Underwater Movie Review
Underwater: The Overconfidence of Kristen Stewart Blunts The Horror Of The Movie
Underwater is a science fiction horror movie involving an alien creature. A crew of deep-sea oil rig is attacked by an unknown creature seven miles below the sea. But like a traditional Hollywood movie, the enemy is killed and brought to ship for display.
Norah Price (Kristen Stewart) is the head of a scientific investigating team working on ocean depths. Suddenly their ship is attacked. It is an earthquake-like situation but Norah loses no time in recognizing that it is an attack and that the attacker doesn’t belong to the earth. The mysterious creature attacking their ship is too powerful for the team to manage.
Highlights of the movie
Underwater is an alien knockoff but enthralling
The movie is modernized in a way that it would attract everyone
Director William Eubank has included a couple of great lines in the script
The message that is how to deal with situations that make you feel helpless
The teamwork performed by the investing team under attack is commendable
Underwater First Look & Poster
The poster has Norah Price trying to assess the danger lurking towards their underwater lab. She’s wearing her swimsuit and has two injury marks, one above on her nose and the second on her cheek. The lab is blurred in the background. Also, the poster has the situation described in the text matter.
Why watch the movie?
Underwater is a horror movie but with a difference. It is shot in a modernized way to make it stand out from others. Also, it has some interesting lines like “feelings of powerlessness are just feelings”. Finally, it has a great cast that includes lean and intense Kristen Stewart.
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