Universal acclaim- based on 6 Ratings
Positive: 1 out of 1
Mixed: 0 out of 1
Negative: 0 out of 1
Dec 11, 2014In the deep black of the ocean lads, no one can see you scream. Look im just going to curse here, because im just after watching a **** manlyIn the deep black of the ocean lads, no one can see you scream. Look im just going to curse here, because im just after watching a **** manly film alright, so i can do as i please lads.
Darkness, walls of water and a growing sense of unease between the captain and his men. I seriously dont know which was more terrifying, the knowledge that at any minute the ancient hunk of metal could collapse in on itself or the possibility that one of your shipmates will bash you over the head with a spanner. It had darkness and grit, and it followed, often in a rather nonchalent fashion, into terrifically haunting underwater scenes that perform excellently at showing off the strange underwater garden at the base of the Black Sea, birthplace of many long forgotten shipwrecks, and their cannabalistic crews.
Needless to say Jude Law does a fantastic Job portraying a life weary submarine engineer, and his interactions with the crew are unprecedented. Although it seems that the crew were only there as fodder to be killed off, some of them are developed quite well, with genuinely funny interactions.
This is a great film, loved it. I dont normally use the edge of your seat phrase, but this really was, I genuinely felt something for the characters, even the ones that had not been developed as well. Their motivations were in line with the danger of the task. Overall this was my best thriller flick of the year.… Full Review »