Blue Movie Review
250 ft deep lies the secret of Blue. Treasure hunters come in droves, lured by tales of a fabled treasure. But none but one has ever returned from the deadly depths of the Pacific Ocean; leaving behind a bloody trail and even more intriguing rumoursâ€¦ For not only is the treasure inaccessible; itâ€™s guarded night and day by deadly sharks.
Aarav, Sagar and Sam â€“ three men with differing motives - find themselves diving deep into these murky depths - to hunt for the treasure.For wealthy Aarav, itâ€™s about the intoxicating high of more money and more risk. For honest Sagar, itâ€™s only about saving his girlfriend Mona and his brother. For dare devil Sam, itâ€™s simply a matter of life and death â€“ his own. As emotions run high and motives run deep, the dark side of human nature lays bared. And hundreds of feet underwater, Aarav, Sagar and Sam grapple, initially with sharks, and then with the demons of greed, betrayal and above all, their own pricking consciousâ€¦
Weâ€™re asked to dive into the lives of the most boring characters, as they fill us in on their most banal backstories.Read more
He (Anthony Dâ€™Souza) got so busy orchestrating the king-sized stars that he forgot the basic connective tissue: the script.Read more
[Blue] is a brainless, forgettable action-thriller that quickly sinks without a traceRead more
The yearâ€™s most expensive film is a no-brainer action flick with some spectacular visualsRead more
[Blue] ends up, embarrassingly, like a poor B-grade film from the westRead more