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I loved this documentary. Gave a realistic look but still a cinematic feeling to add more drama to it (in a positive way). Personally I don't like (what happens a lot in NG-documentaries) is the use of actors in the so-called flashbacks. For the people who do like it, it's well-made and it added a nice touch. I also liked that you first get to know earlier achievements and experiences of James Cameron before you dive into the adventure what the documentary is about (it gave a nice build-up). Conclusion, a well-made, inspirational and thrilling documentary.
Although I didn't see it in 3D it was still really interesting. In the end, I just wanted to know more and more but maybe that was the point.
Unfortunately there wasn't much to see at the bottom of Challenger Deep, so the film focuses mainly on Cameron's career and the sub development, resulting in a very boring documentary.
If you're interested in watching someone's ego play out over 2 hours you should watch this movie. All hail James Cameron.
Although more than anything this film felt like a tribute to filmmaker and explorer, James Cameron, it was still fascinating to watch how he reached the depths of the deepest oceans. I'm slowly learning that I'm a big underwater photography fan. Maybe it was after going diving the first time that triggered something in my mind. Rating: 7/10
An extremely well written and directed documentary that is very cool and well put together. The vision and drive of these people is incredible. Aside from a somewhat anticlimactic ending and repetitiveness it was a really good and interesting documentary.
An enjoyable documentary, but where was James Cameron half the time while they were actually building everything?
Very enjoyable and I recommend it, but missing a lot of the story...doesn't help that the target dive is pretty much a bore.
A real documentary that shows what the big-time filmmaker saw in his solo dives into the deepest points on Earth... in high definition 3-D. Full review: http://bit.ly/1sOTwDl
A proudly presented project by James Cameron that should be praised for its ambition, effort, and some effective 3D effects [B-]