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(142237) 7.1 107 min 2016

Deepwater Horizon is a movie starring Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, and Douglas M. Griffin. A dramatization of the disaster in April 2010, when the offshore drilling rig called the Deepwater Horizon exploded, resulting in the worst...

James DuMont, Kurt Russell, Mark Wahlberg, Douglas M. Griffin
Drama, History, Thriller, Action
Peter Berg

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, History, Thriller, Action
Director Peter Berg
Writer Matthew Sand, Stephanie Saul, David Rohde, Matthew Michael Carnahan, Matthew Sand, David Barstow
Stars James DuMont, Kurt Russell, Mark Wahlberg, Douglas M. Griffin
Country USA, Hong Kong
Also Known As Deepwater: Inferno sull'oceano, Burning Ocean, Deepwater Horizon: Eroi în largul mãrii, 怒火地平線, Mélytengeri pokol, Katastrofa na Horizontu, Horizonte Profundo - Desastre no Golfo, Tham Hoa Giàn Khoan, Crise à Deepwater Horizon, Liepsnojantis horizontas, バーニング・オーシャン, Horizonte Profundo: Desastre en el Golfo, Żywioł. Deepwater Horizon, Deepwater Horizoni katastroof, Pakao na horizontu, Marea negra, Horizonte Profundo, Asson be'lev yam, Horizonte Profundo: Desastre no Golfo, Deepwater Horizon: Moře v plamenech, Deepwater Horizon: Liesmas okeānā, Deepwater, Horizonte profundo
Runtime 1H 47M
Description In April 2010, there is no oil exploration operation in the Gulf of Mexico to compare with the Deepwater Horizon oil rig with its size or sheer depth of its drilling. However, the project for the BP oil company is beset with technical difficulties to the point where the general operational supervisor, Jimmy Harrell, and his Chief Electrical Engineer, Mike Williams, are concerned potentially dangerous trouble is brewing. Unfortunately, visiting BP executives, frustrated by the project's long delays, order curtailed site inspections and slanted system tests to make up for lost time even as Harrell, Williams and his team helplessly protest for the sake of proper safety. On April 20, the workers' fears are realized in the worst possible way when the rig's various structural and system flaws spark a catastrophic cascade of failures that would create a massive blowout and explosion that threatens them all, even as it also begins the worst environmental disaster in US history.

Top reviews

Sunday, 05 Jul 2020 09:05

It is the first movie of its kind to deal with the international oil crisis of the late 1970s. On March 20, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico killed 11 men. The cause of the disaster was never officially revealed. And it remains the most lethal offshore oil disaster in history. When I first saw the trailer for the movie, I didn't think it would be that good, but when I saw the movie in theaters, I felt that the movie was well worth it. The movie gives you a good overview of what happened. It's not very well known, but it's important for history buffs to know about. The movie's also one of the few that deals with the subject of oil in an effective way. The movie's strong points are the cast and the characters they portray. Sean Penn is just brilliant, the character that really drives the movie. Most of the other actors are very good, especially Matthew McConaughey and Chris Cooper. The movie is made to have an emotional impact. And it does that very well. The movie's also made to be suspenseful. The tension is intense and the movie keeps you on the edge of your seat. I also enjoyed the ending. And I really liked the last scenes that are more than just a cliffhanger. The movie really did not take a typical action-movie approach and it was really a unique way to tell a story. And I think that's what made the movie so good. The movie's also very interesting to listen to because it's very detailed and you really learn a lot about the accident and the effects of it. The movie also shows you how these disasters have changed the lives of the people in the Gulf region. You also see a lot of the effects that the disaster has had on these people. Overall, I give the movie a 9/10.
Friday, 26 Jun 2020 05:13

