Picks and Pans Review: Dive to the Edge of Creation
Real life can make Hollywood's best effects seem not so special. During a National Geographic expedition off Ecuador, strange life forms showed up 8,000 feet beneath the ocean's surface. No, not Jacques Cousteau. These films show bright red worms in three-foot-long white casings and relatives of men-of-war that look like dandelions, among other deep-water dillies.