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Submerged (2000)

R | | Action | 24 October 2000 (USA)
Navy SEALs launch a rescue mission after terrorists plunge a jet carrying a missile-launching computer into the sea.

Director:

Fred Olen Ray (as Ed Raymond)

Writer:

Steve Latshaw
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Coolio ... Jeff Cort
Maxwell Caulfield ... Agent Jim Carpenter
Brent Huff ... Agent Mack Taylor
Nicole Eggert ... Tiffany Stevens
Fredric Lehne ... Richard Layton (as Fredric Lane)
Dennis Weaver ... Buck Stevens
Hannes Jaenicke ... Dr. Kevin Thomas
Fred Williamson ... Captain Masters
Tim Thomerson ... Owen Cantrell
Robert Torti ... Dr. Frank Ewing
Yvette Nipar ... Agent Wendy Robbins
Stacey Travis ... Cindy Kenner
Art Hindle ... Sam
Meredyth Hunt Meredyth Hunt ... Judy Campbell
Michael B. Silver ... Doctor Winslow (as Michael Buchman Silver)
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Navy SEALs launch a rescue mission after terrorists plunge a jet carrying a missile-launching computer into the sea.

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Action

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 October 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Destination: Impact See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color
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Trivia

The plane shown crashing and underwater, right down to the plane settling on a ledge are from Airport '77. The rescue scenes, like pressurizing the air hoses, the burst air bags, the stern of an LST (Naval ship) and the plane sinking are also from Airport '77. See more »

Goofs

The tail logo changes from the one seen at takeoff to the one seen when the plane crashes. Probably due to using Airport '77 footage. Interestingly enough, both movies use Stevens as the bigwig who has the bucks for the plane. See more »

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Edited from Species (1995) See more »

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Edge Of Midnight
Written and Performed by David Wurst
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Stupid Yes.... but still fun!
17 January 2010 | by clark2005See all my reviews

Okay this isn't a great movie, but it is still fun to watch. The effects are bad and the old recycled footage doesn't work. But if you enjoy watching great character actors ham it up on screen, then you can enjoy this movie. Dennis Weaver, Fred Williamson, and the rest of the cast are all fun to watch and turn in good performances. I also enjoyed watching the very weak and predictable plot unfold on screen, because it is clear that no one involved in making this movie was trying to win an Oscar. Relax, turn of your brain and just enjoy it!

If you are like me and enjoy low budget movies then you should enjoy this one.


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