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Open Water

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Daniel and Susan embark on a tropical vacation with their scuba-diving certifications in tow. But after their tour boat has left, the couple accidentally stranded in shark infested waters and have to fight hard to survive. 
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CRITICS OF "Open Water"
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FromTheBalcony
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June 26, 2005

Open Water depends on the audience to be able to vicariously place themselves in the situation at hand, and if you can do that, you're in for a nerve-frying treat.
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Cinema Crazed
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April 29, 2009

Scary, tense, atmospheric, and well acted...
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Globe and Mail

August 20, 2004

Considered in its ham-handed entirety, Open Water feels more of an exercise in cinematic sadism.
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Uruguay Total
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April 26, 2005

Lo mismo ya lo dijo, mucho mejor, Steven Spielberg hace 30 años.
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New York Magazine/Vulture

August 15, 2004

Terrifying precisely because it doesn't go in for cheesy shock tactics and special effects.
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Common Sense Media

January 01, 2011

Intense relationship story isn't for kids.
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Toronto Star
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August 20, 2004

There are no Hollywood heroes in these waters, only two regular people ... plus you and me, huddling in the dark.
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Christianity Today

September 27, 2006

Kentis and Lau have labored to make an almost documentary-style film. It's meant to make us feel like we are really there, and to a large extent it succeeds.
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CNN.com
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August 13, 2004

The unforgiving power of nature are all on display to amazing, and frightening, effect.
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Bangor Daily News (Maine)
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November 18, 2005

"Open Water" works on many levels, chief among them as an examination of isolation, worry, terror, and the dread that can accompany the unknown.
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Orlando Sentinel

August 20, 2004

Sharks are nature's most efficient killing machines. Open Water, which co-stars sharks, is the summer cinema's most efficient scaring machine.
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Entertainment Weekly
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August 11, 2004

Becomes a slow and steady descent into pure fear.
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