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Charlie Alcock almost 3 years ago
Pretty cheesy and way too long. The aliens were fun but pointless.
Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
underrated gem in my mind, I like the unexpected turns the plot takes.
Tony Gandía almost 4 years ago
Great FXs but gets a bit heavy-handed and is paced a bit sluggishly.
diane over 4 years ago
One of my all time favs. Some scenes lag now, but styles change. Watch the extended one.
Kevin Barrett over 4 years ago
I love the FX in this film.
Sasha almost 5 years ago
Completely absorbed and riveted by this. Not sure of the legitimacy of the ending though.
Austin over 5 years ago
A visual marvel, but the script is quit messy and ultimately overwhelms the visuals.
Tavis over 6 years ago
Only the director's cut is worth it. The theatrical version is cut to pieces.
Andy Whitfield over 6 years ago
Where James Cameron's love of water seems to have gotten started.
Sini Stenbacka over 1 year ago
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Eric Graybeal almost 4 years ago
The Abyss is a 1989 science fiction film written and directed by James Cameron. It stars Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, and Michael Biehn. The original musical score was composed by Alan Silvestri. It was released on August 9, 1989 in North America. Underwater scenes were filmed in the containment building of Cherokee Nuclear Power Plant, an unfinished nuclear power plant on Owensby Road, near Shelby, North Carolina, in the United States. It took 7 million US gallons (26,000 m) of water to fill the tank to a depth of 40 feet (12 m), making it the largest underwater filming set ever constructed. The depth and length of time spent underwater meant that the cast and crew sometimes had to go through decompression. Filming was also done at the largest underground lake in the world — a mine in Bonne Terre, Missouri, which was the background for several underwater shots. An American ballistic missile submarine, the USS Montana, sinks near the edge of the Cayman Trough after an...
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