By: Vicente Lozano
Dolphin talk is the sound of innocence itself.
By: Neil LaBute
I found myself feeling like I was actually there, underwater or on the beach or in the NAUTILUS.
By: Marc Weidenbaum
Architecture is destiny.
By: Erin M. Routson
All of his daily deaths are about to be repaid with theirs.
By: Shawn Wolfe
Action-packed, yet with room to breath, think, and explore an idea or two between skull bashings.
By: Matthew Daniel
The distinction between reality and fiction never felt quite as negligible.
By: Lydia Millet
Beware the hyper-powerful otherness of people who look Scandinavian.
By: James Hannaham
Americans, like kids everywhere, must have seen and identified with their own gleeful nihilism.
For such a special-effects extravaganza it’s surprisingly a rather small film.
By: Susannah Breslin
Like Alex, we can’t help but love the horrorshow.
By: Gerald Peary
It’s underwater, the Creature’s domain, where the id runs free.
By: Adam Harrison Levy
There is a powerful irony watching the film in August 2020.
By: Lisa Jane Persky
As quickly as we glean the gist it is more and less forgotten.
By: Sara Ryan
“The only industry left on our planet was the manufacturing of spaceships!”
By: Carolyn Kellogg
They just talk to each other, with the vast desert landscape as backdrop.