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Depth Charge (2008)

Not Rated | | Action, Thriller | TV Movie July 2008
On his final voyage a commandeer aboard a nuclear submarine is making a shocking bid for world peace. With the help of mercenaries he takes over the sub in order to hold Washington D.C. and the world hostage.

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Raymond 'Doc' Ellers
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Cdr. William Krieg
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President Taylor
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James Piersall (as Chris Warren Jr.)
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Katie McCallister (as Bridget Ann White)
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Capt. Brad Richards
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Lieutenant Michaels
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Garrett
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Allenson
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Gerard
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Chang
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Rosen
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Bachman
Yorgo Constantine ...
Andreyev
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Capt. Daniel Lewis
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On his final voyage before being transferred to a desk job, Commander Krieg, a seasoned Naval officer aboard the nuclear submarine USS Montana and overlooked for promotion to captain is making a shocking bid for world peace. With the help of mercenaries,he takes over the sub, its nuclear weapons and experimental stealth technology in order to hold Washington D.C. and the world hostage. Written by Anonymous

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Action | Thriller

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July 2008 (USA)  »

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Alerta Final  »

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The hull number on the hats worn by the Florida crew is SSN-541. The Nautilus, the first nuclear powered submarine had a hull number of SSN-571. Furthermore, the Florida is not an attack submarine, therefore SSN does not apply. It is an SSGN and the hull number is 728. See more »

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USA vs. USA ...
19 February 2012 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

... USA wins... How convenient ;) Once again a mad man threats United States with nuclear threat. There is only one man between the peace and ultimate chaos. What a classic starting positions for a Steven Seagal movie. Wait... This is not Steven Seagal movie. It sounds like Steven Seagal movie and it smells like Steven Seagal movie but it ain't Steven Seagal movie. In this movie Stevens traditional role as lone gunman is acted by Jason Gedrick.

Plot thickens nicely towards the end. But then comes the only thing movie director should be afraid of... premature ejaculation... Afterwards this movie smokes quick cigarette and fells in deep sleep. Wacher can only say it was nice as long as it lasted. Anyways eight stars for the enjoyment as long as it lasted.


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