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Below 2002

Below - Da unten hört dich niemand schreien ein Film von David Twohy mit Matthew Davis, Bruce Greenwood. Inhaltsangabe: Drei Überlebende eines von den. Im Zweiten Weltkrieg nimmt ein amerikanisches U-Boot drei Überlebende eines von den Deutschen versenkten britischen Bootes an Bord. Die Anwesenheit der geretteten Ärztin Claire Paige wird von der Crew als böses Omen gedeutet, denn eine Frau an. Below (Verweistitel: Below – Da unten hört dich niemand schreien) ist ein US-​amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr , entstanden unter der Regie von.

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Below 2002

Below von David Twohy aus dem Jahre , an dessen Drehbuch auch der US​-amerikanische Filmemacher Darren Aronofsky mitwirkte, stellt. Below - Da unten hört dich niemand schreien ein Film von David Twohy mit Matthew Davis, Bruce Greenwood. Inhaltsangabe: Drei Überlebende eines von den. Below - Da unten hört dich niemand schreien. KINOSTART: • Horror • USA () • MINUTEN. Lesermeinung. prisma-Redaktion. Originaltitel. It doesn't help that he spends so much time developing a supernatural threat, only to abandon it in the finale for a Falk Serie resolution to the undercooked mystery behind said threat. Log in with Facebook. It helps when The Great Wall Hd psyche, and Loomis to a much lesser extent, starts Ts Sara unravel. An oil leak threatens to betray the sub's position. October 18, Full Review…. October 18, Rating: 3. November 8, Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. View All Photos

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Nick Chinlund Chief. Andrew Howard Hoag. David Twohy Director. Darren Aronofsky Writer. Lucas Sussman Writer. David Twohy Writer.

Darren Aronofsky Executive Producer. Sue Baden-Powell Producer. Mark Indig Executive Producer. Eric Watson Executive Producer. November 4, Rating: B.

October 18, Full Review…. October 18, Rating: 3. April 29, Full Review…. September 24, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews May 01, Twohy does a great job mainly in the first hour in slowly building an absorbing mystery in this claustrophobic mix of horror and war movie like Das Boot meets The Shining , even if later on it is weakened by stupid plot holes and a silly attempt to sound profound in the end.

Carlos M Super Reviewer. Oct 11, Gimly M Super Reviewer. Jun 06, Pleasant surprise right here. I always say this, but I don't ever go in to a movie expecting for it to suck.

But there are certain movies where I'm almost "forced" to watch them in the sense they've either been on my Netflix queue for too long, or I'm in the mood for something of that ilk.

This is one of those movies, I wasn't really intrigued, at all, by it and the concept but I decided to give it a watch.

Not that I was blown away by this, but I found it to actually be a pretty good movie outside of some goofy moments near the end and some of the convoluted plot elements like finding out what really happened to Captain Winters.

I don't think the film does a great job at properly explaining what was going on with Captain Winters. Eventually you connect the dots, but it's not because they did a good job at exposition.

With that said, I still liked this film's atmosphere and most of its storytelling. The claustrophobic nature of being in such a closed-quarters setting certainly helped a lot with the storytelling.

It helps when Brice's psyche, and Loomis to a much lesser extent, starts to unravel. He becomes obsessed and paranoid with what happened to Winters, to the point he believes that Winters is haunting the submarine in order to bring it down with him.

Brice would rather sink the ship with everybody on board, than to face the consequences of his actions. The film also does a good job at throwing some red herrings in there, it's not necessarily THAT hard to figure out, but the film does make an effort to lead you down a path when it's clearly heading in the other direction.

This is a psychological horror film at its core and it definitely works for most of it, builds some good suspense and tension. I was into the film right from the start, something I wasn't really expecting.

But props to the screenwriters, including Darren Aronofsky, in managing to tell a compelling story, flaws be damned.

I enjoyed this film quite a bit, it's got some corny moments near the end but those aren't really that detrimental to the final quality of the film.

If you're a fan of atmospheric, moody horror then this would be right up your alley. Jesse O Super Reviewer. May 11, The movie comes so close to working, but Twohy can't keep the tone consistent.

It doesn't help that he spends so much time developing a supernatural threat, only to abandon it in the finale for a weak resolution to the undercooked mystery behind said threat.

Alec B Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Brice: Try not to fraternize with the men. They can be a little Claire Page: Strange, as in superstitious?

Brice: As in "strange. Brice: As in 'strange. Hoag: Three redcoats One of 'ems a bleeder! Brice: Now I realize why he didn't kill me too.

He didn't have to. Brice: Mister Loomis, where's our crew? View All Quotes. Best Horror Movies. Worst Superhero Movies.

The captain has been lost overboard, or at least that's the story, and tempers run high in the confined space. Then the sub rescues three drifters in a life raft, one of them a woman, whose presence on board is agreed by everyone to be bad luck on a sub, although her arrival does result in the crew wearing cleaner underwear.

Now dangers increase. The sub is tracked by Germans, who drop depth bombs and later come back to troll for it with giant grappling hooks. There is fearful damage to the periscope and the control tower.

An oil leak threatens to betray the sub's position. Oxygen is running low, and hydrogen in the air is a danger to the crew's safety and sanity.

And perhaps there is a ghost on board. The creepy sounds from outside the hull--of seaweed, whale songs and bouncing depth bombs--increase apprehension.

