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    The Abyss

    A civilian oil rig crew is recruited to conduct a search and rescue effort when a nuclear submarine mysteriously sinks and faces danger while encountering an alien aquatic species.
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  • Actors of "The Abyss"

  • Characters of "The Abyss"

    Virgil 'Bud' Brigman. Character of The Abyss
    Played by: Ed Harris
    Lindsey Brigman. Character of The Abyss
    Lt. Hiram Coffey. Character of The Abyss
    Played by: Michael Biehn
    Catfish De Vries. Character of The Abyss
    Played by: Leo Burmester
    Alan 'Hippy' Carnes. Character of The Abyss
    Played by: Todd Graff
    Lisa 'One Night' Standing. Character of The Abyss
    Played by: Kimberly Scott
    Lew Finler. Character of The Abyss
    Bendix. Character of The Abyss
    Played by: Chris Elliott
  • Directors of "The Abyss"

    James Cameron. Director of The Abyss
    James Cameron
    Birthdate: 16 August 1954, Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada
  • Creators of "The Abyss"

    James Cameron. Director of The Abyss
    James Cameron
    Birthdate: 16 August 1954, Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada
  • Critic Reviews of "The Abyss"

    Hollywood Reporter
    March 10, 2015

    Colossally ambitious, this logistically boggling and technically brilliant film from writer-director James Cameron is a visual tour de force, featuring overall, the greatest underwater sequences ever seen on film.

    June 19, 2008

    A firstrate underwater suspenser with an otherworldly twist, The Abyss suffers from a payoff unworthy of its buildup.

    Chicago Reader
    June 06, 2007

    The attempt to extract the essences of several genres (cold-war submarine thriller, love story, Disney fantasy, pseudomystical SF in the Spielberg mode) and mix them together ultimately leads to giddy incoherence.

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    This overlong concoction is scuppered by dire dialogue, histrionic performances and maudlin sentimentality.

    Rolling Stone
    May 12, 2001

    Anyone looking for a discouraging word about this stupendously exciting and emotionally engulfing film should read no further. The Abyss confirms James Cameron as a world-class filmmaker.

    Washington Post
    January 01, 2000

    I'd sooner believe that Moby Dick could swim up the drainpipe.

    Nick's Flick Picks
    August 04, 2010

    The Abyss gains in some ways from its own Achilles heels, in a way most movies don't... its formal technique, its reckless obsessiveness, and its gutsy emotionalism are what I can't stop turning over in my mind.

    Antagony & Ecstasy
    December 14, 2009

    One need not be a Cameron acolyte to recognise that The Abyss has aged better than some of the films that outshone it back in the day.
    August 26, 2009

    The movie was a bear to make and it shows onscreen, parading around a series of mesmerizing set-pieces that look deliciously hard-earned in ways our current CG-drenched filmmaking climate never allows.

    September 19, 2007

    As a follow-up to Cameron's great sci-fi Aliens, The Abyss is too verbose for an actioner and the special effects, striking as they are, are not well integrated into the narrative, but it's still worth seeing.

    TV Guide
    June 06, 2007

    What ultimately saves the film are its extraordinary sets and phenomenal Oscar-winning visual effects.
    May 11, 2007

    Great blending of spectacle and drama.

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