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Under the Sea 3D -- An underwater look at the diverse coastal regions of Southern Australia, New Guinea and the Indo-Pacific areas and the impact of global warming on the oceans.
Under the Sea 3D -- Clip: Australian sea lions
Under the Sea 3D -- Interview: Michelle Hall "On the Austrailian Sea Lions"
Under the Sea 3D -- Clip: Green sea turtles and jellyfish
Under the Sea 3D -- Clip: Reef squid

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Director:
Writers:
Howard Hall (written by) and
Toni Myers (written by) ...
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Release Date:
13 February 2009 (USA) See more »
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A world beyond imagination.
Plot:
An underwater look at the diverse coastal regions of Southern Australia, New Guinea and the Indo-Pacific areas and the impact of global warming on the oceans. | Full synopsis »
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2 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Must See 3D!!! See more (12 total) »

Cast

 

Jim Carrey ... Narrator (voice)

Directed by
Howard Hall 
 
Writing credits
Howard Hall (written by) and
Toni Myers (written by) &
Graeme Ferguson (written by)

Produced by
Judy Carroll .... line producer
Todd Fellman .... associate producer
Graeme Ferguson .... executive producer
Michele Hall .... co-producer
Toni Myers .... producer
 
Original Music by
Micky Erbe 
Maribeth Solomon 
 
Cinematography by
Howard Hall 
 
Film Editing by
Toni Myers 
 
Sound Department
Courtney Bishop .... adr recordist
Jenna Dalla Riva .... foley recording assistant
Ed Douglas .... sound editor
Ed Douglas .... sound re-recording mixer
Sue Fawcett .... assistant sound editor
Brooke Graeff .... foley assistant
Goro Koyama .... foley artist
Andy Malcolm .... foley artist
Cory Mandel .... sound re-recording mixer
Christopher Miller .... sound editor
Michael Miller .... adr mixer
Karl Mohr .... sound designer
Bruce Nyznik .... narration recording supervisor
Peter Thillaye .... supervising sound editor
Brad Thornton .... sound re-recording mixer
Lan Tran .... assistant sound editor
Don White .... foley recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
D. Eric Robinson .... compositor
Craig Edward Rogers Jr. .... digital compositor
Craig Edward Rogers Jr. .... film recording
Wendy Whaley .... digital compositor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Peter Kragh .... camera operator
Stuart Macfarlane .... assistant camera
Dylan Reade .... assistant camera
Dylan Reade .... camera operator: topside
 
Editorial Department
Todd Baillere .... negative cutter
Michael Cowing .... second assistant editor
Christopher Holland .... assistant editor trainee
Kirk Lilwall .... additional editor
George Vajna .... additional editor
 
Music Department
Leah Erbe .... vocalist
Micky Erbe .... conductor
Dustin Harris .... additional music programmer
Dustin Harris .... music editor
Cory Mandel .... music scoring mixer
John McCullough .... music consultant
Rebecca Pellett .... orchestrator
 
Other crew
Greg Denny .... production associate: IMAX
Dave Forsyth .... diver
Deborah Gabinetti .... production assistant
Moises Jimenez .... film recordist
Jos Pet .... script consultant (as Dr. Jos Pet)
Mark Thurlow .... diver
Jeff Wildermuth .... diver
 

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USA:40 min | Australia:45 min
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Australia:G | Canada:G (British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) | Hong Kong:I | Mexico:A | Philippines:PG-13 (MTRCB) | Singapore:G | USA:G
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7 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Must See 3D!!!, 28 April 2009
Author: MagicMikassa from United States

I have seen lots of 3D movies in my time either through Real D, Analgyph 3D, or various theme park attractions such as T2:3D or The Amazing Spiderman ride at Universal Studios.

That said this is the first time I have truly seen 3D.

IMAX 3D is something that must be experienced. I can't speak for other 3D IMAX offerings playing currently since this is the first one I have seen (barring the disappointing 3D segments of Superman Returns which were not made with the intention of a 3D release). I can only speak to the quality of this film, Under The Sea 3D.

I would say watching this movie is like really being under the sea except if you really were you would be completely wet and would have drowned long before the movie had finished. Instead the experience is more like the ocean is somehow glued to your eyes so that everything in the sea is like an underwater show made just for you. Instead of simply staring in awe at the images on the IMAX screen towering in front of you it is more like the screen has somehow become your eyes to the world. The 3D is simply that good.

The content of the film is merely standard nature documentary fare. I found myself often not paying much attention to Jim Carrey's narration and simply being enamored by the visions before me. That is not to say he is a bad narrator. His voice is soothing to listen to and he stays away from the more wacky tones he is known for. Its just that sometimes images say so much more than any word could ever do. In the case of this film that has never been more true.

Overall, in terms of the actual content this movie is not breaking any new ground. While it is always fascinating to see just how many different creatures exist in the vast oceans every day while we are out going about our daily routines there isn't much here that you haven't seen in some form elsewhere. The movie of course delves into the global warming problem towards the end which is a downer, but I suppose a necessary one. The real reason to see this movie is for the 3D. If you have never seen IMAX 3D then by all means go out and see this film. It is simply amazing! I can't give this movie a perfect ten on the whole because of the content, but the 3D experience itself is certainly a 10! Overall I give this a 9/10.

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