In the Heart of the Sea HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code (VUDU)

In the Heart of the Sea HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code (VUDU)
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In the Heart of the Sea HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code (VUDU)

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In the Heart of the Sea Digital Ultraviolet UV Code

Ron Howard may have found himself a golden-haired, steel-jawed muse in Chris Hemsworth because his two films with the actor have pushed way beyond his usual comfort zone. In the Heart of the Sea is a thrilling, sea-faring whale of an adventure that, like Rush before it, shows a level of technical mastery beyond what we normally see out of the workmanlike Howard. And with Hemsworth literally manning the helm the film takes the shape of a grand, deep sea epic with visuals so impressive they may leave audiences waterlogged.

Herman Melville's whaling classic Moby Dick was inspired by In the Heart of the Sea's mostly-true story, an account of the doomed vessel Essex which ran into one whale that refused to be turned into candle wax. Melville himself appears in the framing sequences, played by Ben Whishaw, who arrives in Nantucket to interview drunken former sailor Tom Nickerson (Brendan Gleeson) about his traumatic experience on the Essex years ago as a fresh-faced kid (Tom Holland). Nickerson is reluctant to relive the horrors of three decades past, but encouraged by his wife (Michelle Fairley) and the need for some cash, he gives in and the tale is told mostly in flashback.

It's clear right away why Tom doesn't want to revisit that plagued 1820 voyage, as it was cursed before it ever left dock. Hemsworth plays stalwart seaman Owen Chase, whose promise of captaining the Essex is waylaid by the arrival of the untested George Pollard (Benjamin Walker), who gets the job because of his family legacy. Chase is considered a "landsman", meaning that he can't boast a similar lineage, and despite being passed over he agrees to be the ship's first mate with the promise he'll get a ship to captain upon returning with barrels full of whale oil.