The Voyage That Shook the World (2009) - Documentary, Biography, History

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In 1831 a young amateur scientist, Charles Darwin, boarded HMS Beagle on an epic five-year voyage of discovery. 2009 marks the 200th anniversary of Darwin's birth and the 150th anniversary ...

IMDB: 4.5
Director: Steve Murray
Stars: Antoni Biernacki, Peter Bowler
Length: 52 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 2 out of 33 found boring (6.06%)

One-line Reviews (11)

It is an outstandingly produced and engaging documentary that oozes honesty in it's subject matter, unlike so many others on the topic of Darwinism and evolution, which make many unscientific and unsubstantiated claims.

A Dishonest Propaganda Piece .

Definitely worth the watch.

Filmed in nine countries, 'The Voyage' takes you to some of the most fascinating destinations on earth retracing Darwin's Voyage.

This is followed by the great voyage on the Beagle as a paying companion of one of its officers and takes in some breathtaking scenery particularly around South America.

First rate production, top class content, very engaging.

But seeing the world from his eyes is very fascinating.

Besides all this the film is beautifully produces and very entertaining.

Dishonest propaganda posing as scientific critique of Darwin .

I was stunned by the nature cinematography and the way scholars comments were interwoven to create this fascinating and thought provoking movie.

A must watch movie to get a feel of the fascinating world from a young Anglican Christian clergy's life.