The original, of course, is a must-see for all those who like to go back to their youth and enjoy the old time movie from a day when they could take it easy. This is even more of a must-see for the old-time movie buff, because you get to relive all the wonderful "old time" stuff, because this was an even better movie. Back in the day, before the movies were filled with computer-generated effects, what you had was a little bit of CGI to give you a bit of realism, and then it would end with a bright red sunset. But it was like a movie before the days of computer-generated effects, and the old-time movie buff will be at the edge of his seat, wondering "What is going on, when is this over, when are they going to blow up that oil rig, and why is it that the crash is so close to the coast line and they don't realize they need to head out to sea before it's too late." I was so happy when they came up with the idea of rebuilding the rig. It was like a roller-coaster ride back in those days, when you were on the ride. I had all the questions, "Why does it take the boat so long to get back to the dock?" and "What's the worst that can happen to them?" and "What's the worst that could happen to them?" but when they finally got back to the dock, I was so happy, it was like a dream come true. I had the best memories of the first time I saw this film. I never got a chance to go back to the beginning of the movie, I never saw a lot of the action in the first place. But I was able to see it all. The dialog is so good, and the actors have such a natural ability to convey the emotions of their characters. You feel like you're right there in the middle of it, like you are in the boat, and you get so caught up in the story. I can't wait for this one to come out on DVD. If I could, I would love to have this one in my collection.
Friday, 22 May 2020 16:45

I'm not a natural Madeline Stowe fan, but after her portrayal of Kate Beckinsale in "Dunkirk" (and "12 Years a Slave"), I couldn't pass up on seeing this film. Madeline Stowe's acting chops are better than ever, even in this movie, which is probably why she's in it, as she tries her best to be an independent American character. I could probably empathize with Kate if I had been the one going on the wrong side of a hurricane, but not in this case. Madeline portrays a simple-minded, innocent teenager who gets mixed up in a sinking oil rig, and ends up becoming a minor-league hero. She takes on a variety of identities in order to cope with her experience, and in doing so, brings light to an otherwise gloomy subject. It's been a while since I've seen a film with this much character development, and while I've seen plenty of drama-drama movies, I haven't seen anything with this much depth, drama, and strength. Madeline Stowe is such a force of nature, as she truly embodies Kate Beckinsale's character. The young actress is simply amazing, and I can't wait to see her in many more exciting roles. A lot of the story takes place on the ship, and when you watch the film, you get a real feel for the environment and its inhabitants. It's amazing to see the other people in the ship. You see them, and they're more than just people with jobs, like crew members. They're people, who deserve to live, and want to live. The emotions that flow between Kate and her fellow passengers are very powerful, especially during the scene where they all get together for Thanksgiving. The whole film is very peaceful and peaceful, and I'm not just saying that because of the music, the cinematography, and the visuals. The other characters were a little more like people who lived and breathed the story. It's an amazing film. It's beautiful. It's beautifully made, and you feel like you're right there on the ship, and not just watching it. I'm glad they brought this story to the big screen, because it would've been difficult to pull off the special effects. If you're going to see it, I highly recommend seeing it in 3D. It's a real treat. I had such a hard time believing this film was made for the big screen. I'm a big fan of the Harry Potter franchise, and if it's possible, I would say that this film was better than any of the Potter films. "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" is the best of the Harry Potter movies, and "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" was the best of the Harry Potter movies. But "Madeline Stowe: A Single Mule" is probably the best of the whole bunch. I'm happy that there's a better movie coming out, as I feel like the majority
Monday, 18 May 2020 18:33

