Some unknown maniac is threatening a navigation company to blow up one of its luxury transatlantics, the "Britannic", now in high sea with 1200 passengers. He is asking for a £500,000 ransom, otherwise the 7 bombs aboard will explode. An experienced anti-bomb squad is sent to the "Britannic", but although all the bombs are located, a very high skill level will be necessary to dismantle them. Perhaps that task is impossible... Written by
Luis Carvacho <email@example.com>
He feels the full fury of Juggernaut! [David Hemmings]
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Did You Know?
The office used for the scenes involving the managing director of the shipping line was actually a room in St Thomas' Hospital in Lambeth, overlooking the River Thames. See more
On one of its fly pasts, the Hercules aircraft carrying the bomb disposal team has its rear tail door in the fully open position, yet the next scene is of the rear door being opened. See more
[Fallon and Braddock are trying to disable two of the bombs. Braddock's hand slips while turning a screw
I don't even know the man and he's trying to kill me.
Lt. Cmdr. Anthony Fallon
Haven't I told you about death? It's nature's way of saying you're in the wrong job.
Referenced in Bad Movie Beatdown: Meteor
Auld Lang Syne
Traditional Scottish 17th century music
Lyrics by Robert Burns
Played by a band when the Britannic is leaving port See more