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Depth Charge (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
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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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When the Montana launches the missile to some empty ocean area, the missile tube doors shown are not in the configuration they should be. See more »

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Eric Roberts collects another paycheck ......
14 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Generic and dull would best describe this soggy underwater nonsense. A deranged Eric Roberts takes over a nuclear sub with disastrous results for the suffering audience. Technically the plot has more holes than a shot at swiss cheese. The character development would fit on the head of a small pin. Everything is formula driven, with invincible heroes and brainless villains. To make matters worse, you have the confined and claustrophobic endless interior shots. The acting, even by Eric Roberts, is on a level you might see in a high school play. Believe it or not, Eric Roberts has done worse. That's what happens when you are simply collecting another paycheck. - MERK


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