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Pre-show video that plays before Universal Orlando's Revenge Of The Mummy Ride documents the strange going-ons on the set of The Mummy films as the cast and crew discuss whether or not the curse is real.
When a band of ruthless hijackers invade the world's most luxurious cruise ship, they're shocked to discover the passengers have mysteriously vanished! But that doesn't mean they are alone! Something terrifying is lurking just out of sight: a deadly force from the unexplored depths of the ocean that begins to snatch the horrified intruders one by one! Written by
Greg Kleiner <LtJGBrewer@aol.com>
In the original script, John Finnegan's catchphrase was "what now?" In the film it was changed to "now what?" See more »
Orchestating a sabotage as depicted in the movie is not possible, as modern ships have several on-board computers to prevent, precisely, the case of one of them going offline to cause the whole liner go blind. Furthermore, Maritime law requires every vital of the ship - particularly communications - to have officers on guard at all times, and although Canton owns the ship, he is still a civilian and would not have unlimited access to it. See more »
[Hanover's thugs are beating up Pantucci, Finnegan seems indifferent]
Well, don't just sit there, go help him!
Are you kiddin' me? Those guys are dangerous!
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Deep Rising is a guilty pleasure of mine. It's one of those films I rented on a whim and and simply fell in love with.
Is it a great film? No.
Does it have a great script? Not really, and it's downright silly in parts.
Does it have great acting? Eh, there's been better...
But the effects are good, the characters are likable, the creature is neat, and somehow it all comes comes together to make an enjoyable B schlock horror/comedy that, in my case anyway, leaves me with a big smile on my face.
Oh and as an added bonus, Famke Janssen is simply lovely in this film. Rent it on a rainy day and you won't be disappointed.
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