Olyn's New Palace is part of the Great Thinkers' Club (GTC) Environmental Series for Children. GTC hopes to inspire caring for the Environment through creative literature and lively cartoon characters that spark the interest and awareness of children, their parents and teachers.
The story tells of King Osborne the Orangutan who put a test to his two beloved daughters to see who has the foresight and wisdom to be the next Crown Princess. The book also ends with some useful facts on the types of Forests in the world which will help to interest and inform the reader.
FM Liu analyzes another game featuring two Chess**** members. Liu offers an interesting opening variation for black when facing the Orangutan (1.b4) but his main focus is on the development in the game. This video explores a game at a beginner level offering players a chance to learn about development and tactics. The main theme of this video is development and king safety.
ORANGOES CHARACTERS FROM THE GALAPAGOLOCOS ISLAND, ORANGUTAN PUPPET SURFING, VERY FUNNY
World's best places to see hot creatures travels t o Borneo in search of the wild orangutan, flying lizzards and unusual monkeys and birds. World's Best tells you about the best and most exciting features of our planet and how and where to find them.
World's Best Places to See Magnificent Beasts travels to Indonesia in search of bizarred and wonderful jungle creatures. Including orangutans in Sumatra, the Sumatran Rhino and the Komodo Dragons.
hard hitting greenpeace film showing the destruction that Nestle products cause to the rainforest and the orangutans
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Born in the jungles of Borneo forty years ago, Nénette the orangutan is now the most senior inhabitant of the world’s oldest zoo – and the star of this awe-inspiring, tender and funny film, from the director who charmed the world with 2002’s BAFTA nominated Etre et Avoir. What we see is Nénette, going about her daily business; what we hear are the voices of the many visitors who pass comment on her every day, and reveal more about themselves than they think.
*******www.innovativecommunications.tv Hey hey, they're the monkees-and they're not fooling around. I'm Keith Kelly. My review of "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" coming up right now.
It all started way back in 1968-the first of several Planet of the Apes films where the primates were at the top of the pecking order. The make-up effects were groundbreaking for its day, and even won an Oscar.
Jump ahead past 4 decreasingly effective sequels to Tim Burton's remake in 2001. All I can say about that one is Mark Wahlberg was no Charleton Heston.
So now we've got a brand new entry-a reboot of sorts to the whole saga, set in modern times-not the far future. Only this time we don't have people wearing prosthetic make-up. All of the various types of chimps, gorillas and orangutans are computer generated.
Caeser is the lead ape in this one, and is played with incredible pathos by Andy Serkis-who acted out the whole part wearing sophisticated motion-control gear. He did similar simian duty with another harry character-King Kong, and is probably most famous as Gollum from Lord of the Rings. His performance is key to the success of this surprisingly good film.
The story is nothing special-good guy scientist James Franco is working on a cure for Alzheimer's, spurred on by his dad who is affected by the disease. The test subjects are chimps, and little genius baby Caeser is the accidental outcome. The good guys all have hearts of gold, and the bad guys are all heartless bastards. The main theme is yet another variation on "don't fool around with mother nature." But the strength of Serkis's role as Caeser lifts this film above most of the other entries in the series-and many of the movies so far this summer. You really feel for the chimp, as he struggles with his outsider status and growing intelligence-not human, yet more than ape.
All of the actors, including Freida Pinto as the love interest, John Lithgow as the dad, Brian Cox and Tom Felton as a couple of the baddies, put in decent performances-hampered only by the limitations of the script.
If you're a fan of the series, I think you're really going to enjoy this one. But even if you've never seen any of them-or the TV series, or the cartoons, or the comic books-you're still good, and you might find yourself shedding a tear or two over Caeser's treatment, which makes the ape versus human action scenes even more exciting and plausible.
I give "Rise of the Planet of the Apes", directed with lots of emotion by Rupert Wyatt, a grade of "B+". I'm Keith Kelly.
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Come fly with Colton and his pocket dragon! Colton is a ten-year-old boy who finds an egg that he keeps safe and warm until one day it hatches, revealing a baby dragon. Join Colton and his pocket dragon as they go off on flying adventures. Together they will find and save Iggy the bigfoot, Skylar the dinosaur, Tansy the abdominal snowman, and Bernie the orangutan. They will explore a haunted house and encounter the Master Dragon. Together they will find tree monsters, snow monsters, gargoyles, wolves, snakegons, ghosts, and a gigantic mole. Come tag along with Colton and his pocket dragon on their adventures.
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