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|Release Date The Deep Blue Sea Mar 23, 2012 Limited Genres The Deep Blue Sea : Drama,Romance|
|Total Vote User The Deep Blue Sea : Visitor|
|User Ranting The Deep Blue Sea : 3.2|
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|User Count Like for The Deep Blue Sea : 19,683|
|All Critics Ranting For The Deep Blue Sea : 7|
|All Critics Count For The Deep Blue Sea : 131|
|All Critics Percentage For The Deep Blue Sea : 79 %|
Actors For The Deep Blue Sea
|Rachel Weisz,Tom Hiddleston,Simon Russell Beale,Ann Mitchell,Jolyon Coy,Karl Johnson,Harry Hadden-Paton,Sarah Kants,Oliver Ford Davies,Barbara Jefford,Mark Tandy,Stuart McLoughlin,Nicholas Amer,Philip Welch,Anne Mitchell|
The Deep Blue Sea Movie Review
|Now a new film of the play appears, adapted and directed by Terence Davies with Rachel Weisz in that stellar [Hester Collyer] role and with Rattigan's work in a freshening treatment. |
Stanley Kauffmann-The New Republic
The movie is an exquisite period piece, slow and dank, and unduly persuaded that it's rendering a classic.
David Thomson-The New Republic
[Weisz'] performance that transforms her from actress to movie star.
The best parts of the movie, like the scene with William's mother, involve isolated set pieces in which Weisz interacts with another actor.
Bill Goodykoontz-Arizona Republic
A story of passion and its aftermath; of what happens when an unhappy woman goes chasing after something shiny, only to find how quickly it fades.
Moira MacDonald-Seattle Times
Davies doesn't provide stylish counterweights to the heavy drama. Any story that starts with a woman writing a suicide note is cheating us of an honest investment in the outcome.
Joe Williams-St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Weisz makes Hester's dilemma interesting for a while, but even an actress as fine as she can't begin to mold the character into someone worth caring about.
Al Alexander-The Patriot Ledger
By the time she learns love is less about ideal romance than "wiping someone's ass" when they grow old, it's difficult to care about a problem she created for herself.
Matt Kelemen-Las Vegas CityLife
The character is a victim of her own decisions, but Weisz's bruised performance in The Deep Blue Sea yields empathy for being battered by doomed romanticism.
Mark Pfeiffer-Reel Times: Reflections on Cinema
The heart wants what it wants and all that; it's anybody's guess why that might be.
Mark Dujsik-Mark Reviews Movies
Rachel Weisz performs a superb star turn here, but I'm still in a deep funk after watching this gloomy drama.
Betty Jo Tucker-ReelTalk Movie Reviews
While the soft focus cinematography and performances are excellent, we're kept at such a distance that it's hard to care.
Stephen Carty-Flix Capacitor
As rumbling and tremendous a meditation on self and suicide as there's ever been onscreen. Director Terence Davies has now made masterpieces across four decades.
Rob Humanick-Projection Booth
While the film has some of the same characters as the play, the crucial relationship between Hester and the former doctor, Mister Miller (Karl Johnson of "Hot Fuzz") is reduced to almost nothing in the film.
Robert Roten-Laramie Movie Scope
Terence Davies: More poetry of pain
Robert Denerstein-Movie Habit
Though "Deep Blue Sea" is a quiet and stately film on the surface, it's powerful and raw underneath.
Rob Thomas-Capital Times (Madison, WI)
Theater chamber piece efficiently directed and written by Terence Davies.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Have your exit route mapped out before the lights go down.
The Deep Blue Sea is an eloquent love song. It's both hauntingly pitiful and very human. It's love in all its labor.
...so ravishing as pure cinema, it would likely work just as well - if not better - if the dialogue was turned down and the Barber played on.
Taking its tone from bombed-out post-war London, Davies' film is far from cheery, but if you don't mind the slow pace and can overlook the director's trademark mannerisms (including the almost obligatory pub singalongs), there's much to admire
Jason Best-Movie Talk
A triumph of style and substance - a rare distinction that Davies has managed time and again.
Richard Knight-Knight at the Movies
...will sort the lovers from the cynics in a heartbeat.
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