THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS, though I do my best to not include any. Please keep that in mind if you haven’t watched it yet.
Summary: When a young girl stows away on the ship of a legendary sea monster hunter, they launch an epic journey into uncharted waters – and make history to boot.
Title: The Sea Beast
Runtime: 1 Hour 55 Minutes
Cast: Karl Urban, Zaris-Angel Hator, Jared Harris, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Xana Tang, Brain T. Delaney, Shannon Chan-Kent, Ian Mercer, Paul Chowdhry, Jim Carter, Doon Mackichan, Max Mittelman and Dan Stevens.
Director: Chris Williams
Writers: Chris Williams, Nell Benjamin, Mattson Tomlin and Sam Stratton
The hunters take to the sea to slay all the evil beasts that lurk within the sea. A young orphan who comes from a line of hunters takes to their ship and causes some chaos, then the soon to be captain and her are separated from the ship. They soon discover that maybe all isn’t what was said it truly was.
This was really fun, it was a bit dark and scary in places, which I hadn’t expected. I loved Maisie she was such an incredible protagonist. I really enjoyed all the action within this movie. Some of the themes were cruel and mean but it did have heart too.
The language was interesting as due to them being hunters, it was all broken English but as they were pirates then it made sense but still unusual to hear in a movie. It did get a little annoying in places but still it’s accurate to who the characters were.
I really liked this movie the world building, character progressions were amazing and the beautiful creatures were animated so stunningly. You could see elements of Moana in which it does say made by the animators of it, so it makes sense.
This is a really unique movie, has so much to tell and so much to learn and to love. I highly recommend it, but I’d advise older children only as it does have some darker elements and scary scenes.