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Erin Marie Hogan
A violent tempest and a set of lightning flashes above the infamous Bermuda Triangle takes out one of Air Force One's engines, and President DeSteno narrowly escapes in his pod. As Chief Trip Oliver and Admiral Linda Hansen's Special Forces team comb the ocean to locate the president before he runs out of oxygen, monstrous tentacles emerge from the bottom of the sea, attacking the ships and everything in sight. Now, modern weapons are completely ineffective against the gigantic adversary, and the clock is ticking. Can they stop the beast from the sea?Written by
I can't imagine Linda Hamilton has burned through her "Terminator" royalties quite so completely as to need to do this drivel.... She is the admiral in charge of an American fleet that is despatched to rescue the president whose Air Force One crashed as it flew over the ocean in the Bermuda Triangle (...cue Barry Manilow...). Trevor Donovan is the hard as nails sailor who has to try and rescue the President's life pod whilst fighting off an huge great mechanical-looking alien with long tentacles... Enough said, really - Donovan can safely say that his acting prowess has not improved a jot since "90210" and the truly woeful script and special effects make this already risible TV movie instantly forgettable.
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