We just saw Oceans and enjoyed the images immensely. However, as a diver, and having seen the human impact on our oceans first-hand, I don't think this movie went far enough with its message. When there were scenes that were a little disturbing for my son, the film did not explain what was happening, or why. "Why are the birds eating the baby turtles?" The answer was left for me, the mom, to answer. However, there were several scenes showing the beautiful lionfish, but no mention that they have invaded the Caribbean and are destroying life on its coral reefs. I am a teacher, and an amateur marine naturalist, and I think that this, and many other moments in the film were missed opportunities to teach some important lessons. Yes, we see garbage floating in the ocean, but what about telling and showing how big that floating garbage thing really is -- hundreds of miles!!!!! So, while I really loved the movie and how amazing the images were, I still feel it had too many missed opportunities to teach important lessons. Jacques Cousteau always explained "why" in his films. I think this film was missing that important element.