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Into the Blue 2: The Reef

3.0 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews

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Ride the wave of extreme ocean adventure as Into the Blue 2: The Reef tells the white-knuckle tale of scuba divers Sebastion (Chris Carmack) and Dani (Laura Vandervoort), a sexy couple thrown into precarious waters when they are promised big money in exchange for leading dives along a treacherous Hawaiian reef. At the hands of dubious clients, the young couple is plunged into danger and an ultimate test of their diving skills, as well as their love, strength --and will to live.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Chris Carmack, Laura Vandervoort
  • Directors: Stephen Herek
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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    Not Rated
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: April 21, 2009
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001RP974M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,503 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Into the Blue 2: The Reef" on IMDb

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By Kyle Mallory on April 15, 2009
Format: DVD
First of all, it's been a while since I've seen the first, so I'm
judging this based on this movie alone. Over all, this is a decent
movie. The acting is decent by most of the cast and it seems to be well
cast. The storyline is surprisingly good. It's easy to follow and after
the first 30 minutes it will keep you watching. But you have to give it
those 30 minutes to get into it.

No, contrary to popular belief Audrina does not have a big part in the
movie. She's on screen all of 5 minutes (and that's generous). I have
no idea how that rumor came about.

If you want a movie just to watch to kill time, this is that movie. It
won't wow you but it will keep you entertained as the story really is a
good one. I was surprised that it was as good as it is.
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It was a great movie over all and a terrific thriller which is what I most enjoy. The story moved well and I was not really bored.I thought that Marsha Thomason did well to portray a sinister woman--soemthing that I grew up--great actors. I believe that she is under rated and ready for more challenging roles. I could have done without the volleyball scences but other than that it was a good movie. It was also nice to see them end up with the treasure in the end.

I had viewed part one some time ago and viewing part 2 at home seemed a good idea.
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this is mostly shot on dry land or over the water. there are lots of scenic shots of Honolulu. The underwater shots were cloudy, too much pollution. I2B 1 was much much better for underwater shots. This sequel has lots more TnA than the first, with scenic bathing suits and girls gettin jiggly in a sand volleyball competition. there are lots of girls in this one where the first was mostly jess showing off her booty. story is super cheese level around t.v. show quality
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ok lets be honest, anyone who watched the first and still felt the need to watch the second didn't do it for the story or the acting. They watched it for the beautiful scenery and of course the "beautiful scenery". Anyone who loved how sexy the first one was will get their eye candy and then some. Not worth buying the dvd but if it comes out on blu ray I'll definitely consider it.
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The story is about two divers played by Chris Carmack and Laura Vandervoort who love to explore hidden treasures at a bottom of a local reef. One day after a day of exploring they are approached by a couple played by David Anders and Marsha Thomason. They tell the young divers that they want to hire them to explore the reef and find a rare artifact about Columbus' hidden treasure that is reported at the bottom of the reef.

Next day the four dive to the bottom of the reef and of coarse after a whole day of diving they find nothing. A few more days past and the two hired divers found out that they a part of a major deadly plot in which they can't escape otherwise they will be killed. They were hired to find two big containers. One contains a nuclear reactor and the other contains a core.

The movie also has a back story about another person (brother of the lead character) trying to patch things up with his girlfriend, I reckon this part of the story was a waste of time, this also includes a very steamy sex scene between the couple which to me is a complete waste and wasn't needed to be shown.

However apart from that, this movie does have some good underwater photography and the colors blend in well which is why it receives 4 stars. Into The Blue 2 is a sequel only by name. None of the original actors or characters return
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One of the few times I can recall where a budget sequel was actually better than the original. Or original reboot as it were.

I suspect in part because I have a greater affinity toward Laura Vandervoort than Jessica Alba. Both are very beautiful actresses and talented performers, but Laura has that intangible quality about her - a knowing innocence. Like the artists of the golden age who had to quietly exude sexuality without any censor catching on; to playfully toy without an overtly suggesting. It's a very rare skill nowadays where it's just too easy to reveal or grope various body parts. Skillful coyness is not a talent many still possess today - she's one of the few.

The story is also improved from the first reboot, enhancing the original plot and giving it a different kind of energy, which I appreciated. Having already done the drug dealer thing, it's usually best to try and seek your own path; discover your own direction to achieve the best results.

Plot Outline: Dani, Sebastian and Mace have spent the last few years searching for a legendary Spanish galleon, The San Cristobal, that went down in a storm off the coast of the Hawaiian Island of O'ahu. After four centuries, most believe the tale to be just that - a tale, a fanciful legend that allows tour operators to solicit business from vacationing tourists. But one has to make a living while searching, so they also do the diving tours thing and hunt for the galleon in their spare time. While not a spectacular life, it's one that they've settled into.

Until one day a mysterious couple hires the team to search for the legendary lost ship and her treasure. Seeing it as a way to hit two birds with one stone, they agree to take them to the historical dive spots.
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