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Into The Blue (2005)
What our panel of critics thought

"The thing with wet suits is that they squeak when you put them on. The great thing with this movie is that there is no squeak, just splash and swim."

"Will somebody please put some clothes on!"

"Some truly remarkable underwater scenes in this movie. Bravisimo glug glug glug!"

"Is Paul Walker the new Steve McQueen? Yes, no, I don't know, I can't quite decide...."

"I imagined that by the end of this movie they all would end up looking like soaked prunes having been swimming about in the water that much. But to my surprise they were as tight and tanned as at the beginning. Well done to all concerned."

"Ooozes, splashes, slippey-slides cool."

"As for the debate as to whether Paul Walker is the new Steve McQueen my vote would have to be a very definite don't know."

"How long can Paul Walker hold his breath then, or was most of this underwater stuff CGI?"

"Jessica Alba was nominated for a Razzie award for worst actress for this movie."

"Scott Caan's character is really annoying, but he can pack a punch which makes up for a lot in a movie like this."

"It's like a 1 hr 46 minute long postcard."

"Some truly lovely shots of some very beautiful people and stuff."

Please tell me the ending or whole plot if it's quicker

Our heroes get involved with a vicious drug baron. They don't have any money so decide to work for the drug baron so that they can use the money they get paid to get the treasure. All the bad guys get killed and our heroes end up living happily ever after after a brief moment of doubt...

Other comments

This is a pure popcorn movie. Nothing more, nothing less. It's great eye-candy from start to finish, and that doesn't make it a bad movie, just a pretty picture with a moderately engaging storyline.

Date of review

October 25, 2007

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