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In the Heart of the Sea 2015 123movies

In the Heart of the Sea 2015 123movies

Based on the incredible true story that inspired Moby DickNov. 20, 2015122 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In the winter of 1820, the New England whaling ship Essex was assaulted by something no one could believe: a whale of mammoth size and will, and an almost human sense of vengeance. The real-life maritime disaster would inspire Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick. But that told only half the story. “In the Heart of the Sea” reveals the encounter’s harrowing aftermath, as the ship’s surviving crew is pushed to their limits and forced to do the unthinkable to stay alive. Braving storms, starvation, panic and despair, the men will call into question their deepest beliefs, from the value of their lives to the morality of their trade, as their captain searches for direction on the open sea and his first mate still seeks to bring the great whale down.
Plot: In the winter of 1820, the New England whaling ship Essex is assaulted by something no one could believe—a whale of mammoth size and will, and an almost human sense of vengeance.
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In the Heart of the Sea 2015 123movies 7In the Heart of the Sea 2015 123movies 26.7 Votes: 3216 Popularity: 27.38

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I love these type of 18th century film flair, and the whole pirate-like or merchant crew voyaging to the open sea looking for a non-abundant resource later to be topped with an impossible foe because of the technology at the time thus lead to strand in mother nature. Good stuff!
Review By: StbMDB Rating: 8 Date: 2017-05-07
> We actually know this story, but not the truth until now!

Ron Howard’s latest sea adventure, stars Chris Hemsworth in an important role. So the people comparing it with ‘Moby Dick’, because both the film is about the same story, but one was inspired and the other one was, I mean this film was based on the actual event. I had seen the BBC film ‘The Whale’, not a bad film for a low budget television film. Most importantly, it revealed the truth about what I was not aware of from one of my favourite sea adventure films.

I never read the book, but saw the British version, so I knew what I’m going to witness. Still, I was very interested to check it out, because it is a grand film and as expected I loved the visuals. Those sea adventures were very realistic, except the action sequences which is obviously cinema gimmick. The surprise part was the narration. It was a flashback story, something like ‘Life of Pi’, a man recall his old memory of his survival at the sea with other crew members of the ship Essex when it was attacked by a big white whale.

It is kind of impossible to believe what this film says is true. And obviously what we see is not what exactly happened, but very close. So see this film to believe it. Whatever it is, I totally enjoyed watching it. The 2 hour long never looked too long. There are a few mild disturbing scenes due to the theme concept, but it is a good family film. If you like ‘Moby Dick’ then you should watch it. Definitely an underrated film by the film critics.

7/10

Review By: Reno Rating: 7 Date: 2016-07-24
Inspired Moby Dick, but is no Moby Dick, but it is visually effective.
Based on the story that inspired Moby Dick, its novelist, Herman Melville seeks out the survivor of the Whaling ship Essex to have him tell the tale of the white whale they encountered.

I heard In the heart of the Sea was not action packed enough. It sounded like the best and only action sequences could be found in the trailer, but that was not the case at all. I found it pretty jammed packed with big adventure. From director Ron Howard showing us how to sail a ship, to the epic standoff between man and the world’s largest mammal. They even get into how a whale is hunted and then gutted for oil, which won’t make any PETA supporters happy.

I would say the real issue is that since they are advertising the movie as the story that inspired Moby Dick, you would expect more whale than we actually got. The survivor telling the tale, Thomas Nickerson (played by Brendan Gleeson as an old man and Tom Holland as a Young one) began his story by telling us it was about the Captain and his first officer (played by Chris Hemsworth), and for the most part the movie was about how these two different men, from different social classes operate a ship.

What I was most impressed with is that it was worth the IMAX 3D ticket. In the Heart of the Sea has so many fantastic visuals, and not just the eye candy that is Chris Hemsworth who was made to look quite heroic in the picture (or maybe I just could not get his image of Thor out of my head). A lot of the imagery was grim to give a realistic look at what it was like to be a sailor in the 1800s, it was brilliant cinematography.

And the story that was told was very complete. I think I learned far too much about the political process and corruption of the whaling industry, back in the day, which is interesting, but does have the story lingering longer than you would expect.

Overall, I’m impressed with the second effort Ron Howard and Chris Hemmisworth team up for after Rush.

Review By: subxerogravity Rating: 7 Date: 2015-12-12
The Whale Strikes Back
In the early nineteenth century, before the development of the petroleum industry, whaling was big business as whale oil was in great demand for lamps. The centre of this lucrative trade was the small island of Nantucket off the coast of New England. By the 1810s over-hunting meant that whales were now in short supply in the Atlantic and whalers were forced to travel further and further afield into the Pacific in pursuit of their quarry.

