Watch: Aliens of the Deep 2005 123movies, Full Movie Online – James Cameron journeys to some of the Earth’s deepest, most extreme and unknown environments in search of the strange and alien creatures that live there. Joining him is a team of young NASA scientists and marine biologists who consider how these life forms represent life we may one day find in outer space not only on distant planets orbiting distant stars, but also within our own solar system. Aliens of the Deep is the result of expeditions to several hydrothermal vent sites in the Atlantic and the Pacific. These are violent volcanic regions where new planet is literally being born and where the interaction between ocean and molten rock creates plumes of super-heated, chemically-charged water that serve as oases for animals unlike anything ever discovered. Six-foot tall worms with blood-red plumes and no stomach, blind white crabs, and a biomass of shrimp capable of “seeing” heat all compete to find just the right location in the flow of the super-heated, life-giving water or to fry trying. Not dependent on sunlight (like all other life on earth), these ecosystems are as close to alien as anything ever imagined and provide one possible blueprint for the life that might exist beyond our world..
Plot: James Cameron teams up with NASA scientists to explore the Mid-Ocean Ridge, a submerged chain of mountains that band the Earth and are home to some of the planet’s most unique life forms.
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Is That All There Is?
When I saw James Cameron on The View when he was promoting this movie, I could not wait to see it. I love nature shows and the way he talked about it, the movie would be filled with many many kinds of undersea creatures never before seen. As the movie did not even play in my state, I drove over 3 states to see it. After seeing it, I can see why it was not more widely distributed.
The movie seemed to me to be more fitting to be played as something on career day for grade school. This movie would be good PR for trying to interest children in becoming marine biologists. It was not, as Cameron said, filled with unusual sea creatures. As a matter of fact, in the clip that he showed on The View, he showed all the creatures that I’d never seen before so by the time I saw the film, there was nothing new to see. And not only that, the percent of the film where creatures were shown was not that great. I think they spent more time talking to the scientists and looking at the submarines than they were showing creatures. It should have been called “Submersibles of the Deep”.
If you have an interest in deep sea submersibles and the actual scientists that operate these pieces of equipment or if you are a grade schooler with an interest in seeing yourself as a marine biologist when you grow up, this movie is for you. If, however, you fit neither category, save your money.
One thing I don’t understand is why was it billed as an IMAX feature and then play in a multiplex on the tiny screen? The 3-D glasses made me dizzy and were not all that effective.
The best part of this movie occurred when the film broke early on and we got our money back and were invited to see it again for free. At least I did not have to pay to see it.
I guess getting a free poster didn’t hurt, but nice 3D IMAX
James Cameron does a bang up job on the cool looking IMAX-3D adventure to the depths of the sea and beyond.
The futuristic aspect and effects get to be a bit much, but otherwise it is enjoyable, educational, brief, and somewhat enlightening.
Effects–> the computer rendered graphics of aliens was a bad way to end the film, but that is Cameron’s own belief/touch. One cannot fault him for what he truly believes in and the effects aren’t bad in a cheesy way, just a different way to end an educational film (not really a spoiler since aliens are on the poster and in the preview).
Brief–> All IMAX (except for feature length Hollywood) are short, with the ending it probably was short enough, but could have been longer with more oceanographic footage (an interesting note is that DVDs of IMAX movies seem to have extended versions) Which begs the question of if they are going to charge $30 or so for the DVD and you get extended footage, why spend $8-15 to see a cool documentary like flick on the IMAX 70mm screen? For the most part IMAX is the only place for 3D and thus a reason to pop down the dough. Plus a lot of Zoos and other institutions of education which show films like this tend to have giveaways of the movies official posters and such, so supporting them and possibly winning merchandise is an additional incentive for the decent to very good experience.
Original Language en
Runtime 47 min (IMAX Version) (USA), 1 hr 40 min (100 min) (DVD)
Genre Documentary, Family
Director James Cameron, Steven Quale
Actors James Cameron, Anatoly M. Sagalevitch, Genya Chernaiev
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Sonics-DDP
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera Sony CineAlta 3D Cameras
Laboratory Consolidated Film Industries (CFI), Hollywood (CA), USA, Lowry Digital, Burbank (CA), USA (digital intermediate), Modern VideoFilm, Burbank (CA), USA (post-production laboratory)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Video (HDTV)
Cinematographic Process Reality Camera System 3-D (dual-strip 3-D)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anaglyphic 3-D version), 70 mm (horizontal) (IMAX DMR blow-up) (dual-strip 3-D version), D-Cinema (anaglyphic 3-D version)