Excerpt: It is 1988 and Adam Carlson (John Krasinski), a reporter for a small town dreams of making it big. While filming another lame story Adam discovers that a family of three gray whales has become trapped in a small hole in the Alaskan ice. He submits the footage to his station and it is soon picked up by NBC and goes viral. Soon every major network is sending reporters to cover the whale story.
Summary: "Even though they're big and powerful, they're so much like us. We're vulnerable and we get scared. We need help sometimes too." A film worth viewing for its messages and shades of brilliance from Drew Barrymore. Soundtrack and direction was average but the screenplay was good.
Summary: I guess if you rent a film with Ted Danson playing a ruthless oil tycoon and Drew Barrymore as an environmentalist it falls into the general category of 'what were you thinking of'? It's a bit like the makers of BBC's classic drama 'I Claudius' casting Wendy Craig as Livia and John Inman as Caligula. Truly dreadful cheese - and one to most definitely avoid if you are over 7 years old.