And then in 1820 the whales struck back. The Nantucket whaling ship Essex was rammed and sunk by a sperm whale in the South Pacific. The survivors were forced to abandon ship and climb into three intact whaling boats in which they hoped to navigate the 2,000 miles separating them from the South American mainland. The film is based on Nathaniel Philbrick’s best-selling non-fiction account of these events, but pares them down to the bare essentials, omitting much of Philbrick’s extra detail. (For example, the book tells us that the survivors considered making for Tahiti rather than South America, but rejected this option because they wrongly believed South Sea Islanders to be murderous cannibals. The film omits this detail). The film uses a framework technique; in 1850 Thomas Nickerson, the last survivor of the Essex, tells his story to the author Herman Melville who is seeking material for his new novel. (This book, of course, was to be “Moby-Dick”, which was indeed inspired by the last voyage of the Essex).

Ron Howard has made films about many different subjects- among others advanced mathematics, journalism, the Old West, space travel, boxing, politics, motor racing and now whaling- but two frequent themes in his more serious movies as opposed to his comedies are a man, or a small group of men, struggling to overcome difficult odds, and two men whose contrasting personalities bring them into conflict. Both these themes are present here. A keynote in the early part of the film is the rivalry between the ship’s captain George Pollard and his first mate Owen Chase. Chase is the more experienced seaman of the two but has been denied promotion to captain because he is not from a nautical family. (His father was a farmer on the mainland). Pollard, by contrast, is the scion of a long- established Nantucket whaling dynasty. The relationship between the disciplinarian Pollard and the more popular and easy-going Chase resembles that between Captain Bligh and Fletcher Christian in the various screen versions of “Mutiny on the Bounty”, although, unlike Bligh, Pollard never alienates his crew to the point where they are prepared to mutiny against him. Later, however, and especially after the sinking, the two men realise that they need to put their differences aside.

Both roles are well played, the rather aloof Pollard by Benjamin Walker (an actor I had not previously come across) and the more approachable Chase by Chris Hemsworth. Brendan Gleeson (aged 60 and here looking older) is, strictly speaking, miscast as the older Nickerson who was only a 14-year-old cabin boy in 1820 and therefore would only have been 44 in 1850. I will not, however, cavil on this point as Gleeson is in fact very good. Nickerson is obviously dealing with matters that are deeply painful memories, and yet, after some initial reluctance, we sense that he is compelled to tell Melville his story in order to achieve catharsis from some inner torment. As he approaches the climax of his tale, we realise just why these memories are so painful for him.

“In the Heart of the Sea”, therefore is more than a mere seafaring yarn; it is a character-driven psychological drama as well. The pure “adventure” elements in the story, however, are dealt with very well, and a lot of tension and excitement is generated by the action scenes including the storm at sea and, above all, the heart-stopping sequence in which the whale attacks the ship.

I have found that, in recent years at least, Howard has generally been at his best when dealing with subjects based upon real-life events. I enjoyed, for example, the likes of “Apollo 13”, “A Beautiful Mind” and “Rush” more than I did “Willow”, “The Paper”, “The Missing” or “The Da Vinci Code”. An exception to this rule has always been the obviously fictional fantasy “Splash” from the very early part of his which until now has always been my favourite Howard film. “In the Heart of the Sea” may now have claimed that title. 8/10

Review By: JamesHitchcock Rating: 8 Date: 2016-01-13

Other Information:

Original Title In the Heart of the Sea
Release Date 2015-11-20
Release Year 2015

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 2 min (122 min)
Budget 100000000
Revenue 93920758
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Action, Adventure, Biography
Director Ron Howard
Writer Charles Leavitt, Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver
Actors Chris Hemsworth, Cillian Murphy, Brendan Gleeson
Country United States, Australia, Spain
Awards 1 win & 5 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Datasat, Dolby Digital, Dolby Atmos, Auro 11.1
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa XT, Panavision Primo Lenses, Canon EOS 1D-C, Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses, Canon EOS C300, Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses, Canon EOS C500, Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses, Indiecam GS2K, Kowa Lenses
Laboratory Technicolor Creative Services, London, UK (digital intermediate), Technicolor, London, UK (also prints)
Film Length (7 reels)
Negative Format Codex
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (2.8K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Dolby Vision
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema (also 3-D version)

In the Heart of the Sea 2015 123movies
In the Heart of the Sea 2015 123movies
In the Heart of the Sea 2015 123movies
In the Heart of the Sea 2015 123movies
Original title In the Heart of the Sea
TMDb Rating 6.7 3,216 votes

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