Slow-motion movies of animals are often wonderful. Such movies reveal previously unavailable information about the complexity and dynamics of motion that we have seen only in fast-paced real time. The early slow-motion work of Marey and Muybridge dealt largely with animal motion. Marey published The Flight of Birds; and Muybridge, Animal Locomotion.
High-speed cameras (now relatively inexpensive) provide all sorts of fresh and interesting slow-motion views of sports, your dogs or cats, dance, water--as well as the usual explosions, bullets through apples, breaking eggs. It would be wonderful to see Max Diving in slow motion as well as in the sequential stills in Beautiful Evidence.