A group of heavily armed hijackers board a luxury ocean liner in the South Pacific Ocean to loot it, only to do battle with a series of large-sized, tentacled, man-eating sea creatures who had already invaded the ship.
When Lisa, Jennifer, Stuart, and Bryce are in the police station, the phone rings and noises begin emitting from it. The first names written on the speed dial buttons on the phone, are those of several of the crew members: Joe (Director Joe Chappelle), Deb (Production Designer Deborah Raymond), Dorian (Production Designer Dorian Vernacchio), and Dave (Best Boy Grip David Youngs). See more »
When the body of Deputy Henderson (actor Larry Odien) is found, several empty shell cases are found around his body showing that he had fired at (and presumably hit) whoever or whatever is involved in the missing/killing of the townspeople. The empty shell cases shown are of a "bottle-necked" design. While the Beretta 92 series pistol that the deputy carried is available in several calibers none are of a bottle-neck design. While this type of ammunition IS available in some handguns it's use is far more common in long-guns such as carbines and rifles. See more »
Oh, you've got some guns, ladies? You wouldn't shoot an unarmed man, would you?
[both women cock shotguns and point them at him]
That's a dumb question.
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"Phantoms" has a great concept. The force mankind is dealing with is mysterious and deadly. However, the movie has many problems. One of the problems with the movie is that the characters aren't interesting because we know very little about them. We find out a little about Ben Affleck's, however, making him the only character I found any bit interesting. The scary parts are way too predictable and so is the story itself. We see the big threatening thing that killed all the town at the end of the movie, and we find it ruins the only thing that kept the movie going. This movie should have made more time to know more about the characters and the thing they were fighting than trying lame ways to scare people. In conclusion, good idea;bad movie.
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