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What The Press Is Saying

"Adventures in Wild California lives up to its title. . . amazing footage!"
   -E! Entertainment Television

"At last, a documentary-style IMAX film . . . that takes full advantage of the spectacular scale and vibrant visual experience of the format."
   -Donald Munro, Fresno Bee

"By showcasing the natural and man-made wonder of California, veteran naturalist-filmmaker Greg MacGillivray ("Everest") successfully zeros in on the sense of awe and the optimism that have attracted so many transients here over the decades and have also inspired the few risk-takers among us." 
   - Joe Baltake, Sacramento Bee

"There are parts to thrill, educate and amaze . . . breathtaking and rugged in a wild California kind of way." 
   -Bob Thompson, Toronto Sun

"It's a tall order to somehow link sequoia trees to surfers, or sea otters to sky divers, but the filmmakers make it work . . . [they] pulled out all the stops, using every inch of the big screen and swiftly moving the movie from one scene to the next. You might not learn as much as you did on IMAX trips through the Amazon or up Everest, but you'll at least enjoy the ride."
   -Michael Mehlo, Denver Rocky Mountain News

"There are no better vicarious experiences than those offered in IMAX, particularly from the crackerjacks at MacGillivray Freeman Films . . . as always, the visuals will suck the breath right out of you."
   -Arthur Salm, San Diego Union Tribune

"It's a thrill to watch sky surfer Troy Hartman and free-fall cameraman Joe Jennings descend over San Diego at 150 mph. And it's downright awesome to witness Peninsula surfer Jeff Clark . . .Other delights are more subtle; aerial shots of Yosemite and biologists studying giant sequoia there, the work of a marine biologist returning sea otters to the ocean, a zoologist protecting bald eagles. . . ."
   -Peter Stack, San Francisco Chronicle

"Here is the perfect film for those who claim to relish the glories of California-desert, ocean, mountains-but never do anything more rugged than climb the "hills" of the gym StairMaster . . . There is poetry in all this-in the stunning close-up of a bald eagle tending her young, for instance, but also in the dedication and ingenuity of humans who strive to save what remains of the West's natural wonders."
   -Chuck Wilson, LA Weekly

"A mixture of eye popping and environmentally friendly adventure…"
   - Steve Murray, Atlanta Journal Constitution

"Hopping from the dichotomy of the land to the diversity of its inhabitants… this is an IMAX film that will leave the viewer breathless"
   - Amy Amatangelo, Boston Herald

"The most absorbing sequences celebrate extreme adventure and combines meaning and usefulness with risk."
   - Desmond Ryan, Philadelphia Inquirer

"Whether the gold rush of the incomparable beauty of the Yosemite National Park and Death Valley - whether the architectural high performance of the Golden Gate Bridge or the glamour of Hollywood, they all have the myth of California carried along."

"California is however, not only strong, light and superlative. The camera roams through the unique landscape and forests, oceans, deserts and gigantic mountains."

"In the movie arm chair, the viewer experiences himself balanced high over the Golden Gate Bridge or as a surfer riding high on the waves."