I watched March of the Penguins yesterday, and I absolutely loved it! I've always had a soft spot for emperor penguins, so it was just so neat to see them in such vivid detail – it made me think I could reach out and touch them! I also watched the documentary the cinematographers made while they were in Antarctica for a year filming the March, and it was fascinating. I liked it just as well as the March actually. The guy who narrated did a wonderful job – his French accent was so beautiful, and his narration was poetic: "Winter spread over the ocean like a blanket;" "The penguins came right up to us – is there an animal left in the world who doesn't fear man?" "We thought they would be comic, but they were truly empiric." I would have been just as happy to listen to his narration of the March as I was to hear Morgan Freeman tell the lovely tale of the world's coldest lovers. And, there's nothing as cute as baby penguins! If you haven't seen it yet, don't wait – you'll be charmed and amazed at the beautiful penguins and their story of survival.