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Submarines (2003)

R | | Action | Video 2003
Having seized a Soviet nuclear submarine, the terrorist group's general Sajid Khan sail to the coasts of California decided to raze Los Angeles with a rain of nuclear missiles. American ... See full summary »

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Harrison
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Sajid Kahn
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Arlington
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Lieutenant Heather Mitchell
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Owens
Stefan Shterev ...
Zhukov
Atanas Srebrev ...
Thompson
David Douglas ...
Grand
Tim Douglas ...
Toledo
Anton Georgiev ...
Talbot
Chris Salazar ...
Briggs
Charles Bywaters ...
Barret
George Stanchev ...
Simms
Miroslav Kosev ...
Russian Captain
Vladimir Kolev ...
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Having seized a Soviet nuclear submarine, the terrorist group's general Sajid Khan sail to the coasts of California decided to raze Los Angeles with a rain of nuclear missiles. American intelligence services are, however, on alert and the Admiralty Majesty instructs the submarine to intercept the enemy and prevent the threat before it happens the irreparable. The mission is entrusted to the Captain William Arlington, who, though fallen foul of a court martial incident spent at sea, has the necessary qualities of courage and determination to handle such situations. Written by IvanWong

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The War on Terror has a New Hero

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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2003 (USA)  »

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Menace sur la Navy  »

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After the minisub had rammed into the Inferno, a shot of the stern of the Manta clearly shows the minisub still attached to the Manta's hull. See more »

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Edited from Agent Red (2000) See more »

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I Should've Seen It Coming
Written by James Lum (BMI)
Performed by James Lum
Published by Big Brain (BMI)
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Tanks are not all that blow on this boat
16 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Calling this movie crap would be doing a disservice to crappy films. This is horrendous. From the very beginning you just know it has no direction and no soul. This is right out of the Chuck Norris school of unbearable, right wing, good v evil machismo movies. This makes Delta Force look like Saving Private Ryan. Illogical and poorly constructed plot, type cast pretty boys with no acting skills (but fit the costume), a hot,tough, woman who shouldn't even be on a submarine (with an even worse bad girl counterpart), bad accents, and models of submarines that looked like a 13 year old built them. This piece of (rhymes with hit) screams direct to video low budget where silk stalkings production value meets ridiculous and inaccurate military "thriller". Boring, dumb, formulaic, nonsensical, idiocy. Oh and great title, Submarines, really well thought out. No amount of weed or alcohol could make this trash watchable. Periscope up, thumbs down.


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