#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Luke welcomes his friend Matt and his girlfriend Suzie that come from London and Matt’s sister and Luke’s former girlfriend Kate that comes from Sydney to sail with him and the sailor Warren in a sailboat. However, the vessel hits an underwater rock and capsizes with an opening on her bottom. Luke advises that they should swim in the north direction to reach the Turtle Island, in Queensland, Australia, while they have strength since there is a current moving the boat in the opposite direction of land but Warren prefers to stay on the hull waiting for help since there are sharks in the water. The quartet swims, but they are hunted by a great white shark.
Plot: A great white shark hunts the crew of a capsized sailboat along the Great Barrier Reef.
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It scared me something rotten
Yes, The Reef is similar to Open Water but ramps up the scare factor by giving us the mother of all sharks, the Great White. The way in which the movie puts you amongst the actors is really well done. You feel like you are there with them. When the camera dips under the surface of the water with the bobbing motion of the waves you get little glimpses of what lies beneath. The tension is unbearable at times and I felt sick with fear. It’s the anticipation of the oncoming attack that had me wriggling in my seat. Believe me, when the first attack comes you will bang your head off the ceiling in fright.
I admit that this is my worst fear. Being stalked by a predator in their own territory. Especially in the ocean by a Great White. You get moments of respite to catch your breath and lower your stress levels. That just adds to the tension as these guys have to push on to reach dry land. Will they get to dry land and survive? Watch it and see if you dare.
Not for the faint hearted this one. Viewing discretion is highly advised. Superbly done and a masterclass in tension and horror.
Yet another film to make you scared to go back in the water.
Of all the scary real-life situations I can imagine myself in, being stranded in shark-infested waters has got to be one of the worst, the agonising wait for something to rise unseen from the depths and rip a huge, ragged chunk out of my body being bloody terrifying. Directed by Andrew Traucki, who also helmed ‘voracious croc’ flick Black Water, shark thriller The Reef sees a group of unlucky Aussies faced with such a harrowing fate after their sailboat capsizes, their only hope of survival to swim to a small island on the horizon. As they make the 10-mile trek to safety, a ravenous great white shark hunts them one-by-one, dragging its terrified victims to a watery grave.
As with Black Water, The Reef’s effectiveness stems from its mounting threat of danger rather than actual shark attacks, which make up only a fraction of the running time and prove relatively gore-free when they happen; the terror in this film comes from what can’t be seen—that lurking menace beneath the waves, waiting to strike. Traucki focuses on his characters’ slowly deteriorating mental state as panic sets in, gradually cranking up the suspense and tension until the inevitable eventually happens; it’s a surprisingly thrilling ride, despite the over-familiarity of the premise (see Open Water and Adrift) and the notable absence of teeth and fins for much of the time.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min), 1 hr 34 min (94 min) (Germany)
Genre Adventure, Drama, Horror, Thriller
Director Andrew Traucki
Writer Andrew Traucki
Actors Damian Walshe-Howling, Gyton Grantley, Adrienne Pickering, Zoe Naylor
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company Lightning Entertainment, Screen NSW, Screen Australia
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm