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In this undersea thriller, a United States submarine is seized by terrorists. But a rescue attempt by an elite group of Navy Seals goes wrong when they are captured. Now they must wage a silent war beneath the waves.
Billy Dee Williams,
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Producer/writer/director/actor Silvio Pollio manages to do it all and do it all fairly well in the offbeat comedy that is reminiscent of The Player, with a little Pulp Fiction mixed in.
Pollio is a naive grade Z actor, who is being robbed by his manager Joseph Cortese. Cortese manages to convince him to kill five of his rivals, and Pollio enlists the help of Kimberly Estrada (one of People Magazine's Most Beautiful last year) and Madison Chase to film the job as he does it.
Cameos from familiars like Gary Busey, Rowdy Roddy Piper, and Tom Sizemore. A very promising scene with Tabitha Taylor that could have really made the film, especially if she had gotten in a real cat-fight with Carla Ortiz.
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