Date Released : 3 March 2006
Quality : DVDRip
Country: Canada | USA
Starring : Johnny Depp (voice), Kate Winslet (voice)
Genre : Documentary | Short
REVIEW | DEEP SEA 3D MOVIE
This is a review of the DVD which, unfortunately, is not in 3D so I am unable to rave about those “effects” as others have here, and was unable to enjoy the film as much as others did at the IMAX theaters.
However, I am not complaining. I still thought the photography was amazing and the colors just spectacular. I’ve never seen underwater footage this good. This also is the first time I’ve actually heard the sounds that some of these marine creatures make. I just presumed, like many others, there was mostly silence underneath the surface. That’s not so; there are some amazing sounds.
More so, there are some amazing creatures that most of us have never heard about or seen. Some of them are downright weird-looking, repulsive yet fascinating. They are so strange you think you’re looking at some animated film with cartoon characters…..but these creatures are real. Some of them are frightening and brutal killers.
I’ve read complaints about the narration by Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet, and have to agree on a couple points. Winslet does make an attempt to put some reflection in her voice but Depp sounds like he’s sleepwalking through this. His voice is flat, a monotone, and it sounds like he’s reading the material for the first time. Neither of these two add much life to his documentary.
Others complain that it’s just under 40 minutes and thus, the DVD overpriced. Well, not having compared it to the IMAX 3-D experience, I found it very interesting and stunning to view. I wouldn’t mind adding it to my collection because this is something I would watch multiple times.
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