Rated 4.0 Kenneth Branagh narrates this IMAX 3-D travelogue to the volcanic archipelago 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, where the strange and varied forms of animal life gave Charles Darwin the first inkling of his theory of evolution. Written by David and Brian Clarke and directed by David Clarke (on land) and Al Giddings (underwater), this is one of the best IMAX films ever produced; the combination of the unearthly terrain, the bizarre and fascinating fauna and the striking 3-D effects is spellbinding. When Smithsonian scientist Carole Baldwin goes scuba diving or takes an excursion to the ocean floor in a two-person sub, the IMAX camera is really in its element, and the swirling patterns of fish and sea lions becomes almost hypnotic; you can almost smell the seaweed and salt water.