🔴 Underwater Movie Review Amp Film Summary 2020 Roger Ebert Rating Review By Brian Tallerico
Date: 2020-02-27 01:46:30
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"Moving Ridley Scott's Alien (1979) underwater" is an Underwater mission. Because both in space and the ocean floor, no one can hear you screaming. You can also find jump scare in the form of a small monster jumping from the victim's body like a chestburster (the difference, here through the back instead of the chest), followed by an analysis of the character of the monster on a white table. The reference is correct, but the overall cultivation is not yet.
underwater movie review & film summary 2020 roger ebert rating review by brian tallerico
The crew of an underwater drilling project was shocked when the laboratory suddenly leaked, destroying almost everything, killing the majority of humans inside. There are some survivors, say the Captain (Vincent Cassel); Paul (T.J. Miller) who is eccentric and always carries a rabbit doll named "Lil Paul"; Emily (Jessica Henwick) who is overcome by fear; Liam (John Gallagher Jr.) who secretly likes Emily; and our protagonist, Norah (Kristen Stewart with a haircut reminiscent of Sigourney Weaver at Alien 3), a technician who calls herself a pessimist.
Predictable, related to character development, manuscripts made by Brian Duffield (Insurgent, The Babysitter) and Adam Cozad (Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, The Legend of Tarzan) want to explain Norah's journey, from someone who is pessimistic, resigned, and always silent, until finally willing to do something for change. It is true that the two writers gave reasons behind Norah's attitude, based on a tragic event in her past. But these reasons are limited to minimal exploration, nor is Norah's process of change accompanied by convincing stages. Impressed, he suddenly changed his attitude at the end of the story.
But these shortcomings, as well as passing criticisms related to the destruction of nature by humans, can be forgiven, if Underwater had succeeded in fulfilling its task as horror: frighten. Here the failure to "imitate" the Alien is clear. Equally hiding the monster in the majority of the duration, the film forgot to regulate the atmosphere while making each character's death leave an impact. Down the dark seabed and narrow laboratory ruins is indeed a claustrophobic activity, but that does not mean, the more often the character displays walking, swimming, and floating in the darkness automatically strengthens the atmosphere.
Walk, swim, talk, walk, swim again. The scene dominated Underwater. Boring. It can be helped, if William Eubank (Love, The Sigal) as the director masters the atmosphere and intensity. Unfortunately no. When nothing significant happens on the screen, there is not the least that the viewer can enjoy, even when terror starts to threaten, the tension disappears due to the use of dizzying shaky cam plus slow motion — which, although it looks pretty pretty, has no substance, not even ridiculous. As for the method of eliminating his character, Eubank is constrained by the PG-13 rating, in which many brutal deaths occur behind the scenes.
The quality of its CGI, assisted by many practical effects, is quite solid, convincing in building underwater devastation, although similar praise cannot be given regarding the appearance of the monster. There are three types of creatures. In order to avoid spoilers, let's just say "monster 1", "monster 2", and "monster 3". Monster 2 has a generic, similar line of monsters mostly in similar themed films, far from being creepy. Because they are the ones that we encounter most often and at the same time have the highest number, how much impact the presence of Monster 2 is essential to the success of Underwater. The meaning is simple. The film failed.
Monster 3 is the most intimidating, the most memorable, as well as giving birth to a tense moment or two towards the end that is able to lead the audience to imagine how terrible it must be to deal directly with him. But his status as a "big boss" as well as limited funds limited the quantity of his appearance, so it was not enough to control the underwater killing power, even though Kristen Stewart's ability to balance contemplation and the toughness of a hero was added.
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