Into the Blue 2: The Reef
Two young scuba divers, Sebastion (Chris Carmack; “The O.C.”) and his girlfriend Dani (Laura Vandervoort; The Lookout, “Smallville”), run a small scuba business in Hawaii and often look for sunken treasure that would allow them to live on any beach in the world for the rest of their lives. After years of searching, they begin to think of the treasure as nothing more than wet sand until they meet a wealthy vacationing couple – Azra (Marsha Thomason; “Lost,” “Las Vegas”) and Carlton (David Anders; “Heroes,” “Alias”) – who are willing to invest in the legend.
Azra and Carlton generously share their opulent lifestyle with the beach couple, who in turn introduce them to Hawaii’s best diving and nightlife. However, when Dani and Sebastion turn up relics that may be from the treasure, the barnacle-covered gold also uncovers the truth about their new friends. As Dani and Sebastion dive deeper into the ocean and further into their lies, they discover there’s more to fear in the water than sharks and sting rays—and the most dangerous creatures of all may be the ones they brought with them on the boat.
The Into The Blue 2: The Reef DVD is presented in widescreen with English Dolby Surround 5.1 sound. Bonus content includes:
- “All Wet” Featurette
- “Run For Your Life” Featurette
- “Back To The Beach” Music Video
Although slim on the plotting side, there are plenty of slick action scenes, accompanied by some gorgeous visuals of underwater diving sequences as well as a good-looking cast, that makes this movie watch-worthy. The acting is average, but there are enough gratuitous scenes involving scantily-clad/topless female characters that's certain to keep a section of the audience glued to their seats.
Overall, I generally liked watching Into The Blue 2: The Reef, even though it's nothing spectacular.
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