Deep Blue details
|Directors:||Andy Byatt, Alastair Fothergill|
|Genre:||Television - Series/Miniseries|
Deep Blue - Disc 1
|TBC Disc 1|
Deep Blue - Disc 2
|TBC Disc 2|
|Run time:||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Rental release:||25 Oct 2004|
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Cop-outBy brassodin (20 reviews) from GOSBERTON WESTHORPE, SPALDING , 16 Dec 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]I have a real interset in Marine ecosystems having done a degree in it and have watched a number of nature documentarys, including David Attenboroughs 'Blue Planet'. So when I heard of this dvd being released i was very excited as it is made by the same people who brought us the 'Blue Planet' series. However, it turned out to be a complete cop-out as it is only a complilation of the best bits taken from the 'Blue Planet' series (4 disc set). I would advise anyone thinking of getting this to forget it, and just stick to the original 'Blue Planet' series on dvd, as everything on these two dvd's are on the 4 disc set, along with much, much more stuff; and it is narrated by the man himself.
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Visually superbBy Trio (1 review) from London , 07 Jul 2009...though a little lacking in info, certainly a visual masterpiece.
ExcellentBy Paul Shears from England , 02 May 2008As fine a piece of natural history filming as I have seen.
lackingBy Tannee Rahman from Kent , 14 Nov 2007it was beautiful to watch, had great scenes but the commentary was just lacking. There was hardly any and when there was it was just short blantant commentary, you'll learn nothing from this
BORING!!!By a customer from EDINBURGH , 30 Jun 2007This was meant to be a great documentary but i found it boring. The footage was great but the commentary was lacking with little info about the species or their habits and habitats. It was basically about watching lovely picture being repeated over and over again. Not recommended
Worth watching!!By sarah holdford from Taunton. England , 16 May 2006The best underwater documentary yet!!