Yes, a ghost. How else to explain why a record of Benny Goodman's "Sing, Sing, Sing" seems to play itself at inopportune times--as when the Germans are listening for the slightest sound from below?

And when the late skipper was a Goodman fan? Of course, there could be a saboteur on board, in addition to, or perhaps instead of, the ghost.

In its best moments it can evoke fear, and it does a good job of evoking the claustrophobic terror of a little World War II boat, but the story line is so eager to supply frightening possibilities that sometimes we feel jerked around.

Isn't it possible for a submarine to be haunted without turning it into a museum of horror film devices? Of those devices, the most tiresome is the convention that surprises make sounds.

In most horror movies, including many less clever than "Below," there is a visual strategy in which a character is shown in relative closeup limiting our ability to see around him and then startled by the unexpected appearance of another character or other visual surprise.

This moment is invariably signaled on the soundtrack with a loud, alarming musical chord, or perhaps by the sound of a knife being sharpened.

But surprises don't make sounds, and the cliche has become so tiresome that I submit a director might be able to create a more frightening sequence by playing the unexpected appearance in total silence.

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There is fearful damage to the periscope and the control tower. An oil leak threatens to betray the sub's position.

Oxygen is running low, and hydrogen in the air is a danger to the crew's safety and sanity. And perhaps there is a ghost on board. The creepy sounds from outside the hull--of seaweed, whale songs and bouncing depth bombs--increase apprehension.

Yes, a ghost. How else to explain why a record of Benny Goodman's "Sing, Sing, Sing" seems to play itself at inopportune times--as when the Germans are listening for the slightest sound from below?

And when the late skipper was a Goodman fan? Of course, there could be a saboteur on board, in addition to, or perhaps instead of, the ghost.

In its best moments it can evoke fear, and it does a good job of evoking the claustrophobic terror of a little World War II boat, but the story line is so eager to supply frightening possibilities that sometimes we feel jerked around.

Isn't it possible for a submarine to be haunted without turning it into a museum of horror film devices? Of those devices, the most tiresome is the convention that surprises make sounds.

In most horror movies, including many less clever than "Below," there is a visual strategy in which a character is shown in relative closeup limiting our ability to see around him and then startled by the unexpected appearance of another character or other visual surprise.

This moment is invariably signaled on the soundtrack with a loud, alarming musical chord, or perhaps by the sound of a knife being sharpened. But surprises don't make sounds, and the cliche has become so tiresome that I submit a director might be able to create a more frightening sequence by playing the unexpected appearance in total silence.

There are a lot of surprise apparitions in "Below," and many times when we expect them even when they don't arrive. Consider the effective sequence in which four divers have to penetrate the ballast space between the inner and outer hulls to search for the oil leak.

Will they find a ghostly body, or what? The acting skipper of the ship is Brice Bruce Greenwood. The absence of the former skipper is a secret at first, and the explanations for his disappearance are contradictory; even by the end of the movie, we are not sure we have the correct story.

Has he returned to haunt the boat? Oxygen deprivation can encourage hallucinations. The bad-luck woman on board, Claire Olivia Williams , turns out to be a nurse from a sunken hospital ship.

Who sunk that ship with its big red cross, and why? And what about the two survivors in the boat with her?

What are their stories? Although the arrival of a woman on board inspires some heavy-handed scenes in which some men seem to be warming up for an assault, that plot thread is quickly abandoned, and Claire begins to take a surprisingly active role in the onboard discussions.

Siding with her is Odell Matt Davis , maybe because he agrees, maybe because he likes her. To protect Winters' reputation, Coors asks Odell not to tell anyone.

Before leaving the ballast tank, Coors dies in a mysterious accident, and Loomis sees Winters' ghost.

He escapes from the submarine via an escape trunk while the submarine is underwater, and dies when he is impaled on an outside railing.

A series of bizarre mechanical problems cause the crew to lose control of Tiger Shark , and the submarine turns back towards the site of her sinking of the German ship, apparently of her own volition.

Crewmen die in accidents at an alarming rate, and the crew suspect a supernatural influence, questioning Brice's version of Winters' death.

Paige and Odell discover that Tiger Shark mistook Fort James for the German submarine tender and sank the British ship; they also learn that Brice, Loomis, and Coors believed they could not afford this drastic mistake to appear on their records and conspired to suppress the story, killing Winters on the deck as he tried to save the survivors of Fort James.

Wally concludes the submarine is haunted by a "malediction" that must be satisfied to escape its netherworld between heaven and hell.

After Tiger Shark arrives at the location of the sinking of Fort James and surfaces in a disabled condition, those aboard detect a surface ship nearby.

Brice prevents the surviving crew from radioing the ship, but Paige sneaks out on deck and tries to signal the ship with a flashlight.

Brice confronts her and holds her at gunpoint. His remorse over the accident overcomes him; he admits the entire cover-up, and shoots himself in the head, falling dead into the ocean.

The ship Paige signals turns out to be British, and picks up the four survivors. Tiger Shark sinks, coming to rest on the ocean floor next to the wreck of Fort James.

The submarine was towed out into Lake Michigan for filming. The site's critical consensus reads, " Below is a creepy, claustrophobic exercise in style.

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  1. Molkis

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    man kann sagen, diese Ausnahme:)

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