- Actors: Jennifer Connelly, John C. Reilly, Tim Roth, Dougray Scott, Pete Postlethwaite
- Directors: Water Salles
- Writers: Rafael Yglesias
- Format: Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
- Language: English
- Subtitles: Spanish, French
- Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Number of discs: 1
- MPAA Rating:
- Studio: Touchstone Home Entertainment
- Release Date: Oct. 25 2005
- Run Time: 105 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 9 customer reviews
- ASIN: B000AWYOGE
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,931 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
Dark Water: Unrated Widescreen Edition (Sous-titres français)
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Far more terrifying than what was seen in theaters, this special unrated version of DARK WATER is a thoroughly absorbing, suspense-filled thriller starring Jennifer Connelly. Dahlia Williams (Connelly) and her 5-year-old daughter are ready to begin a new life together. But their new apartment - dilapidated and worn - suddenly seems to take on a life of its own. Mysterious noises, persistent leaks of dark water, and other strange happenings in the deserted apartment above send Dahlia on a haunting and mystifying pursuit - one that unleashes a torrent of living nightmares.
Deleted Scenes|"The Sound Of Terror: The Subliminal Soundscapes Of DARK WATER" - Featurette on the movie's sound design|Analyzing Dark Water Sequences - Explore the creation of specific scenes with viewing options|"Beneath The Surface: The Making Of DARK WATER" Featurette|"An Extraordinary Ensemble" Featurette
Top Customer Reviews
The landlord landlord (John C. Reilly) and super (Pete Postlethwaite) do what they can, but they are not overly helpful. The ex-husband visits the school and hires a lawyer for custody. Jennifer is forced to hire a lawyer too. Meanwhile Ceci's relationship with he imaginary friend intensifies as she tells Ceci things that makes Jennifer unsettled.
The movie finally gets to one climatic scene and afterwards you feel empty. Is that it?
The acting was fine. The slow build-up was good, but it took up too much of the film. The climax scene needed to be longer.
No sex, no nudity, no f-bombs. A horror movie you can watch with your little girl right before you send her off to your ex-spouse.
The main problem with Dark Water is that the film is nothing more than a run of the mill version of a haunted house movie, except in this case it is a haunted apartment. The film lacks any real suspense or foreboding angst, and has nothing of the mood and style of The Ring. The ghost in this film is no where near as menacing as the one in The Ring, and the end of the film is somewhat anti-climatic. Finally, Jennifer Connolly is simply no Naomi Watts. She simply does not have her presence as an actress, and as a result the film suffers for it.
In the some ways, the best part of the film are the two eccentric characters in the film, played respectively by John C. Reilly and Pete Postlethwaite, who give the film what little style it has. They are both terrific in their roles, which is another fine example of the great talent of these two actors.
Fans of ghost movies will find this film entertaining enough, but nothing to write home about.
Probably mentally challenged Dahlia Williams (Jennifer Connelly) is in the middle of a nasty divorce and due to economics is moving with her daughter `Ceci' (Ariel Gade) to a creepy slum tenement. Her daughter is also going a little funny, seeing dead people and so are we. Can her mother turn this all around and pull us out of this slump with a happy ending? Only time will tell. Now sit back and do not get caught talking to the invisible or very visible Natasha Rimsky (Perla Haney-Jardine.)
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Especially if you are living through depression right now.
Even when you re-visit it... There is enough here to make this a memorable movie.