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Documentary's visual wonders and well-pitched enthusiasm happily outstrip its clunkily ingenuous ain't-science-fun narrative.
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All in all, it's a fascinating, kid-friendly journey.
Though Aliens of the Deep flirts with Zissou-Murray's divine madness, Cameron's vision seems somehow cozier. No wonder he's not yet ready for dry dock.
Often thrilling almost-feelie.
Evolution aside, there are some wonderful images in Aliens of the Deep, even if the crew members say how much they love their jobs about six times too often.
Gorgeous as the underwater life-forms are, the excitement of Aliens of the Deep comes from that most old-school, low-tech of elements: real human beings.
A visual adventure worthy of that much degraded adjective, awesome.
A visually enthralling undersea travelogue.
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Another underwater movie... by mtknightdog
It was cool, but nothing you couldn't have seen on a nature documentary for free at home.
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