Honors & Reviews
“A visual feast…[Mystery of the Nile] spectacularly illustrates the river’s majesty as well as its life-sustaining importance to the ancient and modern worlds…a banquet of stunning scenery… By journey’s end you will have had an action-packed thrill-ride.”
– Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“…Mystery of the Nile does not fail to boggle the mind…The courage, curiosity and perhaps partial insanity of the explorers–not to mention the film crew–are admirable, as their trail and tribulations yield stunning images galore…made all the more glorious by the large-screen format…[a movie of] stirring beauty and scope”
– Box Office Magazine
“Giant-format movies are at their best when they capture real-life experiences that fill vast IMAX screens with action and excitement. Mystery of the Nile is just such a film, as heart-pounding an adventure as the spectacular Everest, which set the benchmark for IMAX productions.” —Cincinnati Enquirer
“With a majestic quality benefitting its subject, Mystery of the Nile is an IMAX film with meat on its bones…the only real problem with Nile is that it doesn’t last longer.”
-The Charleston Post and Courier
“…thrilling…an exciting journey, full of dazzling images.”
– The Oregonian
“A beautiful, eye-opening, heart-pounding adventure from one end of the great river to the other.”
– Charleston City Paper
“Beautiful cinematography…the audience will feel as though they, too, are running the rapids.”
– Newark Star-Ledger
“…does not fail to boggle the mind…stunning images galore.”
– Box Office Magazine
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