Well, I enjoyed this movie a lot. There was just something about it that I found enjoyable. I think the biggest mistake the film-makers made was forgetting the name of the ship that exploded. That's what this movie is about: the explosion of Deepwater Horizon. The character's are drawn as three people. First, Jack Ryan: is in love with the wife of his boss, who is named "Lauren" or something like that. And then you have the nuclear scientists, who are the victims of the explosion. The same nuclear scientists who work on the discovery of the oil. Then you have the husbands, or something like that. You also have the sister and her husband. She's actually played by Steve Buscemi. It seems like she has gone through so much, that she has developed a really cold and distant demeanor. She's now divorced from her husband, and she's in the middle of a custody battle. She comes to meet the president and asks him to have some new clothes, or something like that. That's where you find her character. I think it's great how they set up the whole plot and the events leading to the explosion. It's not complicated, but it's well done. I have a feeling that the movie is made to set the record straight on the story of the Deepwater Horizon. And that's really what it's about. It's about the nuclear workers who did the scientific work on the discovery of oil. They were told they were going to be at the top of their fields, but they were actually in a state of low pressure. It's all about the relationship between these nuclear scientists and the wives, and how the wives are upset by this news. It's not really an explanation, just a explanation of the story. The acting is good. It's great to see how all these people are making out. It's pretty interesting to see how they keep their clothes, how they keep their hair, how they behave. The only problem is, they make the clothes look really strange. It's not like they were wearing those shirts and that pants. They look really strange, too. It's a little bit over the top. I think the best acting was by Timothy Olyphant, who plays the husband. He does a great job. That's the only problem with the acting. The one thing that really stuck out in this movie is the visuals. It's very vivid, and really brings out the life of the characters. There are some very beautiful scenes. I really liked that when they went back to see the photos of the families of the victims of the explosion. I also really liked the colors of the whole movie. The film has a really warm and bright look to it, and really captures the beauty of the Gulf. I liked the color of the opening shots and the colors throughout the movie. It's great to see how these people dress, how they act, and the colors that come out of the screen. Overall, this is a
Saturday, 02 May 2020 13:49

Jack's crew, the Texas Brine Company, have just sent the most dangerous oil field worker to the deepwater hot spot, the Florida Keys. Its a trip to remember, and Jack's crew as they go deeper into the deep water are way more dangerous and deadly than Jack. Then the whole company decides to make it a joke, and place an oil rig in the ocean. This is a completely different movie, but it has a lot of similarities with the real world. You see the same set of actors, you see the same storylines, you see the same fictional moments, and in a way, I think it is better than the real world movie. It has many flaws, but there are more flaws than you can imagine. The film is a lot like the real world. Its not perfect, but it is better than the real world. There are many things that you can see that have not been seen in real life. When the staff is wearing masks, and Jack is asking about him when he is behind the mask, that is actually a lot like the real world. You can see people standing in front of a giant crane, or the same exact person standing in front of a pylon, but if you see it in real life, you can see the pylon itself. If you see a crane, you can see it coming towards you, and if you see the pylon, you can see the crane coming towards you. It makes it seem like you can do the same thing. It is definitely a very unrealistic part of the film, but it is not very far from the real world, so I think the film can be watched as a simulation, but I think it is a far better simulation than any real world movie. I give the film a 7 out of 10, but that is because the flaws are better than the flaws in the real world, and I have not seen any other movie that has as many flaws. Also, the film is about Jack, and that is where I like it better.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 17:15

This is a very much dark film, while I do not mind a few smoldering one liners in this genre, there were many elements of what might be classified as political correctness that I found to be distracting. The strong point of this film, however, is the photography, as well as the way it takes us to some very dark places. There is not a single shot in the movie, that I do not find out of the realm of believability. There are some great sequences, as the crews are in dangerous waters, the radiation is affecting their environment, and even the beauty of the Gulf. But there are also some sequences that are at the same time cringeworthy, and I am referring to the shocking revelation of the nuclear reactor accident. The atomic explosion takes place in a quiet neighborhood, at a diner, in a middle of the night. It's a very unnerving scene, and I am not just talking about the way the film is set up. The first half of the film is about the grief of the crew, and I do not find it hard to believe that the crew feels that way. In the second half of the film, however, they are confronted with a question that seems to be beyond their comprehension: Is the radiation the cause of death? After a huge explosion, a huge number of people die, and some of them are found in the water. The question is asked, and I am not convinced that the answer is that simple. Another interesting thing is that the world of industrial/nuclear power, of oil and coal, of water and oil has just reached an almost forgotten point in our world. Now, I do not have any problems with the characters, even if they seem to have a few preconceived notions of the world. I think that the cast did a great job, and I applaud the fact that it is not only a cast, but also a crew. The images are extraordinary. I really enjoyed this film.
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 08:18

