Into the Blue

Theatrical Release: September 30, 2005
Into the Blue


In an action adventure set in the gorgeous Caribbean with blue skies, turquoise water and white-sand beaches, Jared (Paul Walker) and the love of his life, Sam (Jessica Alba), dive and swim in the beautiful underwater world among the sharks, knowing which ones to avoid. Jared is struggling to make a living diving and dreams of exploring the ocean floor where a legendary pirate ship lies. One day, he and Sam spot the remains of a crashed plane, and he excitedly calls his brother, Bryce (Scott Caan), hoping he can finance the plane’s retrieval. Bryce, a sleazy lawyer, has squandered any money he ever had on gambling and women. He brings along his girl friend of 14 hours, Amanda (Ashley Scott). The four embark on a dangerous adventure, swimming among the sharks of the sordid drug world, and they will do anything to stop Jared from confiscating cocaine worth millions in the crashed airplane.

Dove Review

Sunken treasure is going to be a theme this year. Unfortunately, this film’s only purpose seems to be to show Jessica Alba in a tight bikini. With shootings, harpoonings and bloody shark attacks, there is way too much violence in this film for families to enjoy together

Our recommendation is that you rent “Pirates of the Caribbean” again and let this movie fade to black.

Content Description

Sex: Plenty of heavy kissing, suggestive dancing in nigh club.
Language: F 1, GD 2, JC 1, H 1, A 1
Violence: Many shootings with guns and harpoons, bloody shark atacks, dead man's hand cut off.
Drugs: Drinking, smoking cigar, hundreds of kilos of Cocaine found.
Nudity: Topless sun bather - breasts shown, skimpy swim suites revealing woman's butt cheeks.
Occult: none


Company: Columbia Tri-Star Pictures
Writer: Matt Johnson
Director: John Stockwell
Genre: Action
Runtime: 110 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe