Ghosts of the Abyss: An Immersive 3D Adventure User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.96

Current Rating: 3.96

based on 1576 votes and 11 reviews

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  • the film was amazing, tho some of the 3D parts were just blurry cos they were right in ur face-like the crews heads! does anyone kno who sang the song at the end, it was called darkness, darkness?
  • wow, absolutely awesome even the pompus arrognace of James Cameron can not detract from this film. Poignant and revealing. A true life adventure. Worth taking the whole family to see it. School kids should have a look at the combination of today`s technology and the past.
  • The Most BREATH-TAKING Film ever made! It is just FABULOUS!!! The best DOCUMENTARY of the YEAR!
  • This movie doesn`t really need the 3D aspect to be good. If you`re interested in the history of the Titanic you`ll love it. Its a good documentary that is informative and entertaining. I do wish it had more information on the biological part of the Ship. It has organisms that helps the ship go back to the earth. That ship is a host to new life-- the sea life.
  • Waste of Time
  • a load of trash...and a complete waste of space..i cried that i actually spent money on this
  • Breath-taking! I didn`t think I`d ever get to visit the Titanic!
  • i think it will be the best movie , next to the titanic story which was a very moving and asome movie.
  • This was probably one of the best films ever made on the wreck of the titanic. I am a scuba instructor and I can honestly say that Ghosts of the Abyss was as close as anyone can come to diving that wreck as you can ever get!
  • ok

Ghosts of the Abyss: An Immersive 3D Adventure

Genre:  Action/Adventure
Running Time:  59 min.
Release Date: April 11, 2003
DVD: April 27, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 3.96
based on 1576 votes and 11 reviews
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Cast: Bill Paxton, Don Lynch, Ken Marschall, Dr. Charles Pellegrino, Lori Johnston, Dr. John Broadwater