Director: Peter Berg
Mark Wahlberg...Mike Williams
Kurt Russell...Jimmy Harrell
Douglas M. Griffin...Landry
Gina Rodriguez...Andrea Fleytas
J.D. Evermore...Dewey A. Revette
Ethan Suplee...Jason Anderson
Dylan O'Brien...Caleb Holloway
Runtime: 1 hour and 47 minutes
Genre: Action, Drama, Thriller
Rated: PG-13 for some language, violence, some serious injuries, and real life dangerous situations
First Half-A bit informative. It explains a lot about what the workers do in the Deepwater Horizon and how it works. It is a bit slow at first, but there is a lot of foreshadowing on what is going to happen later on.
Second half-The action and suspense took a bit (Like half the movie) but once you see it, you won't regret sitting through the movie waiting for the disaster to happen. The CGI on the Horizon exploding and most of the flames didn't look bad at all, it looked slightly real and scary yet beautiful to look at.
The music: Adds to the suspense and foreshadowing which is good. When the horizon is about to blow and the oil is leaking, the music starts of slow until it beats into a faster pace.
The cast: Not bad. Mark Wahlberg although i do wish he had more serious lines, but otherwise ok.
For anyone who likes disaster and real life situations along with some of the cast.