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Its so bad its ridiculousness. Super Nazi from the 40s on a ship sailing around for 60 years? Everything is just badly done. The whole movie was shot in the dark as if they couldn't afford lighting. It starts off as a terrorist movie and if they stuck to that agenda for the whole flick it would have been better. But no, lets put those evil German Nazi's into the movie, no wait, super Nazi's. Sigh' its always the Germans.
Its an insult to the American Navy, the Nazis's (if you can insult those idiots) and the Arabs alike.
I'm glad I watched this at work while I was meant to be working.
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