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Underwater deep-sea miners encounter a Soviet wreck and bring back a dangerous cargo to their base on the ocean floor with horrifying results. The crew of the mining base must fight to survive against a genetic mutation that hunts them down one by one.Written by
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In designing the creature of the film, Stan Winston and George P. Cosmatos went through a mini-library of marine life pictures and medical reference books. They were inspired by the physiology of the natural world, and came up with the idea of combining human body parts and elements of deep sea marine life into an unnatural creature never seen on film before. See more »
When Beck orders "Seven" to zoom in on her helmet camera, her camera is seen to noticeably widen its lens aperture. This would not only fail to provide a closer look at her target, but it would also allow more ambient light into the the system, further obscuring any fine details. See more »
[shaking a dead sea spider at Willie]
Look at my foot! This bitch put a goddamn sea monster in my bunk!
How do you know it was her?
It was her, goddammit! What, are you calling me a liar, Beck?
That may be the size of it, bubba.
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Leviathan is one of those underwater scifi-movies wich were made 1989. Abyss was a success with all that fantasy it included, but Leviathan and for example Deepstar six never made it to the stars. It just wasn't the right moment. Leviathan was made with good budget, average actors(Peter Weller, Richard Crenna and so on) and with professional director(George P.Cosmatos, who made wonderful job in Tombstone 1993). So what went wrong? Personally I liked the movie, because it had a good plot, lots of action and little humour there and there. I liked it, let's see if you like it!
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