#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A couple on a holiday in the Caribbean decide to spend the day on a scuba diving trip. But was it the wrong decision? When a mis-count happens on the boat, Susan and Daniel are left behind in the middle of the ocean, the boat long gone. With all their hopes set on the boat coming back to rescue them, they try to keep themselves safe, especially when sharks start to appear.
Plot: Two divers are left out at sea without a boat. There’s nothing but water for miles, unless they look at what’s underneath them…
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If you like Extreme EXTREME Close Ups filmed on an iPod Shuffle, then oo boy do I have the film for you.
_Final rating:★½: – Boring/disappointing. Avoid where possible._
You are in for a disappointment if you are expecting this to be a shark movie. Open Water, which reminded me of Force Majeure (2014), is instead about the tension brewing between two husband-wife divers who are left to adrift by their crew in the middle of a reef. Based on an odd true story, it is about the delirium, the panic attack, and the sheer fear of being shark food when you are in the middle of an ocean infested with sharks, stingrays, and barracudas than about being preyed on by sharks, which makes it a slightly dull movie to watch, especially if you are a shark movie connoisseur like me. There are hardly any jumpscares or thrills here, their lack of which is aggravated by some odd humming music and found footage-like camera work. But it does have some brilliant dialogues that are tinged with humour and wisdom, which is supported by some level of suspense, making it a worthwhile watch if you like natural survival films. Give it a try. (Grade C+). TN.
If you are HUMAN, you will feel this movie
This movie was never about character development. This movie is
never about a couple having a fight. This movie is not about
sharks. This movie was never meant to be filmed in a pro way.
This movie is about how your will and your life falls to pieces when
facing something that could be a nightmare and you feel you’re
totally awake. This movie is about desperation, about your life
being taken from you with hours to feel how you will not be the
same, because you know it’s over for you, but you don’t want to
believe it… something we like to call hope.
You may have entered Open Water willing to eat all your popcorn
and coming out of the theater telling jokes and feeling life is here
forever. But this movie is about the opposite.
This is a wonderful film, and I thought Susan was going to be
bit**ing all the time and stuff, but she didn’t. The ending was so
damn sad. I left the theater in a quiet fashion. I couldn’t say a word
to my girlfriend because I knew she felt for them too.
You don’t need character development when you turn on the news
and see millions of unknowns blown to pieces or starving. You
don’t need it because you know they are like you. Made of the
same matter, and as fragile as any other animal.
Open Water is a beautiful piece of movie-making, and it’s so
human that it’s almost unreal.
A waste of time – – filmmakers’, actors’ and viewers’
Ridiculous! I can’t BELIEVE they spent over two years filming this (on weekends and vacation time), and that the actors actually put themselves at risk swimming with actual sharks. Taking that risk for THIS?!
** Here’s the spoiler ** What was up with that ending? I wasn’t even sure what happened to the man, at first. Directing, editing and “script” on that was completely vague. So it was up to the actress, I suppose, to convey that he had died. (And how idiotic that she’d just push him off, instead of hang onto him / retain his body for a proper funeral / use him for flotation / use his equipment (knife, e.g.) for possible tools of survival). And then when she submerges herself I said, “Is that it? Is she drowning herself? Is she just ‘hiding’ from sharks?” (Ha!). And then, fade to black. Uhh, yeah. Whatever. Talk about inability to write a scenario and direct with competence!
Two more annoying things: 1) That boob shot. It stood out like a sore ..thumb. So glaringly gratuitous. I felt embarrassed for the actress because it was so unnecessary, despite what the Producer said in the optional Commentary on the DVD. Which brings me to annoying thing #2): The optional Commentary on the DVD: the Producer (the director’s wife) must be one of the most irritating people in the biz. In one breath she’s trying to be ‘deep’ about the bland story, and in the next she’s “selling” this entire cheap project as something stupendous. Shut up!
Fade to black.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 19 min (79 min)
Genre Adventure, Drama, Horror, Thriller
Director Chris Kentis
Writer Chris Kentis
Actors Blanchard Ryan, Daniel Travis, Saul Stein, Michael E. Williamson
Awards 2 wins & 6 nominations.
Production Company Plunge Pictures LLC
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Sony DCR-VX2000, Sony DSR-PD150
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Video
Cinematographic Process DV
Printed Film Format 35 mm