The movie starts off with a pretty Native American girl committing suicide and doesn't really get better. It is a great way to escape the heat of the day but there were some issues that made it something you can skip if you are pressed for time.
1. It's not digital. The audio and video became unsynced about half way through the movie, and stayed that way the rest of the way. It was really annoying. The screen also shook a lot and was blurry.
2. It's not imax. It's supposed to be an imax movie, but that's not an imax theater, so a lot of the drama of the sweeping falls footage is lost.
3. They sell popcorn, but you can't eat it. I'm not kidding. You can buy popcorn right ouside the door but no food or drink is allowed in the theater. People were told to throw their full popcorn bags away because the no food sign isn't until as you're handing over your ticket.
4. It returns often to the theme about people dying or nearly dying at the falls (through dramatic recreations). That's really interesting history, but there were a lot of very small children in the theater that seemed scared and confused.
If you have time to kill or are just interested, the stories were cool, but I wouldn't recommend it if you have something better to do.
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