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Blackfish uploaded by Krista c.



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4.73 / 5 based on 63 Reviews

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Killer whales are beloved, majestic, friendly giants, yet infamous for their capacity to kill viciously. Blackfish unravels the complexities of this dichotomy, employing the story of the notorious performing whale Tilikum, who — unlike any orca in the wild — has taken the lives of several people while in captivity. Blackfish expands on the discussion of keeping such intelligent creatures in captivity.

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  • "This documentary was really interesting, and I found it to be very informative on the nature of Sea World and how they mistreat their aquatic animals." in 20 reviews
Aimee M.
Daytona Beach, FL
143 reviews
I enjoyed the movie because of all the old footage you got to see and the story behind how they got the orca's originally. I do how ever think everyone watching this documentary do research afterward on the people in this film because a lot of them have said that their stories and words were twisted among other things they found wrong with the film.
Vanessa E.
Lemoore, CA
86 reviews
This is a powerful documentary. If you plan to watch this make sure you also plan on a box of tissues. The treatment of these beautiful animals at Sea World is sickening. Sea World and similar aquarium attractions need to be SHUT down,
Casey H.
Knoxville, TN
16 reviews
This really made me feel terrible about ever going to seaworld! it's a very honest look into the practices of whale captivity. this movie is what made me become a vegetarian. not that i was eating whales before, just to clarify.
mayra H.
Royal Plm Bch, FL
265 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 3
This film really made me see Sea World differently. I've watched it at least five times. And Sea World was my favorite theme park! But the way these whales are living in such small areas is just heart breaking. Must watch.
Amanda P.
Coventry, RI
98 reviews
This documentary was really interesting, and I found it to be very informative on the nature of Sea World and how they mistreat their aquatic animals. It was great to watch, but the subject is saddening (yet eye-opening)!
Janet D.
Old Orchd Bch, ME
119 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 3
This documentary is shocking, disturbing. SeaWorld is an absolute disgrace and this documentary shows just how awful they treat the beautiful whales. Boycott SeaWorld!
This movie brings you inside the world of seaworld's orca whales. You truly feel bad for these giant Whales who are trapped inside small cages. It is an amazing movie and you learn a lot from watching it! I watched it for free on netflix. Highly recommend.
Esmeralda E.
28 reviews
This documentary is very eye opening and very informative, my heart broke and I cried at some parts. For those who say that this is false representing seaworld, seriously? No animal deserves to be locked up to be deprived of food just to do stupid tricks.
crystal g.
San Antonio, TX
79 reviews
Wow this documentary was an eye opener i really enjoyed going to sea world when i was a child but never knew of all the behind the scenes and how these animals suffer ! i don't think i will be visiting sea world ever again after watching this
Erica G.
vallejo, ca
56 reviews
Black fish has opened my eyes to a whole new light. this movie is very enlightening and very, very sad. it helps you understand the animals better and will make you hate all amusement parks that keep these animals captive for entertainment.
Jess M.
Flower Mound
21 reviews
Does anyone know how accurate this documentary is?
Krista c.
Philadelphia, PA
320 reviews
Anyone else hear that parts of this were fabricated? If so, what parts?

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