2022-03-29 09:01:10

    A warm and touching story, but it is not blindly sensational, avoids simplification and profiling, and respects and criticizes the positions of all parties.

  • Alysson 2022-03-28 08:01:02

    I have no resistance to the film that loves animals, let alone a true story~ But the film itself is not very good...

Big Miracle quotes

  • [Dean and Karl, the two "de-icing machine" men from Minnesota are checking into the hotel when they see Rachel Kramer walk out]

    Karl Hootkin: [excitedly] Dean! It's... it's the Greenpeace lady from the TV!

    [shouts]

    Karl Hootkin: Hey! Greenpeace! Greenpeace lady!

    Dean GlowackiKarl Hootkin: [in unison, as they rush after Rachel while carrying their de-icers] Greenpeace! Hey, Miss! Greenpeace lady miss! Hey, Greenpeace! Greenpeace Miss!

  • [first lines]

    Narrator: For thousands of years my people have lived at the edge of the world. Unknown, alone, until one brief moment when the world found us.

    [Eskimo whalers paddling their boat]

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