Black Sea


Adventure / Drama / Thriller

IMDb Rating 6.4 10 32033


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Jude Law as Robinson
Ben Mendelsohn as Fraser
Tobias Menzies as Lewis
Jodie Whittaker as Chrissy
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986.99 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 54 min
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1.84 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 54 min
P/S 6 / 37

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by zehra_theReviewer 8 / 10

Impressive submarine struggle & gold dream

Some characters were so tough-looking that while watching you feel some of the people in the submarine will die. Jude Law acted his role so perfectly that he was a very authoritarian leader & guided the team with his belief in them that they would finally succeed their aim of taking the gold to the surface of the sea.

What Daniels confessed after they brought all the gold inside was shocking for Jude Law as well as the audience. Fraser was right for the first time when he suggested killing Daniels but they thought they needed him to take the submarine to the surface. Robinson (Jude Law)'s only mistake was not letting them kill Daniels.

The last part was very touching when Daniels sacrificed himself to save the two people and to send all the gold to the surface some part of which to be sent to his family he will never see again.

Reviewed by quincytheodore 6 / 10

Dark and gritty, but also trapped by shallow unrealistic delivery.

There's always a niche appeal for submarine stories. The very concept promises many characters sharing a mutual predicament while confined in the depths. Black Sea offers decent psychological thriller with its good set-up and claustrophobic cinematography, but the personalities often do stupid things just for the sake of drama. One must wonder if the problems here could've been resolved with proper human interactions, such as conversations without violence undertone or not resorting to outright violence on a whim.

Robinson (Jude Law) is recently fired from his job. Disgruntled and very keen on making money, he jumps at the first opportunity of big pay. The gig is to recover sunken World War II submarine which allegedly contains heaps of gold. Thus, he assembles his team of merry misfits and dives for the riches. His whole team consists of either inexperienced or slightly mad crew.

Cue the crazy debacle where someone gets randomly stabbed or a few misclicks cause the submarine to nose dive, and the operation sinks faster than the submarine itself. Everyone is aggressive every time, there's barely any human interaction which doesn't lead in heated argument. I'm not an expert but surely when placed in crucial condition as submerged with actual chance of dying, one might need to cooperate instead of constantly picking a fight.

The visual is fitting for the theme, mostly shot in typical small corridor or halls, it is meant to be claustrophobic. The acting isn't half bad, Jude Law does his best though the accent is a bit jarring. It takes advantage of the premise well, and produces occasional morale ambiguity for gritty effect. A couple of the twists are decent in creating more dilemmas to elevate the tension, excluding the rest which are the results of tragic human error.

Black Sea is true to the deep nature of submarine film, sometime suspenseful and engaging, though most of the personality clashes are ridiculously forced.

Reviewed by funkb 9 / 10

Black Sea

As a former submarine sailor I watch every submarine picture that is exhibited. None are exactly as it was or is. Most are a lot of fun to watch. This movie was very good as it entertained and kept you on the edge of your seat. This is a good escape from all the movies that are all explosions, blood and gore, fantasy, and vampire trash. This has a believable storyline even if the FX are a little unbelievable. You should watch this movie and enjoy it. Jude law is surprising in the role of the Capt. and is a great deal different than previous movie roles for him. The clash of personalities adds to the excitement through danger and mechanical malfunctions.

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