The black cat's name is the n-word
The cat is cute, but I just can't with the subtle racism even if it was 95 years ago.
The film introducing cute horses
Only to state a few scenes later that two horses and two dogs died
The dogs weren't shown much near the start, but later in the film, when they do get camera time, their little tails wagging
and then a scene later it was stated that the crew killed animals to fight off scurvy... RIP cute animals.
One of the commentary line the person gives when talking about the seals was gross. He commented about how the seal cubs wouldn't look any better once they got older and used their mom as an example and trashed her image.
Some of the penguin commentary was also... a bit on the weird jokey misogynistic side. I don't share the same humor as the person who wrote all the lines for the film.
Someone going for a walk and never returning... It sounds like a mix of comedy and mystery/horror the way it was introduced. More people died in the film
Although the film could have made me feel more empathic about it if the crew were used more in scenes throughout the film. It's sad that people died, but I didn't really care about any of them individually.
The scene of the ship breaking the ice while it sailed was cool for a few seconds, but then it just became awkward because of how long that scene was and I had enough time to think about how the ship was destroying the ecosystem for animals that walk on ice
Also, the director made bird mothers leave a few times to get shots of their babies. I don't know how ethical the director is. At least he didn't kill them and let the mommies come back, so he's not completely terrible on the topic of ethics, but still some scenes are awkward to watch because of this.