Marine biologist Skylar Shane hires an expat charter boat captain, Jack Bowman, to help her find prehistoric life form samples in the north Sumatran Sea. During the expedition, they run into some of Jack's 'friends', a gang of smugglers headquartered on a fishing platform in the middle of the sea. Tamal, an orphan sold into servitude on the fishing platform by his uncle, a 'Dukun' (sorcerer and master of black magic) shaman, begs Skylar to take him away. She empathizes with the boy, who reminds her of her lost daughter, Rebecca, and is determined to help him, not knowing what lurks beneath the dark inky water, waiting to surface. Ever since Tamal arrived, mysterious things begin to happen, until one by one the smugglers will be killed by the terrifying creature from the deep. In the middle of an eerie, violent storm, the animus inside Tamal grows stronger, calling for the ancient creature of his nightmares...
Writer:San Fu Maltha, John Penney (screenplay), Somtow Sucharitkul, Brian Yuzna (screenplay)
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Janette R (au) wrote: music was better than the first but the plot was lame.
Jon P (br) wrote: Aside from one often-quoted line, this movie is a new low for Ben Stiller and Jack Black, who both have a horrible track record with movies and roles.
Tony L (ru) wrote: Felt as though it was written as a highschool film project.
magic g (au) wrote: The title juz catch my attention that i decided to watch it. Well, despite the overwhelming negative reviews, i personally find it worth watching. It really aint easy to forget someone who you so in love with. Can u understand the feeling?
Michael W (au) wrote: Group of graduating college roomates look to avoid responsibility a bit longer. Not as resonating as it aims to be. Alyssa Milano prominently displayed on the cover but plays only a minor role. A couple amusing cameos.
Melissa D (ru) wrote: lol I remember this movie. I think I liked to watch it in October when I was 12.
Dan B (ca) wrote: Entertaining, but ultimately the plot just doesn't work that well. Eventually my disbelief couldn't suspend any more; it fell down and died.
Performance P (kr) wrote: This is one of the better war movies of the 1960s. The plot tells the story of Colonel Ryan overcoming his critics to help his comrades flee a prison camp between the interlude of Italian captors leaving and the Germans who are coming in to take over. The filmmaking employed by Mark Robson, nominated for best director twice by the Academy, are excellent for the time. The story is of course filled with "gung-ho" moments and anti-German sentiments. However, these do not truly affect the plot too much. Frank Sinatra, Colonel Ryan, as well as Trevor Howard, Major Fincham, both give good performances. This film does a lot of things good but not a lot of things great. Therefore, it makes it good but not memorable like 'The Longest Day' or others.
Rich P (fr) wrote: I'm a big fan of Andy Samburg and Brooklyn 99 is one of my favourite tv shows.. it's consistently funny without having excess swearing or sex to keep it going.. this film was very different and really disappointing .. my Freind started texting his girlfriend after twenty minutes and I struggled to laugh even though I really wanted to, you know a comedy is struggling when you point out that a particular scene is funny.. the penis on the car window scene was revolting and was so unnecessary to the film, I was surprised by previous reviews that were so positive, I think they had an interest in the film and made it sound funnier than it was.Avoid if you want to laugh