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Aliens of the Deep
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Aliens of the Deep

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Director James Cameron travels with the crew of a Russian research vessel as they explore the Mid-Ocean Ridge, a submerged chain of mountains that band the Earth and are home to some of the planet's most unique life forms.
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Film4
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December 11, 2009

A fascinating science lesson for anyone interested in either deep-sea -- or outer space -- exploration.
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Orlando Sentinel
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December 09, 2005

A master showman's large-format documentary, a movie with great images, great special effects and the sheen of Hollywood often missing in these museum or science-center movies.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

April 01, 2005

The experience is so immediate and immersive that you actually feel as if you are swimming with the krill.
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Associated Press
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December 11, 2009

Yes, the work they're doing is mind-boggling and important, but sometimes the images alone are more than capable of speaking for themselves.
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Chicago Reader
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February 20, 2005

Here we know only that Cameron and his bright-eyed young scientists (who take turns narrating) are heading to the deeper parts of the Atlantic and Pacific to observe the environment and life-forms down there.
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Big Picture Big Sound
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December 27, 2007

Once you get used to the "awesome" and "wow"-heavy dialogue, James Cameron's excursion into both 3-D technology and deep ocean trenches delivers some fascinating footage.
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Long Island Press

March 23, 2007

Even if these plants and animals did not exist, we may have already invented them, courtesy of those sci fi special effects magicians working overtime for the past decades.
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Sacramento News & Review
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August 07, 2008

The far more interesting stuff is back here at the bottom of the sea.
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Urban Cinefile
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October 18, 2008

It's not usual for documentaries to ingest the sci-fi genre, but in this case it's an eye pleasing and mind boggling excursion, beautifully realised and seamlessly integrated into the film.
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Empire Magazine
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April 01, 2006

The final shot, in particular, is awesome, and confirms that the sooner Cameron gets back to making proper movies, instead of Boys' Own diversions, the better.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

That IMAX 3-D cameras have plunged so deep to record an often bizarre array of sea creatures undoubtedly delivers a certain 'wow' factor, but the accompanying commentary is heavier on breathless excitement than solid fact.
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Village Voice

January 31, 2005

Often thrilling.
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