Films that take place on Ship's have a special place in Cinema. Take Titanic, Jaws, King Kong, etc. All of these movies have one thing in common: character development. As the stories of these films progressed you cared about the characters and were invested in them. Now take "In The Heart Of The Sea". I overall enjoyed it, but it lacked the development of it's Main characters. I didn't feel much for Chris Hemsworth and Tom Holland's characters because the movie didn't take the time to give us something to care about. Nevertheless, I enjoyed this movie. The two main leads Chris Hemsworth and Tom Holland deliver really good performances despite not really caring about their characters. Rounding out the cast is Cillian Murphy, and Ben Whishaw. Overall, the entire cast did a really good job. I believed that they were stranded at Sea and were suffering mentally. Director Ron Howard also did a great job with the special effects. I was expecting the CGI to be distracting. All it did was add to the experience. As for the overall story, it was fine. Nothing special. It did the job. As for my negatives it goes back to the story. It felt kind of underwhelming. This is a movie that you watch at night on HBO when your bored. It's a good time, but nothing spectacular.