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IMDb Review 1:
I saw this documentary at the Sundance film festival London. I
travelled down from Manchester as i could not wait for the Uk cinema
release. After Seeing The Cove in 2009 after swimming with Captive
Dolphins myself in 2006 to get over a family bereavement x 2. I never
knew what dolphins did in captivity - just that it was one of the
things i wanted to do before i die. After seeing them entertain people
again & again, eat dead fish & float in a small tank all day i needed
to see the pain Orcas go through. I'm glad Blackfish has been made. YOU
need to see this film if you love mammals & any other intelligent
animal in captivity...My eyes were opened at The Cove....if this
doesn't then you are very selfish....Money is defo the Rule of all
Evil. I will be taking all my friends & family to see this. After 5
days I am still thinking about it & can't believe these parks are still
IMDb Review 2:
Let's go to the theme park to see the Orcas. Playful, interacting with
their trainers who swim with them carefree it is a guaranteed spectacle
and fun time.
Do we ever consider, that these intelligent creatures spent a lifetime
enclosed in a large bathtub so that we can be entertained? Imagine
going to see a show of children ballerinas knowing that those children
spent their entire lives locked up in a room when not performing. Would
anyone stand for this? Surely not, I would hope.
This riveting and didactic documentary explores the owner's attitudes
when occasionally those animals flip out and act in an aggressive way.
It is always the trainers fault, or the bad manners of the animals. In
fact, it appears that those who run those theme parks have gone out of
their way to hide the truth which is those who work with killer whales
are in great risk.
The death of a long-time and renowned trainer brought the issue to the
surface where enquiries had to be made.
We might be better informed about the risks involved but the rather lax
legislature regarding animal rights allows these companies to still
operate and oppress animals in an inhuman way.
Well made and runs high on emotion, it will make the viewer contemplate
on the scale of human tyrannism.
IMDb Review 3:
Greetings again from the darkness. Dogs, cats, fish, birds, hamsters,
ferrets, snakes, and even pigs. We love our pets. We also love our
zoos, city aquariums and SeaWorld parks. For many years, we have chosen
to believe that the research and educational advances that come from
these outlets outweigh any of the negatives involved with keeping wild
animals in captivity. Filmmaker Gabriela Cowperthwaite shows us (by
focusing on SeaWorld) that it's way past time for us to open our eyes
to the cruelty involved with the capture and training of wild animals
for entertainment purpose.
The points made here are not speculation. We witness numerous
interviews with "former" SeaWorld trainers. It's clear these people
thought they had a bond with their co-performers. Most never even
mention the term "killer whale" ... the common moniker for the majestic
creatures better known as Orcas. The interviews have great impact, and
when combined with startling TV news clips and footage from audience
members, it becomes obvious that the huge profits and entertainment
offered to families, are quite frankly generated by an immoral and
inexcusable business model.
Most of the story is tied together by the 2010 death of super-trainer
Dawn Brancheau by Tilikum, the largest Orca in the SeaWorld group. What
we soon learn is that Tilikum was captured in Iceland waters at the age
of three, and has since had many incidents resulting in injuries and
even three deaths. It's also stated that Tilikum is the head of the
family tree for the majority of SeaWorld's performing Orcas.
Of course, no one can or should blame these incredibly intelligent and
emotional and family-oriented creatures. Everything about their
existence goes against their natural habitat and way of life. The real
issue is ... just because we CAN capture and train these animals, does
that mean we SHOULD? If the focus is profits, then the answer is
apparently yes. If instead, the focus is respecting nature and valuing
other species, then the answer is much different.
The Cove and Project Nim are two other documentaries that come to mind
when thinking about filmmakers attempting to expose the danger in
training wild animals. Watching this story had me hanging my head like
the fisherman from the 1970's as he helped capture a young whale, as
the family members swam nearby crying and screeching. Let's hope
director Cowperthwaite's screams are heard. See this film before
deciding to visit another SeaWorld (who couldn't be bothered to comment
on camera). There are better ways to teach your kids about nature and
there are certainly less cruel forms of entertainment.