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IMAX: Deep Sea (2006)

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Documentary movie directed by Howard Hall

The balance of the earth's ecosystems is continually changing and no where is this more apparent than in fascinating world beneath the sea. Narrated by Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet, this 41-minute IMAX film features breathtaking underwater photography … see full wiki

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Director: Howard Hall
1 review about IMAX: Deep Sea (2006)

Underwater beauty

  • May 11, 2007
Movies made for Imax theaters are often great for viewing at home. I found this out with this movie; I missed it at the local Imax theater, but then saw it on DVD, and was glad I saw it. The movie looks at life in the shallow regions of the oceans, primarily ocean reefs, so the title Deep Sea is not quite appropriate. The narration is by Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet, and is quite good in being subtle and not overbearing. The photography is great, and viewers are shown numerous creatures great and smal. Many of the scenes are of eating, specifically one creater eating another. However, there is no bloody gore of sharks munching other creatures, hence the movie is fine for little kids.

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