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The crew of an experimental underwater nuclear base are forced to struggle for their lives when their explorations disturb a creature who threatens to destroy their base. Written by
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Richardson performs electric arc welding outside of the station, at the bottom of the ocean, several thousand meters deep. At present, underwater welding is not technically possible deeper than approx. 1000 meters (3300 feet) underwater. See more »
[His last lines]
I don't see anything... wait a minute...
[On seeing the creature]
Holy shit... I DON'T FUCKING BELIEVE IT... LOOK AT THE FUCKING SIZE OF THAT THING OH MY GOD... GOD
John 'Johnny' Hodges:
[His last lines]
Shut up and get the hell out of here... GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE
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I don't see why people keep on trashing this movie which has no more shortcomings or implausability than most blockbusters.
Maybe because, as everybody seems to think, everything that has no big stars and isn't the latest multi-billion brainless disaster can't be good ? This one is more disaster movie than monster movie, since the giant crab is only one amongst many problems the survivors has to face. Nothing great, nothing to lose sleep over, just cheesy B fun. So why all this hate when "Leviathan" was a bigger-budgeted but even more stupid and derivative heap of ....
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