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- Kristen Stewart
- Vincent Cassel
- T.J. Miller
- Jessica Henwick
- John Gallagher Jr.
- Mamoudou Athie
- Fiona Rene
- Gunner Wright
- Amanda Troop
Did You Know?
- Due to the Disney purchase of 20th Century Fox, the release date was pushed to January 2020. Shooting took place in the spring of 2017. By the time it was released, almost three years passed.
- During the opening title sequence a typo can be seen, twice, where a portion of the station blueprints is labelled "BOYANCY COMPENASATORS"
- [as a clinger devours Paul]
- Smith: It just dragged him straight out of his suit!
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I’m honestly not mad I watched this. I didn’t fall asleep, but I also wasn’t kept on edge of my seat. The action starts off with a boom, but then it kinda drags.... and drags... and... add in some literal dragging.
Much better than The Meg in terms of undersea monster.
If not for the unusual setting and Stewart’s unique star presence, Underwater might feel completely anonymous. Fortunately, all that H2O suffices to give this goofy trifle a memorable sense of atmosphere.
This is a creature feature, whose gory jump-scares and icktastic critter design are the reason you're here. An ensemble led by Kristen Stewart brings credible camaraderie to the scenario without quite matching the vivid chemistry of Alien and its best descendants; with such a tightly packed survival tale ahead of them, though, few viewers will be calling out for more character development.
Underwater is hampered by some of the genre’s silliest conventions — questionable character motivations, delusions of grandeur — but the movie nonetheless succeeds by capitalising on an elemental terror: underwater, it’s very hard to see the dangers right in front of you.