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Based on the book by Peter Benchley. Benchley was the executive producer of this television adaptation. See more »
Virtually every character, including a renown scientist, refer to the monstrous squid as a giant squid, even after they confirm how big it probably is. But the size of the squid shown in the movie describes a colossal squid, significantly larger than what's called a giant squid. See more »
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The 2 disc DVD release contains the full 2 part 176 minute version. See more »
I first saw the movie in 1997 on TV. I loved the movie. Even though it is a made for TV movie, it was still awesome. They could have made some money in Theaters I'm sure. The Giant Squid is an amazing phenomena in its self. For all you movie lovers of Big Creatures or the unexplained... This ones for you. I would highly recommend watching. It's better than a lot of theatrical movies. Ever since I saw it, I am determined to one day get a big boat & go fishing for one of those Giant Squid. Who knows? It is an interesting movie. I didn't find it boring at all. With a little twist along the way... But you'll have to try & find it somewhere & watch it to find out. It is a hard movie to come across. Anyway, Andrew Hillier from St. John's NL, Canada gives it a Thumbs Up and a recommendation. Peace!
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