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Michael Cole 1 month ago
Yep, not going back to Sea World
Ferşat Özçelik 11 months ago
Greate documentary, sad story. I'm really sorry.
Neil Cooke 2 years ago
Tragic & enlightening. Don't ever support cruelty.
Frank Fitzpatrick 3 years ago
Fantastic & Depressing. It's a shame how far humanity will disturb nature for a profit.
Jonathan Evans 3 years ago
It's depressing, really. But it could've been more gentle.
Dónal Kennedy over 3 years ago
Eye-opening and disturbing exposé. Could use more devil's advocacy.
Maria Skancke over 3 years ago
nb: Not a feel-good movie
Alexandra Sundarsingh over 3 years ago
Chilling observations on hubris exercised by keeping orcas in captivity.
Leif Jacobson almost 4 years ago
Controversy aside, the film is captivating enough to merit watching regardless.
emilio murillo almost 4 years ago
Bone-chillingly disturbing/terrifying documentary. Very well structured. Idle ending.
ashley lee 4 years ago
Excellent documentary, would be hard to watch again because it was so sad.
Nancy Wang over 4 years ago
This film really made an impact on Seaworld's profits, but also ruined their conservation.
David Richard Laffan over 4 years ago
Quite sad. Although not graphic. Hits hard if you work in the aquatics industry.
Andrew K Kirk over 4 years ago
Incredibly thought-provoking look at marine captivity. I'm a sucker for these flicks.
Agus Echagüe 5 years ago
Really good film playing out more like a thriller with flashbacks than an actual doco.
Nick Fenton 5 years ago
Depicts what corporations and the people behind them are willing to say and do for profits
Kirsten Hildonen 5 years ago
Moving, terrifying in the right ways; only slightly deceptive. Hype does it a disservice.
Aaron Jones 5 years ago
Very good, pretty depressing though. Once is enough.
Lou 5 years ago
Brilliant film. Exposes brutal history behind the entertainment,with tragic consequences.
Anthony Kozlowski 5 years ago
A horrific, eye-opening look at the SeaWorld business model. A must-watch.
Notorious killer whale Tilikum is responsible for the deaths of three individuals, including a top killer whale trainer. Blackfish shows the sometimes devastating consequences of keeping such intelligent and sentient creatures in captivity.
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