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Open Water 1 & 2 [Blu-ray] [Import]

Blanchard Ryan , Daniel Travis , Chris Kentis , Hans Horn    Blu-ray

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Should you buy Open Water on DVD or Blu-ray? Feb. 10 2013
By Nicodimus - Published on Amazon.com
I'm not really going to talk much about the movies themselves, but my opinion is that Open Water is a good film, and Open Water 2 is a laughably bad one.

As for the decision to buy this 2-pack blu-ray ($9) or the Open Water DVD ($3) it really depends on you. The video quality of the blu-ray looks just like a DVD (or worse, due to the source material) most of the time. They also have the same supplements. So, really, the decision comes down to two things: audio quality, and whether or not you want to own Open Water 2 to make fun of it with your friends. If you are listening to this movie with a 5.1 surround receiver, I say go with the blu-ray. The lossless audio track does sound pretty good and makes you feel like you're out there floating in the ocean with them. However, if you're listening through the speakers on your TV, you will not hear any difference, so save the $6 and just buy the DVD (unless of course you want Open Water 2.)
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Surprise Sleeper... Nov. 25 2010
By W. Pender - Published on Amazon.com
I didn't expect too much going into Open Water, but came away numbed and deeply affected. Open water is the film that "Jaws" SHOULD have been but wasn't. The unknown actors, low budget and simple setting only amplified the effect of our character's plight. This film didn't need a deep plot or flashy CGI to keep it aloft. I definite winner.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Double Feature!!!! March 14 2014
By Linda Spruill - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
This was great....a good night with family and popcorn!!!! HIghly recommended. Love true stories and so does the rest of my family!
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Movies for a Great Price! March 11 2011
By Alicia - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
I got the set fast!

I have to say that Open Water was kind of blurry at some parts...but I think that was due to the efforts of trying to convert it to Blue-Ray.

Open Water 2 was awesome!
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Open Water 1 & 2 Oct. 19 2010
By Carlos E. Velasquez - Published on Amazon.com
On more than two occasions, I have mentioned that I am a huge fan of movies with small budgets, shot in a reduced number of locations, and without special effects. If you can entertain a crowd for the total length of a film under those conditions, you are a real filmmaker and storyteller. And they can make money, too, like the widely successful "The Blair Witch Project" (1999). In 2004, a very smart film that fulfills those requisites, and that I truly enjoyed, was the riveting "Open Water," which was critically acclaimed and had a good box-office. Following its success, another electrifying installment, "Open Water 2 - Adrift", was made a couple years later. Now, thanks to Lionsgate, both titles are available in one spectacular Blu-Ray set.

Based on true events, and written and directed by Chris Kentis, "Open Water" is about a couple that goes to the Caribbean to spend a holiday. Once there, they decide to go scuba-diving with a group of like-minded people. The boat goes far away from the coast in search of a great spot, which they eventually find. However, at the end of the activity, the person doing the head count of the participants inadvertently missed the couple, leaving them behind in the middle of nowhere. As you can imagine, terror follows, as these two human beings try to stay afloat and get help. On the other hand, "Open Water 2 - Adrift", which is also based on true events, but helmed by Hans Horn, follows a situation similar to that of its predecessor, but is more ambitious, as it involves more people. Here, three couples, one of them with a baby, sail on a yacht in Mexico. While at the ocean, they stop for a swim; one problem takes you to next, and none of the vacationers are able to get climb back to the yacht. So, the six humans beings are on their own at sea, trying survive together, all this while the baby stayed alone on the boat. As you can imagine, both stories in both movies make for great, imaginative, and full-of- possibilities suspense.

The cast in "Open Water" and "Open Water 2 - Adrift" was composed mostly of unknown actors, which worked out well, because the stories and directions were strong enough to carry the films. You decide which one you like most. The Blu-ray edition of "Open Water" includes audio commentary by cinematographers Laura Lau and Chris Kentis, and actors Blanchard Ryan and Daniel Travis; deleted scenes; and a making-of feature. "Open Water 2 - Adrift" includes a making-of documentary. "Open Water" (USA, 2004, color, 81 min plus additional materials), "Open Water 2 - Adrift" (Germany, 2006, color, 94 min plus additional materials).

Reviewed on October 18, 2010 exclusively by Eric Gonzalez for [...]

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