When the Russian submarine K-519 sinks in the Pacific, a quirky crew of marine biologists battle a terrorist plot to recover the ultimate weapon of mass destruction. Diving to the deepest ...
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When the Russian submarine K-519 sinks in the Pacific, a quirky crew of marine biologists battle a terrorist plot to recover the ultimate weapon of mass destruction. Diving to the deepest part of the ocean in an untested mini-submersible, a seasick documentary filmmaker and a maniacal sub captain clash as they are forced to choose between saving the ones they love or saving mankind!
I would like my hour and a half of life back now.......PLEASE.
Unlike the previous poster, I decided to sit through the painstaking hour and a half runtime of this flick, only to be overcome by pure emotion.
Apathy, Grief, Utter regret for not believing aforementioned previous poster, and a slight bit of disgust in that I found my self garnishing a laugh, albeit at the god-awfulness of everything this movie encompasses.
At the 6:09 mark, be prepared for the longest 11 minutes and 22 seconds of your life. Ignoring the fact that the entire movie has the same "visual appeal" (EVERY Set/Prop/CGI-comparable to late 90's gaming graphics) at every turn, until its conclusion, alone proves that this movie was conceived by the wrong type of stoner. The music alone? It's as if production said "Hey, we heard you like soundtracks! Here are some musical recordings of a homeless, nine year old frooty loops prodigy, that we bribed with McDonald's." Honestly, I believe every movie should have a chance, but then again... I ultimately made my decision to sit through this film based solely on my impulsive movie knowledge, going, "Oh Hell! It's the guy Batman drops off of a balcony!" aka Eric Roberts. This quickly became my (and probably every future watcher of this movie's...) downfall. All I can say is...SKIP!
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