Film critic Nick Duncalf reviews Ron Howard's whaling adventure In the Heart of the Sea, starring Chris Hemsworth, for #60secondreviews. A survivor of the doomed whaling ship the Essex tells the story of the demise of the ship to the writer, Herman Melville.
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In the Heart of the Sea Cast:
Chris Hemsworth ... Owen Chase
Benjamin Walker ... George Pollard
Cillian Murphy ... Matthew Joy
Brendan Gleeson ... Tom Nickerson
Ben Whishaw ... Herman Melville
Michelle Fairley ... Mrs. Nickerson
Tom Holland ... Thomas Nickerson
Paul Anderson ... Caleb Chappel
Frank Dillane ... Henry Coffin
Joseph Mawle ... Benjamin Lawrence
In the Heart of the Sea Full Review Transcript:
In The Heart of the Sea is a proper old-fashioned Boy's Own seafaring adventure directed by Ron Howard and it tells the tale of the whaling ship the Essex in the 18th century the true story that inspired Herman Melville's novel Moby Dick so it's about a young boy who takes a job on a whaling ship and the first mate is played by Chris Hemsworth a big strapping heroic type who really should be the ship's captain but he's of low birth and the ship's captain instead is from a whaling family and he's a posh privileged type and it really quite helps the story that he looks almost exactly like George Osborne so immediately you know that he's privileged and that he's probably gonna be a bit of a bad guy they set out to sea and there's very exciting sequences of them hunting down whales on these tiny rowing boats you can't believe this is actually really what happened but of course a huge monstrous leviathan of a whale attacks the ship and after that it's a tale of courage and survival it looks beautiful most painterly at times it's shot really well it's very exciting and I just thought it was a real good Sunday afternoon kind of movie.
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