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      Deep Sea

      G Now Playing 40m Documentary List
      91% Tomatometer 34 Reviews 79% Audience Score 5,000+ Ratings Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet narrate an exploration of the exotic and rarely seen ecosystems that thrive in the deepest sections of the ocean. Divers photograph the most colorful undersea life, highlighting the symbiosis and biological traits these undersea creatures have developed to survive at such depths. Turtles gather algae to clean their shells, giant squid rapidly change color and divers witness the yearly spawning of a coral reef in the Gulf of Mexico. Read More Read Less Now in Theaters Now Playing Buy Tickets

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      Viewers will welcome being whisked away to this magical world of exotic sea life.

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      Ty Burr Boston Globe Rated: 3/4 Nov 24, 2011 Full Review Moira MacDonald Seattle Times And so it goes, for a magical 40 minutes: underwater footage often startlingly beautiful, made more so by the immediacy of 3D. Rated: 3.5/4 Mar 24, 2006 Full Review David Mattin BBC.com Fancy a spot of scuba diving? Without getting wet? And in the company of Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet? Rated: 4/5 Mar 11, 2006 Full Review Jean Lowerison San Diego Gay & Lesbian News Deep Sea allows us landlubbers a glimpse of a world few humans ever see. If you're as fascinated by undersea life as I am, Deep Sea is the show for you. Mar 15, 2017 Full Review Linda Cook Quad City Times (Davenport, IA) 4 starsYou can just sink into "Deep Sea 3D," a lovely, lush experience that, believe it or not, blends the grandeur of the deep with the violence of nature and the sad state in which humans have left the oceans. Rated: 4/4 Apr 17, 2007 Full Review John J. Puccio Movie Metropolis ...an all-too-brief but fascinating look at some of our ocean's irreplaceable treasures. Rated: 7/10 Mar 23, 2007 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Audience Member Absolutely stunning imagery. Wonderful depiction of life under the ocean. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Audience Member This is a good documentary and the shots and coverage of the deep ocean is quite pleasing(and harrowing in places). However, with the advent of instant access to so much content, there isn't anything here that you won't find in better resolution on Netflix or Amazon. Still, if you enjoy documentaries or have even the slightest of fascination with sea life I feel you can spend an hour and some time with Deep Sea. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 02/27/23 Full Review Audience Member This is a good documentary and the shots and coverage of the deep ocean is quite pleasing(and harrowing in places). However, with the advent of instant access to so much content, there isn't anything here that you won't find in better resolution on Netflix or Amazon. Still, if you enjoy documentaries or have even the slightest of fascination with sea life I feel you can spend an hour and some time with Deep Sea. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 02/21/23 Full Review Audience Member This is a good documentary and the shots and coverage of the deep ocean is quite pleasing(and harrowing in places). However, with the advent of instant access to so much content, there isn't anything here that you won't find in better resolution on Netflix or Amazon. Still, if you enjoy documentaries or have even the slightest of fascination with sea life I feel you can spend an hour and some time with Deep Sea. (An alright documentary but much better is available elsewhere). Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 02/25/23 Full Review Audience Member IMAX 3D is the only format I know that can make the deep blue sea(real sea's, not animated seas) look stunning to everyone. Review by Logan Cornn. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/01/23 Full Review Lucas Z We're all interdependent, we can't take advantage of sea creatures....blah blah blah. Don't get me wrong, but this was a beautifully shot film, but not because of anyone's "eye for art," but because the creatures are so colorful and unique. The writing is cliche and the voice actors seem bored. Moral of the story, don't take advantage of the ocean...got it. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/06/13 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet narrate an exploration of the exotic and rarely seen ecosystems that thrive in the deepest sections of the ocean. Divers photograph the most colorful undersea life, highlighting the symbiosis and biological traits these undersea creatures have developed to survive at such depths. Turtles gather algae to clean their shells, giant squid rapidly change color and divers witness the yearly spawning of a coral reef in the Gulf of Mexico.
      Director
      Howard Hall
      Producer
      Toni Myers, Michele Hall
      Distributor
      Warner Bros.
      Production Co
      Warner Brothers, IMAX Corporation
      Rating
      G
      Genre
      Documentary
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Mar 3, 2006, Original
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Apr 1, 2010
      Box Office (Gross USA)
      $46.6M
      Runtime
      40m
      Aspect Ratio
      IMAX (1.43:1)
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