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Submerged (2000)

R | | Action | 24 October 2000 (USA)
Navy SEALs launch a rescue mission after terrorists plunge a jet carrying a missile-launching computer into the sea.

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Jeff Cort
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Agent Jim Carpenter
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Agent Mack Taylor
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Tiffany Stevens
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Richard Layton (as Fredric Lane)
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Buck Stevens
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Dr. Kevin Thomas
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Captain Masters
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Owen Cantrell
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Dr. Frank Ewing
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Agent Wendy Robbins
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Cindy Kenner
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Sam
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Judy Campbell
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Doctor Winslow (as Michael Buchman Silver)
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Navy SEALs launch a rescue mission after terrorists plunge a jet carrying a missile-launching computer into the sea.

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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Destination: Impact  »

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Trivia

The underwater scenes showing the lift bags being attached to the plane are the exact same scenes used in Airport '77, which also dealt with a submerged plane. See more »

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The tail logo changes from the one seen at takeoff to the one seen when the plane crashes. Probably due to using Airport '77 footage. Interestingly enough, both movies use Stevens as the bigwig who has the bucks for the plane. See more »

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Edited from Airport '77 (1977) See more »

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Edge Of Midnight
Written and Performed by David Wurst
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It's more Crapmerged...
1 December 2003 | by See all my reviews

Okay, I just had to sound off on this one... Like a tremendous mental-gimp, I've just sat through this film in its entirety.

You'll note that the trivia section of IMDB points out that portions of the raising of the 747 were "borrowed" from Airport 1977. This really doesn't scratch the surface... Virtually all exterior shots of the plane skimming the ocean, landing in, sinking, and even the at-rest shots are borrowed from Airport '77. All of the "raising" shots are pulled from '77, including most of the interior flooding clips, with the exception of Dennis Weaver's drowning. I couldn't help but wonder if Olivia Dehavilland might come floating by at any moment, or maybe a "dead" Tom Sullivan. Another eye-roller: Dennis Weaver's name in this film is Stevens, which is to compensate for the fact that Airport '77's plane is owned by the Stevens Corporation (headed by Jimmie Stewart of course).

This is a veritable calvalcade of actors who don't work much, or at least haven't worked in a while, which might have been the first clue that it was going to be a real stinker.

I've rated this film a 2 - It's quite worthy of a "1", but if this film can't offer any other redeeming quality, at least somebody helped Coolio, Max Caulfield, Nicolle Eggert, and Dennis Weaver make their car payments that month!


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