As a fan of both these actors, and as someone who has read the book, I was very intrigued by this film, which takes place entirely on the site of the accident. I was also very curious about the filmmakers' intentions, which resulted in this movie being a bit like the book, in that the main characters are less of one thing and more of another. To my surprise, I really liked this film, and for that I give it an A-! I'm a huge fan of a very famous and loved book, which I've read numerous times. I was eager to see the movie, and so was the whole theater, which was, in a way, quite unbalanced. Many of us are fans of the characters and want to know how the film depicts the book and how it relates to it. Most of us were shocked to learn that the story took place in the oil fields of the Gulf, which was never really covered in the book. (As a matter of fact, none of the main characters live in the oil fields. The film portrays the characters primarily in the towns they live in.) But, as I sat in the theater, I was drawn in by the beautifully crafted set, and the style of photography. I was also very excited to see that the film was based on the book, and I was greatly surprised to learn that the entire film was filmed in the oil fields of Louisiana. Although, I'm glad to say, I enjoyed the movie, it was definitely not the best I've ever seen. I felt that the movie could have done with a bit more of a kick. The script was simply not very well-written, the characters were not well-drawn, the cinematography was not very well-done. It was a little rough around the edges. I felt like the director could have made the movie better. But, I did enjoy the experience, and I will be watching this film again, and hopefully, again. It is definitely a film I'll be watching again in the future. Now, that's a recommendation I can give!
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 22:21

I won't comment on the film as I am not a fan of the "buddy cop" genre. I also don't believe the BP Oil Spill was a very good movie. However, it is still an interesting piece of work and a great viewing experience. Many reviews on here seem to be critical of this movie because they feel that it is too slow. I tend to agree with these people and I think that they are on a bit of a high. The movie has a slow pace, but it is a good pace. It is refreshing to see a movie with a slow pace that doesn't have you wondering what is going to happen next. The slow pace of the movie is probably a way for the director to make it more realistic. It is a good thing to have a slow pace in a movie because it makes you think and that is what makes it a good movie. The slow pace of the movie also helps the movie tell the story of the tragedy and how the BP Oil Spill affected many people. It is interesting how the movie has slowed down a little at the end of the movie. It is also a good thing because it gives you time to think about what you just saw and make your own opinion. There were some scenes that made me think about what I just saw and that made the movie entertaining for me. This movie is also an excellent story. The movie is very well done and very well told. It is a very good story and it is very interesting. The acting in the movie is very good. I think that Denzel Washington does a great job as usual. There are a few times when I thought he was not doing well because he was just kind of "hiding in a corner" but he comes out on top with his great performance. The rest of the cast is good as well. The only one I did not like was Jamie Foxx's character. I don't know if I would have liked this character if I didn't like the other characters. I know that the other characters were great but he just just didn't do a good job. Overall, this movie is very good. It is a good movie that is a little slow but it is good and is an entertaining movie. I do not think this movie is very good but it is an interesting movie. Overall, I give the movie a 7 out of 10. I give it a B- because it was slow and the plot is weak.
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 12:37

After reading many of the reviews, I really have no idea what to expect from this movie. I'm not a gamer and I have no special knowledge of the disaster at BP. I'm not even a fan of it. I went to the theater with no expectations and for good reason: I don't want to see this movie. I was sitting there bored for more than 20 minutes, I thought "This movie has got to be good, it has got to be more entertaining than 30 minutes of slow and depressing film" and then the credits started rolling. And I walked out of the theater with this statement: "I feel like I'm 12 again". This movie did not do what I expected, but I felt that it was just enough for the film. I am not a big fan of marine life either, I felt I missed out on a lot of this movie due to the non existence of life on Deepwater Horizon. I felt this movie was just like the average action movie, "With great blood and gore, the bad guys are just killed off one at a time" but nothing much happens. Maybe there were a lot of animals being killed off but there wasn't a lot of action to see or an explanation for why the creatures were being killed. Some of the marine life was CGI but that didn't bother me as I don't mind CGI in most of the movies I have seen. The music was good, but it's a theme that I don't particularly like in the movies I have seen. The only thing that I have really enjoyed about this movie was the few close-ups of the famous oil slicks and mud and the extreme close-ups of the animal deaths. Overall I am giving it a 7 out of 10. My wife and I both liked it but I would definitely not recommend this movie to anyone.

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