Over one hundred years ago, a cataclysmic chain of events plummeted the earth into the dark ages which destroyed most of civilization, and the remaining few survivors attempt to change the course of events that led to the destruction.

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Jack Harris
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Dr. Eric Levine
Miranda Wolfe ...
Ariel Brin
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Captain Noah Brin
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Dr. Michele Ang (as Gloria Mari)
Victor Eschbach ...
Hammad Basim
JD Roberto ...
Raoul
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Hawks (as Greg Fawcett)
William Knight ...
Admiral Hayes
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Bartender (as Danny Parker)
Brien DiRito ...
Nautilis Lieutenant (as Brien Di Rito)
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Nautilus Crewman #1
Raul Subia ...
Bad Ass
Jordan Wolfe ...
Prostitute
Frank Uzzolino ...
New Jersey Hood (as Frank Uzzalino)
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Over one hundred years ago, a cataclysmic chain of events plummeted the earth into the dark ages which destroyed most of civilization, and the remaining few survivors attempt to change the course of events that led to the destruction.

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Action | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for violence and brief language | See all certifications »
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18 April 2000 (Germany)  »

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Naftilos  »

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Interesting, but dull
2 August 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I first watched Nautilus a month ago, and I must say it was OK for a film that the sci-fi channel would probably air on TV constantly. The film is basically a time-travelling film (similar to Back to the Future) that involves saving the world from a untimely destructive event using a futuristic submarine. Richard Norton was OK in terms of acting, but overall all the characters were uninteresting and completely lacking in any depth. However, I thought that the whole concept of time travel in this film was interesting, but it unfortunately fails to achieve an amazing result, and in the end the plot was boring.

I did however enjoy some elements of the film. The time-travelling submarine (probably called Nautilus) was quite interesting to look at (the CGI was quite good), and it gave the film a Jules Verne / 20'000 Leagues Under The Sea element, which I quite enjoyed. Sadly, the underwater craft is only seen in the film several times, and that disappointed me greatly. Overall, Nautilus is a sci-fi film that was interesting at first, but it became dull later on. I just wished they focused more on the submarine than fighting spies or the constant chatter about rubbish...


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