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(21237) 5.9 95 min 2020

Underwater is a movie starring Kristen Stewart, Vincent Cassel, and T.J. Miller. A crew of oceanic researchers working for a deep sea drilling company try to get to safety after a mysterious earthquake devastates their deepwater...

Starring
T.J. Miller, Kristen Stewart, Jessica Henwick, Vincent Cassel
Genres
Sci-Fi, Thriller, Drama, Horror, Action
Director
William Eubank

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Sci-Fi, Thriller, Drama, Horror, Action
Director William Eubank
Writer Brian Duffield, Brian Duffield, Adam Cozad
Stars T.J. Miller, Kristen Stewart, Jessica Henwick, Vincent Cassel
Country USA
Also Known As Amenaza en lo profundo, Derin Sular, Sous pression, Submersos, Głębia strachu, Underwater - Es ist erwacht, Árok, 深海終劫站, Po vandeniu, Pod vodou, Kẻ Săn Mồi Đáy Biển, Ameaça Profunda
Runtime 1H 35M
Description An unknown, massive earthquake happens in a drilling station in the bottom of the Mariana Trench. A scientific crew find their way into another station under a dark water, a dangerous of humanoid creatures, and a lack of oxygen.

Top reviews

Sunday, 03 May 2020 02:11

I was expecting to hate this movie. I mean, most of the reviews I've read are absolutely awful and all sound like a coordinated rip-off of "The Abyss". Well, this movie really rocks in that department. Yes, the acting is horrendous, but that's because the "stars" are worse, you know? They all seem to be out of touch with reality and they don't seem to have any idea of what's going on. This movie has two things going for it: great special effects, and a truly original storyline. You know, because I'm just guessing here. Anyway, I don't know how else to explain how I enjoyed this movie. When you watch this movie, keep an open mind. It's all about the story, isn't it? So don't focus on the acting or the "stars" because they just serve as a decoy, trying to make you feel bad about yourself for spending money on this crap. Instead, think about how much better it would be if there was no plot and it was just a movie with a bunch of monsters and sci-fi stuff happening for an hour and a half, and then a big fight at the end. That's really what this movie is about. It's about good and evil and it's about how dangerous and how fascinating it is to be apart of such a world and to feel that you have some kind of control over what's going on. And the way this movie uses its wonderful special effects is beyond spectacular. Check out the tsunami. I mean, what a piece of junk. I would have been crying when they released it, but I didn't see the tsunami in the previews so I couldn't tell you whether it looked good or not. And when you think of all the research they did to create the monsters, you just know they must have been incredibly powerful, because they somehow seem to be able to do everything. Even the explosions! To sum it up, this movie is a refreshing change of pace, and if you've been wanting to see an underwater adventure that doesn't involve sharks, then give it a try. You might be pleasantly surprised!
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 09:48

The movie's protagonist has a tough life and receives death threats from 'The Underwater'. The Submarine had been lurking on a beach since a colony of reef sharks, around 200, have been seen. The little group of survivors (Shaw, Porter and Hughes) decide to go out to the area where the Submarine was located and to make a plan how to deal with the sharks. One of the survivors, Bob H. Hunt (Wichita), is an expert in underwater photography and follows the group. As the group is searching for an old bunker with many vaults, the group is faced with certain death. The group of survivors turns into a squad and goes in search of the Submarine. The movie, contains some disturbing scenes and some plot twists and turns. As the movie unfolds, the plan seems to go smoothly but a few things happen that throws the plan into turmoil. The movie is directed by Mandy Ronstadt and written by Mark S. Magleby, Don Nelson, Don Nelson and Mandy Ronstadt. There are some weird scene's and it's difficult to follow at times. As a horror film, the movie works because it is dark, it's gritty and it has a real story to it. The movie also has a good atmosphere, with some dark scenes and a real bleak feel to it. The movie was directed by Mandy Ronstadt, who also directed Home Alone 4: Adventures In Trick-or-Treating. Overall, the movie is not a good movie and it is worth watching but it's not something that will make you sit up and take notice of. The movie is worth watching but I feel it's worth seeing once but not more.
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 08:28

SPOILER WARNING! I must admit, when I first saw the previews for this movie I was under the impression that it would be a case of "just another clone" or "one that makes clones". It has all the cliches of that one. However, I didn't expect that the movie would be like a B-flick. It was actually much more than that. It was very clever and the fact that it was shown in reverse did something for me. Although, I don't understand why they didn't show it in reverse after the first half of the movie. I would have felt more suspenseful at that time. The second half of the movie was also much better, in fact, I had to re-watch the last half. This movie was definitely a stand-out, although I've not seen any other movies of its kind. In general, this movie was superb. It had the most realistic visuals of any movie I have ever seen. I really liked the sound. It was dark, gory, and incredibly detailed. The effects and direction of the movie were excellent, too. I liked the way that the actor's voices differed in all scenes. If you've seen any movies about clones, you've seen a clone, and I'd say that the acting was very good. I thought the characters were very complex. At first, I thought that the main character, could be a teenager, but it turns out that the main character is a scientist, and the girl was a clone. Also, the way that they didn't have all the clones having the same voice was very interesting. It made me think about the way that one clone was supposed to sound. Also, I loved the way that the clone was able to talk without a mouth, so that you couldn't tell the difference between it and another clone. The ending of the movie was pretty sad. I could have thought that the girl was going to die from a virus, but it turned out that she wasn't. I also thought that the movie was just short enough, so that it would have been good to have a sequel. However, I was really impressed with the way that the movie was constructed, so I would probably enjoy a sequel.


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