Underwater ★★★½

An utterly claustrophobic film, Kristen Stewart plays Norah, a shaken, but assured mechanical engineer, trying to navigate her crew out of the depths of the sea after their station is torn apart, by what they think is an earthquake. Obviously it's established early on, that it isn't.

The film has a way of pushing in on the actors faces, frequently putting the audience in their literal headspace. Their isolation, their limited vision. It's established again and again, what could happen to them. The many ways their location is dangerous. And that's before it introduces what actually caused the breach.

And it's entertaining consistently throughout with Kristen Stewart as a solid, compelling lead.