Aliens of the Deep
Time Out says
That IMAX 3-D cameras have plunged so deep to record an often bizarre array of sea creatures undoubtedly delivers a certain ‘wow’ factor, but the accompanying commentary is heavier on breathless excitement than solid fact, and we don’t learn as much as we should. Instead, echoing Cameron’s previous ‘The Abyss’, the film draws parallels between the survival of life in this testing environment with the possibility of bio-diversity on other worlds, in particular the frozen seas of Jupiter’s moon Europa. A final flourish of CGI speculation however, only goes to show that our natural world still has the ante on wonder.