Having seized a Soviet nuclear submarine, the terrorist group's general Sajid Khan sail to the coasts of California decided to raze Los Angeles with a rain of nuclear missiles. American ... See full summary »

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David Douglas

Writer:

Kevin Moore
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Ramsey Stephen Ramsey ... Harrison
Robert Miano ... Sajid Kahn
Jim Davidson ... Arlington
Jodi Bianca Wise ... Lieutenant Heather Mitchell
Rufus Dorsey ... Owens
Stefan Shterev Stefan Shterev ... Zhukov
Atanas Srebrev ... Thompson
David Douglas David Douglas ... Grand
Tim Douglas Tim Douglas ... Toledo
Anton Georgiev Anton Georgiev ... Talbot
Chris Salazar Chris Salazar ... Briggs
Charles Bywaters Charles Bywaters ... Barret
George Stanchev George Stanchev ... Simms
Miroslav Kosev Miroslav Kosev ... Russian Captain
Vladimir Kolev Vladimir Kolev ... Env. Officer
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Having seized a Soviet nuclear submarine, the terrorist group's general Sajid Khan sail to the coasts of California decided to raze Los Angeles with a rain of nuclear missiles. American intelligence services are, however, on alert and the Admiralty Majesty instructs the submarine to intercept the enemy and prevent the threat before it happens the irreparable. The mission is entrusted to the Captain William Arlington, who, though fallen foul of a court martial incident spent at sea, has the necessary qualities of courage and determination to handle such situations. Written by IvanWong

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The War on Terror has a New Hero

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Action | Drama | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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After the torpedo strikes near the front of the submarine, the port torpedo tube is exposed, with the forward (outer) door blown away. It would therefore be impossible for crew members in the torpedo room to load a torpedo into that tube, as water would flood in as soon as they opened the inner door. See more »

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Edited from Agent Red (2000) See more »

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I Should've Seen It Coming
Written by James Lum (BMI)
Performed by James Lum
Published by Big Brain (BMI)
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Worst submarine movie ever
11 February 2019 | by amazondzxSee all my reviews

This is, without question, the worst submarine movie that I have ever seen. They didn't even get the basics right. Enlisted men wearing gold dolphins and eating in the wardroom. enlisted and officer uniforms seemed to be interchangeable, officers in dungarees, for example. A Star Trek style sliding door to the conn. Enlisted women as part of the crew, and female officers long before they were ever allowed on submarines. As a submarine veteran, I couldn't get past all of that to pay any attention to the story. It was so bad that I couldn't even finish it. I'm 58, and there has only been one other movie in my lifetime that I didn't watch to the end.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Atacul submarinului See more »

Filming Locations:

Sofia, Bulgaria

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Dolby SR

Color:

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