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Revolution (movie)

Documentary 'Revolution' gets somewhat lost at sea

Documentary 'Revolution' gets somewhat lost at sea

"Revolution," filmmaker and marine biologist Rob Stewart's follow-up to his myth-busting 2007 documentary, "Sharkwater," starts off with Stewart lost in the middle of the Pacific, swimming against the heavy currents at Darwin Island in the Galapagos.

It's a scene that describes the film itself, which, while vibrantly photographed, finds Stewart darting from one environmental cause to the next in a circuitous travelogue that lacks the connective tissue of his previous effort.

Having established himself as a Michael Moore of the deep, the Canadian shark advocate discovers plenty of endangered fish in the sea — one that is bearing the brunt of global...