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The Abyss

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On an official mission in the United States, two married oil engineers helped the US naval superiors during a highly secretive recovery process. Through that task, both were well prepared, each doing a good job. During the mission, there was a nuclear ambush set up for them and the submarine sank mysteriously in the deepest waters. Following the drowning incident, a civilian crew was assigned to search for the submerged submarine to find and rescue the missing but will face some difficulties due to encountering a strange water type.
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CRITICS OF "The Abyss"
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August 04, 2010

The Abyss gains in some ways from its own Achilles heels, in a way most movies don't... its formal technique, its reckless obsessiveness, and its gutsy emotionalism are what I can't stop turning over in my mind.
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Chicago Reader

June 06, 2007

The attempt to extract the essences of several genres (cold-war submarine thriller, love story, Disney fantasy, pseudomystical SF in the Spielberg mode) and mix them together ultimately leads to giddy incoherence.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

This overlong concoction is scuppered by dire dialogue, histrionic performances and maudlin sentimentality.
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Hollywood Reporter
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March 10, 2015

Colossally ambitious, this logistically boggling and technically brilliant film from writer-director James Cameron is a visual tour de force, featuring overall, the greatest underwater sequences ever seen on film.
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Rolling Stone

May 12, 2001

Anyone looking for a discouraging word about this stupendously exciting and emotionally engulfing film should read no further. The Abyss confirms James Cameron as a world-class filmmaker.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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September 19, 2007

As a follow-up to Cameron's great sci-fi Aliens, The Abyss is too verbose for an actioner and the special effects, striking as they are, are not well integrated into the narrative, but it's still worth seeing.
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TV Guide
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June 06, 2007

What ultimately saves the film are its extraordinary sets and phenomenal Oscar-winning visual effects.
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BrianOrndorf.com
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August 26, 2009

The movie was a bear to make and it shows onscreen, parading around a series of mesmerizing set-pieces that look deliciously hard-earned in ways our current CG-drenched filmmaking climate never allows.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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December 14, 2009

One need not be a Cameron acolyte to recognise that The Abyss has aged better than some of the films that outshone it back in the day.
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ColeSmithey.com

May 11, 2007

Great blending of spectacle and drama.
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Variety
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June 19, 2008

A firstrate underwater suspenser with an otherworldly twist, The Abyss suffers from a payoff unworthy of its buildup.
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

I'd sooner believe that Moby Dick could swim up the drainpipe.
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