Jago: A Life Underwater

2015

Documentary

10
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 670

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Reviewed by mohitvdya 8 / 10

better than BLIE PLANET 2

Honestly this title says it correct. when planet earth was released i was azed by its cinematography...absolutely splendid. (those who have seen it, knows what kind of stuff am talking about) then Blue planet 2 released in cinemas and i was hoping for that breathtaking work...but honestly it was not up to the mark as it was marketed. (its really good but you know something is missing in it).

now getting back to the JAGO ..this movie is promising both visually and with story too. This is not avengers movie or a big budget hollywood blockbuster ..it deals with real men..real stories...with not so vfx that oomph you. however, movie offers you awesome cinematic shots (some of them are really not seen so far in ocean based movies) . Summing up - this is simple and visually pleasing movie.

Reviewed by casper-56162 7 / 10

Movie completed with passion and a sense of realism, similar soundtrack to Interstellar.

Excellent movie, made with passion. Realistic and complete. There is one thing I noticed though. At roughly the 18 minute 15 second mark, whilst he is spearfishing underwater, there is a piece of soft, intriguing music played in the background. I believe this song is greatly influenced by Hand Zimmer's "Cornfield Chase" from Interstellar (2014). Although I am not sure who wrote the music for this movie, and if this particular piece was written before Hand Zimmer's work, it was something I very clearly noticed.

Reviewed by The Couchpotatoes 6 / 10

Indonesian underwater sealife

Jago: A Life Underwater isn't bad as a documentary but I was expecting more underwater scenes and lesser taking about Jago, the eighty yeear old fisherman. Not that it is not interesting to watch but I'd rather watch all kinds of fishes and underwater creatures than a not that good looking old guy talking about his life. I was just not expecting that. But it's all well shot, with some spectacular images, so for that it's certainly worth a watch. But there are much better documentaries about underwater life. In this one it is interesting to watch what's happening underwater in the Togian Islands of Indonesia but like I said it could have used more diversity of sealife instead of divers and fishermen.

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