When an unknown underwater object disables an American nuclear-powered submarine and attacks a submerged Arctic research complex, a scientific expedition flies to the North Pole to investigate these incidents as well as the sudden, inexplicable rise in temperature that threatens to melt the ice cap and flood the surface of the world.
- Stars:David Keith, Simmone Mackinnon, Mark Sheppard, Sean Whalen, Armando Valdés, Robert Zachar, Richard Gnolfo, Todd Kimsey, Tyrone Pinkham, Jeffrey Rank, D.J. Johnson, Velizar Binev, Anatoly Nechev, Ivaylo Geraskov, Alvin Poteat,
- Director:Phillip J. Roth,
- Writer:Brian Mammett, Jeff Rank, Phillip J. Roth
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Deep Shock torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Jolly romantic romp with added nostalgia for those who actually remember how physical the simple act of typing used to be. Does a brave job in making that mundane activity cinematic enough to be interesting. Period detail in set design and art direction achingly good. Other period details not so accurate. Nobody gave anyone the finger in 1958, not even American typing champions.
(kr) wrote: Excellent if slow build up, epic tale of overlapping loyalties, bravery and betrayal in WW2 Paris, Jews, Muslims, Nazi Gemans, French Resistance and collaborators all together in an epic tale of human survival and principled defiance of evil.
(mx) wrote: dcal, drle, bon....
(br) wrote: This is a funny, charming, and cheezy family film that appeals to the unpopular geek inside us all.
(br) wrote: Why... WHY have I seen this several times?!
(ca) wrote: "Uncle Sam, I'm in Vietnam. It's a jungle, it's a prison."A well acted and very funny low-budget Vietnam movie, that very few people have heard of. A must see if you're a fan of Full Metal Jacket.
(ag) wrote: A 1972 horror movie about witches and starring Tom Selleck. Yes, this was incredibly cheeeesy! It was a hoot being reminded how people dressed back then, and the technology: telephones, cassette players, etc.
(kr) wrote: Superb performance by Katherine Hepburn as Mary, Queen of Scots in this historical tale that firmly portrays Elizabeth I as an evil monarch. A good film but not that memorable despite the occasional flourish from director John Ford.
(fr) wrote: One of Bergman's best. 9/10
(mx) wrote: It's not perfect, but this was a pretty solid movie in both storytelling and acting, and I see almost nothing but crap reviews! I don't think it got the press it should of, because I had never heard of it, and it's Channing/Pacino! Watched it on Starz, and even though I basically guessed the ending, that didn't make the journey any less compelling. So I'm giving this all the stars to balance out the people who didn't pay attention or didn't think it was "real" enough (seemed very plausible to me). I recommend it, but there isn't an ounce of humor in it, no explosions, and it's a gritty drama/suspense film.