Reviewed bycineasta-80214Vote: 8/10/10
I went to watch "Deep" with my grandchildren, age 7 and 9, that enjoyedit a lot.
They liked the most: 1) The quartet of friends composed by a littleoctopus (Deep), a shrimp, a lantern fish and an eel; 2) the scenesinside the ship, that put them a little bit nervous; and 3) the crabdancing and songs.
I then explained them that the movie alert that the sea is running outof fish and that we need to take care of it
Reviewed byxseven-1Vote: 1/10/10
A perfect example of why movies are bad for children ... Confusingconcepts and stupid plot ... A lot of stereotypes ... The usual ideathat you can do whatever pleases you and others will save you ... "Badcharacters" are stupid but have the technological advantage ... and the"good guys" ... all they have to do is press randomly on the buttonsand save the day ... Bad, bad, bad ....
In 2100, when humanity has abandoned the earth, a colony of extravagant creatures still thrives in the deepest abyss of the ocean. Deep, an adventurous "dumbo" octopus and the last one of his kind lives there with his two unconditional friends: Evo, a nerdy and clumsy angler fish, and Alice, a neurotic deep-sea shrimp. When an accident destroys their home, the guardian of the abyss, The Kraken, will send Deep and his friends on a perilous journey to find a new home. In their mission, they will be joined by Maura -a voracious moray eel- and together they will travel to amazing places like the submerged city of New York, the Titanic or the Arctic, facing formidable enemies and hilarious situations. Will they be able to bring the oceans back to their former glory?