Deepwater Horizon

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Deepwater Horizon

Mark Wahlberg leads an all-star cast in this unforgettably powerful film inspired by a thrilling story of real-life heroes. For the one hundred and twenty-six people aboard the Deepwater Horizon offshore oil rig, April 20, 2010, began like any normal day. Before day’s end, the world would bear witness to one of the greatest man-made disasters in U.S. history. Deepwater Horizon reveals the brave acts of the men and women who rose to the challenge—and risked everything to lead others to safety.

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31 COMMENTS

  1. Mark Wahlberg is one of the greatest actors ever. He made this movie feel 100% real. Had to be one of my favorite actors of all time. Good job mark!

  2. the trailer was powerful, the movie was moving, the ending was heartbreaking. what a roller coaster of emotions man. prayers up for all those who lost their lives.

  3. You can watch news reports about the spill at my channel.
    The playlist is 'British Petroleum Deepwater Horizon'.

  4. Now make a movie from the wild life's perspective.
    Despicable, irresponsible work of psychopaths, who sit safely onshore counting minutes like dimes and days like dollars.

  5. Remember the effect this had on the people who lived down there?
    Victims, all.
    One gentleman went out in his boat the next day, surveyed the obscene pillage done to his world, shot himself dead right there in his boat.
    There is a book, 'Not One Drop' about the Exxon-Valdez disaster up north.
    I highly reccomend it.
    In the final chapters there are real solutions offered.
    The only control we citizens have is as consumers and voters.
    The definition of crazy is to do the same thing over & over again, expecting different results.
    Imo exactly what we're doing when we vote.
    Bernie is looking good, but that's to keep those who might otherwise Pay Attention in the game.
    He won't get there.
    It's a game, it's FAKE, the 'winner's already decided.

  6. Tony Hayward was completely doped up during his testimony.
    He's the guy who said he 'wished he was out sailing' instead of having to deal with the mess his company caused (he was CEO at the time).
    When he was shown a picture of the oil-soaked pelican by a member of govt he laughed.
    The rig was/is the business interest of Britain, not the U.S.
    This makes their 'ownership' of the Coastguard and the rules they set (no one allowed within 60 feet of wildlife, no one near any clean up areas onshore, dumping corexit into the ocean, disposing of wildlife at night) a callous display of entitlement and disregard, an in-your-face flaunting of power that showed us all who REALLY runs this country.
    I remember Obama on the beach down there…talking to an older couple.
    Know what he said?
    'There's nothing I can do.'
    Basically BP agreed to put money in a trust for victims and I doubt the victims saw much of it.

  7. 'ARE YOU FUCKING HAPPY?
    ARE YOU FUCKING HAPPY?
    The RIG'S ON FIRE!
    I TOLD you this was gonna happen!'

    Deepwater Horizon installation manager JIMMY HARRELL on a satellite phone call to Houston as the rig was exploding.

    (from Time or Newsweek…can't remember which. I have it laminated hangs on my wall as a reminder of the hazards of putting profits before all else)

  8. Who makes movies and glamorizes this, absolutely disgusting. I was working in the Permian Basin when this happened. This was a horror story in real life.

  9. Best video I have ever watched on TV and YouTube God bless the brave who gave all that night 🙏🙏

  10. And "Everybody take a knee" and the Lord's Prayer at 1:30:59 got me right in the feels. He really tried to look after his men, IMO.

  11. I know a guy that was on that rig. He's a crane operator. he jumped in the water and hit a barrel and broke damn near every bone in his body

  12. This is a really good movie.. too bad the np supervisors bought their way out with money.

  13. Great film, great cast, tragic story.
    Kurt Russell…Ethan Suplee….and of course, John Malkovich. He nailed his role so well, he made me hate him!

  14. https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=2010+bp+oil+spill+in+the+gulf+of+mexico– This tells of the coverup BP did when they had to clean the oil up. Many people got sick from Corexit, an oil dispersant. It was the biggest oil disaster in our history. Valdrtine (Malkovich) got off without jail but he died in 2017. I hope he rots in Hell.

  15. money. Money..money the money is more important thhen the rig it self and the people who work on it this is what people have to deal with

  16. Another disaster we can never forget the men who died. God Bless the wives, sons and daughters.

  17. Great acting… man when whalburg is on top of the rig with adrian.. powerful scene. Good job markie mark

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