Deep Sea 3D - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

Deep Sea 3D Reviews

November 24, 2011
Full Review | Original Score: 3/4
March 24, 2006
And so it goes, for a magical 40 minutes: underwater footage often startlingly beautiful, made more so by the immediacy of 3D.
Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/4
March 3, 2006
One of the more solidly entertaining deep-sea documentaries filmed in IMAX.
Read More | Original Score: 3/4
March 3, 2006
If the typical IMAX offering has a handful of unforgettable shots, this one delivers about 50.
Full Review | Original Score: 3/4
March 3, 2006
In sum: Many creatures are eaten, but this often-impressive movie left me hungry for more.
Read More | Original Score: B-
March 3, 2006
A vision of nature that even a strip miner would want to conserve.
Read More | Original Score: 3/4
March 2, 2006
Clocking in at 39 minutes, which may be about all the eyes can handle, Deep Sea 3D transports exotic sea species literally to our noses.
Read More | Original Score: 3.5/5
March 2, 2006
The entire film envelops you in an incredible array of fascinating sea life. The effect is continuous and so successful that you'll find yourself holding your breath.
Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/5
March 2, 2006
Deep Sea 3D, like the excellent Sharks 3D, has a message about the importance of relationships under the sea and why humans should not upset the delicate balance of nature by depleting ocean species.
Full Review | Original Score: A-
March 2, 2006
Hall has chased down a gasp-provoking array of sea creatures that are so extravagantly extraterrestrial, nothing Steven Spielberg could conjure in his special effects labs could remotely compete.
Read More | Original Score: 3/4
March 2, 2006
The movie has little new to offer to conservation.
Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/4
March 2, 2006
About as a good as the Imax 3-D experience gets.
Full Review | Original Score: A-
February 24, 2006
Kids will shriek with awe and delight, and grown-ups might join them as they duck the luminous moon jellyfish and shimmering glassy minnows that swim past them in a myriad profusion.
February 22, 2006
Director-lenser Howard Hall's return to the depths should have been more urgent than Into the Deep, but instead, it's more superficial.