ASim Akhtar | Surrey, ENGLAND United Kingdom | 05/27/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Into the deep is a nice soothing film with a gentle score. The opening sequence of the Califonian kelps is breathtaking. The rest of the film comprises a wide range of colourful species, a damaged shark, fish, squid, crabs, seals and more fish. The film moves at a slow pace and you do feel like skipping a few scenes to more action-oreintated sequemces. But it never happens, and the film just sildes gradually from one species to another. The music and the tender feminine voiceover might make you go to sleep half way through. It's that soothing! Also, some of you might find it uninvolving mid-way through because of the slow -pace, and the music. Overall, a nice film for those who like to chill and observe the beauty of underwater life, with gentle music and a cute voiceover."
Like a runway model...
Benjamin K. Sprows | Cranston, RI United States | 08/22/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)
"...this DVD may be beautiful, but it is utterly lacking in substance. With not nearly enough meat to warrant a DVD, Into the Deep runs like a long teaser for a much more in-depth and expansive exploration of underwater life, deep sea exploration, particular species of sea life...just about anything except what you might see in your first scuba lesson, if you were lucky enough to go on that lesson in these particular California depths. Leave this one on the proverbial shelf."
Life Under The Sea....
Ran Haramati | Israel | 09/11/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Very nice documentary movie, i like'd the begining of the movie very much... very impressive.
Try this if you like watching nature scan and kinds of creatures of the sea in there natural home, the sea.