• Leaving the few stretched on ground moments, the entire film is a nature versus man thriller, where courage wins over all odds. Go for this one if you loved the ‘The Perfect Storm’, this one will take you back on that dreaded journey to the sea. As Miriam puts it in the film, “It’s not the water that scares me but what lies beneath it.”

  • Shalini Langer
    Shalini Langer
    Indian Express


    Chris Pine as the anchor of that boat and hence this film is an effective choice, a good-looking, clean all-American hero with the shiny eyes one can’t ignore.

  • Enjoy movies about daring rescues? Go watch this…

  • There’s nothing like faulty human beings rising to the occasion when the chips are down, to warm the cockles of your heart. The overall experience here is one of affected awe and that’s more than we get from big-budget spectacles!

  • Sreeju Sudhakaran
    Sreeju Sudhakaran
    Bollywood Life


    TFH is still a compelling disaster drama that will certainly not feel like two hours wasted, especially when things get going. If disaster flicks are your thing, this is certainly recommended, but not in 3D though!

  • The Finest Hours is all about action, suspense and tension – it rarely lets its audience down on any of those accounts. But it’s still a strictly procedural film and doesn’t exactly break new ground.

    But it’s at least 10 times more fun than Ron Howard’s recent high seas drama – In the Heart of the Sea.