When a USA nuclear submarine is mysteriously sunk the US Navy
calls upon the members of an oil rig crew, who are the nearest,
to investigate the situation. However, things don't go as
planned and 'the deep' is suddenly brought to life.
Cameron has written and directed one of the most fantastic
and awe inspiring underwater films of all time. He takes you
onboard a rollercoaster of adventure that will have you perched
on the edge of your seat and gasping for breath.
disc one you get the choice of watching the theatrical version
of the film or the special edition, which has an extra 30
minutes of unedited scenes. The picture is fantastic and has
you believing that you could actually be there. After seeing
this film many times before I felt like I was watching it
for the first time all over again.
are plenty of features on the second disc but not all are
great. Sifting through the reams and reams of pictures that
are taken from different aspects of the film (the making of,
the actors, etc.) really isn't that interesting especially
when there is no music, commentary or text to go with them.
The documentary on the making of the film, however, is superb
and lets you know how everything was done.
is a classic film and when you put all of the extras and the
two versions of the film together you'll be glad that you
parted with your money and added to your ever- expanding DVD
collection. A Must have.