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Wow, We will never go back to SeaWorld again after seeing the movie.
And unlike movies that seems to spell it out too much to make one feel juvenile (ie Food Inc), Blackfish's story is sufficient enough to guide the viewer.
A very informative, easy to understand documentary explaining why humans have no right to capture these beautiful mammals for our entertainment.
My mother wanted to see the movie. Though I told her there are two sides to the story and I refused to see this ugly and hateful side of a place we have both see more then once... Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Naku
Brilliant. It gives you an entirely new outlook on Sea World and other marine parks, and makes you think TWICE about visiting them. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Katrina L. Lefay
As a lifelong supporter, and former emplyoyee, this was a game changer and eye opening documentaryPublished 4 days ago by Jody L. Marsh-coleman
Everyone should watch this documentary. If you've ever visited an aquarium, ever thinking of it, or just because you're a human being. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Sibel Hodge
A movie that will change the choices you make and parks and zoos you support. I learned a whole lot about killer whales and am grateful to Kim Ashdown for taking the time to make... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Paul Vanderford
Lovely documentary about the truth of SeaWorld Parks. If you haven't seen the Cove, I'd recommend it as well. That's the movie that woke me up to all of this in the first place.Published 8 days ago by Rebecca Ballard
This is very eye opening. They took a series of past events for evidence that keeping orcas in captivity doesn't work. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Ashley Schoneweis